| LoboHistory.com takes a by-the-numbers look at Longview's game against the Lufkin Panthers on Friday:
500: Total yards by the Lobos on Friday night, the most this season and largest amount of yards gained since recording 521-yards against Sherman last season.
354: Rushing yards by Longview at Lufkin, the most since the last time Longview played Lufkin, back in 2020, when the Lobos rushed for 367 yards.
56: The most points Longview has ever scored on Lufkin, and inside the city of Lufkin.
6: Consecutive wins for Longview over the Panthers, tied for the longest winning streak over Lufkin in Longview's history. Lobos defeated Lufkin 6 straight times from 1980 to 1985.
64: Yard kickoff return from Kelvin Washington, the 39th time Longview has had a kickoff return 64-yards or longer in school history.
65: Yard punt return from Willie Nelson, tied for the 16th longest punt return in program history.
30: Passing touchdowns in Jordan Allen's career, moving him into sole possesion of 3rd place all-time in passing touchdowns in Lobo history.
32: Total touchdowns from Jalen Hale, after recording one against Lufkin. Hale sits just two behind Jessie Anderson for 10th all-time in touchdowns.
3: Wins in a row at Abe Martin Stadium, the longest winning streak in the city of Lufkin since a 3-game streak between 1989-1993. Longview won in 2019 against Lufkin, before defeating Beaumont West Brook at Abe Martin Stadium in 2020.
7: The largest series lead Longview has ever held over Lufkin. After Friday night's win, Longview now leads the series 44-37-4. The Lobos have won 12 of the last 14 meetings against the Panthers.
181: Point differential through 4 games for Longview, the largest point differential through four games in program history.
11: Touchdowns tallied by Taylor Tatum through 4 games, the second most touchdowns through four games by a Lobo in program history.
52: First downs by the Lobos the last two weeks. Longview had 29 against Tyler Legacy before recording 23 this past Friday.
760: Program wins after Friday night's game against Lufkin, 8th most wins in Texas High School Football history.