Purchase an ad in the 2019 Lobo Football program
Booster club will meet April 30 in press box
The Longview Lobo Football Booster Club will meet 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 30, in the Lobo Stadium Press Box. New officers will be elected. All booster club members are encouraged to attend.
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
Championship ring ceremony set for April 4
The 2018 Class 6A, Division II state champion Longview Lobos will receive their championship rings in a ceremony at 11 a.m. Thursday, April 4, in Lobo Coliseum. The event is open to the public. Longview finished a 16-0 season with a 35-34 win over Beaumont West Brook in December to bring home its first football state championship in 81 years.
Dean signs resolution honoring Lobos' championship
State Rep. Jay Dean filed a resolution congratulating the Longview Lobos following their state championship win. Dean represents District 7, which encompasses Gregg and Upshur counties. He is also the former mayor of Longview. The game was played in front of 48,000 fans at AT&T Stadium in Arlington on December 22, 2018. Watch KLTV video
Lobos sweep all-state football awards
The Lobos swept the top awards in Class 6A in the Collin Street Bakery/Texas Sports Writers Association All-State Football Team for 2018, earning Player of the Year honors on both sides of the ball and Coach John King winning Coach of the Year. Read LN-J story
It wasn't easy, but no game in the state semifinals is supposed to be easy. Longview survived a fourth quarter comeback by Tascosa, who recovered a late on-side kick and scored quickly. Longview held on to defeat the Rebels, 45-42, at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. With the win, the 2018 Lobo team (15-0) is the first Longview team to earn 15 wins in a season in school history. Read LN-J game story
No booster club meeting this month (April)
The Longview Lobo Football Booster Club will not meet in the month of April. Check back for updated meeting schedules.
Longview shuts out talented Spring Westfield, 14-0
The Lobos scored once in the third quarter and once in the fourth to blank the Spring Westfield Broncos, 14-0, Dec. 8 at Waco ISD Stadium. The Lobo defense was in full throttle, handing the Mustangs their first game to score zero points. Read LN-J game story
Longview knocks off undefeated Vandergrift Vipers
The Lobos built a sizable lead in the second half to hand the Vandergrift Vipers their first loss of the season Dec. 1, 56-28, at McLane Stadium in Waco. Read LN-J game story
Longview will play Prosper Eagles in area round
Lobos defeat Copperas Cove, 70-22, in first playoff
Longview (11-0) put the pressure on Copperas Cove in the first half of play, heading into the locker room at halftime with a 56-0 lead. The Bulldawgs managed to score in the second half, but Longview left little doubt, defeating Copperas Cove, 70-22. Read Longview News-Journal article
Lobos complete 10-0 regular season with win over Mesquite
Longview finished with a 10-0 record after defeating Mesquite, 55-24. Read LN-J game story
Longview will face Copperas Cove at home in first playoff
Longview will face Copperas Cove in the first round of the playoffs set for 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16, at Lobo Stadium. The reserved parking lot for Booster Club members with parking passes will be available this Friday for our home playoff game. Parking passes must be displayed in your windshield as usual for admittance to the reserved parking lot.
Lobos remain unbeaten with 63-14 win over Lee
Longview improves to 7-0 with win over Heath
Longview scored on the first play of the game with a 74-yard touchdown pass from Haynes King to Kamden Perry. That set the tone for a 48-10 victory over Rockwall Heath, pushing Longview to 7-0 on the season. Read LN-J game story I Photos
Lobos win big over Mesquite Horn, 50-3
Longview scored at will in a 50-3 win over district opponent Mesquite Horn Oct. 12. The win improves Longview's record to 6-0 overall and 2-0 in district play. Horn drops to 0-7. Read LN-J game story I Photos
Longview holds on to defeat Rockwall, 42-35
Longview opened up District 11-6A Sept. 28 with a 42-35 win over Rockwall in a back-and-forth contest. Read LN-J story
Show your Lobo pride with new yard signs!
There's a new way to show your Lobo pride. The Lobo Football Booster Club is selling Lobo Alumni and Lobo Football Booster Club Member yard signs for $15 each. They can be purchased in the Lobo Store in the athletics administration building or at Lobo home games.
