Alan Perry’s 1-yard touchdown pass to Zach Carpenter followed by a 2-point conversion pass to Tyler Bullard lifted the Seymour Owls to a 36-35 homecoming win against Floyd Central at Bulleit Stadium on Friday night.

That 15-play drive followed a 27-yard TD for the Highlanders that put them on top 35-28.

Both teams scored one touchdown in the third period, with Perry scoring on a 4-yard run.

The first half was filled with big plays, beginning with the opening kickoff return.

Evens Cribs received the kickoff at the 10-yard line, and he handed off to Nathan O’Mara, who carried the ball to the FC 25-yard line.

Five plays later Alan Perry passed 8-yards to Jackson Morris for a touchdown, but the Owls missed the PAT.

The Highlanders came right back on a 64-yard pass from Matt Weimer to Trevor Clark for a TD.

A pass interception set up a FC field goal, and the Highlanders used another long pass lager in the opening period for a TD and a 16-6 lead.

The Owls scored twice in the second period, on a 12-yard run by Perry at 11:52, and a 1-yard quarterback sneak at 1:49.

The Highlanders scored on a 3-yard pass from Weimer to Clark at 5:48.

The Owls missed an excellent scoring opportunity late in the third period when they had the ball first and goal at the 1-yard line. Seymour had minus yardage on three rushing plays and threw an incomplete pass.

Morris had an excellent night receiving the ball with 11 catches for 156 yards.

Perry finished 19 of 30 on passes for 285 yards.

The Owls are 1-3 for the season and 1-2 in the Hoosier Hills Conference.

On Friday, Seymour travels to Bedford North Lawrence for another HHC contest.