LONGVIEW -- Shamori Ivory ran for 155 yards and two touchdowns, and Hughes Springs withstood a late Spring Hill rally for a 42-35 victory Friday night.

Spring Hill (0-5), which is still searching for its first win of 2015, got four touchdowns from sophomore Zach Tulpa. Tulpa finished with 71 yards on 19 carries.

Gabe DuBose added 106 yards and a touchdown for Hughes Springs (4-1).

Cameron Castleberry filled in at quarterback for Spring Hill and rushed for 162 yards, including a 37-yard touchdown.

Hughes Springs led by as much as 34-13 at halftime, only to see Tulpa and the Panthers rally back. Spring Hill scored 22 of the game's final 30 points, but the onside kick after Tulpa's final touchdown was recovered by the Mustangs and the victory was sealed.

Malik Chism scored three touchdowns in the first half for Hughes Springs.