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End Zone Team of the Week: New Deal Lions

Pete and Devin with New Deal players (Source: KCBD Staff) Pete and Devin with New Deal players (Source: KCBD Staff)

The End Zone Team of the Week is the New Deal Lions. With over 700 yards of offense, the Lions beat Sunray 55-34 to move to 4-0. Mark Adams had 7 touchdowns as he amassed 543 yards of total offense in the game.

New Deal’s offense has come to life. After scoring 34 in the first 2 games, they have 111 in the last 2.

Coach Matt Hill, Mark Adams and several other Lions came in studio to talk about their big win.

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