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posted Nov 7, 2013 - 3:10:40pm
On Nov. 1, the University (Orange City) High School Titans football team hosted the Lake Mary Rams at Deltona High School for a District 2 contest.
Although the Titans lost to the undefeated Rams, they are down but not out. The Titans have fought hard this season to prove they are a force to be reckoned with; they did show that, under the direction of head coach Brian Kells and his coaching staff, they will be making a name for themselves soon.
Lake Mary started the game off with strong plays, and University seemed hopeless throughout the first half. Knowing that the Titans were projected to lose by at least 60 points, fans cheered with a little less enthusiasm than normal. The Titans were not happy about the disappointing score and came into the second half fighting, and fighting hard. They managed to put just 13 points on the board, ultimately losing, 48-13, to the Rams.
The Titans have gone head to head with many of the area’s largest teams this season and have yet to be shut out, always managing to put points on the board before the game is over. “We started strong but unfortunately we faded as the season progressed. We are a young team, comprised of mostly junior starters. We look forward to a strong offseason and great things to come next year,” said Kells.
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