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Longview By The Numbers

Oct. 27, 2012 at 11 p.m.


Staff writer Jimmy Carter takes a by-the-numbers look at the Longview Lobos' 52-3 win against North Mesquite on Friday.

<strong>9</strong>

Wins and zero losses in homecoming games during coach John King's tenure at Longview. The 49-point margin of victory was the largest in a homecoming game in King's nine seasons, narrowly besting the 45-0 win against Sulphur Springs on Oct. 2, 2009.

<strong>296</strong>

Yards, five touchdowns and one interception on 20 of 32 passing in the last two games for sophomore quarterback Dezmond Chumley, who threw for 108 yards and a career-high four touchdowns in the first half Friday. Longview quarterbacks threw for just 229 yards the three games prior to the Mesquite Horn game.

<strong>22</strong>

Tackles for Chapel Hill transfer Tre Allen through three games, including seven tackles, two tackles-for-loss and a sack on Friday. His seven tackles-for-loss this season are tied-for-second on the team and he has a team-high three sacks despite missing the first five games of the year.

<strong>5</strong>

Interceptions by senior safety Corey Bartley this season, including a career-high three on Friday, one pick short of tying the single-game school record. In addition to leading the team in interceptions, he also leads in tackles (95), passes broken up (12) and blocked kicks (5).

<strong>13</strong>

Tackles registered by senior linebacker Taurean Sheppard, a team-high. Sheppard's 84 tackles this season rank third on the team behind Bartley and senior linebacker DeMarkus Lathan (95).

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