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UIL places Lobos in 5A, Division I, District 7
With the release of the 2020-2022 University Interscholastic League reclassification and realignment, Longview has been placed in 5A, Division I, District 7 with Highland Park, McKinney North, Sherman, John Tyler, West Mesquite and Wylie East. Read LN-J Article

No Lobo Football Booster Club meeting this month
There will be no Lobo Football Booster Club meeting this month (February). Please check back for the next meeting date.

2019 football team honored at annual football banquet
LISD Athletics held its annual banquet this week honoring the 2019 Lobo football team. At the banquet, Tyshawn Taylor and Haynes King were named permanent team captains while Drew Beltran and Kaden Meredith were named the Defensive and Offensive MVPs. All four honors were voted on by the team. Read LN-J Article

Football booster club meeting set for Tuesday, Jan. 14
The Lobo Football Booster Club will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 14, in the Lobo Den's conference room. All booster club members are encouraged to attend!

Dallas Jesuit upsets Longview in area round, 27-25
It just wasn't the Lobos' night. Longview played catch up the entire game and came up just short, losing in the area round to Dallas Jesuit, 27-25. Jesuit running back E.J. Smith rushed for more than 100 yards and scored four touchdowns in the Rangers' victory in the Class 6A, Division II, Region II area round playoff at Kincaide Stadium in Dallas. Longview finishes its season at 11-1. Congratulations to Lobo players, head coach John King and his staff on a great season.

Longview will face Dallas Jesuit in area round Nov. 22

The Lobos will take on Dallas Jesuit Prep (7-4) in a Class 6A, Division II, Region II area round playoff at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Kincaide Stadium in Dallas. Jesuit defeated Lakeview Centennial, 45-14, in the first round of the playoffs. Ticket information is TBA.

Lobos dominate Temple in first-round playoff game
The Longview defense gave up a long touchdown pass on the second snap of the game for the Temple Wildcats, but that ended up being the only touchdown Temple would score. The Lobos ended up defeating Temple, 41-10, Nov. 15 in a Class 6A, Division II, Region II bi-district playoff at Lobo Stadium. Kaden Meredith rushed for more than 200 yards in the game. Read LN-J story

Lobos will face Temple in first-round playoff at home Nov. 15

Longview will open up the playoffs against the Temple Wildcats (8-2, 7-1) in a Class 6A, Division II, Region II bi-district playoff at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15, at Lobo Stadium. Tickets will be on sale this week beginning on Tuesday, Nov. 12, at the LISD Athletic Office. Tickets are $7 for adults and $3 for students. All seating will be general admission at Lobo Stadium.

No booster club meeting wil be held this month
The Longview Lobo Football Booster club will not meet during the month of November. Please check back for the next meeting date.

Lobos complete undefeated regular season for second-straight year

Longview completed an undefeated regular season (10-0) for the second straight year. Read LN-J story

Lobos put up big numbers in second half to defeat Lee

Longview senior defensive back Patrick Webb had two pick-six interceptions in a jQuery18309507211373367488_1572662994854 victory Nov. 1 over the Tyler Lee Red Raiders.

Lobos blank North Mesquite Stallions, 55-0

Longview earned a playoff berth with a 55-0 win over North Mesquite Oct. 25 at Hanby Stadium. Read LN-J story

Longview rolls over Rockwall Heath, 49-13

Longview got all players into action Oct. 18 in a 49-13 victory against Rockwall Heath at Lobo Stadium. Read LN-J story

Lobos run away in second half to defeat Horn, 44-20
Longview junior running back Kaden Meredith rushed for 254 yards in a 44-20 win over Mesquite Horn Oct. 11 at E.H. Hanby Stadium in Mesquite. Read LN-J story

Lobos romp Rockwall in district-opener, 49-3

Longview QB Haynes King scored six times in a 49-3 defeat of Rockwall.

Longview defense shuts out John Tyler, 42-0

Longview had its offensive struggles on the big ESPN2 stage Sept. 12, but came alive after a 0-0 tie after the first quarter. The Lobo defense looked stellar all game, shutting out the John Tyler Lions, 42-0, at CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances Stadium in Tyler.

LOBOS STATE CHAMPIONS, END 81-YEAR DROUGHT

The Lobos ended an 81-year drought, winning LHS' first football championship since 1937 by defeating the West Brook Bruins, 35-34, to claim the 6A, Division II State Championship Dec. 22 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. Read LN-J game story


        
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