Lobos Bring Down Longhorns

A charging Longhorn, also known as Westin Gibson roars around the end and makes a sizable gain despite the Snowflake Lobos quickness when pursuing the ball. The Snowflake Lobos won 14-7 but were unable to mount a strong game in the second half due to the Longhorn determination to hold them at bay.

A charging Longhorn, also known as Westin Gibson roars around the end and makes a sizable gain despite the Snowflake Lobos quickness when pursuing the ball. The Snowflake Lobos won 14-7 but were unable to mount a strong game in the second half due to the Longhorn determination to hold them at bay. Photo by Andy Towle. |

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On the first play from scrimmage Friday evening, Longhorn tailback Payson Herring broke off a 60-yard scoring run that coupled with the conversion kick gave Payson High School a 7-0 lead over East region rival Snowflake.

But that was all the scoring the Longhorns could muster as the visiting Lobos edged out a 14-7 victory.

Using a no-huddle offense, the Lobos were able to carve out nice sized chunks of yardage but the Horn defense and penalties thwarted several scoring opportunities.

After Herring’s opening TD dart, the Lobo defense keyed on him the remainder of the game keeping the elusive scatback mostly in check.

The loss drops the Horns to 4-2 on the year and 2-1 in the East title chase. See the Oct. 5 edition of The Payson Roundup for complete game details

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