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WEEK ZERO: LONGVIEW AT LUFKIN
August 30th, 2019

Next Game: Longview will take on the Lufkin Panthers from John Outlaw Memorial Field at Abe Martin Stadium in the 83rd meeting between the two schools, at 7:30 PM on Friday, August 310th.

The Lobos lead the series, 41-37-4. Longview won the last meeting, 35-28, in 2017.

You can view this week's game thread and full game preview by...COMING IN JULY (Smoaky.com) or COMING IN JULY (6ATXFootball.com).

LOBOS FINALIZE 2019 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
March 20th, 2018

Defending Class 6A, Division II state champion Longview will open the season against three-straight rivals before travelling back to Louisiana for a reunion with a familiar foe.

The Lobos, who ran the table in 2018, will open the 2019 season on the road against Lufkin on Aug. 30 before hosting Marshall in Week 2 and travelling to John Tyler on Sept. 13, Longview head coach John King confirmed this week.

Kickoff against the Lions is set for ...read more.

STATE CHAMPION LOBOS HONORED AT CAPITOL IN AUSTIN
March 6th, 2019

Longview High School's historic and perfect season that culminated in the school's first football state championship in 81 years officially entered Texas history Wednesday.

Almost 150 members of the Lobo football team were at the Capitol in Austin as House Resolution 357 and Senate Resolution 197 were adopted.

"It's just been one heck of a trip," Longview head coach John King said. "Just the commitment these kids have to this...read more.

LOBOS DOMINATE 11-6A ALL-DISTRCIT TEAM
December 27th, 2018

Longview's run to a Class 6A state championship also produced several honors with the release of the District 11-6A All-District Football Team for 2018.

Junior quarterback Haynes King shared offensive Most Valuable Player honors with Rockwall's Jacob Clark. Senior defensive back Jephaniah Lister was the district's defensive MVP, and sophomore linebacker LaQualon Hale shared Newcomer of the Year accolades on defense with Mesquite Horn's Nick Garcia.

Longview's coaching staff was also named the...read more.

KING FULFILLS HIS CHILDHOOD PROMISE TO BRING STATE TITLE TO LONGVIEW
December 26th, 2018

John King had received a job opportunity that warranted some consideration.

So, when taking his son, Haynes, to daycare one day, they drove out of the way just to drive by Lobo Stadium.

He looked over to his left at his son, then 4-years-old, who had...read more.

STATE CHAMPIONSHIP PARADE SET FOR JANUARY 9TH
December 26th, 2018

Longview ISD announced Wednesday that a parade honoring the 16-0 Lobos, who on Saturday brought home the first football state championship in 81 years, is set for 6:30 p.m. Jan. 9 in downtown.

Mayor Andy Mack said Wednesday on Facebook that the parade will follow the same route as the Christmas parade: start at Whaley and Green streets, go west on Whaley Street, turn south onto Horaney Street and then east onto Methvin Street before ending back at North Third Street.

Mack said he had...read more.

KEY PLAYS LIFTED LOBOS TO STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
December 5th, 2018

It came down to a few plays, as it does in the 16th game of the season with a state title on the line.

Longview, as they did in the previous weeks heading into the Class 6A, Division II final, found a way to make them.

"I felt like the game went as we thought it would - a four-quarter game that would come down to who could...read more.

THEY ALL BLEED LOBO GREEN
December 23rd, 2018

It was never going to be easy, and it's not supposed to be.

That is part of the path, part of the journey.

Longview's journey is more than a 16-0 season that brought home the first state title in ...read more.

DCTF STATE TITLE RECAP: LONGVIEW 35, BEAUMONT WEST BROOK 34
December 23rd, 2018

Facing third and goal from the West Brook 11-yard line with just over eight minutes to go in the fourth, Longview quarterback Haynes King had a man wide open in the end zone. But King's pass sailed over the head of Jhailon Braden and fell incomplete, forcing the Lobos to settle for a field goal in the Class 6A Division II state championship game.

J.K. Martin's 28-yard kick made it 34-29 West Brook with 8:17 to go, and King trotted to the sideline with the game now in the hands of the Longview defense. The Lobos forced a quick three and out and gave their junior gun-slinger a chance to redeem himself in front of 48,421 people.

On the second play of Longview's next possession, King did just that by...read more.

