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BEAUMONT WEST BROOK GAME LOG

LONGVIEW VS BEAUMONT WEST BROOK
TEAMS
1ST
2ND
3RD
4TH
FINAL
LONGVIEW
13
7
6
9
35
BEAUMONT WEST BROOK
7
21
0
6
34
INFORMATION
AT&T Stadium
Arlington, Texas
Saturday, December 22nd, 2018
Class 6A Division II State Championship
SCORING SUMMARY
TEAM
QUARTER
PLAYER
YARDS
TYPE
Longview
1st
Jessie Anderson
3
Run (Miss PAT)
Beaumont West Brook
1st
Deonte Simpson
35
Pass
Longview
1st
Kamden Perry
77
Pass
Beaumont West Brook
2nd
La'Ravien Elia
22
Run
Beaumont West Brook
2nd
Jakobi Holland
35
Run
Longview
2nd
Kaden Kearbey
40
Pass
Beaumont West Brook
2nd
Deonte Simpson
25
Pass
Longview
3rd
Haynes King
25
Run (Miss PAT)
Beaumont West Brook
4th
Jakobi Holland
3
Run (Miss PAT)
Longview
4th
JK Martin
28
Field Goal
Longview
4th
Jessie Anderson
2
Run (Miss PAT)
AUDIO HIGHLIGHTS
HIGHLIGHTS
POST GAME
GAME STATISTICS
STATISTIC
LONGVIEW
BEAUMONT WEST BROOK
First Downs
23
24
Rushing Yards
159
349
Passing Yards
425
144
Passes
16-27-0
10-21-0
Punts
2-44.0
4-34.5
Fumbles/Lost
1-1
1-1
Penalties
8-62
5-41
PARADE CAPS BUSY DAY FOR STATE CHAMPION LOBOS
LONGVIEW - Longview offensive lineman Kaylon Allen couldn't wait for school to start back up on Monday.

It was a chance to get together with his teammates and begin the celebration of the 2018 Class 6A, Division II state champion Longview Lobos.

"It was so crazy after the game that I didn't really get to see everyone,"" Allen said Wednesday morning. "But on Monday, it's been nothing but love from everyone, my teammates, classmates and teachers.

"It's been special."

Longview won its first state championship in 81 years on Dec. 22, which led straight into the Christmas break before school resumed Monday.

"It's been a great couple of weeks for this school district, this football program and this community," Longview head coach John King said. "With the Christmas break, everyone has been ready to get back and celebrate this championship.

"The outpouring of support that we've received from Lobo Nation and this community and we've been waiting to celebrate this together."

Early Wednesday, the team - full of laughs and smiles - put on the Lobo jersey one more time, walked down the tunnel and out on to the field at Lobo Stadium for its state championship photo, which will hang inside the Lobo Den forever.

"Honestly, it was kind of sad, definitely bittersweet but a nice moment," Allen said. "It's such a great feeling to be here with my team as state champions.

"We had a lot of people telling us that we made their Christmas. It's special. We did it."

The team reconvened later in the day at the Lobo Den to get fitted for their state championship rings, another moment that brought big smiles and 'oohs' and 'aahs' as the Lobos got their first look at the ring. A ring ceremony will be held and details released at a later date, King said.

"It didn't feel real, and it still doesn't really," Allen said. "I think it'll hit me tonight."