Struggles in nearly every phase of the game doomed the Lehman Lobos in a 52-7 loss to the state-ranked Westlake Chaparrals Friday.
All told, the Lobos were limited to only 86 total yards of offense, including only one yard passing.
Westlake (5-0, 3-0) sped out to a 42-0 halftime lead spearheaded by a trio of touchdown passes by Chaparral quarterback Kirkland Michaux, who went 6 of 7 for 129 yards before he was pulled in the first frame.
The Chaps added 10 more points in the second half to build a 52-0 lead before the Lobos orchestrated a late-game response.
A two-yard fourth quarter touchdown run by Lehman (1-3, 0-2) running back Keyshaun Williams capped off an eight-play, 76-yard drive that took just under four minutes to complete.
Williams led the team with 60 yards rushing on 15 carries and a score. Lobo quarterback Logan Travis rushed for 19 yards on eight carries, while also going 2 of 11 for one yard passing. Lobo running back Kanui Guidry finished with six yards rushing on 10 carries.
Westlake amassed 440 total yards in the contest, 255 of those yards through the air. Chap running back Grey Nakfoor ran for 88 yards on seven carries and two scores, while running back Cade Klubnik finished with 55 yards rushing and two touchdowns.
On the defensive side, Lobo Spencer Winn led the team with five solo tackles, while Jaidyn Brown had four. Lobo defensive back Davian Gil scored an interception in the contest.
Lobo punter Marshall Dukett had seven punts for 174 yards.
Lehman hosts Lake Travis at home Friday at 7:30 p.m., followed by a road test against Del Valle Oct. 11. Lehman takes on Hays Oct. 18.