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Lobos handle Mavs 56-13 to improve to 3-0 in district
It was one of those nights that everything went right for the Lobos. Unfortunately for Marshall, everything that could go wrong, did. The Lobos put up 21 quick points in the first quarter on two runs by junior Tylan Miller and a touchdown when Marshall snapped the ball over the punter's head that the Lobo defense recovered in the endzone. Miller was named the Great American Rivalry Series player of the game with three rushing touchdowns and an 18-yard touchdown halfback pass to Antonio Carter. With the 56-13 victory over Marshall, Longview improves to 4-2 overall and 3-0 in district play. They will travel to Texas High Oct. 17. LN-J game story I LN-J photos
Longview lays it on Greenville, 56-7 in homecoming game
The Lobos put up a 49-point shutout in the first half en route of a 56-7 victory over the Greenville Lions Oct. 3 at a packed Lobo Stadium. For the second week in a row the Lobos were able to play everybody on the bench after getting a comfortable lead. Tylan Miller got the Lobos on the board first with a 4-yard touchdown run two minutes into the contest. The Lobos' next score was a 45-yard interception return by Cameron Dean. The Lobo defense was stout in the first half. Miller scored again on a 25-yard run after Karbohn McAdoo forced a fumble to get the Lobos the ball back at the Greenville 25. The Lobos scored once more in the first quarter on a 25-yard pass from Dezmond Chumley to Antonio Carter to put Longview up 28-0 after one period. Longview scored three more times on running plays before halftime, once by Marquies Hunter on a short carry and twice by sophomore running back D'Crayvan Polk on runs of 8 and 9 yards. Greenville's lone score was on a 75-yard run with 7:45 left in the third quarter. Longview's final score was by another sophomore, Traveion Webster, on a rushing touchdown. With the win, the Lobos improve to 3-2 overall and 2-0 in District 15-5A play. Longview will face Marshall Friday, Oct. 10, at home. Photo above: Jon Sorey breaks a tackle after making a catch. Photo by Brian Pitts. LN-J game story I LN-J photos I more photos by Brian Pitts
Doug Cox inducted into GAR Series Hall of Fame
Doug CoxDoug Cox was inducted into the Great American Rivalry Series Hall of Fame during pregame of the Longview vs. John Tyler game on Friday, Sept. 5. Cox was 120-34-4 as the Lobo head coach from 1974-87. He's the winningest coach in Lobo history. Photo of Doug Cox and head coach John King by Adam Holland/LISD LN-J story
Lobos defeat Pine Tree to open district play, 66-13
Longview set a school record for most points in a half by scoring 56 points on the Pirates in the first two periods of play en route to a 66-13 win over Pine Tree Sept. 26 at a packed Pirate Stadium. Lobo quarterback Dezmond Chumley, who only played in the first half, threw three touchdown passes to Tylan Miller for a 61 yards, another to Jon Sorey for 36 yards and to Antolio Carter for 17 yards. Backup quarterback Cameron Castleberry entered the game late in the second quarter and threw a 54-yard touchdown toss to Sorey to end the first half. The Lobo defense had interceptions by Keenan Madden, Ameron Dean and Khalil Williams who took an interception back 32 yards to score. LN-J game story I LN-J photos I photos by Brian Pitts

Longview gets huge win over powerhouse Neville, 19-13
Doug CoxLongview got a huge win Sept. 13 in the Battle on the Border at Independence Stadium, 19-13, versus Louisiana powerhouse Neville High School. The win was much-needed after starting the season 0-2 with losses to two top-ranked teams, Lufkin and John Tyler.

"We've seen improvement it in bits and pieces throughout the first two games, albeit very spotty," said head coach John King. "Our defense really withstood the challenge in the second half against Neville. I'm extremely proud of these kids and coaches for the grind they've been through the last two weeks. They're (Neville) big and physical, but our guys certaintly answered the bell."

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UIL releases districts for 2014-16; Lobos in 15-5A
Longview has been placed in UIL District 15-5A for the next two seasons. Longview will join Greenville, Hallsville, Pine Tree, Marshall, Mount Pleasant, Sulphur Springs and Texarkana to make up the eight-team district. Next season, Longview will scrimmage Ennis High School and have non-district games versus Lufkin, John Tyler and Nevillle.
5A Realignments I Tentative 2014 Lobo Schedule
Lobos look to 2014 after going 11-2 last season
Longview won 11-straight games last season after an opening loss to Coppell and finished 11-2 on the season. With several key players coming back next year, Longview should be tough compeition again next season. STORY
UIL releases cut-off numbers: Lobos will be 5A next year
The University Interscholastic League released cut-off numbers for 2013-15 realignment and Longview will be 5A. Longview turned in an enrollment of 2,063 students. The cut-off for the new 6A is 2,099. Other schools in the area that will be 5A include Lufkin, Hallsville, Jacksonville, John Tyler, Lindale, Marshall, Mount Pleasant, Nacogdoches, Pine Tree, Sulphur Springs, Texas High and Whitehouse. MORE
Longview bows out in third round to A&M Consolidated

Access Lobo game film from 2006-present with Hudl
hudl insiderLobo fans can now access to the same game film that coaches view through Hudl Insider. For $40, Lobo Football game film from 2006-present can be viewed. The Lobo Football program benefits from subscription purchases. subscription info

Ad deadline for Lobo Football Program extended to Aug. 1
The Lobo Football Booster Club is currently selling personal and business ads for the 2014 Lobo Football Program. Deadline to purchase an ad is Aug. 1. MORE INFO I FILL OUT AN AD CONTRACT FORM
Football Camp for first through ninth graders is Aug. 4-6
The Lobo Football Summer Camp for students entering first-ninth grades is set for Aug. 4-6, 2014. The camp will run from 6:30 to 9:30 each day. Registration for the camp will be held from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Aug. 4 at the north end of Lobo Stadium near the scoreboard. MORE INFO AND REGISTRATION FORM
12 football players qualify for regional powerlifting meet
Twelve Lobo football players have qualified for the regional powerlifting meet in Lindale March 8.  All 12 lifters are current or former Lobo football players who have been using the offseason program designed by John Janacek, Lobo Strength & Conditioning Coach. Janacek has 24 years experience (10 in college) getting kids in peak shape for their upcoming season and sending kids to college programs in better shape then some of the upperclassman. For example, former Lobo football player Zaycoven Henderson tested with the Texas A&M football team and recorded a top five clean as a true freshman.
Five Lobos named to TSWA 5A All-State Team
Eight Lobos chosen for Heart of Champions Bowl June 14
Eight Lobo football players have been chosen to play in the FCA Heart of Champions Bowl June 14 at Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium in Tyler. Players selected are: Deroderick Alexander, Chris Coby, Stephen Maxey, Landry Pepper, Vernon Hutchinson, Laurent Johnson, Travin Howard and Jhavaurian Moore. complete roster
Six football players sign college scholarships Feb. 5
Six Lobo Football players signed college letters of intent to play at the next level Feb. 5. Photo at right (back row): De'Rodrick Alexander - S.E. Oklahoma State University; Dorian Leonard - The University of Texas; Stephan Maxey - Tyler Junior College; Travin Howard - Texas Christian University; and Chris Coby - Trinity Valley Community College. (front row) Molly Warren - San Angelo State for soccer; and Lauren Hall - Stephen F. Austin State University for soccer. Not pictured: Zaycoven Henderson - Texas A&M University. Photo courtesy of Adam Holland/LISD

