LONGVIEW – Kendrevian White’s third touchdown of the night sealed Longview’s 36-29 win over Rockwall on Friday night at Lobo Stadium.

Up until that point, it was anyone’s ballgame in a District 11-6A clash.

Rockwall’s Allison Strange punched in his fourth touchdown of the night midway through the fourth quarter to make it a one-point game in favor of the host Lobos, who, with the win, moved to 5-1 on the season and 3-0 in league play.

After the go-ahead touchdown from White, Rockwall followed up with a drive before the Lobos defense forced a turnover on downs, sending Longview ahead unblemished in 11-6A play.

White had three touchdowns, but D’Crayvan Polk rushed for 155 yards and hauled in three passes with a touchdown to lead the way for the Lobos. Quarterback Gaylon Wiley tossed for 130 yards with a scoring strike to Ke’Andre Mauldin, who also had an interception. Traveion Webster also pulled down a pick for the Lobos defense, who held Rockwall to eight total points in the second half.

The two teams exchanged touchdowns throughout the first half for a 21-21 deadlock at intermission.

Following Mauldin’s second-half pick, the Rockwall defense stuffed the Lobos offense in the shadows of the goal for a turnover on downs.

Longview followed with a safety to go up 23-21.

Rockwall followed White’s second touchdown with a long drive and connected on the two-point conversion to make it a one-point affair halfway through the fourth quarter.

After a Lobo fumble, Longview’s defense delivered a three-and-out. White responded with a long touchdown run to put Longview ahead by a score, 36-29.

Rockwall went on a march but was stuffed for another turnover on downs.