It was a small bit of Homecoming payback as a Bulldogs came behind in a final seconds Friday night for an edge-of-your-seat feat over a Dumas Demons. With usually 20 seconds left; a pass to Plainview using back, Marvin Clayborne was a determining cause of a diversion as a Bulldogs scrambled 13 yards into a finish section to concrete a 39-35 win over a Demons, who final year pulled off a final second win off a Hail Mary pass.
“It felt genuine good to measure that touchdown, though it was a group effort,” pronounced Clayborne after a game.
The Dumas win warranted a Dogs their second uninterrupted win before entering district on Oct. 11 opposite Lubbock High.
Overall it was an descent game, as both teams traded blows by pulsation a round into a finish zone. For Plainview, a Dogs warranted 455 yards of offense with 279 of a yards entrance for a rush and 176 entrance from a pass.
“I’m unapproachable of them, pronounced Bulldog conduct manager Marcos Hinojos, “I don’t feel like we played really good defensively, though offensively they came through, and it’s been awhile given we won a diversion like that.
“It was a sum group effort, and it was a heck of a round game. This diversion was about removing to a subsequent turn and it feels good to win a tighten one like that in a final few seconds. We flog a 3-0 group and a 3-1 team, and we are going into a open week with a certain feeling; if we play a subsequent 5 games like we’ve played a final two, afterwards we can contend we reached a subsequent level.”
“I’m really unapproachable of both sides of a ball,” pronounced Bulldog descent coordinator Ryan Rhoades. “They done a plays that had to be made, and it was a team-win all a way; really unapproachable of everybody on this team, what a approach to step adult and accomplish something really special.”
Early in a initial quarter, Dumas would potentially be a initial to strike as Demon quarterback Rylan Gerber connected with Benton Bilbrey for a 37-yard touchdown in a initial 4 mins of a game; however a holding call brought a touchdown back.
Almost all night, penalties tormented both teams as many large opportunities were killed by yellow flags. With 11 penalties, a Dogs mislaid 83 yards via a diversion while a Demons mislaid 85 yards on 10 calls.
Big hits from Brennen LeFevre, Colmen Townsend and a pouch from Neptally Trujillo and Zach Ponder followed a holding call, forcing a Demons to punt on their initial descent possession.
Deep in their possess territory, a 7-yard run by Bulldog using behind Shirmar Jennings, and a Demon personal tainted call helped changed a Dogs downfield. A few plays later, Jennings continued a impetus with a 32-yard run to Dumas’ 40-yard line. Jennings had another plain diversion Friday rushing for 83 yards on 13 carries via a night.
Plainview quarterback Wes McCutcheon put a Dogs in distinguished position a few plays after with a 23-yard run that landed a Dogs on Dumas’ 17 yard line. McCutcheon’s signature scrambles helped keep Plainview alive via a night as a youth led a group in rushing yards, carrying a round for 120 yards on 15 carries. In a air, McCutcheon finished 9-out-of-12 for 176 flitting yards during a march of a game.
Following another 6-yard run, McCutcheon pennyless giveaway once again for what would have been a 12-yard touchdown with 4:31 left in a initial quarter. But a holding call changed a Dogs behind to square-one on a 22 yard line.
Plainview found emancipation a few plays after as receiver Karson Hembree snagged a pass nearby a sideline to pierce Plainview to Dumas’ 3 yard line. Hembree valid to be a go-to man for a Dogs as a youth picked adult 67 yards on 4 catches.
The following play, Plainview’s energy curtain Daniel Miller muscled his approach into a finish section with a 3-yard touchdown to light adult a residence with 7-0 after a successful PAT from Paxstyn Oldfield. Throughout a night, Miller battered his approach to 81 yards on usually 11 carries.
On a kickoff, large hits from Plainview’s special teams resulted in a Dumas fail that was picked adult by Bulldog Gus Licerio during a 40-yard line. But an off-sides call forced Plainview to re-kick.