Lobos dominate 12-5A all-district selections
The Lobos had 31 players selected to the 12-5A All-District Team. Junior QB Dezmond Chumley was named the Offensive MVP and Travin Howard was named Defensive MVP for the district. Coach John King was named Coach of the Year for District 12-5A.

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Longview bows out in third round to A&M Consolidated
Longview couldn't rebound from a disasterous third quarter and ended up losing to A&M Consolidated, 45-35, in the regional (third) round of the playoffs Nov. 30 in Midlothian. The Lobos gave up 14 points in the third quarter to the A&M defense--one on a pick-six and another on a high snap over the quarterback's head that Consolidated picked up and ran 70 yards for a score. Longview ends the season at 11-2. Congratulations to coach John King, his staff and the Lobo players on a great season. Also, congratulations to a tough A&M Consolidted team on a great win. Longview vs. A&M Consol game story
Lobos use big third quarter to defeat McKinney Boyd
Longview went into halftime down 10-7 to the McKinney Boyd Broncos, but put up 20 unanswered points in the third quarter en route to a 27-10 area round playoff win. Longview RB Ja'Mycal Hasty rushed for 167 yards and Lobo QB Dezmond Chumley accounted for 191 yards. The Lobo defense came up big once again, forcing four Boyd turnovers, including Travin Howard's eighth interception of the season. McKinney Boyd game story
Lobos beat Rowlett in first round with strong defense
The Lobos knocked off the Rowlett Eagles in the first round of the playoffs Nov. 16 behind an impressive defensive effort that included six takeaways. Safety Travin Howard picked off his sixth and seventh passes of the season, one of which he took 43 yards for a score. The Rowlett run defense did a nice job most of the game holding Longview to only 153 yards on the ground, 96 of which were by Lobo RB Ja'Mycal Hasty. Rowlett game story I photos
Lobos claim district title with 63-7 win over Robert E. Lee
hudl insiderThe Lobos crushed the Robert E. Lee Red Raiders Thursday, Oct. 31, with a 63-7 Halloween victory, earning sole possession of the District 12-5A title for the ninth time in the last 10 seasons. Longview's defense held Lee to zero points through three quarters of play and the REL defense couldn't stop the powerful Lobo offense. When Lobo QB Dezmond Chumley was relieved midway through the second quarter with Longview up 42-0, he had 200 yards passing, three TD passes and one rushing TD. RB L'darrius Peterson rushed for three touchdowns and had his third-consecutive game of more than 100 yards on the ground. On defense, Laurent Johnson picked off his fifth pass of the season, running it back 37 yards to the one yard line. Longview improves to 8-1 overall and 5-0 in District 12-5A play. The Lobos will wrap up the regular season Nov. 8 at Rockwall. Photo by Brian Pitts/LISD Lee game story
Lobos put up big numbers offensively, beat Horn 49-30
Longview put up a big game offensively despite losing one of its key stars early in the game. Lobo running back L'Darrius "Petey" Peterson took over the offense, rushing for 179 yards after Ja'Mycal Hasty went out of the game early in the first quarter with an injury. Peterson had 128 yards on the ground in the first half alone. With the 49-30 win over the Jaguars, Longview is the only team in District 12-5A that has a perfect district record. The Lobos will travel to Mesquite Memorial Stadium Friday, Oct. 18, to take on the North Mesquite Stallions. The Stallions sufferd their first loss of the season Oct. 18 to Mesquite, 34-33. LN-J game story I District 12-5A I Stallion preview
Lobos handily defeat Rockwall Heath on the road, 42-10
Longview won the game handily, but Rockwall Heath will most definitely win one award this year--having the most over-the-top public address announcer in District 12-5A. Fans who were at the game will understand why. The Lobos jumped off to a 21-point lead quickly on the Hawks due to two bad Heath snaps over the punter's head. Longview scored first on a Ja'Mycal Hasty run from one-yard out, then Hasty scored again from the one yard line after a nice 30-yard gain from a pass from Dezmond Chumley to Chris Pellum. Next, Longview's Travin Howard ran a punt return back 81 yards for the Lobos' third touchdown. Hasty scored for the third time in the game with a little over two minutes left in the first half with an impressive 45-yard scamper, outrunning all of the Hawk defense. In the second half, Chumley connected with Pellum again for an impressive 60-yard touchdown reception. In the fourth quarter, Marquies Hunter scored from 38 yards out on a dive play without being touched. Heath scored in the first quarter with a field goal and in the second half on an 89-yard touchdown reception. Longview now sits at 5-1 overall and 2-0 in district play. The Lobos will host Mesquite Horn 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18. Horn lost its first game of the season Oct. 11 to Mesquite, 31-17. LN-J story
Lobos squash Skeeters in first district game, 69-17
metvLongview put up 42 points in the first half en route to a 69-17 victory in its first district game against the Mesquite High School Skeeters. Lobo quarterback Dezmond Chumley had a huge night throwing five touchdown passes, three of which went to receiver Dorian Leonard. Longview's defense even got in the scoring column when Travin Howard picked off his fourth interception of the season and ran it back for a Lobo score, and Laurent Johnson picked up a Skeeter fumble and ran it back more than 60 yards for a touchdown. Running back Ja'Mycal Hasty scored twice, once on a 21-yard run and another on a 74-yard catch, and running back Petey Peterson scored on a 43-yard run in the third quarter. Longview is now 4-1 on the season and 1-0 in District 12-5A play. The Lobos have a bye week then will travel to Rockwall Oct. 11 to face the Rockwall Heath Hawks. Photos by Brian Pitts/LISD I LN-J Mesquite story
James Street dies of apparent heart attack at age 65
Famous former Lobo quarterback and University of Texas star quarterback James Street died Sept. 30 of an apparent heart attack at the age of 65. He was a two-sport star at UT from 1966-69 and is probably most famous for leading the Longhorns to the national championship in 1969. story on the legacy of James Street
Lobos knock off Lufkin, 55-30, in first home game
The light drizzle that fell all game didn't affect the Lobo offense as it put 55 points up on a struggling Lufkin team--the first time since 1958 that Longview has scored more than 50 on the Panthers. Lobo running back Ja'Mycal Hasty, who was named the Great American Rivalry Series MVP after the game, was a big part of the offense with three touchdown runs including an impressive 66-yarder. Quarterback Dezmond Chumley also looked solid tonight, passing for more than 200 yards. The Lobo offense capitalized on four Lufkin turnovers including two interceptions by Stephan Maxey. LN-J Lufkin game story
