Dublin quarterback Chris Tetten (3) leaves a pass against De Leon at Pope and Norma Serveto Field on Friday, Aug. 28, 2020. The Lions pulled out in the second half to win 33-7.

Dublin seeks to beat Albanian No. 1 in big football match

Once you get past the big names like Chris Titen and Dalan Raspberry, the Dublin Lions have an inexperienced young squad.

He appeared in the team’s season opener – a 61-23 loss at Fort Worth Christian.

The learning curve won’t get any easier this week with the Lions facing the Albany Lions – Team 1 in Class 2A Division Two – at 7pm on Friday in Dublin.

“They’re always a very good, traditionally very talented team,” said Dublin sophomore coach Greg Hardcastle. “They got an experienced midfielder, and an experienced back….for me, that is the biggest attacker they have been up front that I can remember. It will be a big test for us, a tough match.”

Dublin lost 18 seniors, including 15 rookies, from the 9-4 semi-finalist of Zone II-3A in Division II last year before losing to State Final Gunter 62-20. It was the deepest watershed tour in the school’s history.

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