The Generals then went three-and-out and the play after a 13-yard punt, Webb hauled in a 31-yard touchdown pass from Tyler Brown to put Spring Valley solidly in control.
"To Winfield's credit, they schemed us great," Dingess said. "I think they had the ball for 20 minutes in the first half, we didn't have the football and every time we did, we turned it over.
"I can't say enough about our kids, they didn't quit and they showed a lot of guts."
Even after the haymaker from Spring Valley, Winfield showed some guts as well as a 26-yard pass from Show to Turner cut the Timberwolves' lead down to five early in the fourth quarter.
Winfield then forced Spring Valley's final fumble when it timed a blitz perfectly and hit Brown as he turned around after a play-action fake, giving the Generals the ball on their own 30-yard line.
The Generals took the ball and drove as far as the Spring Valley 41 before the Wolves turned them away. Winfield had one last crack in the final moments but stalled deep in its own territory.
Despite Show's solid night, the Generals mustered just 71 yards on 36 carries, were flagged 11 times for 89 yards with several coming in drive killing situations, and the smaller defensive line seemed to wear down late in the game.
"We gave up a couple of long passes, a couple of long runs that led to four touchdowns," Winfield coach Craig Snyder said. "They're big and physical and they wore on us. I thought we fought them and we're undersized and our kids played tough. We couldn't execute when we really needed to offensively."
Webb led all rushers with 113 yards on 11 carries and Lageman added 53 yards on 12 rushes.
Jacob Lewis led Winfield in both receptions (nine catches for 42 yards) and rushing (seven rushes for 28 yards) while Turner caught six balls for 60 yards.
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