French named Defensive Player of the Week
Lobo defensive lineman Omar French has been named as a Defensive Player of the Week by ETVarsity.com. The junior led the Lobo defense against Olive Branch last Friday in Shreveport with seven tackles, three sacks and three tackles for loss. story
Judy will be honored at Great American Rivalry game
When Lufkin visits the friendly confines of Lobo Stadium Friday the game will be featured as one of 80 premiere high school matchups nationwide in the 10th annual Great American Rivalry Series. As part of the event, former Lobo quarterback Steve Judy will be inducted into the Great American Rivalry Series Hall of Fame. Judy was the starting quarterback for the Lobos from 1966-1967. In 1967, Longview went 10-1, beating Lufkin 35-20 in the final regular-season game, claiming the district title and giving Longview its first playoff berth since 1947. In the Lufkin game Judy ran for four touchdowns. Judy went on to have a stellar career at Texas Christian University where he was the first quarterback at TCU in a 34-year span to pass for more than 1,000 yards in consecutive seasons (breaking Sammy Baugh's record) and the first quarterback in 30 years to throw more than eight touchdown passes in a season (breaking Davey O'Brien's record).  He threw for 12 touchdowns in 1969 for the Horned Frogs. In 1971, he was the recipient of the Rogers Trophy and he was TCU’s all-time leading passer when he graduated. Steve was inducted into the TCU Athletic Hall of Fame in 1985. LN-J story
Longview knocks off Olive Branch, 27-26, in Shreveport
Longview hung on to defeat one of the top-ranked teams in Mississippi, the Olive Branch Conquistadors, 27-26, Sept. 14 in Shreveport's Battle on the Border at Independence Stadium. The kicking game just wasn't the Conquistadors' friend against Longview as they missed a PAT with 11 minutes left in the game, then missed a possible game-winning 39-yard field goal attempt wide left with 2:12 to play. story I Lobos look to build off big win
Despite tweet, Olive Branch QB still ineligible for Saturday
Despite several media reports today that Olive Branch QB Ross Trail will be eligible for Saturday's game versus Longview, the QB is still ineligible according to the Mississippi High School Activities Association. Today, on Trail's personal Twitter account, he tweeted that he was ruled eligible and would play Saturday versus Longview in Shreveport. This turned out to be false. Trail, who had offers from Louisville and Memphis prior to his junior season, transferred to Olive Branch this season from a school in Arkansas. He was initially ruled eligible by the Mississippi High School Athletic Activities Association, but that decision was reversed Aug. 28. He did play, however, last week because of a temporary court injunction.
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Henderson named KETK Student Athlete of the Week
zaycoven hendersonOne of Longview's top Division I prospects, Jaycoven Henderson, was named KETK's Student Athlete of the Week for the week of Aug. 26. Henderson will have to miss the first few weeks of the season due to a foot injury. Henderson, standing at 6'2" weighing 285 pounds, is a Lobo defensive tackle and has committed to play for TCU next season. He is expected to be cleared to play around the middle of October. ETSN Story
Lobos overcome sloppy game to defeat Marshall, 26-14
Longview had a scare Sept. 6 in Marshall, narrowly defeating the Mavericks, 26-14. Sloppy Lobo play on offense and defense resulted in a 7-7 tie at the half, but Longview pulled it together enough to defeat the Mavericks behind an impressive showing by junior running back JaMycal Hasty who had 252 yards rushing in the contest. This was the 13th-straight victory for the Lobos over the Mavericks and the 103rd time the two teams have played each other. LN-J game story I photos
Lobos come up short against No. 10 Coppell, 32-24
tom landry classic allen texas longview coppell eagle stadiumLongview came up short in its first game of the season Aug. 30 at the Tom Landry Classic at Allen's Eagle Stadium, losing to the No. 10 Coppell Cowboys, 32-24. The Lobos were ahead 10-9 at halftime, outgaining the Cowboys 226-105 at the half, but just couldn't hold off Coppell in the second half. With 6:16 left in the third quarter, Stephon Maxey scooped up a Coppell fumble and ran it in for a Lobo TD to make the score 17-9. Coppell answered with a 34-yard FG to make the score at the end of the third 17-12. Longview's QB Dezmond Chumley connected with Dorian Leonard for a 44-yard TD strike to put Longview up 24-12 with 10 minutes left in the game, but Coppell answered with 9-yard TD strike on fourth and five to make the score 24-19 with 8:13 to play. Coppell then recovered an onside kick at midfield and made it to the five yard line. On a fourth down and one yard to go, Longview jumped offside to give the Cowboys a first down on the Lobo three yard line. Coppell scored, but the Lobos denied Coppell a two-point conversion. With three minutes to play, Leonard caught a long Chumley pass that would have put the Lobos at the Coppell 30 yard line, but it was called back on a holding call--the first holding call of the night. Longview then threw an interception and held Coppell to 3-and-out, but the Cowboys kicked a perfect pooch kick to pin the Lobos at their own one yard line with less than three minutes remaining. Longview turned the ball over on downs and Coppell took a knee for three plays, scoring on the fourth, making the final score 32-24. LN-J game story I photos
JT outscores Lobos 13-3 in two timed scrimmage quarters
The Lobos had some bright spots in the first untimed portion of a scrimmage Aug. 23 against John Tyler at Rose Stadium, but were outscored 13-3 in the two 15-minute game-like quarters that followed. Before the timed quarters, Longview scored three times in 15 plays, probably the most impressive being a 70-yard TD run by JaMycal Hasty. On Longview's first possession of the first timed quarter, Lobo kicker Andres Perez looked impressive drilling a 31-yard field goal which was Longview's only points of the two timed quarters. JT scored twice in their 15-play set. On the extra point of JT's second score, Longview's Decord Flanagan blocked the kick which was run the other way for an apparent two points only to be called back with a block in the back penalty on the Lobos. Longview starting QB Dezmond Chumley was a perfect 6-for-6 for 97 yards in the first set of plays. For the second set, RB JaMycal Hasty played quarterback, scoring one TD on the ground. Also, WR Dorian Leonard made some impressive catches in the scrimmage, but left the game early with a minor ankle injury. LN-J scrimmage summary I ETSN story I Photos

