The game Friday night between Henryetta and Chandler was one that people will be talking about for seasons to come.
Highlights from the game Friday night

A last-play, no time left pass turned what appeared to be a 30-26 loss into a 34-30 win for the Knights. That gave Henryetta a 2-2 season and put them with their first win in district play.
The Chandler Lions got what appeared to be their game winning touchdown with 52 seconds left in the game but the Knights came back with Steven Slade running the ball out to the HHS 43. 
Knight sophomore Jarret Day passed to Alan Hargis to put the ball into Lion territory. Two incomplete passes later the clock showed only six seconds when Day tossed to Brannon Murphy and he hurled a 30-yard throw to Slade in the end zone for the victory.
moore runHenryetta started off the game with a touchdown by Avery Moore on the third play of the contest. With a two point PAT by Hargis, the Knights led 8-0. Moore added another six to the Henryetta scoreboard with a 43 yard run.
Chandler came back with two touchdowns in the second quarter including a 38-yard interception to pay dirt to lead 15-14 at the half.
The back and forth match continued in the third with Murphy taking a 13 yard pass from Day but Chandler added eight points two minutes later to lead 23-20.
In the fourth, it looked like Henryetta would have a touchdown when Darious Tiger picked off a Chandler pass taking it into the end zone. A penalty against the Knights called it back. After failing to convert a fourth down on the Chandler 23, the ball went over allowing the Lions to pass their way to the Henryetta 38. The HHS defense stiffened up forcing a punt that set the stage for Moore to wind his way 50 yards for a touchdown and a 26-23 lead.
Hopes for a Henryetta win started to dim when the Lions scored from three yards out. With the two-point PAT, Chandler led 30-26.
That's when the Knights attacked. Eating up the clock, the Knights were at the Lions 30 when the winning pass sailed over the goal line.
murphy passCoach Darrin Johnson praised the team pointing out they never gave up even when it appeared a loss was imminent. "These kids showed a lot of heart. They stayed in the game."
Statistically, the Knights dominated the field on offense. Henryetta had 457 offensive yards compared with 253 for the Lions.
The Chandler passing game was one the HHS coaches were concentrating on. Chandler quarterback Mason Myers had devastated several other opponents earlier this season. He completed 14 of 23 Friday night for a total of 183 yards.
For Henryetta, Day was successful with 15 passes out of 30 for 199 yards. He averaged 13.3 yards on each completion. Day has been calling the signals since Bo Adams suffered a broken arm two weeks ago. He found himself scrambling several times as a tough Lions defense got in the way of some passing plays. That resulted in a total of 48 rushing yards for him.
Avery Moore was the leading ground-gainer for the Knights Friday, picking up 209 total with 22 carries. So far this year, Moore has scrambled for 564 yards in 69 carries.
Murphy's game-winning pass was the only one he has thrown this year but he has racked up a total of 226 yards receiving out of 15 catches.
This Thursday night, the Knights will be hosting the Beggs JV.