Staff writer Hayden Henry takes a by-the-numbers look at Longview’s 42-35 win over Rockwall in the District 11-6A opener on Friday night in Rockwall:

186: Rushing yards for running back Keilyn Williams, a career high and Williams’ seventh career 100-yard game. Williams, who also caught two passes for 31 yards, averaged 8 yards per carry.

119: Receiving yards for Kamden Perry with two touchdowns, giving him 33 catches for 636 yards and seven touchdowns on the season. Perry finished with 46 catches for 661 yards and four touchdowns in 2017.

19: Plays for Rockwall in the second half. Longview had 42 snaps in the final 24 minutes.

8: Tackles for safety Jacob Johnson — a season high — in Longview’s eighth-straight win over Rockwall.

2: Turnover on downs forced by the Lobo defense, giving them seven on the season.

50: Point differential in the fourth quarter this season for Longview, which has outscored opponents 57-7. The Lobos have out-scored opponents 123-50 in the second half and 234-118 as a whole.

99: Pass attempts without an interception for quarterback Haynes King, who had 98 passes between interceptions as a sophomore in the 2017 season.

13: Wins from Longview in district openers under head coach John King, who is 79-6 in district games.

 

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