The Lubbock high Westerners broke their 37 year playoff drought Thursday night against Amarillo High.
They were trying to break their 38 game losing streak to the 15th ranked Sandies.
Lubbock High won the coin toss, But went three and out on their first possession.
Then on Amarillo high's second play of game, Josh Woods made some nice cuts, got some blocks blocks and took it 47 yards to the house making it 7-0 Amarillo.
After another Lubbock punt, Amarillo had a 4th and 2 at the Westerners 11, but The Westerner Defense held.
Then After a Lubbock Punt the Sandies moved downfield to the 15, where Gabe Rodriguez found Ryan Sluder for the 14-0 Amarillo Lead.
On the next series, Lubbock had a 4th and 2 at their 33, and failed to convert when they went for it.
Amarillo took over, and on first play of 2nd quarter Rodriguez punched it in from one yard out.
So a rough night for the Westerners as their season comes to an end with a 57-14 loss to the Sandies.
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