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(Above) Trent Williams, former Lobo player and current Washington Redskin, was honored Oct. 7, 2011, at LHS for his monetary contributions toward the Lobo Den Locker Room renovations. (Above) The new entrance to the Trent Williams Lobo Den Locker Room at LHS.
(Above) Fans take photos of the new entrance to the Trent Williams Lobo Den Locker Room at LHS. (Above) Head Coach John King (left) and former Athletic Director Pat Collins give a round of applause to Williams at the recognition ceremony.
(Above) The new lockers in the Lobo Den. (Above) The end of each row of lockers is engraved with the Longview Lobo Football logo.
(Above) Trent Williams' Redskins jersey hangs in the new locker room. (Above) The new lockers in the Lobo Den.
(Above) Upon entering, new glass cases were build to showcase the football trophies won over the years.
(Above) The media interviews Trent Williams. (Above) Each locker has stainless steel drawers and components with an engraved Rockin' L.
(Above) The new lockers in the Lobo Den. (Above) Trent discusses his Lobo Pride and how he is proud of how the new Lobo Den has shaped up.
(Above) The new lockerroom features a lowered ceiling and new flooring and lighting. Every sport at LHS has its own lockerroom now. (Above) The new Lobo Den Weightroom is stocked with the highest quality equipment.
(Above) The weight room is now massively expanded featuring numerous stations for various exercises used by all sports at LHS. (Above) The new Lobo Den Weightroom is spacious enough to house multiple weight stations with color-coded weights.
(Above) Thanks to Longview Regional Medical Center for donating weight equipment for the new weightroom. (Above) The new hallway to coaches' offices. The Lobo Den features photos of past Lobo teams throughout.
(Above) The Lobo Weight Room. (Above) One of the new coaches' meeting areas featuring the latest styles and technology.
(Above) The old "Green Gym" which was used primarily for physical education as of late, has been transformed into a 40-yard indoor practice facility called the "Turf Room." (Above) The "Turf Room" on the left side of the photo features the famous Lobo Green & Gold throughout and is used by most sports at LHS. The renovated press box area (on the right side of the photo) overlooks the new indoor practice facility.
(Above) The Lobo tunnel to the field. (Above) The inside entrance to the Lobo Den.
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