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Longview vs. Lufkin: by the numbers

By Hayden Henry
Sept. 21, 2013 at 10 p.m.


Staff writer Hayden Henry takes a by-the-numbers look at Longview's 55-30 win over Lufkin on Friday.

<h3>7.7</h3>

Yards per carry for junior JaMycal Hasty. Through four games, Hasty has 713yards and six touchdowns. His 68-yard touchdown against Lufkin was the longest of the season.

<h3>85</h3>

Most points scored between the two teams in 74 meetings dating back to 1932. Longview's 55 points is the second highest in the showdowns, second to a 62-0 shutout in 1958. The Lobos' win ties the series at 35-35-4 overall.

<h3>8:03</h3>

Time on Lufkin's opening drive of the contest, covering 71 yards on 18 plays, resulting in a 31-yard field goal.

<h3>17.1</h3>

Yards per completion for Lobo quarterback Dezmond Chumley. The junior has 672 yards and seven passing touchdowns on the season.

<h3>27</h3>

Yards per catch for Lufkin's KeKe Coutee in the loss, including a pair of touchdown catches. The Texas commit has 449 yards on 32 catches and five touchdowns on the season.

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