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LONGVIEW VS LUFKIN
TEAMS
1ST
2ND
3RD
4TH
FINAL
LONGVIEW
0
10
11
14
35
LUFKIN
7
7
7
7
28
INFORMATION
Lobo Stadium
Longview, Texas
Friday, August 31st, 2018
Non-District
SCORING SUMMARY
TEAM
QUARTER
PLAYER
YARDS
TYPE
Lufkin
1st
Ja'Lynn Polk
49
Pass
Longview
2nd
Keilyn Williams
1
Run
Longview
2nd
JK Martin
41
Field Goal
Lufkin
2nd
Jerrin Thompson
4
Run
Longview
3rd
JK Martin
37
Field Goal
Lufkin
3rd
Torrance Agnes
9
Pass
Longview
2nd
Keilyn Williams
14
Run (Two Points)
Lufkin
4th
Titan Williams
22
Pass
Longview
4th
Kamden Perry
16
Pass
Longview
4th
Kaden Kearbey
44
Pass
AUDIO HIGHLIGHTS
HIGHLIGHTS
POST GAME
GAME STATISTICS
STATISTIC
LONGVIEW
LUFKIN
First Downs
16
14
Rushing Yards
130
154
Passing Yards
235
176
Passes
16-24-0
13-21-1
Punts
2-25.0
3-36.3
Fumbles/Lost
2-1
3-2
Penalties
4-20
6-26
LONGVIEW TAKES 35-28 THRILLER OVER PACK
LONGVIEW - A long last-minute touchdown pass followed by an interception a few plays later.

Sound familiar?

Haynes King put up the go-ahead touchdown to Kaden Kearby with 1:21 left and two plays later Tainique Taylor pulled down what would be the game-winning interception as Longview took a 35-28 win over Lufkin in another classic meeting between the two rivals on Friday at Lobo Stadium.

It was a similar ending to the last time the two teams met a year ago in meeting No. 81 in the storied series in the state quarterfinals where Longview took a 33-32 win over the Panthers.

King sealed the Lobo win with a 23-yard completion on third down to Kamden Perry, who turned in a career night for the Lobos in the back-and-forth instant classic.

Perry finished with a career-high 12 catches for 145 yards and a touchdown for the Lobos, who totaled 352 yards on the night. Kearbey’s first career touchdown capped a three-catch, 61-yard night for the junior.

King finished 16-of-23 passing for 222 yards with two touchdown passes and no interceptions.

On the ground, Longview finished with 130 yards, led by a 64-yard, two-touchdown night from Keilyn Williams. Jessie Anderson brought the truck stick throughout, finishing with 41 hard-nose yards to go with a 16-yard reception.

JK Martin finished two-for-two on field goal attempts, connecting on kicks of 41 and 37 yards for Longview, which takes a 41-37-4 series advantage and moves to 64-5 at Lobo Stadium under head coach John King.

Defensively for the Lobos, Sawyer Goram-Welch forced a fumble that was recovered by Jaylon Allen. Linebacker Ja’Vontae Writt was steady throughout.

Lufkin, behind sophomore quarterback Jordan Moore, finished with 330 total yards — 176 passing and 154 rushing. The Panthers, who led 21-13 late in the third quarter, feasted on third down, finishing 10-of-17.

The final third down attempt for the Panthers, however, resulted in Taylor’s third career interception.

Lufkin marched 70 yards on six plays on the opening drive and took a 7-0 lead on Moore’s 49-yard, catch-and-run touchdown to Jaylynn Polk, who finished with six catches for 117 yards.

Longview tied things up on its second possession, a 12-play, 66-yard drive capped with Williams’ first touchdown run.

A muffed punt gave Lufkin new life before Goram-Welch’s hit and fumble recovery led to Martin’s 41-yard kick to give Longview a 10-7 lead, the last one the Lobos would hold until the 1:21 mark of the fourth quarter.

Lufkin seized momentum at the break on a fake field goal touchdown from Jerrin Thompson.

Longview outscored Lufkin 11-7 in the third quarter on Martin’s second kick and Williams’ second touchdown run, which was followed by a two-point conversion from King to Perry.

Lufkin converted three third downs and one fourth down to open the fourth quarter for a 28-21 lead.

After a second big kickoff return from sophomore Kaden Meredith, who had a 51-yard return earlier in the game, King and Perry connected again on a 16-yard score.

Jharyn Jackson recovered a Lufkin fumble on third down, setting up the Lobos at midfield.

After a six-yard run, King took a big hit on the throw but Kearbey made a play on the the ball for a 44-yard, go-ahead touchdown.

Taylor followed with his interception before Longview, with a little third-down magic of their own, sealed it on King and Perry’s 12th and final connection.

Longview visits Marshall next while Lufkin takes on Nacogdoches.