LONGVIEW - The Longview Lobos scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns in a come-from-behind win over inspired Bishop Lynch here Friday night, 24-19.
The Friars held a 2-point lead going into the final quarter before the Lobos turned up the pressure.
Jimmy Hill put Longview ahead in the opening quarter on a 25-yard field goal. But the Friars struck right back and sent Jack Coneff over from the 1 to finish a 45-yard march.
The Lobos pushed ahead early in the second when Ronnie Davis rifled a pass to Joe Jordan on a play covering 66 yards.
Early in the fourth, Coneff scored from the 2 to wind up a 49-yard drive and put the Friars back out front, 12-10.
Then the Lobos ignited their rally and sent Rodney Cox on a 48-yard gallop and Miles Northcutt on a 9-yard run for touchdowns.
The Friars scored again with a minute left on a short pas from Philip Shotland to Tom Kottwitz.