Workouts begin with two new varsity assistant coaches
new lobo coachesLobo football players reported for practice on Monday, Aug. 12. photos The varsity will field more than 30 seniors this year and will have two new faces on the varsity coaching staff--former Cy Creek assistant Tony Favara as offensive line coach and former Lindale defensive coordinator Randy Huffstickler as a defensive assistant and special teams coordinator. Huffstickler also served as Robert E. Lee’s interim coach in 2011 and was the Red Raiders' defensive coordinator for the previous 15 years. Chad Hancock will take over the defensive line, previously coached by Mark Peters. Also, two new freshman coaches were hired: Tracy Carpenter and Brad Faulkner. Practice with full pads will take place on Friday, Aug. 16. Practices begin around 5:30 p.m. at the LHS practice field and Lobo Stadium. Fans are encouraged to come watch. MORE

 

New mobile version of Lobosfootball.com unveiled
m.lobosfootball.comIf you pull up this website on a smart phone, you might notice that the format has changed. Lobosfootball.com now has a user-friendly mobile version that should automatically load on mobile phones for easier navigation. If it doesn't load automatically on your phone, the new mobile site address is m.lobosfootball.com.
Green Out design unveiled; t-shirts go on sale Aug. 5
green out 2013 lobos football sept. 27 septemberOn Aug. 5, the Longview ISD Foundation will begin selling an all new Lobo Green Out 2013 T-shirt for $15 each at the LISD Athletic Office and in the Community Relations Office at the Education Support Center, 1301 E. Young Street. Fans may pay with a credit or debit card in addition to cash and check. Green Out t-shirts are available in sizes youth extra small through adult 3XL.  The shirt has a great new design proclaiming the Lobo Dynasty that fans will love. MORE INFO
Lobo Football Youth Summer Camp set for Aug. 5-7
Students going into 1st-9th grades in the fall of 2013 are invited to attend this summer's Lobo Football Camp. The camp is set for Aug. 5-7 (Mon-Wed), at Lobo Stadium. Fee is $30 and registration will be held at Lobo Stadium from 5-6 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 5. No pre-registration is available. The camp will be held each day from 6-9 p.m.
Want to advertise in the 2013 Lobo Football Program?
The Lobo Football Booster Club is looking for sponsors for the 2013 edition of the Lobo Football game program. If you're interested in advertising, read the welcome letter and fill out the ad contract. Deadline for all ads and payment is July 22. All ads must be accompanied with payment.
Lobos wrap up spring practices with annual scrimmage; first game Aug. 30
The Lobos culminated spring practices Friday, May 17, with the annual Green-White Game at Lobo Stadium. The Lobos will now have on 7-on-7 and the annual summer strength and conditioning program in June and July. Fall practices start Aug. 12 before Longview opens up the season Friday, Aug. 30, versus Coppell at the multi-million dollar Eagles Stadium in Allen.
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Blog: Preview of 2013 Lobos depth chart
Hasty wins Longview's Ironman competition
Longview ISD board OKs $3 million in athletic complex renovations

Football Outlook: Lobos try to answer questions in spring

Longview News-Journal: Young Lobos battle it out on second day of spring
Longview’s Cornelius Williams Selected to THSCA All-Star Game
Lobo games are broadcast on Sunny 106.5 radio
sunny 106.5 kooiLongview Lobo Football is no longer broadcasted on The Ranch. They are making the switch to Sunny 106.5 (KOOI). KOOI is a 100,000 watt station based out of Jacksonville that will reach a much larger audience. MORE
Above: 11 Lobo football players signed with four-year colleges Feb. 6. From left to right: Justinn Spady, DeMarkus Lathan, Cornelius Williams, Tre Allen (in rear), Torean Sheppard, Bivins Caraway, Corey Bartley, Colin Jeter, Nakia Brown, Jalen Porter and Tory White. (Courtesy Adam Holland/Longview ISD) More
Lobos to take show on road in 2013
Football schedule for 2013 Longview Lobos announced
The Lobos will open up the 2013 campaign against Coppell on Aug. 31 in the year-old $60 million Allen Eagle Stadium, and will travel to Independence Stadium in Shreveport on Sept. 13 to face an opponent they have never faced in school history. more
Corey Bartley named All East Texas Defensive MVP
Five Lobos named to 2012 Academic All-State football team
Congratulations to five Lobo football players who have been named to the Texas All-State football team. Players include Corey Bartley, Colin Jeter, Jalen Johnson, Torean Sheppard and Javontrae Williams.

News-Journal: Lobos unofficial 2013 depth chart
Ten Lobos earn First Team All-District awards for 12-5A
Lobo team built great season against odds, expectations
Thanks, Lobos: A surprising season has lessons for all of us

