Earthquake Forces Lions to Postpone Football Opener

The Louisa football team has been forced to postpone Friday's season opener at Eastern View.

Athletic director Mike Parsons said Wednesday that the Lions haven't been able to practice since Tuesday's earthquake, because they can't get access to their equipment.

The game has not yet been rescheduled.

The Lions hope to kick off their season at home on September 2 against Orange as scheduled, Parsons said. But the school plans to inspect the structural integrity of the football stadium following the earthquake.


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