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By Don Ogle 

Warriors open season against Lions


Don Ogle / Sun-Telegraph Editor

Leyton's Zach Hellie (11) runs for open field after receiving a handoff from quarterback Kort Dye (5), getting a block from Skylar Meier (75) on the way against Morrill.

After playing nearly even with Wauneta-Palisade after a half of eight-man football Friday afternoon, untimely errors allowed the visiting Lions a lead the Warriors were unable to overcome in a 19-14 loss.

Wauneta-Palisade led just 7-6 at the halftime break, but came out with a pair of interceptions that halted Leyton drives before they got to midfield. The Lions converted both interceptions of Leyton quarterback Kort Dye for touchdowns to take a 19-4 lead early in the fourth quarter.

But Dye and the Warriors didn't let the miscues dash their hopes. Dye atoned for the interceptions when, fol...

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