Lobos lose to Austin Westlake 38-10 in third round of playoffs
Longview couldn't overcome its seven turnovers in the game, despite outgaining Austin Westlake in total yardage, losing to Westlake, 38-10, in the third round of the playoffs. Hats off to another great season to the injury-plagued Lobos who relied on many sophomores and juniors in the latter part of the season. Longview finishes the season at 9-4. game story
Former Lobo Football player Trent Williams named to NFL Pro Bowl
trent williams pro bowl nflFormer Longview Lobo Football player Trent Williams was named to the highest honor in pro football--the NFL's annual Pro Bowl. Williams, in his third NFL season, was a top-round draft pick in 2010. He also donated funds to renovate the Lobo Den dressing room at Lobo Stadium which is now named after him. Pro Bowl players I story
Lobos overcome first half turnovers to beat Rowlett in first round, 27-6
TORY WHTE LONGVIEW LOBOSLongview struggled in the first half, turning the ball over three times, but a stingy Lobo defense only allowed two field goals in the Lobos' victory over Rowlett, 27-6, in the first round of the playoffs in Dallas. Longview QB Dezmond Chumley tossed a 35-yard TD pass to Chris Pellum to give Longview the one-point lead going into halftime. The Lobo "D" blanked Rowlett in the second half with help from Jaylan Lawson who had two picks. Despite two fumbles, Longview RB Tory White rushed for nearly 130 yards and scored a TD. Chumley was 13-17 for 160 yards passing.
Lobos dismantle Rockwall, 40-7, will begin playoffs next week
Longview needed a win to assure a playoff berth for the 12th consecutive season, and they did just that, defeating the Rockwall Yellowjackets at Lobo Stadium, 40-7. Longview scored first in the game with a Tory White 2-yard TD run. The second TD was a 50-yard run by RB Jamycal Hasty to make the score 14-0. In the second quarter, QB Dezmond Chumley connected for 56 yards to receiver Dorian Leonard to the two yardline. White would punch it in from two yards out making the score 21-0. With 6:28 left in the first half, Chumley connected with receiver Justinn Spady for a 29-yard TD pass. Rockwall was forced to punt and Longview's Nakia Brown returned it 50 yards for a score to put the Lobos up 34-0, missing the extra point. Longview would complete its scoring with a 40-yard field goal by Andres Perez. Longview finishes the regular season at 7-3 overall and 4-2 in district play. game story
Lobos dominate Tyler Lee, 52-6, assuring a spot in playoffs
Despite Longview's starting running back Tory White sitting the game out with a concussion, the Lobos dominated the Tyler Lee Red Raiders in a 52-6 blowout win at Trinity Mother Frances Stadium. Longview sophomore QB Dezmond Chumley, who has taken the starting signal-calling role after the injury to Bivins Caraway, led the Lobo offense in 475 yards of total offense. Tyler Lee mustered 145 yards of total offense in the contest. Chumley threw for 144 yards and running back L'Darrius Peterson rushed for 99 yards in the big Longview victory. Longview's Justinn Spady had 108 yards in receptions. Lee's only TD came on a long pass off a fake punt, but the Lobos blocked the extra point. With the win, the 10th-straight over Tyler Lee, the Lobos are assured a playoff berth for the 12th consecutive season. In Longview's last two games, the Lobos have defeated its opponents 104-9. In Tyler Lee's last two games, the Red Raiders have lost by a combined 103-15. Longview has one game remaining Friday, Nov. 10, at home against Rockwall. Rockwall lost Nov. 3 to Mesquite, who is perfect on the season at 10-6 overall and 6-0 in district play, winning this year's District 12-5A title.
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Running back Deionte Wall transfers back to Longview from DeSoto

Lobos drop district opener to Mesquite in fumble-ridden loss, 33-7
Longview fumbled nine times and turned the ball over five times in the first half, losing its district opener Sept. 28 to the Mesquite Skeeters, 33-7. This was the first loss in a district opener for Longview since 2001. Mesquite stays undefeated at 5-0, 1-0 in 12-5A play, while the Lobos drop to 3-2, 0-1 in district. Longview has a bye week coming up, and will resume district play Oct. 12 in a Green Out contest versus Rockwall Heath.

