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WEEK THREE: LONGVIEW VS SOUTH OAK CLIFF
September 9th, 2016

Next Game: Longview will take on the South Oak Cliff Golden Bears from Lobo Stadium in the 6th meeting between the two schools, at 7:30 PM on Friday, September 9th.

The Lobos lead the all-time series by a 4-0-1 count. Longview won the last meeting, in 1991, by a 30-0 scoreline.

You can view this week’s game thread and full game preview by……clicking here.

GAME PREVIEW: GOLDEN BEARS AT LOBOS
September 9th, 2016

Time: 7:30 p.m., tonight

Stadium: Lobo Stadium, Longview

Coaches

Longview: John King

South Oak Cliff: Jason Todd ……read more.

LOBOS READY FOR FESTIVE HOME OPENER
September 8th, 2016

Home sweet home.

Tonight, for the first time since October 2015, Longview will take the field at Lobo Stadium.

"It's nice to play a game here," Longview head coach John King said after the Lobos opened the season with road trips to Lufkin and Marshall. "I'm sure it'll be a ……read more.

LOBOS PREP FOR HOME OPENER VS BEARS
September 5th, 2016

After opening the season with trips to Lufkin's Abe Martin Stadium and Marshall's Maverick Stadium, Friday's home opener with Dallas South Oak Cliff is a welcomed one for the Lobos.

For the first time in 2016, Longview is back at Lobo Stadium on Friday, a night that includes ……read more.

RESPECT AT THE CENTER OF RIVALRY
September 5th, 2016

There's a key ingredient that often gets overlooked in a rivalry.

There will be wins, which will bring on big celebrations. There will be losses, which can leave a bitter taste.

There's the smack talk, the preparation, the buildup, the hype and then ……read more.

LONGVIEW BY THE NUMBERS: WEEK TWO
September 3rd, 2016

Staff writer Hayden Henry takes a by-the-numbers look at Longview's 56-7 win at Marshall on Friday night:

49: Friday night marked the biggest points difference in a ……read more.

LOBOS DOMINATE MAVS ON HOME TURF, 56-7
September 3rd, 2016

Longview hit the gas and didn’t let up on Friday night.

It was 21-0 Lobos after the first quarter.

Longview, a year after Marshall snapped a 14-game losing streak to the Lobos, returned to Maverick Stadium and throttled to a 56-7 win to pull to .500 on the young season.

Kendrevian White, who made his offensive debut a year ago against the ……read more.

WEEK TWO: LONGVIEW VS MARSHALL
September 2nd, 2016

Next Game: Longview will take on the Marshall Mavericks from Maverick Stadium in the 106th meeting between the two schools, at 7:30 PM on Friday, September 2nd.

The Lobos lead the all-time series by a 58-42-5 count. Marshall won the last meeting, in 2015, by a 28-25 scoreline.

You can view this week’s game thread and full game preview by……clicking here.

LONGVIEW, MARSHALL MEET FOR 106TH TIME
September 2nd, 2016

Moments before the scoreboard hit zero, 14 years had become a distant memory.

Long after the crowd, which rushed the field like they were celebrating a new millennium, had dispersed and the stadium lights faded to black, the scoreboard shown through the October night for all to see.

28-25.

The Marshall Mavericks, for the first time since……read more.

GAME PREVIEW: LOBOS AT MAVERICKS
September 2nd, 2016

Time: 7:30 p.m., tonight

Stadium: Maverick Stadium, Marshall

Coaches

Longview: John King

Marshall: Clint Harper ……read more.

LUFKIN PULLS AHEAD OF LONGVIEW, 35-24
August 27th, 2016

When it comes to Longview and Lufkin, the outcomes – particularly of late – have come down to a handful of plays and down to the wire.

After trading blows through 36 minutes of action for a deadlock after three quarters, those few plays showed up.

With the scoreboard reading 21-21 heading into the fourth quarter at Abe Martin Stadium, the Lufkin Panthers took advantage of a ……read more.

WEEK ONE: LONGVIEW VS LUFKIN
August 26th, 2016

Next Game: Longview will take on the Lufkin Panthers from Abe Martin Stadium in the 79th meeting between the two schools, at 7:30 PM on Friday, August 26th.

The Lobos lead the all-time series by a 38-36-4 count. Longview won the last meeting, in 2015, by a 31-10 scoreline.

You can view this week’s game thread and full game preview by……clicking here.

LUFKIN TO TEST YOUNG LOBOS IN SEASON OPENER
August 26th, 2016

With tonight's season opener barreling at them, the heat was on – and hung in the air thick as the August-in-Texas temperatures returned – for the Lobos' practice on Wednesday at Lobo Stadium.

One of the final tune-ups, a session full of final teaching and corrections, Kendall Starling pulled aside a young teammate after a miscue, showed him a few things and patted him on the head.

He'd been……read more.

GAME PREVIEW: LOBOS AT PANTHERS
August 26th, 2016

Time: 7:30 p.m., tonight

Stadium: Abe Martin Stadium, Lufkin

Coaches

Longview: John King

Lufkin: Todd Quick……read more.

PREP BEGINS FOR LUFKIN
August 22nd, 2016

Monday featured a lot of moving parts in more ways than one.

The return to school, first of all, and then a shift in practice with an opponent in site.

"It was a typical first day of school and that always adds a new dimension," head coach John King said. "We're all headed in the right direction and……read more.

KING: IT GETS REAL FRIDAY
August 20th, 2016

If you're in need of getting battle-tested, Longview head coach John King simply says there's no better place to do so than Abe Martin Stadium.

That's what lies ahead in the immediate future for King and the Lobos, who capped the preseason Friday night with their lone preseason scrimmage at home against Pine Tree.