LONGVIEW/BEAUMONT WEST BROOK CROWDS TOP FIVE ALL-TIME
December 23rd, 2018

One of the largest crowds in Texas high school football state history watched Saturday's Class 6A Division II state championship game between Longview and Beaumont West Brook at the Dallas Cowboys' AT&T Stadium.

The announced attendance was 48,421 for the second game of Saturday's tripleheader. Saturday's final game - the much anticipated showdown of nationally ranked teams - No. 5 Duncanville vs. No. 6 Galena Park North Shore - drew a crowd of 42,363.

By the time ...read more.

CHAMPIONSHIP SLIPS AWAY IN FINAL MINUTES AS LOBOS BEAT BRUINS, 35-34
December 23rd, 2018

A fourth-quarter rally by Longview handed West Brook an emotional and physical loss, 35-34, in the UIL Class 6A Division II state championship at AT&T Stadium in Arlington in front of 48,000 fans on Saturday.

"We tried to bring the heat, but they wanted it more than we did," West Brook senior wide receiver Deonte Simpson said. "This is something that is going to make us better in life.""

West Brook, who maintained a lead from late in the first quarter, had it ...read more.

LOBO DEFENSE COMES UP WITH BIG STOP WHEN IT HAD TO
December 23rd, 2018

Longview's defense just needed one stop.

The Lobos had just taken a 35-34 lead over Beaumont West Brook with less than five minutes remaining in the Class 6A Division II state championship Saturday at AT&T Stadium.

On third and 13, La'Ravien Elia delivered a...read more.

LOBOS' ANDERSON CARRIES BALL ACROSS THE GOAL LINE, CITY AND TEAM ON HIS BACK
December 23rd, 2018

Jessie Anderson was quick to deflect praise when asked what it meant to score a touchdown that will be talked about for ages.

Anderson, a record-setting senior fullback, crossed over from two yards out with 4:42 left in the game to give his Longview Lobos a 35-34 lead.

The lead would stand as Beaumont West Brook turned the ball over on ...read more.

SPECIAL TEAM'S PLAY BIG PART IN THRILLING LOBO VICTORY
December 23rd, 2018

Longview head football coach John King called Saturday's win "special.""

And in that "special" victory, special teams played a big role in the outcome.

Those plays didn't always go in favor of the Lobos.

After Longview's first touchdown, the Lobos had a...read more.

LOBOS HAD PLETNY OF OFFENSE BUT 11TH DRIVE WAS KEY
December 23rd, 2018

With their backs to the wall, the Longview Lobos came up with an offensive drive for the ages.

It was Longview's 11th series and proved to be the game-winning march in their 35-34 thriller over Beaumont West Brook in the Class 6A DII state championship game Saturday afternoon at AT&T Stadium.

Haynes King, who threw for 423 yards and two TDs and rushed for 65 yards and a score to earn ...read more.

KAMDEN PERRY SETS STATE RECORD IN LONGVIEW'S TITLE VICTORY
December 23rd, 2018

Kamden Perry already had a place in Longview history. Now, he has a place in Texas history.

Perry was again quarterback Haynes King's favorite target in the Lobos' 35-34 victory against Beaumont West Brook in the 6A D-II state championship game at AT&T Stadium. He made several key plays, including a 77-yard touchdown in the first quarter in which he had to dive at the final second the break the plane.

Perry finished with eight catches for ...read more.

LONGVIEW RALLIES BY BEAUMONT WEST BROOK FOR FIRST STATE TITLE IN 81 YEARS
December 23rd, 2018

It had been 81 years since the Longview Lobos could call themselves state football champions.

That was until Saturday night.

Longview ended a drought that pre-dated World War II, coming from behind to defeat Beaumont West Brook, 35-34, before ...read more.

GREEN IS GOLD: LOBOS DEFEAT BRUINS TO WIN FIRST STATE CHAMPIONSHIP IN 81 YEARS
December 23rd, 2018

After knocking and knocking and knocking on the doorstep of bringing home a state championship, the Longview Lobos kicked the door down on Saturday.

Behind a gritty effort from the Longview offense and an even more gutsy effort from the Lobo defense, Longview claimed the Class 6A, Division II state championship and a perfect 16-0 season with a 35-34 win over Beaumont West Brook on Saturday at AT&T Stadium.

Longview brings home its first state championship since ...read https://lobohistory.com.