Lobos dominate both sides of ball, crushing Panthers in Lufkin, 45-14
lufkin longview lobosWith the help of RB Tory White's 232 yards rushing and three touchdowns, the Lobos dominated both sides of the ball, crushing the Lufkin Panthers, 45-14. The win was Longview's first victory at Abe Martin Stadium since 1997. Longview improves to 3-1 on the season, and will open up district play Friday, Sept. 28, on the road against the Mesquite Skeeters. With the loss, Lufkin drops to 2-2 on the season. N-J game story I ETSN game story I game video
Lobos handily defeat Marshall Mavericks, 48-0
marshall lobosThe Longview Lobos defeated the Marshall Mavericks at home, 48-0. In the second half, both coaches agreed to let the clock run because the score was so lopsided. Longview moves to 2-1 on the season while Marshall drops to 0-3. The Lobos led 34-0 at halftime, eventually winning 48-0 in their 12th consecutive win against the Mavericks and their largest margin of victory in series history. Photo by Brian Pitts/LISD. story
Lobos knock off North Little Rock Charging Wildcats in home-opener, 30-14
lobosLongview defeated North Little Rock High School 30-14 in an impressive fashion in its home-opener Sept. 7. North Little Rock senior star RB Altee Tenpenny, who is ranked by several scouting agencies as the No. 1 running back in Arkansas, was held to 67 yards on 20 carries by the Lobo defense. Longview senior RB Tory White was impressive with 104 yards rushing on 19 carries. Longview seniorJunior Lobo QB Stephon Dunn and sophomore QB Dezmond Chumley took the snaps in place of injured QB Bivins Caraway. North Little Rock scored first with 1:48 left in the first quarter. The Lobos blocked the extra point, making the score 6-0 to end the first quarter. With 6:21 left in the second quarter Nakia Brown returned a punt 85 yards for a TD to make the score 7-6. Longview junior Travin Howard then intercepted a NLR pass that set up a Lobo drive ending in a 8-yard TD run by senior RB Antonius Sanders giving the Lobos the lead, 14-6 at halftime. In the third quarter, Sanders scored for a second time, breaking several tackles and running 64 yards for TD to make the score 21-6 with 9:06 left in the third quarter. With 3:47 left, NLR scored on a 6-yard TD pass making the score 21-14, but the Lobo defense was just getting started. The Loboo defense forced a fumble by the NLR quarterback and got the ball at its own 31 yardline to end the third quarter. The Lobos were then forced to punt with 10:05 left in the game. NLR got the ball at its own 11 yardline. The Lobo defense once again stepped up forcing the Charging Wildcats to punt with 7:51 left in the game. With 4:57 left in the game, Corey Bartley blocked a NLR punt that Jalen Portley took in for a TD, making the score 28-14. On the ensuing kickoff, NLR fumbles the ball and Lobo junior Kentrell Smith recovered the ball at the NLR 14 yardline with 4 minutes left in the game. With 16 seconds left in the game, NLR ran a play close to its own goal line and the Lobos got a safety, making the final score 30-14. Longview moves to 1-1 on the season with the win. full story I video
QB Caraway will miss rest of season due to injury to left leg
bivins caraway injuredUnfortunately, senior Lobo QB Bivins Caraway will not be able to play the rest of the season due to an injury he suffered to his left leg last Saturday at SMU versus Coppell High School. It was announced Sept. 4 that Caraway tore his ACL. Backup QB, junior Stephon Dunn, will take over the first-string QB position this Friday as the Lobos host North Little Rock High School. more
Coppell handily defeats Lobos 41-8 in home-opener at SMU
Longview was handily defeated by Coppell High School in its home-opener Sept 1 in the Tom Landry Classic at SMU's Ford Stadium, 41-8. The Lobos didn't score a point in the first half, down 21-0 at the break, and Lobos' starting QB Bivins Caraway injured his leg in the second quarter and did not play in the second half. more
Lobos open up season in Tom Landry Classic Sept. 1
The Lobos will kick-off the 2012 season in the prestigious Tom Landry Classic against  the Coppell Cowboys. The game will be the second game of the annual Classic and is set for 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 1, at Ford Stadium on the campus of SMU.
After years of Russell brand uniforms, Lobos will switch to Adidas this year
uni 2012The 2012 Lobo football team is making a big switch this year... in uniforms at least. For years, the Lobos have worn Russell apparrel. This year, the Lobos will sport Adidas uniforms with a much more sleek and modern style. The traditional uniform look is still present, but just updated. Clck photo at left for photo.
Turnovers plague Lobos in final scrimmage versus John Tyler
Lobo offense rolls in intrasquad scrimmage Aug. 18
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Hawkins selected for Texas High School Coaches Association All-Star Game
ehawkinsLongview receiver Eric Hawkins highlighted a group of five area players selectedto play in the 78th Texas High School Coaches Association All-Star Football Game July 31 in San Antonio. Hawkins, who has signed with the University of Arkansas, will play for the North team and he’ll be joined by Henderson’s LaMarcus Brown, Sulphur Springs’ Reese Harred and Linden-Kildare’s Shock Linwood. more
After years of Russell brand uniforms, Lobos will switch to Adidas this year
uni 2012The 2012 Lobo football team is making a big switch this year... in uniforms at least. For years, the Lobos have worn Russell apparrel. This year, the Lobos will sport Adidas uniforms with a much more sleek and modern style. The traditional uniform look is still present, but just updated. Clck photo at left for photo.
2012 football schedule finalized, Mexico team cancels
The Longview Lobos varsity football team is scheduled to play five home games, including a non-district contest against North Little Rock, Ark., according to the official schedule released March 30 by the Longview ISD Athletic Department.Longview was previously set to play Monterrey (Mexico) Tech at home, but Tech officials cancelled the contest. The North Little Rock Charging Wildcats will fill that slot on Sept. 7 in the first-ever meeting between the two schools. The meeting between the Lobos and the Charging Rams is a one-year deal only. The Lobos scrimmage John Tyler Aug. 24 and will open the season on the road, facing Coppell at SMU's Stadium in the Tom Landry Classic. The annual Longview ISD Foundation ‘Green Out’ game is set for Sept. 14 when the Lobos host Marshall in the state’s longest running rivalry. Longview returns home on Oct. 12 for the first of three district games at Lobo Stadium versus Rockwall Heath. schedule here
Lobo 7-on-7 squad makes it to second round, but loses to DeSoto 40-20
For the first time in school history, the Lobos qualified for a berth in the State 7-on-7 Tournament in College Station. They played Wylie, Edcouch and Jersey Village July 20, winning all three games in the Div. I bracket. But the Lobos lost July 21, to DeSoto, knocking them out of the championship bracket. The Lobo 7-on-7 team, coached by former Lobo player Shawn Lawson, qualified for the state tournament by going 3-0 at a state qualifying tournament in Tyler in June. story
Longview remains 5A, adds two Rockwall schoos to district
The Longview Lobos stayed in Class 5A, Tatum remained in 2A and Kilgore dropped to 3A in some of the major news coming from the University Interscholastic League today with the announcement of its biennial realignment. more
Lobo QB Caraway verbally commits to out-of-state university
bivins100Lobo QB Bivins Caraway, who will be a senior this year, has verbally committed to the University of Louisiana at Monroe. Caraway is one of two offensive starters that the Lobos bring back this season. Caraway was the starting quarterback the entire 2011 season for LHS as a junior, leading Longview to an 11-2 record, winning Longview's eighth-straight district title. story
LHS will play each Monday with area high schools this summer in 7-on-7
Lobos will compete in 7-on-7 play this summer. Click here for schedule.
Burton named MVP in FCA All-Star game, Wilson impressive also
Lobos wrap up spring drills with annual Green/White game at Lobo Stadium
Longview High School suited up about 115 junior varsity and varsity players May 18 at the annual Green/White spring garme in front of about 500 Lobo fans anxious to see the 2012 version of the Lobos. The varsity first and second strings started the scrimmages, and looked impressive, especially on offense. The Lobos should be in good hands this season with senior QB Bivins Caraway. Caraway was extremely accurate with all of his passes including a 44-yard TD bomb to WR Cedric King. story
Five Lobo football players sign collegiate letters of intent
signeessmFive Lobo seniors signed scholarships to play at the next level. Signees include Jordan Burton (SS), Stephen F. Austin State University; Eric Hawkins (WR), The University of Arkansas; Braden King (TE), Sam Houston State University; Deontre Wilson' (RB), Tyler Junior College; and Larry Thomas (DL), Tyler Junior College. Photo courtesy of Adam Holland, LISD.
TE Braden King verbally commits to Sam Houston State University
Lathan named as top defensive player on Texas APSE All-State Team