Now, the battle begins as the Lobos shift their focus to a……read more.

WILEY'S WAIT IS OVER; SENIOR TAKES REINS
August 20th, 2016

Before he even took a snap under center at Foster Middle School, Gaylon Wiley knew he wanted to be a quarterback for the Longview Lobos.

Now, as he begins his senior season, Wiley's wait is over.

"For me, it's been a long-time coming," Wiley said. "It means a lot to be, as a senior, to be the……read more.

SCRIMMAGE DETAILS SET FOR FRIDAY
August 16th, 2016

The details are finally set in stone for the Lobos' scrimmage with Pine Tree.

After a few changes, the two will meet at 7 p.m., Friday at Lobo Stadium.

Beginning at 5 p.m. in Gladewater, the Lobo freshmen (grass fields) and junior varsity (Jack V. Murphy Stadium) will scrimmage……read more.

LOBOS FOCUS REMAINS IN HOUSE HEADING INTO SCRIMMAGE
August 15th, 2016

The countdown is dwindling.

A season-opening date at Lufkin and, a few weeks later, the return to Class 6A has been all the talk for the Lobos ... for everyone except the team.

"Our focus has been to control what we can control and, I'll tell you this, our focus has been on us," Longview head coach John King said. "Yes, the days are……read more.

LOBOS WRAP UP FIRST WEEK IN PADS
August 14th, 2016

Longview wrapped up its first week of fall practice Friday, the first day in pads.

There were 210 players, including 67 freshmen, who reported to practice this week, according to head coach John King.

Longview and Pine Tree varsity squads will scrimmage at……read more.

LONGVIEW EMBRACES CHALLENGE OF MOVING UP TO 6A
August 9th, 2016

The Lobos have seen this movie before.

Following a successful run playing down in classification, Longview will once again re-ascend to the state’s largest grouping.

The Lobos, which toiled in Class 5A in each of the last two seasons, are back in……read more.

LOBOS HIT THE FIELD FOR FALL PRACTICE
August 8th, 2016

The Lobos had to wait a little bit longer for football to return on Monday.

A few minutes after hitting the practice field, weather in the area forced the team into the turf room, where the wait game began.

After nearly an hour, practice finally began inside……read more.

LOBOS READY TO GET BACK ON THE FIELD
August 6th, 2016

t's been an emotional rollercoaster of a summer for the Longview Lobos.

There's been highs, a strong showing for summer workouts, and the lows, a tragic accident involving two recent graduates and teammates.

While the healing process in an ongoing one, head coach John King sees Monday's return of ……read more.

FORMER LOBO COACH HUDSPETH REMEMBERED FOR CHARACTER
August 6th, 2016

Tommy Hudspeth stressed character above anything else, according to former player Johnny Vaughn.

"He was one of the finest men that I was ever around," Vaughn recalled.

Hudspeth, who guided the Longview Lobo football teams for four……read more.

FOOTBALL, FAMILY BRING HEALING
June 16th, 2016

His smile was infectious, matched only perhaps by his determination and fight on the field.

A competitor and a warrior, he had a knack for wiping the smile off the opposition's face, often thwarting or shutting down whatever or whoever stood in the way.

"That smile ... ," said Longview head coach John King. "I'll never forget that. He was……read more.

NOTES FROM LONGVIEW'S GREEN/WHITE GAME
May 17th, 2016

Roshodrick Harmon wasted little time showing the move to cornerback is strong one by appearing out of nowhere for a PBU on the first play of the day. Harmon appears to have packed on some weight this offseason.

From there, the offense failed to gain traction with a quick stop on a run up the middle, followed by a dropped pass for the first reset.

Enter Kendrevian White. His first carry of the day went for 20 yards. He was a bull all day, as he has been throughout the spring. With White at……read more.

LONGVIEW WRAPS UP SPRING DRILLS
May 17th, 2016

There was a buzz in the locker room and in the stands Tuesday as football returned to Lobo Stadium.

Capping off the spring practice slate, the Lobos took the field for the annual Green-White Game in front of a large contingent of fans on hand to get a glimpse of the 2016 team.

After three weeks of a heavy practice load, Tuesday was about the……read more.

LOBOS TO CLOSE SPRING WITH GREEN/WHITE GAME
May 16th, 2016

ne day won't make or break you.

That was Longview head coach John King's final message to the Lobos on Monday as they wrapped the final spring practice heading into today's annual Green-White Game.

But today's annual intrasquad scrimmage will set the stage heading into the summer and, come August, the……read more.

FORMER COACH COX INDUCTED INTO HALL OF HONOR
February 22nd, 2016

Protruding out of the grass on a hot, spring day as the Lobos went through their spring bootcamp, his players, jogging in formation, saw it.

Doug Cox, back peddling ahead of the back, didn't see it.

"They all saw this concrete block, in between the track and the field, that was an electrical outlet," Cox recalled. "Well I was going backwards, hit that thing, rolled over and right back on to my feet.

"They all got a laugh out of hit. I didn't see them laugh at the time but they sure did get a kick out of it."

It was 1974, Cox's first year as the head football coach at Longview and the first year of……read more.

LOBOS PLACED IN DISTRICT 11-6A
February 1st, 2016

Continuing a trend of bouncing back-and-forth between the state's largest classification, Longview once again will compete with the big schools after the official release of the University Interscholastic League's biennial redistricting Monday.

Longview High School will complete athletically in the new District 11-6A, joining Mesquite and Rockwall ISDs out of Dallas, as well as both Tyler ISD schools: John Tyler High School and Robert E. Lee High School (Tyler Lee).

The move was expected as the ……read more.