Taking over during their possess 36-yard line, Dumas was immediately pressed by a Dogs’ invulnerability as show-stopping hits from Trujillo and Michael Neeley forced Dumas to punt.
Starting a second entertain 30-yard line, a Bulldogs were fast behind on a residence after a 70-yard touchdown pass to a far-reaching open Desmond Vera illuminated adult a residence 13-0 with 11:11 still left in a half.
Even after some punishing hits from Bulldogs defensive, a Demons offense came alive in their subsequent possession as Dumas quarterback Gerber found poignant flitting connectors to receivers Bilbrey and Matthew Clemens.
On a corner of a red section though confronting a fourth down situation, a Bulldog facemask chastisement changed a Demons to initial and idea during a Dogs’ 5 yard line. A 5-yard touchdown run from Josh Diaz capped off a drive, giving Dumas their initial touchdown. A successful flog by Bilbrey done a ballgame 13-7 with a small over 9 mins left in a second quarter.
A few array later, a fumbled punt liberation set adult a Demons during Plainview’s 46 yard line. Gerber connectors with Diaz and Trace Sheldon changed Dumas usually outward of Plainview’s 20 yard line. After a 21-yard touchdown run by using behind Nathan Blackwell was called behind on holding; a Demons finished off a expostulate with a Diaz run to a 3 yard line followed by a 3-yard touchdown run by Tommy Inthirath.
Plainview had a final word of a half, however, as a 20-yard locate from Hembree was followed by a 22-yard touchdown run by Miller with 18 seconds left in a half.
A unsuccessful two-point acclimatisation sent a Dogs to a locker room forward during a half, 19-13.
In a third, an opening 90-yard kickoff lapse touchdown from Dumas’ Bilbrey was called behind on a holding call. But, Dumas eventually found a finish section during their opening expostulate after a 66-yard touchdown run adult a center by Blackwell put a Demons adult 20-19 with 10:33 left in a third.
From that indicate on, it was roughly tit-for-tat for both offenses as both Dumas and Plainview’s invulnerability had difficulty containing a any other’s drives.
In their subsequent possession, pushing runs from Miller and McCutcheon changed a Dogs down a margin before McCutcheon capped off a expostulate with a diving 9-yard touchdown screw to put a Dogs adult 26-20.
In a fourth, confronting a fourth down situation, a Demons were kept alive by an off-sides call, relocating Dumas to a 23 yard line. An 11-yard TD run by Blackwell and a successful PAT put Dumas behind in a diversion 27-20.
Not to be outdone, a 15-yard run by Jennings and a 23-yard locate by Hembree helped set adult a 1-yard touchdown by Miller following an 11-yard run by McCutcheon. A unsuccessful two-point acclimatisation gave a Dogs a 32-27 lead.
With a shutting mins of a diversion circuitous down, prolific runs from Dumas’ Blackwell were finished by a 12-yard touchdown run from Bilbrey. A successful two-point acclimatisation gave a Demons a 35-32 lead.
An concerned throng watched as a Dogs fought a time while catches from Plainview’s Vera and runs from Miller kept a Dogs alive. A 17-yard screw run from McCutcheon changed a Dogs into Demon domain while a 9-yard from Miller set a Dogs during a 13-yard line with usually 20.7 mins left in a game.
On edge, a packaged residence of fans hold their breaths as they watched McCutcheon finish a brief pass to Clayborne. Breaking a tackle, Clayborne sprinted to towards a finish section for a ballistic touchdown to give a Dogs a 35-39 lead after a successful extra-point flog by Oldfield.
Just like 2011, a Demons had 15.3 seconds left for a quip as they set adult in a shotgun for a probable Hail Mary. However, any chances for a re-run from 2011 where shot down by Plainview’s Tony Phan, who snagged an interception to finish a game.
“When a diversion was on a line, they executed,” Rhoades said. “It doesn’t matter what offense you’re running, if we have kids that are going to govern when a diversion is on a line, afterwards you’re going to have a good possibility to be a successful team, and these kids did a good pursuit of doing that.
“We still have room for tons of alleviation and a kids know that and they’re inspired to get better, and that is a sparkling thing.”
