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Cisco Loboes Win Their First Ever State Championship

The Cisco Loboes are state champions after knocking off Refugio in the Class 2A Div. II title game on Thursday night.
The Cisco Loboes would be looking to capture their first ever state championship this evening, but in order to do that they would have to get past the team that beat them in the 2011 championship game, the Refugio Bobcats.

With the game tied a seven, Cisco quarterback Colton Kent scored on a quarterback keeper to put the Loboes up 14 to 7.

Refugio would tie the game at 14, but then Kent aired it out to receiver Kotie Hoover, who took it the rest of the way for the touchdown. That put the Loboes up 21 to 14.

Cisco would score again, but Refugio would answer when Isaiah Perez scored on a rushing touchdown. That cut the Loboes lead down to seven, and Cisco would lead 28 to 21 at the half.

In the third quarter, Cisco scored right away when Colton Kent scrambled for a long touchdown. That increased the lead to 14.

After the Loboes recovered an onside kick, Colton Kent threw it deep to Mason Reed, who took it in for the score. That gave Cisco a 42 to 21 lead.

Refugio would score again to close the gap, but the Loboes would march down the field, and Landen Lewis would carry it in for the touchdown that would seal the game as the Loboes go on to win the game 56 to 36, and capture their first ever state championship.
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