| LoboHistory.com takes a by-the-numbers look at Longview's game against the Lancaster Tigers on Friday:
189: Point differential five games into the season in favor of the Lobos, the largest point differential five games into the season in program history.
0: Passes for Longview in the first quarter. The Lobos did not attempt a throw until the first minute of the second quarter.
29: More snaps for Lancaster on Friday night than the Lobos. Longview snapped the ball 47 times to Lancaster's 76.
10: Pass Break Ups by the Lobo secondary on Friday. Ta'Darion Boone led the way with three, while Daedrion Garrett, Willie Nelson and Chase Smith each had two.
2: Interceptions by Ta'Darion Boone giving him a season total of four.
5: Punts by the Lobos, the most this season and most since punting five times last season against Bryant in the fourth game of the season.
10: Passes attempted by Longview, the lowest since attempting just 6 last season against Tyler High.
8: Total points allowed by the Lobos in the second half of play. Longview's lone touchdown given up in the 2nd half came in the 3rd quarter against Marshall. Longview has stopped two drives inside the five to keep that number at eight.
4: Wins in a row over Lancaster, having never lost the Tigers in the four meetings. Friday's game was the first district meeting between the two.
13: Touchdowns this season for Taylor Tatum after rushing for two on Friday against the Tigers. 13 touchdowns is the second most tallied through five games in program history, sitting just one behind Earnest Hunter 14 to start the 1989 season.
25: 25th 5-0 start in program history, and just the fifth under head coach John King.
100: The 100th district victory of John King's coaching tenure at Longview High.
10: Straight wins at home following Longview's 21-13 win over Lancaster. Lobos have three more regular season games at Lobo Stadium this season.
1: Touchdown away from seeing Jalen Hale enter the top 10 in touchdowns scored in Longview history. Hale's 33 touchdowns as a Lobo sits just one behind Jessie Anderson's 34.