King puts up big numbers in 56-28 win over Ruston
Longview's Haynes King was 16-of-20 passing for 354 yards and five touchdowns in a 56-28 win over Ruston to move Longview to 4-0. Read LN-J story
Longview rolls past John Tyler Lions, 41-13
Longview held the John Tyler Lions to two field goals in the first half and one touchdown in the second half en route to a 41-13 win to improve to 3-0 on the season. Read LN-J story
Thanks to hard-working booster club members
A big "Lobo" thanks to JoCarol Cox, Tracey Goram-Welch & Regina Lewis for being Super Sellers at the Lobo Store. Also, a BIG thanks to Carole Kessler for ordering fantastic merchandise and to Bill Whitehead & Larry Knutson for always being there.
Lobos handily defeat Marshall Mavericks, 60-14
Longview rolled past Marshall High School in the two schools' 108th meeting Sept. 7 in a 60-14 victory. Read LN-J story
Lobos come from behind to defeat Lufkin, 35-28
In typical Longview vs. Lufkin fashion, Haynes King threw a 44-yard touchdown pass to Kaden Kearby with 1:21 left in the game to put the Lobos ahead, 35-28. On the ensuing Lufkin drive, Longview's Tainique Taylor intercepted a Panther pass to seal a 35-28 win over the Panthers. The win gives Longview 16-straight victories against Lufkin at Lobo Stadium. Read LN-J story
Lobos prepare for televised season-opener vs. Lufkin
The season-opener versus Lufkin Aug. 31 at Lobo Stadium will be aired live in its entirety on Fox Sports Southwest as a part of ‘Texas Football Days.’ The Lobos are gearing up for the season with workouts intensifying. Read LN-J story
LISD enacts clear bag policy for all athletic events
A clear bag policy is now in place for all Longview ISD athletic events. Approved and non-approved types of bags are shown here.
General public can purchase season tickets Aug. 20-24
The general public will have an opportunity to purchase season tickets August 20-24. Season tickets are $40 each. Reserve seating or general admission tickets for out-of town games will be available only during the week of the game. Tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. more info
Booster club thanks all Lobo Kick-Off participants
The Lobo Football Booster Club thanks Pam Brown (LHS cafeteria) & to all the Lobo Football Booster Club volunteers who came out to make this year’s event on Aug. 18 so successful: Becky Beltran, JoCarol Cox, Alicia Farr, Hardy Elkins, Jodie King, Carole Kessler, Larry Knutson, Regina Lewis, Jesus & Marisol Mancha, Oscar Polk, Eric Powell, Don Reeves, Theresa & Robert Rowe, Kaylee Sheffield & Bill Whitehead. Our support starts at the top with Coach King, Coach Hamilton, ALL the Lobo coaches & LHS staff. They make our job so much easier! Go Lobos!
Lobos begin practices in preparation for Lufkin
With less than three weeks remaining before the opening game of the season versus Lufkin, Longview began practices with high hopes for 2018. Read LN-J story
Lobo football booster club will meet Aug. 14
The Longview Lobo Football Booster Club will meet 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 14, in the Lobo Stadium Press Box. All members are invited to attend.
LISD offering free EKG screening Aug. 1 for incoming freshmen
The Longview ISD Athletic Department will offer free EKG (heart screening) tests starting at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 1, at the Lobo Den Athletic Training Room for incoming freshman football players. The screening is free thanks to funding by former Lobo football standout Trent Williams. Future screenings will be offered by LISD for $20 for students who cannot attend the Aug. 1 event.
Lobo Football parent meeting set for Aug. 2
Lobo Football will host a player/parent meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 2, in Lobo Coliseum. The meeting, for grades 9-12, will include information on practice times and dates; team rules and regulations; player expectations; equipment and supplies needed to participate; academics; and NCAA recruitment.
Lobo Footballl youth camp set for July 30 - Aug. 1
Lobo Football camp for students entering grades 1-9 in the fall of August 2018 is set for July 30 - Aug. 1, 2018. Camp will be held from 8:30-11 a.m. each day. Camp fee is $30. Registration will be held 7:30-8:30 a.m. Monday, July 30, in the Longview High School Turf Room. Registration Form & More Info (pdf)
Purchase ad in 2018 Lobo Football program
No football booster club meeting this month
There will be no Lobo Football Booster Club meeting this month. The next meeting is set tentatively for Aug. 14, 2018.
