West Port and Ocoee nearly broke the scoreboard on Friday night.

In the end, a 77-67 win by Ocoee over the Wolf Pack is believed to be the second-highest scoring game in state history behind only the 2013 playoff game between Clay and Bishop Kenny, which produced 147 points in a 74-73 win for Clay.

Brian Maurer led West Port's offense to 876 yards and 39 first downs.

Maurer went 34-for-53 for 513 yards and three touchdown passes and added 195 yards rushing and three more scores on 15 carries.

Aside from Maurer, the Wolf Pack ran for 363 yards on 42 carries.

Ocoee finished the game with 605 yards of offense and 22 first downs.

The Knights led 28-6 after a quarter of play, as they took advantage of three turnovers by the Wolf Pack.

Ocoee got a 90-yard interception return by Tavion Wood during the opening quarter that lasted 50 minutes and came on the heels of the officials arriving late due to an auto accident, which delayed the start of the homecoming contest by an hour.

Maurer threw 22 times in the first quarter and passed for 154 yards, as the Wolf Pack kept trying to battle back.

From there, West Port was able to get the offense going, but couldn't stop Ocoee, who held a 50-27 halftime edge.

During the first half, West Port totaled 445 yards and ran 54 plays, which led to 20 first downs.

Ocoee, which had the advantage of the short field and recovering several onside kicks, had 361 yards on 26 plays over the opening two quarters.

The Wolf Pack and Knights both scored 20 points in the third quarter, which saw West Port up its yardage total to 607.

Ocoee led 77-47 on the fourth touchdown pass of the game by Nicholas Wright, before West Port closed things out with 20 unanswered points in the nearly four-hour-long marathon.

Wright accounted for eight touchdowns total for Ocoee and finished with 184 yards rushing on 18 carries.

Through the air, he passed for 242 yards on 11-of-19 attempts, most of which were on bubble screens that his receivers turned into big plays.

Maurer, meanwhile, joined Lake Weir's Cutler Blackburn on the short list of area passers to throw for over 500 yards in a game.

His 708 yards of total offense are a single game country record, as is West Port's total offense figure.

Domonique McBride (eight catches, 98 yards, TD; 3 TD runs), Calvin Brown (nine catches, 131 yards, TD), Kevionate Brown (23 carries, 156 yards, TD), Bryce Ramirez (eight catches, 176 yards) and Jeremyah Lightsey (five catches, 65 yards) also had big nights for West Port on offense.

While it is unclear whether the 876 yards of offense are an all-time state record for a regular season game in Florida, it was truly an amazing night.

In 4,163 playoff games, Bishop Kenny's 773 yards vs. Clay is the most ever gained by one team.

The 1,478 combined yards are one less than what was produced by Bishop Kenny and Clay back in 2013 as well.