Longview vs. Highland Park

Longview quarterback Jordan Allen looks for running room after keeping the ball during Friday’s November 6, 2020 game against Highland Park. (Les Hassell/News-Journal Photo)


Staff writer Hayden Henry takes a by-the-numbers look at Longview’s 18-13 loss to Highland Park on Friday night at Lobo Stadium:

18: Fewest points that Highland Park has scored since 2016, a span of 54 games.

9: Penalties for the Lobos, the second-highest amount of the season. Longview has been flagged 55 times for 446 yards this season.

40: Total plays for Highland Park. Longview ran 59 plays

38: Total yard advantage for Longview, who out-gained the Scots, 383-345

18: Pass attempts for sophomore quarterback Jordan Allen, a season high

7: Catches for WR Jalen Hale, a season high. Hale has 27 catches for 432 yards and six touchdowns this season.

20: Carries for Markevion Haynes, a season high. Haynes leads the Lobos with 797 yards on 85 carries this season.

2: Carries of 60-plus yards for Haynes in back-to-back games

8: Tackles from Trevor Tamplin, matching Shannon Jackson for a team-high. Tamplin added two tackles for loss and a sack, giving him eight and five on the season, respectively.

28:53: Time of possession for Longview, who had a 5:53 drive and a 7:05 drive, which resulted in a turnover-on-downs and a field goal, respectively

326: Passing yards for Highland Park QB Brayden Schager, a season-high allowed by the Lobo defense this season.

19: Rushing yards for the Scots. The Lobos allow an average of 3.5 yards per carry this season.

100: Straight Lobo games that I’ve covered for the News-Journal