New Lobo Stadium scoreboard will be built this summer
Construction will begin soon for a new scoreboard at Lobo Stadium to replace the one built in 2008. The new board will be 900 square feet and will be funded by the Lobo Football Booster Club and private donations. LN-J article
Green/White Game set for May 14
The Lobo football team began spring drills April 24. The team will practice after school on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays leading up the Green-White Game set for 5 p.m. Monday, May 14, at Lobo Stadium.
Lobos wrap up spring practice with scrimmage
The Lobo football team showcased talent for the upcoming season at its annual Green/White Game May 14 at Lobo Stadium. Longview opens up the season at home versus Lufkin Aug. 31.
Longview announces 2018 football schedule
The Lobos announced the 2018 football schedule featuring five home games and non-district opponents Lufkin, Marshall, John Tyler and Ruston (La.) VIEW 2018 VARSITY SCHEDULE
Brown, Carr named First Team All-State
Longview's Jaylin Brown and Jalen Carr have been named 6A First Team All-State by the 67th Annual Collin Street Bakery/Texas Sports Writers Association. MORE
Next booster club meeting is March 6
There will be no meeting in February. The next Lobo Football Booster Club meeting is set for 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 6, in the Lobo Den's Conference Room.
UIL releases realignment, Lobos remain in 11-6A
The 2018-20 UIL reclassification and realignment was released by the University Interscholastic League Feb. 1. The following is Longview's district 11-6A alignment:
2017 football team honored at annual banquet
Longview Lobo parents and fans celebrated the 2017 football season Jan. 22 with the annual Lobo Football Banquet. Head coach John King and assistant coaches honored standout student-athletes at the banquet in front of 400+ attendees. Longview, who made it to the semifinal state playoffs, will return 28 lettermen for the 2018 season at its Green-White Game set for April 23. Longview will open the 2018 season against Lufkin.
Midway ends Lobo playoff run in semifinals
Waco Midway held on to stay undefeated (15-0) by defeating Longview, 28-26, in the semifinal round Dec. 16 of the 6A, Division II, playoffs in Allen. Longview ends its season at 13-2. Congrats to Longview for an outstanding season. GAME STORY
Lobos will face Midway in fifth playoff round
PLAYOFF TICKET INFO: Tickets for the semifinal playoff (Dec. 16) versus Waco Midway will be sold from Tuesday-Thursday (Dec. 12-14) from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and on Friday (Dec. 15) from 8 a.m. until noon at the LISD Athletic Department. Presale tickets are $5 for students and $10 for adults. All tickets at the gate will be $12. Longview will be the visiting team.
Booster club will not meet in December
The Longview Lobo Football Booster Club will not meet in December. Please check this website for updates on its next meeting.
Lobos edge Lufkin in quarterfinal playoff, 33-32
There were six lead changes in the second half, but Longview managed to pull out a thrilling victory over Lufkin in the quarterfinals of the playoffs, 33-32. LN-J game story
Lobos shock Klein Collins in regional final
Klein Collins came into the game undefeated (11-0) but were defeated by Longview, 30-24, in the third round of the 6A, Division II playoffs Dec. 2 in Waco. LN-J game story
Lobos will face Lufkin in fourth playoff round
Longview (12-1) will face the Lufkin Panthers (11-2) in the quarterfinal round of the 6A, Division II, playoffs 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 9, at Homer Bryce Stadium in Nacogdoches. Longview will be the visiting team.
Quarterfinal round (Dec. 9) playoff ticket info:
Tickets for the quarterfinal playoff (Dec. 9) versus Lufkin at Nacogdoches' Homer Bryce Stadium will be sold from Tuesday-Thursday (Dec. 5-7) from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and on Friday (Dec. 8) from 8 a.m. until noon at the LISD Athletic Department. Pre-sale tickets are $4 for students and $7 for adults. All tickets at the gate will be $10.
Lobos will face Klein Collins in 3rd round
Longview (11-1) will face the Klein Collins Tigers (11-0) in the regional round of the 6A, Division II, playoffs 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 2, at McLane Stadium in Waco. Longview will be the visiting team.