Longview’s Hawkins, Bartley, King honored on All-District Team

Linebacker Burton verbally commits to SFA Lumberjacks
Congrats to young Lobo team on another great season
Longview finishes the 2011 season at 11-2. Not bad for a team that wasn't even projected to be a district champion contender. Longview won its eighth consecutive district championship this season, with its only other loss (besides Dekaney) coming from 5A power Allen High School. Since Coach John King has taken over as head coach in 2004, Longview's overall record is 91-19 and the Lobos' district record is 43-1. Longview's playoff record is 16-7 since 2004. With numerous starters coming back next year, including QB Bivins Caraway who set the all-time Lobo passing record this season, 2012 should be another great year for the Lobos. For fans, be patient. Nobody expected Longview to make it even close to this far in the playoffs as young as the team was, especially with as many holes as the coaches had to fill this year with underclassmen. Congratulations to the 2011 Lobos, especially the seniors for a great year. 2012 will be lots of fun with an abundance of experienced players returning.
Lobos can't get offense going, lose in third round to Spring Dekaney, 17-6...
11-dekaney tackle 201126-2011...Longview ended its spectacular season with a loss against a one-man show today. That one man, Spring Dekaney running back Trey Williams, stole the show, proving why he is the second-best ranked back in the nation--scoring on a 58-yard run early in the game and a 100-yard kickoff return in the second half. Only a handful of plays all afternoon for the Wildcats were plays that didn't involve handing Williams the ball. The Lobo offense sputtered all afternoon against a stout Dekaney defense, unable to make it into the endzone except for a Deontre Wilson 26-yard TD run in the third quarter. Longview just couldn't catch a break all afternoon with many opportunites to score, but just couldn't capitalize. With seconds left in the third, Dekaney's Williams had a 97-yard TD run called back on a holding penalty. The Lobos then had Dekaney on their own four yard line with a fourth down. Dekaney would then fumble, but the Lobos were held to a three-and-out and missed a field goal with 9:46 left in the game that would have put Longview within 5. Longview had another chance late in the game, needing to go 80-something yards with 2 minutes remaining, but fumbled, resulting in a Dekaney field goal to make the final score 17-6. Photo by Brian Pitts
Lobos knock out Garland Sachse, 59-35...
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Longview ousted Garland Sachse on an overcast Saturday afternoon Nov. 19 at Dallas' Kincaide Stadium. With the 59-35 win over the Mustangs, the Lobos move on to the third (regional) round of the playoffs. Longview's offense looked strong throughout the contest, putting up 38 points in the first half. Longview scored first on an Israel Madrid 41-yard field goal three minutes into the contest, followed by a Tory White 8-yard TD run. Sachse would answer to make the score 10-7 at the end of the first quarter, but the Lobos weren't finished. Longview racked up 28 points in the second quarter, 21 of which were scored by Deontre' Wilson on two TD runs and pass caught for a TD. QB Bivins Caraway added the other Lobo TD in the first half on a quarterback keeper, making the halftime score 38-14. Longview scored 21 more points in the second half. Sachse got within 17 points in the second half, but that was as close as they would get. The Lobos scored in the second half with a Tory White rushing TD, a 55-yard toss from Caraway to Donterius Jackson and a 60-yard TD scamper by J'Haston Fagans to put the game out of reach with 2:18 left to play. Mesquite and Longview are the only two remaining District 11-5A teams left in the playoffs. District 11-5A Playoff Schedules
Lobos knock off Temple Wildcats 24-3 in first round of playoffs...
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Longview knocked off the Temple Wildcats Nov. 12, in Corsicana, 24-3. Both teams struggled offensively in the first half resulting in a 7-3 advantage for the Lobos at halftime, but Longview rolled in the second half, with the Lobo offense putting up 17 points and the Lobo defense shutting out the Temple offense. Longview scored first in the game with a 40-yard drive, capped off by a 6-yard TD run by J'Haston Fagans with 4:18 left in the first quarter. Temple kicked a 33-yard FG with 5:38 left in the first half to give Temple its only points of the game. In the third quarter, Lobo kicker Israel Madrid nailed a 30-yard field goal. Temple then fumbled that gave Longview the ball on the Temple 10 yard line. The Lobos scored on a Tory White scamper for 10 yards to make the score 17-3. Longview put the game out of reach with a nine yard TD pass from QB Bivins Caraway to junior TE Colin Jeter with 3:21 left in the third quarter, making the score 24-3. 5A Playoff Brackets I game story
Lobos defeat DeSoto Eagles, 23-21, for eighth-straight district crown
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The Lobos did just what they needed to do tonight to preserve a win, earning Longview its eighth-straight district championship. Both offenses struggled in the first half, knotting a 7-7 tie at halftime. Both offenses would respond, however, in the second half. J'Haston Fagans scored first in the second half on a 10-yard run, putting the Lobos up 14-7. DeSoto scored on the next drive, tying the game up going into the fourth quarter. QB Bivins Caraway then connected with a 22-yard TD pass to Eric Hawkins to put the Lobos up 21-14 with 9:38 left in the game. With about five minutes left to play, DeSoto fumbled and Jordan Burton recovered. Longview went three-and-out and was forced to punt. DeSoto scored on a long run to tie the game up 21-21 with 4:27 left in the game. Longview got the ball from the kickoff, but was intercepted at the three yardline. The play of the game then came when Jalen Porter jarred the ball loose from the DeSoto QB in the endzone, which resulted in a safety. Longview then ran out the clock, preserving the victory, 23-21.
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Lobos topple Red Raiders 45-19 in warmup for district championship game...
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Longview struggled a bit early on, only scoring three points in the first quarter with a field goal by Israel Madrid, but the Lobos put up 28 points in the second quarter en route to Longview's 45-19 victory over the Robert E. Lee Red Raiders at Trinity Mother Francis Rose Stadium in Tyler. In the second quarter, QB Bivins Caraway threw three TD passes...a 20-yard TD pass to WR Eric Hawkins and a TD pass to both tight ends, one to Braden King on a 40-yard TD strike, and another to TE Colin Jeter on an 8-yard touchdown pass. Longview, up 31-7 at the half, didn't slow down much in the second portion of the game. RB Tory White scored in the third quarter on a one-yard scamper, but the most memorable TD of the night was probably when Khody Hubbard caught a deflected Tyler Lee punt and ran it back 30 yards for a touchdown, putting the Lobos up 45-7 with 10 minutes left in the game. Longview moves to 8-1 on the season and 4-0 in district play, while Robert E. Lee drops to 1-8 overall and 0-4 in district. Longview hosts DeSoto this Thursday at Lobo Stadium in a nationally televised game on Fox Sports. Gametime Thursday is 7 p.m. The winner of the game will be the District 11-5A champions. story I photos I district standings & stats
Lobos take care of business against North Mesquite, 49-13...
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Longview dominated North Mesquite Oct. 21, handily defeating the Stallions 49-13. Longview, up 21-0 at the half, didn't slow down after intermission. With only a minute and a half into the third quarter, the Stallions were forced to punt. Senior SS Jordan Burton ran the punt back 55 yards for a Lobo touchdown, making the score 28-0. Longview held North Mesquite once again, got the ball back and junior QB Bivins Caraway rushed for the Lobo TD, making the score 35-0 with 8:26 left in the third quarter. After another Lobo hold, junior RB Tory White added to the Lobo lead with a 9-yard TD scamper with 2 minutes left in the third quater, putting the Lobos up 42-0. North Mesquite then scored on the Lobo second team defense in the fourth quarter twice, but the Lobos also scored with junior Jacoby Redden's 2-yard TD run. Longview faces Tyler's Robert E. Lee High School next Friday at Trinity Mother Francis Rose Stadium. With the win tonight, the Lobos are assured a playoff berth. Longview improves to 7-1 overall and 4-0 in District 11-5A play, while North Mesquite drops to 4-4 on the season and 0-4 in district play. District 11-5A standings, scores I game story I photos
