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LONGVIEW LOBOS (8-0, 4-0) VS TYLER LEE RED RAIDERS (5-3, 2-2) DATE: Friday, November 2nd, 2019 TIME: 7:30 PM LOCATION: Lobo Stadium in Longview, Texas LONGVIEW BROADCAST: 106.5 FM JACK FM TYLER LEE BROADCAST: 92.1 FM ESPN LOBOS LEAD SERIES 43-14-2 The Lobos have a 2-0 lead when the game is a non-district contest. The Lobos have a 41-14-2 lead when the game is a district contest. The two schools have never played a playoff contest. The two schools have never played at a neutral location. The Lobos have a 22-5-2 lead when the game is played at Longview. The Lobos have a 21-9 lead when the game is played at Tyler Lee. Longview has won the last fourteen meetings with the Red Raiders. Longview is 16-3-2 all-time against Tyler Lee at Lobo Stadium (new). The Lobos have a 1-0 lead when the game is played on November 1st. LAST FIVE GAMES IN SERIES 11.02.2018- Longview 63, Tyler Lee 14 - Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium 09.29.2017 - Longview 54, Tyler Lee 26 - Lobo Stadium 09.23.2016 - Longview 56, Tyler Lee 35 - Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium 10.31.2013 - Longview 63, Tyler Lee 7 - Lobo Stadium 11.02.2012 - Longview 52, Tyler Lee 6 - Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium FULL GAME LOG GAME PREVIEW & SERIES REVIEW The feeling of the 2019 season just getting underway, as turned to the side of things winding down. The Longview Lobos return home to Lobo Stadium for the final time of the regular season this Friday night, as they host the Robert E Lee Red Raiders for Senior Night. The Lobos, 8-0 overall and 4-0 in district play, are fresh off their largest victory of the season in a 55-0 beat down of the North Mesquite Stallions. The win for Longview was their 7th in a row over the Stallions, dating back to 2010. Overall, the Lobos have won 24 games in a row, 24 regular season games in a row and 16 district games in a row. The Lobos return home where Longview holds a 45-1 district record under current head coach John King, having won 17 games in a row. A win against the Lee Red Raiders will clinch Longview's 15th #1 seed in 16 seasons under John King. Tyler Lee (5-3, 2-2) comes into Friday's game with a case of the almosts. Two weeks ago, Tyler Lee held a 14-3 lead heading into the fourth quarter over Mesquite, only to lose that lead in the final 30 seconds and fall 18-14 at Hanby Stadium. This past Friday, the Red Raiders once again held a late lead on Rockwall, but the Yellowjackets overcame the Red Raiders and posted a 35-32 victory with a touchdown in the final two minutes. Lee comes into Friday's contest looking to post their 6th win of the season, clinching just their second winning season since 2009. But the Red Raiders, more importantly, are still looking to clinch a playoff berth, which would be their first since 2014. Longview's 55-0 win over North Mesquite clinched their 19th consecutive post season appearance and 45th overall in program history. The Lobos last missed the post season in 2000, when they posted a 3-7 (1-4) record. Longview and Robert E Lee meet each other for the 60th time on Friday night. The 60 meetings is the 5th most in Longview history. The Lobos, holding a 43-14-2 series lead, have won 14 in a row over their rivals to the west. Longview's last loss came in 2003, when the Lobos dropped an 18-14 decision to Lee after holding a 14-3 halftime lead. In the 16 years since that loss, the Lobos have steamrolled the Red Raiders..especially since 2010. The Lobos have scored 45 or more points in six consecutive meetings, and 50 or more in five consecutive meetings. While it looks like the Red Raiders are much improved from last season, where