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Lobos' defense preserves victory over Forney

Longview's defense held the Forney Jackrabbits on a goal line stand Oct. 6 to preserve a 13-7 Lobo victory to move LHS to 5-1 overall and 3-0 in district play. Forney drops to 5-1 and 2-1 in district. READ LN-J GAME STORY


Longview rolls in second half to defeat Lancaster 

Taylor Tatum rushed for more than 250 yards and Kelvin Washing rushed for another 100, propelling Longview to a 52-35 victory over district opponent Lancaster on the road.  With the win, Longview improves to 4-1 (2-0) while Lancaster drops to 1-4 (0-2).  GAME STORYLN-J GAME PHOTOS

LISD mourns death of Longview High School principal  James Brewer

LISD lost a legend July 10, with the sudden passing of LHS principal James Brewer. He was a constant supporter of all things LISD and will be greatly missed.  Read more

Taylor Tatum commits to The Univ. of Oklahoma

Longview HS RB Taylor Tatum announced his college commitment live at the LHS Turf Room July 21, and he will be heading next year to The University of Oklahoma. Read story


Lobo athletes sign letters of intent

Eleven Lobo athletes signed letters of intent Feb. 1, 2023, to play at the next level. Football players signing included Jordan Allen, Henderson State University; Michael Fields, Howard Payne University, Kaden Brooks, Univ. of Arkansas-Monticello; Fredirick Hawkins, North American University; Omarian Watkins,  Texas College; Lauavean Jackson, North American University; Jeremiah Rougely, Lamar University; and Ta'darion Boone, Kilgore College. View complete listMore info

Lobos wrap up spring practices with Green/White Game 

The Lobos held 11 practices between April 24 and May 11 and wrapped up spring practices with the annual Green & White Game May 15. Taylor Tatum was honored as a member of this year's Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Whataburger Super Team prior to the Green & White Game. More than 900,000 votes determined a group of the best 40 players from the 2022 season, and Tatum was named one of the four offensive utility players.

Aledo defeats Longview to end Lobos' season

In one of the strangest endings, play was suspended with 56 seconds left for a lightning delay in the state semifinal matchup between Longview and Aledo.  The Lobos had the ball at midfield, down 17-14, and had to wait two hours to finish the game.  After the lighting delay, Longview couldn't move the ball on the Aledo defense, handing Longview (14-1) its only loss of season to end the Lobos' state championship hopes.  Congrats to Longview on a great, memorable season! READ GAME STORY Aledo advances to play Dec. 17 in the 5A Division I state championship versus College Station.

Longview upends Mansfield Timberview to advance to state semifinals Dec. 10

Looking at both teams, Longview was clearly outsized -- but by weight only and not by heart.  The No. 1 Lobos defeated the previously undefeated No. 2 Mansfield Timberview Wolves 37-21 in front of a packed home side at Mesquite Memorial Stadium. GAME STORY


Longview advances to the state semifinals to face the Aledo Bearcats at 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 10, in the friendly confines of Kincaide Stadium in Dallas (also known Lobo Stadium West). Aledo defeated Burleson Centennial Dec. 3 by the score of 42-21.

Lobos score 51 unanswered points in third-round win against Port Arthur-Memorial

The Port Arthur Memorial Titans scored on their first drive -- but that was they'd score -- as Longview put up 51-unanswered points in a 51-7 victory in the Regional Round finals of the 5A Division I UIL Playoffs Nov. 25 at Lufkin's Abe Martin Stadium.  MEMORIAL GAME STORY | PHOTOS

Longview defeats Lone Star in area round, will face Port Arthur Memorial next in Lufkin

Longview rebounded from a shaky first quarter to defeat the Frisco Lone Star Rangers, 38-17, in the area round of the UIL 5A Division I playoffs Nov. 18 at Kincaide Stadium.  With the win, Longview (12-0) will play Port Arthur Memorial (11-1) at 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 25, at Lufkin's Abe Martin Stadium. READ LN-J GAME STORY

Lobos blank West Mesquite 70-0, completing undefeated season and district championship