PLAYOFF TICKET INFO: Tickets for the Regional Playoff Dec. 2 versus Klein Collins at McLane Stadium will be sold from Tuesday-Thursday (Nov. 28-30) from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and on Friday (Dec. 1) from 8 a.m. until noon at the LISD Athletic Department. Pre-sale tickets are $4 for students and $7 for adults. All tickets at the gate the day of the game will be $10.
Lobos defeat Jesuit in second playoff round
Longview had several long runs for touchdowns and QB Haynes King was a perfect 6-of-6 with three touchdown passes in a 75-43 defeat of the Jesuit Rangers.
Lobos will face Dallas Jesuit in area round of playoffs
Longview (10-1) will advance to the second (area) round of the 6A, DII, playoffs versus Dallas Jesuit 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 25, at Kincaide Stadium in Dallas. Jesuit defeated Lakeview-Centennial 79-55 in the first round of the playoffs.
Area Playoff Ticket Info:
Pre-sale tickets for the game at Kincaide Stadium will be sold Monday-Tuesday only at the LISD Athletic Office from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Pre-sale tickets are $6 for students and $8 for adults. All tickets at the gate will be $8. Longview will be the home team.
Lobos defeat Westbrook in first round of playoffs, 42-21
Quarterback Haynes King was 5-of-5 in the second half for 162 yards as the Lobos defeated Beaumont Westbrook in the first round of the playoffs Nov. 17. Longview (10-1) will advance to the second (area) round of the 6A, DII, playoffs versus the Jesuit-Lakeview Centennial winner at 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 25, at Kincaide Stadium in Dallas. LN-J story
No booster club meeting this month
The Longview Lobo Football Booster Club will not meet this month.
Lobos roll over Mesquite, 61-3, first playoff is at home
Longview dominated the Mesquite Skeeters, 61-3, Nov. 10 wrapping up the regular season. Longview will face Beaumont Westbrook 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 17, at Lobo Stadium in the 6A, Division II, Region II bi-district playoff. LN-J game story
Lobos clinch No. 1 seed in playoffs with win over Heath
Longview is assured the No. 1 playoff seed and a home playoff game in round one with its dominating win Nov. 3 over Rockwall Heath, 49-7. LN-J game story
Lobos hold on to defeat John Tyler, 28-19
Longview's Jalen Carr intercepted his sixth pass of the season and blocked a field goal attempt late in the game to help the Lobos defeat John Tyler, 28-19, in Tyler Oct. 27. LN-J game story
Longview routs North Mesquite Stallions, 41-7
The Lobos racked up a one-sided victory at home Oct. 20 against district opponent North Mesquite, 41-7, to move to 6-1 overall and 3-1 in district play.
Lobos earn 700th victory with win over Rockwall
Longview's Jalen Carr picked off a Rockwall pass with 2:30 left in the game and Keilyn Williams scored late to seal a victory over Rockwall, 31-21. The victory was the Longview program's 700th win. With the win, Longview improves to 5-1 overall and 2-1 in district play. Read LN-J game story
Next booster club meeting set for Oct. 17
The Lobo Football Booster Club will meet 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17, in the Lobo Stadium press box. All booster club members are invited to attend.
Lobos improve to 1-1 in district with win over Lee
Longview built on a 19-13 halftime lead Sept. 29 to defeat the Tyler Lee Red Raiders, 54-26. Longview's A'Darius Carter scored five rushing touchdowns in the win to improve the Lobos' district record to 1-1 and overall record to 4-1. Lee drops to 0-2 in district and 3-2 overall. LN-J game story
Horn hands Longview first loss of season
Longview turned the ball over six times, losing 52-34 to Mesquite Horn in the District 11-6A opener at Hanby Stadium in Mesquite. Read game story
Lobos upend South Oak Cliff, 38-7
Longview took care of business Sept. 15 to move to 3-0 on the season with a homecoming victory over South Oak Cliff, 38-7. Longview will open district play next week on the road against Mesquite Horn. Read game story
Lobos defeat Marshall in 107th meeting, 41-7
The Lobo defense stymied the Marshall offense, winning the 107th meeting between the two schools, 41-7, at Lobo Stadium Sept. 8 . Read game story
Listen to "Here Come the Lobos"
Listen to the new Lobo theme song, "Here Come the Lobos," by Nashville recording artist Tony Stampley... CLICK HERE
Next booster club meeting set for Sept. 12
The next Lobo Football Booster Club meeting is set for 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12, in the Lobo Stadium press box. All booster club members are encouraged to attend.
