Once the Lions were able to hang on to the ball they had a big time, scoring 27 second-half points to gain a road victory.
“We played as a team, the assistant coaches did a great job,” said King head coach Alvin Davis.
King was up 7-6 at the break thanks to three lost fumbles. But in the second half the Lions imposed their will and broke four plays of at least 50 yards.
The Lions scored on a one- and two-play drive in the second half.
“They just wore us down,” said Freedom coach Todd Donahoe.