There wasn't much doubt about the outcome of the Nov. 3 game versus West Mesquite after the first two Longview drives. With the 70-0 victory, Longview completes a perfect regular season (10-0) and claims the District 7-5A Division I Championship. READ LN-J GAME STORY

Lobos claim Texas 5A District 7 Championship with 42-3 win over Tyler High

The Lobos secured the 5A District 7 Championship -- and a first-round home playoff berth -- with a 42-3 victory over Tyler High.  Longview will win the outright district title with a defeat of West Mesquite at home next Friday in the final regular season game. READ LN-J GAME STORY

Lobos move 8-0 with win over McKinney North

McKinney North scored on its opening possession, but that was it -- as Longview put up 49 unanswered points to stay undefeated (8-0, 5-0) with a 49-7 victory Oct. 21 over the Bulldogs at Lobo Stadium. READ LN-J GAME STORY

Longview roughs up NM Stallions, 42-19

Longview sophomore running back Kelvin Washington rushed for more than 100 yards and junior Billy Smith had four sacks -- both in the first half alone -- as the Lobos remained undefeated (7-0) with a 42-19 victory over the North Mesquite Stallions at Memorial Stadium. READ L-NJ GAME STORY

Lobos hand Forney first district loss, 46-7

The No. 1 Lobos put up 39 points in the first half en route to a 46-7 victory over the Forney Jackrabbits Oct. 7 at Lobo Stadium.  Longview remains undefeated at 6-0 (3-0) as Forney drops to 4-2 overall and 2-1 in district play. The Jackrabbits entered the game as first in the district in passing offense, averaging 254 yards passing per game. WATCH HIGHLIGHTS

Lobos rally to defeat Lancaster to move to 5-0

For the first time this season, the Lobos went into halftime behind on the scoreboard, 13-7. But Longview regrouped and were able to rally to defeat an extremely talented Lancaster football team, 21-13. With just over two minutes left in the third quarter, Taylor Tatum juked a couple of defenders, rushing 37 yards for an impressive touchdown to give Longview the lead, 14-13.  Then, with just under 10 minutes left in the third quarter. Longview's Ta'Darion Boone made a game-changing interception in Longview's own endzone. After a Longview, punt, the Lobo defense held Lancaster to a 4th and 8 yards. Lancaster faked the punt, but the Lobo defense shut down the trickery and got the ball back with a short field at the 30 yard line.  Tatum scored from three yards out with 59 seconds left to give the Lobos a 21-13 lead.  Lancaster got the ball back after the Lobo touchdown, but Boone got a second interception with 5 seconds left to preserve the victory. With the win, Longview improves to 5-0 (2-0). Lancaster drops to 3-2 (1-1). READ L-NJ GAME STORY

Lobos open up district with big win over Lufkin

Longview improves to 4-0 with a 56-7 victory over district opponent Lufkin Sept. 16 at Abe Martin Stadium. Longview put together a solid game -- both offense and defense -- with Taylor Tatum and Alijah Johnson both rushing for 100+ yards. Lufkin drops to 3-1 (0-1) with the loss.  Through the first four games, Longview has outscored its opponents 125-28. GAME STORY

No. 1  Lobos rout Tyler Legacy, 69-0

Head coach John King got his 200th career victory Sept. 9 as the Lobos put up 49 points before halftime -- en route to a 69-0 victory over 6A Tyler Legacy at Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium. GAME STORY


Lobos tame Broncos, 36-10, in opening game

Quarterback Jordan Allen was 15-of-20 for 201 yards and two touchdowns in the Lobos' season-opening win over McKinney Boyd Aug. 26 at McKinney ISD Stadium. Six of his passes were caught by Jalen Hale who had 123 receiving yards, followed by DaKaylen Reese with 47 yards receiving on four catches. The running game was potent, also, with Taylor Tatum rushing for 144 yards on 16 carries (complete offensive stats). Add in an interception by Ja'Keyvon Curry and a strong Lobo defense which completed the first-game domination. Read LN-J game story

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