Longview upends Lufkin in season-opener, 35-16
Longview junior Keilyn Williams set the tone with a 90+ yard touchdown return on the opening kickoff as Longview defeated Lufkin in the season opener at Lobo Stadium, 35-16. The Lobo defense looked strong for the first game and junior backs Jessie Anderson and Williams put up big numbers against a stout Lufkin defense. Game story
Lobos face Lufkin in season-opener Sept. 1
Longview will face Lufkin 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 1, in the season-opener at Lobo Stadium. This will be the 80th meeting between the two schools and 14th since 2007. Longview holds a 38-37-4 advantage in the series. More info I Zone 2017: 11-6A preview
Scrimmages Aug. 25 at PT moved to morning
The times of the Longview 9th, JV and varsity scrimmages versus Pine Tree on Friday, Aug. 25, at Pirate Stadium have been moved to the morning due to weather concerns. The varsity scrimmage versus Pine Tree has been moved to 9 a.m. The freshman and JV scrimmages will take place at 11 a.m.
Season tickets now on sale to general public
Season tickets are no on sale to the general public at the LISD Athletic Office. MORE INFO
Purchase ad in Lobo Football Program; Deadline is July 11
The Lobo Football Booster Club is selling business ads and personal ads for the upcoming season's football program. Deadline to purchase an ad is July 11. MORE INFO HERE I Download advertising contract form (pdf)
Williams' jersey will be retired May 16
The Longview High School Athletic Department and Lobo Football Booster Club celebrated NFL superstar Trent Williams by retiring his jersey during the Green and White Game May 16 at Lobo Stadium. More
Lobos begin spring workouts
Six Lobos sign letters of intent with colleges
Six standout Lobo football players signed college letters-of-intent Feb. 1: Traveion Webster, University of Louisiana at Monroe; Kendall Starling, Kilgore College; Cameron Quinney, Kilgore College; and Ahmad Farrier, Kilgore College. More
No booster club meeting planned this month
There will be no Lobo Football Booster Club meeting in February. Meetings will resume in March.
Four Lobos will sign with colleges Feb. 1
Six standout Lobo football players will sign college letters-of-intent Feb. 1: Traveion Webster, University of Louisiana at Monroe; Kendall Starling, Kilgore College; Cameron Quinney, Kilgore College; and Ahmad Farrier, Kilgore College. More
Lobo Football Banquet set for Jan. 23
The Lobo Football Booster Club will host the annual Lobo Football Banquet 6:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 23, at Mobberly's Elevation building, located at 625 E. Loop 281 in Longview. Tickets are on sale at the LISD Athletic Office for $10 each. Seating is limited so please get your tickets early. The event will be catered by Dorcheat Seafood & Grill with a menu consisting of smoked pork loin, augratin potatoes, baked beans, mixed salad, rolls, dessert and drinks. If you would like to voluteer to help decorate or set up please call Debbie Knutson at 903-720-8478.
Lobo Football Booster Club meeting is Jan. 10
The next meeting of the Lobo Football Booster Club is set for 6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 10, in the Lobo Den's Conference Room. All Lobo fans are invited to attend.
Six Lobos named First Team All-District
Longview had six players named as First Team All-District players for 11-6A as voted by district coaches: Senior running back Kendrevian White, junior tight end Jaylin Brown, senior offensive linemen Kendall Starling and Cameron Quinney, junior kicker Chris Kessler and senior safety Traveion Webster. View complete list
No football booster club meeting this month
The Lobo Football Booster Club will not meet in December but will resume meetings in 2017. Dates/times will be posted here when available.