With a well-deserved win, Plainview moves to 2-3 streamer into a bye week. The Dogs re-enter movement a following week with a start of district as they transport to Lubbock High for a Thursday night diversion opposite a Westerners.
Plainview 39, Dumas 35
1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Dumas 0 13 7 15 35
Plainview 7 12 7 13 39
FIRST DOWN 23 24
RUSHES / YARDS (NET) 42/279 31/258
PASSING YARDS (NET) 176 136
Passes Att/Comp/Int 12/9/0 22/10/1
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS/YARDS 54 / 455 53 / 394
Fumble Returns / Yards 0 / 0 0 / 0
Punt Returns / Yards 1 / 2 0 / 0
Kickoff Returns / Yards 6 / 99 7 / 104
Interception Returns /Yards 1 / 6 0 / 0
Punts (Number/Avg) 3 / 30 4 / 42
Fumbles / Lost 2 / 1 0 / 0
Penalties / Yards 11 / 83 10 / 85
Possession Time 21:36 24:46
Sacks By: Number/Yards 1 / 4 0 / 0
Plv— Daniel MILLER Carries(Hand Off) TOUCHDOWN, time 02:37 5 yds PAT Kick by Paxtyn OLDFIELD GOOD.
Plv— Wes MCCUTCHEON Passes to Desmond VERA COMPLETE TOUCHDOWN, time 11:11 70 yds PAT Kick by Paxtyn OLDFIELD NO Good
Dumas— Josh Diaz Carries(Hand Off) TOUCHDOWN, time 09:23 5 yds PAT Kick by Benton Bilbrey GOOD.
Dumas— Tommy Inthirath Carries(Hand Off) TOUCHDOWN, time 01:40 3 yds PAT Kick no good
Plv— Daniel MILLER Carries(Hand Off) TOUCHDOWN, time 00:18 22 yds PAT Pass from Wes MCCUTCHEON to Lorenzo CORDERO NO Good.
Dumas— Nathan Blackwell Carries(Hand Off) TOUCHDOWN, time 10:33 66 yds PAT Kick by Unknown GOOD.
Plv— Wes MCCUTCHEON Carries(Hand Off) TOUCHDOWN, time 06:02 9 yds PAT Kick by Paxtyn OLDFIELD GOOD.
Dumas— Nathan Blackwell Carries(Hand Off) TOUCHDOWN, time 09:03 11 yds PAT Kick by Unknown GOOD.
Plv— Daniel MILLER Carries(Hand Off) TOUCHDOWN, time 05:34 1 yds PAT Run by Daniel MILLER NO Good
Dumas —Rylan Gerber Passes to Benton Bilbrey COMPLETE TOUCHDOWN, time 01:53 17 yds PAT Run by Tommy Inthirath GOOD.
Plv— Wes MCCUTCHEON Passes to Marvin CLAYBORNE COMPLETE TOUCHDOWN, time 00:15 13 yds PAT Kick by Paxtyn OLDFIELD GOOD.
RUSHING(Att / Yards):
Dumas —Nathan Blackwell 11 / 165; Josh Diaz 12 / 47; Rylan Gerber 5 / 25; Nathan Thomas 2 / 18; Tommy Inthirath 1 / 3
Plainview —Wes McCutcheon 15 / 116; Daniel Miller 11 / 81; Shirmar Jennings 13 / 74; Zack Ponder 1 / 5; Marvin Clayborne 2 / 3
Dumas— Rylan Gerber 10/22/1/136
Plainview —Wes McCutcheon 9/12/0/176
RECEIVING(No / Yard):
Dumas— Benton Bilbrey 3 / 52; Matt Clemens 3 / 46; Josh Diaz 2 / 20; Trace Sheldon; 1 / 10; Nathan Thomas 1 / 8
Plainview —Desmond Vera 2 / 82 ; Karson Hembree 4 / 67; Marvin Clayborne 1 / 13; Kevon Crump 1 / 7; Lorenzo Cordero 1 / 7