Eight teams hit the field on Monday for the first week of the Longview Area 7-on-7 League.

Longview fielded two teams and the Lobos were joined Pine Tree, Spring Hill, Hallsville, Alto, New Diana and Sabine.

Check out the video above for highlights from Longview A vs. Spring Hill in Monday's opener.

After a back-and-forth shootout in the early goings, the Lobos pulled away for a 32-18 win over the Panthers, who qualified for the Texas State 7-on-7 Division II Tournament in College Station this past weekend.

Here are some notes from the opener:

Longview quarterback Haynes King connected with junior running back Kaden Meredith for a long touchdown on the first snap of the night.

Spring Hill quarterback Gage White, who picked up an offer from Texas Wesleyan on Monday night, responded with a quick score of their own on a long pass to sophomore Jay Rockwell on the Panthers' first snap. Rockwell was a steady target for White throughout the night.

Meredith had a big catch on third down to set up a King touchdown pass to JD Williams, who landed an offer from Louisiana College on Monday.

Then, White connected with Tyrese Jones, another steady target throughout, for a quick score to trim Longview's lead to 14-12.

The quarterback dual continued with King hitting Kaden Kearbey down the sidelines which was followed by another White to Rockwell connection on third down for a 20-18 game.

Lobo tight end Jhailon Braden had a long catch-and-run to set up a Keith Halton touchdown catch before the Lobo defense got its first stop of the night. Patrick Webb had an interception on a two-point attempt.

The Lobos closed out scoring when King hit Phillip Washington for a touchdown. Spring Hill's Zach Henry denied the extra-point attempt.

Longview then closed out the night with a second turnover on downs.

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Hayden Henry is the beat writer for the Longview Lobos and covers sports throughout East Texas.