Beaumont West Brook scores late to hand Lobos first-round playoff loss, 34-33
Beaumont West Brook scored with less than a minute left in the game to defeat Longview, 34-33, in Beaumont. With the loss, Longview ends its season at 8-3. Read LN-J game story
Lobos defeat Mesquite for share of district title, will travel to Beaumont for bi-district playoff game
Longview won big over Mesquite High School, 62-7, Nov. 4 to earn a share of the district crown with John Tyler, both sitting at 6-1 in district play. The Lobos' first playoff game is against the Division II second seed out of 11-6A, Beaumont West Brook, set for 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11, at Beaumont ISD's Thomas Center. John Tyler is the No. 1 seed and will open the playoffs at home against Lufkin. Read LN-J game story
Booster Club meeting set for Nov. 7
The next Longview Lobo Football Booster Club meeting is set for 7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 7, in the press box. All Lobo fans are invited to attend.
Lobos punch playoff ticket with win over Heath
Longview is assured a playoff spot with its win, 35-21, over Rockwall Heath Oct. 28. Read Longview News-Journal story
JT hands Longview its first district loss, 38-24
The Lobos gave up 17 unanswered points to John Tyler in the second half to hand Longview its first district loss, 38-24, at Lobo Stadium. Read Longview News-Journal game story
Lobos defeat Stallions, move to 4-0 in district
The Lobos got a big road win Oct. 14 over the North Mesquite Stallions, improving Longview's record to (5-1). Longview is the only 11-6A team undefeated in district, sitting at 4-0. The Lobos will face John Tyler (3-1) Friday, Oct. 21, in a big district showdown at Lobo Stadium. Read LN-J game story
Lobos move to 3-0 in district with win over Rockwall, 36-29
With Longview ahead 29-28 with 2:46 left in the game, Rockwall let the Lobos score on a long run to make the score 36-29 and got one last possession to try and score. The Lobo defense held Rockwall in its final possession to win the game 36-29. With the win, Longview improves to 5-1 overall and 3-1 in district play. Read LN-J game story
Dine at Rotolo's Oct. 3 to benefit LISD athletics
The LISD Athletic Department and Rotolo’s Pizzeria have partnered for a fundraiser set for 4-9 p.m. Monday, Oct. 3. Rotolo’s Pizzeria owners, Justin and Heidi Carr, will donate 10% of all sales from this night to the Longview ISD Athletic Department. Money generated will benefit students participating in all LISD athletic programs at the middle school and high school levels. Players and coaches from LISD athletic teams will be in attendance. Rotolo's Pizzeria is located at 3407 N. Fourth Street, Suite 101, in Longview.
Next booster club meeting set for Oct. 11
The Lobo Football Booster Club will not meet in September. The next meeting is set for 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 11, in the press box.
Lobos move to 2-0 in district with win over Lee, 56-35
Longview outlasted district opponent Robert E. Lee Sept. 23 in Tyler, defeating the Red Raiders 56-35. The Lobos (4-1, 2-0) were ahead 35-28 at halftime and only allowed 7 Lee points in the second half. Read LN-J game story
Parking limited in Tyler Friday because of fair
Lobo fans are encouraged to get to the game Friday in Tyler early to allow time to park because of the start of the East Texas Regional Fair. The fair begins Friday just adjacent to Rose Stadium. Some parking in the area costs money to park, but parking along most of the streets is free. View parking info & map
Lobos survive comeback by Horn, defeat Jaguars 47-37
Longview built a 35-10 haltime lead Sept. 16 against Mesquite Horn, but costly turnovers in the second half allowed the Jaguars back in the game. Longview made key plays, however, down the stretch to preserve the 47-37 victory to improve to 3-1 overall and 1-0 in district play. Read LN-J game story
Former Lobo Hasty honored with Big 12 award
Second-year freshman Baylor University running back JaMycal Hasty was named the Big 12 Newcomer of the Week, conference officials announced Sept. 19. Hasty, a redshirt freshman, had 14 carries for 105 yards and a touchdown on the ground and also caught two passes for 26 yards in Baylor’s 38-10 win over Rice. Photo by Brian Pitts. Read article
Lobos upend South Oak Cliff in home opener, 62-14
The South Oak Cliff High School Golden Bears scored the first seven points of the contest Sept. 9 but it was all Longview after that, defeating SOC 62-14 in a game that combined Green Out and Homecoming festivities. Lobo senior QB Gaylon Wiley had a breakout game, completing 7-of-10 passes for more than 200 yards through the air. Read LN-J game story
