Last Friday night at Ram Stadium, Strawn passed for 291 yards, rushed 180 yards on 29 carries and still fell short of winning the Six Man Division II quarterfinals game against Newcastle. Extra points proved to be huge in the final 64-62 score. The Greyhounds ended their year with a 10-3 record as the Bobcats advance to 11-3. Newcastle will face Milford, in Glen Rose, at 7 p.m. tomorrow, Saturday. Strawn sophomore Coletyn King led the Greyhounds scoring. Crossing the goal line a total of six times, King threw the other two touchdown receptions made by Ross Alison. Tyler Mays, Newcastle's quarterback, was the backbone of the Bobcats' offense. Mays ran for four touchdowns, threw for two and kicked 10 PAT points. Strawn lit up the scoreboard first. Harrison Nowak connected with Marcus Lopez for a 37-yard reception setting up a 3-yard scoring run by King. Jacob Trujillo added the PAT. Mays scored six for Newcastle, running in from the 8. The first quarter ended with King scoring twice more for Strawn. The Greyhounds were on third and 8 when Nowak hit Abram Jaramillo for a 32-yard reception setting up King's 3-yard touchdown. King then scored on a 44-yard pass reception from Nowak to end the quarter up 24-6. The Bobcats' offense dominated the second quarter, opening with back-to-back scores. With less than a minute in, Newcastle recovered a Strawn fumble and Mays connected with Nathan Wilson for a 37-yard score. After intercepting a pass intended for King, Bobcat H.R. Shields ran in from the 21. Mays added one PAT, closing the gap to 24-20. King's 55-yard score was Strawn's only touchdown of the quarter. Newcastle's Ryan Hardin found the end-zone from 55-yards out as the half-time buzzer sounded. Strawn's 2-point lead vanished as the Bobcats opened up the second half with Mays scoring from the 23. The added PAT put Newcastle up 36-30. The Newcastle offense scored 22 to Strawn's 16 points in the third quarter. King connected with Alison for a Greyhound 29-yard touchdown with 7:10 left in the third quarter. Trujillo kicked the PAT. Six plays later, Mays scored from the 14, then watched as Greyhound Xavier Olivio blocked his PAT. Strawn's next drive was capped with King taking the ball at the 17. As the Bobcats closed in, Nowak came up and laid a key block on Hardin at the 3 allowing King the score. Trujillo's kick was good. Shields ended the quarter on a 5-yard run and, this time, Mays hit the uprights. Strawn trailed 50-46 going into the final 10 minutes.