DAVIS — As it is often said, the more things change, the more they stay the same.

DAVIS — As it is often said, the more things change, the more they stay the same.

While the Davis Wolves might have had a new coach not named Webber leading them for the first time in more than 20 years Friday night, the results were still the same.

New head coach Greg Parker was able to enjoy his home debut at Wolf Field as Davis held off a stubborn Lone Grove challenge for a 44-36 victory in double overtime. 

Lone Grove took the lead early in the first quarter at the 11:41 mark when Colton Jones found Gavin Peery for a 21-yard touchdown. The attempted two-point conversion was no good.

Just over seven minutes later, Davis tied the game when Jared Brown scored from one yard out, before the ensuing extra point was missed.

With 1:04 left in the first quarter, the Wolves got their first lead of the evening when Cole Martin pushed his way in for a three-yard touchdown, giving Davis a 13-6 lead after the extra point from Devon Gregg.

But the Longhorns came back with a response in the second quarter as Jones found Peery again, this time for 35-yards, putting Lone Grove within one at 13-12.

Davis though had a rebuttal of its own in the form of Dakota Coberly, who dashed 68 yards for a touchdown to put the Wolves up 19-12. Trey Parker would add the two-point conversion to make it a 21-12 game with 3:59 left before halftime.

However, before the teams went into their locker rooms, the Longhorns got a boost of momentum.

Jones picked up his third touchdown pass of the night when he found Malik Brown for 28-yards, before Michael Ramsey converted the two-point conversion, making it a 21-20 contest at the break.

Following a scoreless third quarter, Lone Grove managed to take the lead early in the fourth quarter.

Ramsey was able to run in a 10-yard touchdown, before Jones found Peery for the two-point conversion to make it a 28-21 score.

However with just over six minutes remaining in regulation, the Wolves tied the game thanks to Gregg scoring from three yards out as well as adding the extra point.

In the extra session, Lone Grove struck first when Jones got his fourth touchdown pass of the night, this one going to David Kelly for 15-yards. Ramsey scored the two-point conversion to make it a 36-28 contest. 

Davis sent the game to a second overtime when Coberly ran his way for a 20-yard touchdown, before Cooper Webb converted the two-point conversion.

Jared Brown would provide what turned out to be the game-winning touchdown for the Wolves when he scored from one-yard out in the second overtime, before converting the two-point conversion.

Jones finished his evening going 14-of-26 passing for 183 yards with four touchdowns and one interception.

Ramsey was the leading rusher for the Longhorns with 38 yards on seven carries, while Cooper Robinson finished with 11 carries for 36 yards.

Coberly was the leading rusher for the Wolves, finishing with seven carries for 118 yards with Gregg going for 81 yards on 14 carries.

Davis (1-0) is on the road at 7:30 p.m. Friday night for the Battle of the Arbuckles game against Sulphur, while Lone Grove (0-2) will host Madill at the same time.