Lobos defeat Marshall Mavericks, 56-7
Longview put up scores quickly, going up 21-0 after one quarter en route to a 56-7 victory over Marshall Sept. 2. Read LN-J story
Lobos face Mavs for 106th meeting Sept. 2
Longview will travel to face Marshall Friday, Sept. 2, with both schools entering the game at 0-1. Marshall lost its season-opener Aug. 26 to Robert E. Lee High School, 34-7. ETSN Game Preview
Lufkin defeats Lobos in season opener, 35-24
All knotted up at 21 after threee quarters, Lufkin used several big plays in the fourth quarter to hand Longview a 35-24 loss in its season opener at Abe Martin Stadium in Lufkin. Read LN-J story
Lobos travel to Lufkin to open 2016 season
The wait is almost over as Longview travels to Lufkin Aug. 26 to open the season against the Panthers at Abe Martin Stadium. Read LN-J game preview
Lobos wrap up final scrimmage before season begins
After a 1.5 hour delay, Longview finally met Pine Tree in the final scrimmage before the Lobos travel to Lufkin to face the Panthers Aug. 26. Read scrimmage recap by Hayden Henry, LN-J
JV, freshman scrimmage Friday moved to Gladewater
Originally scheduled to scrimmage Pine Tree, the Lobo JV and freshman teams will now scrimmage Whitehouse High School 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 19, at Gladewater's Jack V. Murphy Stadium. The Lobo varsity is still set to scrimmage Pine Tree 7 p.m. Friday at Lobo Stadium. The scrimmages will be a fundraiser for the Texas High School Coaches Association's "Our Day to Shine" benevolence fund for hardship cases. Admission to the scrimmage will be $3 for adults and $2 for students. Ticket stubs from Gladewater will be accepted at Lobo Stadium for the varsity scrimmage.
Football tickets on sale for 2016 season
All season tickets will be $40 for a five-game home schedule. Season ticket-holders were able to renew their tickets Aug. 1-5. Swap Days were Aug. 9-10.
Remaining tickets: Will go on sale to the public from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Aug. 15-19.
After season ticket sales are over: Football tickets will be sold the week of the game: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and 8 a.m. to Noon on Fridays. All tickets for the home side (reserved chair back seats) are $8 in advance or at the gate. General admission tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for students in advance and $6 at the gate. General admission seats are located on the visitor's side next to the Lobo band and Viewettes. More ticket Info Click Here
Next booster club meeting set for Aug. 9
Lobo fans are invited to the next Lobo Football Booster Club meeting set for 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 9, in the Lobo Stadium press box.
Donations being accepted for former Lobo injured in wreck
Former Lobo (senior 2016) Travian Clayborn passed away July 9 as a result of a car wreck. Funeral services for Clayborn were July 16 in Lobo Coliseum. Also in the car was former Lobo Kybrin Sheridan (senior 2016) who was injured. Sheridan is recovering at Parkland Hospital in Dallas but is in need of several surgeries. The Lobo Football Booster Club will accept donations on behalf both. Donations can be brought to the LISD Athletic Office at 201 East Hawkins Pkwy.
Or donations can be mailed to:
Lobo Football Booster Club
303 W. Loop 281, Suite 110, Box 224
Longview, TX 75605
Checks should be made out to the following people: Marcus Sheridan, Father of Kybrin; Teresa Austin, Grandmother of Travian
Lobo Football history book release party set for July 29
The LISD Athletic Department will host a book release party for "Friday Night Howl," the history of the Lobo Football program, by Jeremy Cotham in July. The event is set for 5-7 p.m. Friday, July 29, in the Green Room of the LISD Athletic Office on Hawkins Parkway.
Support the Lobos by buying football program ad
Thank you in advance for your continued support of the Longview Lobo Football Booster Club. The Friday night football program is the booster club's main source of funding to support Lobo football players. Due to substantial state budget cuts, the Lobos need our support now more than ever. Please secure a personal ad or business ad in the 2016 Lobo Football Program. The Lobos greatly appreciate your generous support! The deadline for ads is Friday, July 22, 2016. Late ads will be accepted on a first-come-basis as space allows. Any ad/payment received after July 22 requires an additional 10% to compensate us for fees assessed by the printer. All ads must be received with payment. Program Ad Letter I Program Contract Form (pdf)