LONGVIEW - Longview 37, Tyler Legacy 14 - October 9th, 2020

  • Longview's 37-14 win over Tyler Legacy improved to Lobos to 2-1 on the season. It was the 24th time in Longview's 111 seasons that the Lobos have started the season 2-1.
  • The last time Longview started 2-1 to a season was 2016.
  • It is Longview's 8th time under head coach John King, in his 17th season, to open the season 2-1.
  • Longview's 2-game winning streak marked the 23rd time under John King that Longview has started a winning streak.
  • Longview improved to 193-37-6 all-time at Lobo Stadium (new). New Lobo Stadium opened in 1976.
  • With the win, the Lobos have won 20 consecutive games at Lobo Stadium, dating back to a 2016 loss (38-24) to John Tyler.
  • The 20-game winning streak stands, offically, as the longest winning streak in school history at Lobo Stadium.
  • The previous longest winning streak was 19-games that stretched from Sept. 10th, 2004 to Sept. 5th, 2008, that was ended only by a forfeit by the Lobos. Without the forfeit, the Lobos would've had a 29-game winning streak.
  • It was Longview's 8th consecutive victory over Tyler Legacy at Lobo Stadium, dating back to 2003.
  • Overall, the Lobos have won 31 of their last 31 contests at Lobo Stadium.
  • John King improved to 75-5 overall at Lobo Stadium.
  • John King improved to 15-0 as head coach against the Tyler Legacy. The closest contest was the first game, which the Lobos won after coming from 14-points down to win 34-31 in overtime.
  • John King improved to 8-0 against Tyler Legacy at Lobo Stadium.
  • John King's 15 wins against Tyler Legacy are the second most for his squads against a single team.
  • Friday's meeting was the 61st time the two programs have faced off on the gridiron. The 61 meetings against a single opponent ranks 5th all-time in school history.
  • Longview's 37-14 win over Tyler Legacy was Longview's 45th all-time win over the Red Raiders. The 45 wins over a single opponent ranks 3rd all-time in school history.
  • The Lobos and Red Raiders met for the 5th time consecutive year. It marked the only the 35th time in school history that the Lobos have played a single team 5 or more years consecutively.
  • Longview's 37 points marked the lowest offensive output against the Red Raiders since Longview tailed 28 points in 2010.
  • The 37 points marked the first time Longview had not reached at least 45 points against the Red Raiders in 7 meetings.
  • Longview's 37-14 win over the Red Raiders marked the 16th consecutive victory over Tyler Legacy, dating back to a 2003 (18-14) loss. The 16 wins in a row is the second longest winning streak over a single team in school history.
  • Overall, the Lobos have won 17 of the past 18 contests against Tyler Legacy.
  • After opening the series with a .500, 6-6 record against one another, Longview has now improved to 39-8-2 against Tyler Legacy since the first 12 meetings.
  • Longview improved to 3-0 all-time in non-district games against the Red Raiders, the other two non-district games coming in 2008 and 2009.
  • John King improved to 13-4 in the third game of the season.
  • John King improved to 50-17 in non-district contests as head coach of Longivew.
  • Friday's win was John King 181st as head coach of the Lobos.
  • Longview's 37 points against Tyler Legacy marked the 214 consecutive game that Longview has avoided a shut out, a school record. The Lobos were last shut out on Novembber 6th, 2003 in a 14-0 loss to #5 ranked Lufkin.
  • Longview improved to 10-5-0 all-time when games are played on October 9th. Longview lost their previous game on this date, 28-25 to Marshall
  • Longview improved to 63-38-7 in third second game of the season, extending a 5-game winning streak.
  • Longview's 66 passing yards against Tyler Legacy marked the lowest passing output since throwing for just 52 yards against Beaumont West Brook to end the 2016 season.

  • Jordan Allen started at quarterback for Longview for his second career start.
  • Jordan Allen improved to 1-1 when starting as quarterback.
  • Jordan Allen threw the first touchdown of his career. He becomes the 124th Lobo to throw a passing touchdown.
  • Jalen Hale caught his third touchdwon of the season.
  • Jalen Hale now has six receiving touchdowns in his Lobo career, the 32nd Lobo to register six receiving touchdowns in a career.
  • Markevion Haynes rushed for his fourth and fifth touchdown of the season.
  • Markevion Haynes now has five rushing touchdowns in his Lobo career, and six total.
  • Kaden Meredith rushed for third and fourth touchdowns of the season.
  • Kaden Meredith registered his 9th two touchdown game of his career.
  • Kaden Meredith's two rushing touchdowns upped his career total to 35 rushing touchdowns as a Lobo, the fifth most in school history. He sits 10 behind 4th place.
  • Kaden Meredith's two total touchdowns upped his career total to 37 touchdowns as Lobo, the sixth most in school history. He sits 1 behind 5th place.
  • Antonio Onofre's 48-yard field goal is the third longest in school history. Only two players have been able to kick a 50+ yard field goal as a Lobo.
  • Antonio Onofre's field goal was his first field goal of the season.
  • Antonio Onofre now has five field goals in his career, the 22nd player to kick five or more field goals in a career.
  • Spencer Powell was 4-for-4 in extra points against Tyler Legacy.
  • Spencer Powell is now 10-for-10 in extra points the season.
  • Longview's two-point conversion on their first touchdown was no good, marking the fifth consecutive game the Lobos have missed an extra point.