ROCKWALL - Haynes King and Kamden Perry sparked another big night right out of the gate on Friday night at Wilkerson-Sanders Memorial Stadium.
King accounted for five touchdowns overall and Perry hauled in two scores as Longview rolled to a 48-10 win over Rockwall-Heath to move to 7-0 on the season and 3-0 in District 11-6A action.
Perry hauled in a 74-yard touchdown pass on Longview's first snap of the night, sparking a four-touchdown night passing for King, who added a third-quarter touchdown run. Perry finished with four catches for 11 yards.
King turned in a 14-for-21 night passing for 288 yards and touchdown throws on 74, five, two and one yards. His four-yard touchdown run in the third put Longview ahead, 41-10.
Nine receivers hauled in passes for Longview for the second-straight week. Markevion Haynes had a two-yard scoring catch and Kevin Jones hauled in a one-yard pass.
On the ground, the one-two punch of Keilyn Williams and Jessie Anderson finished with 87 and 72 yards, respectively. Both had catches in the win, a 39-yard pass from Williams and a 12-yard haul for Anderson, who had a four-yard score on the ground as well. Longview finished with 191 rushing yards in the win.
Longview found the end zone a lot but the red zone was shaky for the Lobos, who started 0-for-3 on third down conversions to start with all three misses coming inside the Hawk 20-yard line. Longview had three touchdowns on third down and one on fourth down on the night.
The Lobos finished 4-for-9 on third down and 3-for-3 on fourth down.
JK Martin, who didn't punt once, added field goals of 29 yards and 38 yards in the first half.
"Strong start for sure with the stop and the bomb, which we felt like we had a look and we did,"" Longview head coach John King said. "I thought we played well at time and didn't at others.
"I'm a little disappointed with our red zone offense but it was nice to see JK go out there and knock down some field goals. We found a way to get it done and hats off to Heath, they came after us.""
Defensively, the Lobos, using a host of contributors led by a two-sack night from Jaylon Allen, limited Heath (2-6, 1-3) to 61 rushing yards on 27 carries.
The Hawks did find success in the air, finishing with 212 passing yards on a 14-of-20 night from quarterback Jackson Van Bevers, who made it a 21-7 game in the second quarter with a 75-yard touchdown passes to Casey Curtin. The junior receiver finished with eight catches for 148 yards.
Longview defensive backs Tainique Taylor and Jephaniah Lister broke up a pair of big passes, both on third downs.
Heath got a first down to start before punting for the first of three times.
King and Perry connected for the ninth time this season on Longview's first snap on a 74-yard catch-and-run.
Longview had five-straight first downs on the second drive before Anderson converted a fourth and short and the eight, setting up Jones' one-yard touchdown haul for a 14-0 lead.
Anderson had a four-yard run to push that lead to 21-0 before Heath got on the board. The two teams exchanged field goals for a 27-10 Longview lead at halftime.
Kaden Meredith had a 69-yard kickoff return to open the second half and Williams followed with a 21-yard run to the Heath 10. On third down, King and Perry connected for a five-yard score.
Jared Reese recovered a Heath fumble on the next Heath series and the Lobos used 10 plays with three third-down conversions and a fourth-down conversion for a 37-yard drive, capped with King's four-yard run.
King and Haynes, the Sophomore fullback, connected with 8:54 left in the fourth quarter for the 48-10 win.
Longview hosts North Mesquite next while Heath visits Mesquite Horn.