LONGVIEW – A’Darius Carter scored five rushing touchdowns and Longview pulled away in the second half in a 54-26 win over Tyler Lee in District 11-6A action on Friday night at Lobo Stadium.

Both teams started the season at 3-0 before both fell in their respective district openers a week ago.

Carter accounted for Longview’s first five offensive touchdowns on runs of five, nine, 38 and two, two-yard scores as the Lobos pulled away from Lee (3-2, 0-2) after leading 19-13 at halftime.

Keilyn Williams finished with 99 yards, including scoring runs of five and 10 yards. Jaquan Edwards totaled 97 yards and Carter 95 on nine carries.

Tyler Lee quarterback and Houston commit Chance Amie finished with 37 rushing yards, including a four-yard score. Amie went 15-for-29 for 148 yards and a touchdown through the air for the Red Raiders.

Lee's Kameron Ross had a passing touchdown as well coming on a double pass to Lanthony Simmons for 41 yards.

Nickalous McGrew had a 76-yard scoop and score touchdown defensively for Tyler Lee.

Carter opened the night for Longview with a two-yard score for a 7-0 Lobo lead after the first quarter.

Lee tied things up early in the second quarter when Amie called his own number on a four-yard run.

It was Carter again on the next possession, rumbling 38 yards to paydirt to put Longview ahead again, 14-7.

Lee looked to tie things up inside the final minute of the opening half with a trick pass to a wide open Simmons. Longview’s Jalen Carr then took a bad snap on the point-after attempt and returned it for two points and a 16-13 Lobos lead. Chris Kessler made that lead 19-13 at halftime with a 46-yard field goal.

The Lobos opened up a 33-13 lead in the third quarter on two more scores from Carter.