Josh Scobee ties NFL kicking record...
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Former Longview Lobo kicker Josh Scobee tied an NFL record with three field goals of 50-plus yards, hitting from 54 yards twice in the first half and adding a 51-yarder in the fourth quarter for the Jacksonville Jaguars in their win Oct. 23 against the Baltimore Ravens, 12-7.  Scobee finished 4-of-4 on field goals and scored all 12 of the club’s points.  In seven games, he is 14 of 14 on field goals and leads the team with 48 points.  The 14 consecutive field goals ties for the fourth-longest streak in franchise history. Scobee's senior football season was in 1999 at Longview. He has been the place kicker for the Jaguars since 2004.  more info
LISD re-submits higher LHS 'snapshot' enrollment to UIL...
Longview High School was almost guaranteed to be 4A for the next two years in UIL competition, turning in 2,000 students on "snapshot" day Oct. 13. But LISD has resubmitted a new enrollment figure of 2,163. According to Adam Holland, LISD spokesman, the UIL has a new rule that schools must include all spin-off campuses. The new number includes the LEAD Academy, which is a campus of LHS students separate from the main high school campus. This means that the possibility of going 5A next year is a big possibility, depending on the new cut-off for 5A schools. Last year's low number for a 5A school was 2,065 students.
Lobos hold on to defeat Mesquite Horn, 38-30....
Longview improved to 6-1 overall and 2-0 in District 11-5A play with its win over the Mesquite Horn Jaguars Oct. 7 at E. H. Hanby Stadium. Horn put up a valliant fight closing in on the Lobos. At halftime, Longview was up 24-17. Horn came out in the second half on fire with a 55-yard touchdown run 30 seconds into the half to tie the score up. Longview then fumbled the ball and the Jaguars capitalized with a 21-yard field goal to go up 27-24. Longview would answer, however, with a Bivins Caraway 21-yard TD toss to Eric Hawkins, putting the Lobos up 31-27 with 2:46 left in the third quarter. The Lobos then held Horn to a four-and-out and pounded the ball down the field with old-school Lobo smashmouth football on a 65-yard drive that ended with a Caraway 6-yard TD pass to Deontre' Wilson with 8:37 left in the game. Horn answered with a 39-yard field goal to make the score 38-30 with 4:17 left in the game. They forced a Longview punt which put the Jaguars on its own 26 yardline with 2:25 left in the game. Longview's defense stood strong, though, and knocked a pass down on fourth down to preserve the victory, 38-30. The Horn Jaguars drop to 2-5 overall and 1-1 in district play. photos I game story
LISD honors Trent Williams for donations to athletic department...
trent homepgeA crowd was on hand Oct. 7 to give appreciation to Trent Williams, former Longview football standout and current Washington Redskin, for his donations to the Lobo Den locker room project. Coach King praised Williams at the ceremony for Williams' Lobo Pride and dedication to Lobo Football. Williams, who plays OT for the Redskins, played his senior season on the 2005 Lobo football team. He earned a scholarship to The University of Oklahoma where he was a starter on the offensive line all four years. He was then selected as the 4th overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft. photos from the event
Lobos defeat Mesquite Skeeters 54-21 on the road....
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Longview improves to 5-1 on the season and 1-0 in District 11-5A play with its one-sided defeat of the Mesquite Skeeters Oct. 7 at Hanby Stadium. The Lobos came out strong in the first half, putting up 40 points on the Skeeters by halftime. With the loss, Mesquite drops to 2-4 overall and 0-1 in district play. Next Friday, the Lobos will once again travel to Hanby Stadium to face Mesquite Horn (2-4, 1-0) who beat Tyler Lee Oct. 7 by the score of 55-21... photos from game I game story
Lobos defeat Abilene Eagles 35-28...
It wasn't pretty, but Longview came from behind to knock off the Abilene Eagles at Birdville ISD Stadium, 35-28. The Lobos spotted the Eagles 14 points before Longview even scored. At halftime, it was Abilene 21, Longview 14. QB Bivins Caraway hit Deontre' Wilson on a TD pass with 9 minutes left in the third quarter to tie the game up at 21. After a missed 51-yard Eagle fieldgoal, Longview scored on third and 11 to go on a Caraway pass to D.T. Jackson, making the score 28-21. Longview would score again on a 36-yard Fagans TD run with 36 seconds in the game. But the Eagles weren't finished. They scored on a long TD run on the next possession, making the score 35-28. Longview recovered the onside kick and ran the clock out. The Lobos move to 4-1 on the season and the Eagles drop to 2-3. Longview has a bye week coming up. Photo by Brian Pitts. story
Lobos defeat Lufkin 24-10...
lpsmThe Lobos (3-1) shut out the No. 10 in state Lufkin Panthers (3-1) in the second half to preserve a 24-10 victory at Lobo Stadium in a Homecoming matchup. Click photo at right to enlarge. Photo by Brian Pitts. Longview plays a non-district game against Abilene at 2 p.m. next Saturday at the Birdville Fine Arts and Activities Center in North Richland Hills. Longview’s next home game is against North Mesquite on Oct. 21. Longview story
Allen knocks off Lobos 42-23...
allen pitts photo There's a reason the Allen Eagles are ranked No. 1 in the state of Texas and they proved that tonight at Lobo Stadium in front of a overflowing crowd for the tenth annual Green Out Game. Longview couldn't have lost to a better team. The Eagles surged early, putting up 21 points to Longview's 3 in the first half. Allen quarterback Alec Morris, who has committed to the University of Alabama, was nearly unstoppable. Longview made a small surge in the third quarter with a Bivins Caraway 50-yard TD toss to make the score 28-16, but Allen didn't bow down, making key plays to keep the Eagles on top. The Lobo Loss marks the first Green Out game to lose, with the Green Out record now standing at 9-1. Longview (2-1) faces the Lufkin Panthers at home next week. game story
Lobos roll in fourth quarter, knock off John Tyler 38-22...
eric hawkins smIt was neck-and-neck through three quarters, but Longview pulled away from the John Tyler Lions at Rose Stadium in the fourth quarter, winning 38-22. The Lobos, undefeated at 2-0, started off quickly against the Lions with an 83-yard toss from QB Bivins Caraway to WR Eric Hawkins, putting the first score on the board. Kicker Israel Madrid added three points with a field goal with 7:17 left in the first half, making the score 10-7. The Lions held their own in the first half, intercepting a pass in the end zone with 2:17 left in the first half. Photo by Brian Pitts...Eric Hawkins races down the sideline to clinch the Lobo victory I click to enlarge I Longview story I Tyler story
Lobos shut out Marshall in season opener, 30-0...
The Lobo defense looked stout, shutting out the Marshall Mavericks at Lobo Stadium, 30-0, in the two schools' 101st meeting. Longview's defense dominated most of the game despite a less-than-stellar effort by the Longview offensive line. Photo by Brian Pitts. News-Journal photos I game story I Lobos by the Numbers

Standout on 1937 State Championship Team, former Kansas coach dies...
Don Fambrough, who was a captain and standout player for the Lobos' 1937 State Championship Team, died Saturday as the result of an accident. Fambrough was 88 years old. After LHS, Fambrough went on to play football for the University of Texas and the University of Kansas. He was also later the head coach at Kansas. story


 

 

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