they dropped a 63-14 decision to the Lobos, they will have to slow down Longview's quick starts at home this year. The Lobos have outscored opponents 80-3 in the first half play through three games this season. It'll be a East Texas shootout this Friday between two strong running games, as the Lobos and Red Raiders battle in meeting #60. WEEK TEN 11-6A SCHEDULE: Tyler Lee at Longview (Lobo Stadium) North Mesquite v. Mesquite Horn (Mesquite Memorial Stadium) Mesquite at Rockwall (Wilkerson-Sanders Memorial Stadium) Rockwall Heath BYE WEEK WEEK NINE 11-6A RESULTS: Longview 55 North Mesquite 0 Rockwall 35 Tyler Lee 32 Rockwall Heath 47 Mesquite Horn 31 Mesquite BYE WEEK DISTRICT 11-6A STANDINGS 1st. Longview (8-0, 4-0) 2nd. Mesquite (7-1, 3-1) 3rd. Rockwall (7-2, 4-1) 4th. Tyler Lee (5-3, 2-2) 5th. Mesquite Horn (2-6, 1-3) 6th. Rockwall Heath (4-5, 1-4) 7th. North Mesquite (2-6, 0-4) DISTRICT 12-6A OVERVIEW This Week - Copperas Cove hosts Killeen Shoemaker. Killeen Ellison faces Killeen. Waco hosts Belton. Waco Midway hosts Temple. Last Week - Belton defeated Killeen Ellison, 14-12. Copperas Cove defeated Killeen Harker Heights, 21-16. Temple defeated Waco, 57-13. Waco Midway defeated Killeen Shoemaker, 35-15. LONGVIEW LOBOS Record: 8-0 (4-0) District: 11-6A Coach: John King (176-36 in 16 seasons) (Playoffs: 40-14) First Year of Football: 1909 All-Time Record: 737-345-52 (Playoffs: 69-41-1) Playoff Appearances: 44 Last Playoff Appearance: 2018, 6A Division II State Championship State Championships (2): 1937 (1A), 2018 (6A D2) State Championship Appearances (5): 1937 (1A), 1997 (5A D1), 2008 (4A D1), 2009 (4A D1), 2018 (6A D2) SCHEDULE: 08.30 - at Lufkin - Win 24-21 09.06 - vs Marshall - Win 53-0 09.13 - at John Tyler - Win 42-0 09.20 - West Monroe (In Shreveport) - Win 17-7 09.27 - vs Rockwall - Win 49-3 10.11 - at Mesquite Horn - Win 44-20 10.18 - vs Rockwall Heath - Win 49-13 10.25 - at North Mesquite - Win 55-0 11.01 - vs Tyler Lee 11.08 - at Mesquite TYLER LEE RED RAIDERS Record: 5-3 (2-2) District: 11-6A Coach: Kurt Traylor (13-15 in 2 seasons) (Playoffs: 0-0) First Year of Football: 1958 All-Time Record: 297-336-20 (Playoffs: 22-17-0) Playoff Appearances: 18 Last Playoff Appearance: 2014, 6A Division I Bi-District Round State Championships (1): 2004 (5A D1) State Championship Appearances (1): 2004 (5A D1) SCHEDULE: 08.30 - at Marshall - Win 27-20 09.07 - v. John Tyler - Win 34-7 09.14 - vs Nacogdoches - Win 35-28 09.20 - at Mesquite Poteet - Loss 19-14 09.27 - at Rockwall Heath - Win 39-34 10.04 - vs North Mesquite - Win 35-17 10.18 - at Mesquite - Loss 18-14 10.25 - vs Rockwall - Loss 35-32 11.01 - at Longview 11.08 - vs Mesquite Horn ON THIS DATE IN LOBO HISTORY: November 1st In 1929, Longview blew out Winnsboro, 46-0, at Lobo Athletic Field in Longview. In 1935, Jack Skipper scored three touchdowns in the first half, and George Black returned a 52 yard interception for a score as the Lobos rolled over Marshall, 40-6, at Maverick Stadium. In 1940, Longview hosted Dallas Woodrow Wilson at Lobo Stadium and walked away with a 6-0 victory. In 1957, Longview’s Douglas Bruner hauled in a 4 yard pass reception for a score to answer Marshall’s Bubba Agnor’s tally as Longview and Marshall battled to a 7-7 tie at Lobo Stadium. In 1963, James Street took the ball and rushed in from three yards out early in the fourth quarter before the Lobo defense held up the rest of the way in a 13-8 victory over Marshall at Lobo Stadium. In 1968, Longview rushed for 349 yards and rushed out to a 35-0 halftime lead before holding on to a 42-12 victory over Marshall Pemberton at Marshall’s Maverick Stadium. The Panthers turned the ball over 8 times on the night. In 1969, Ronnie Davis tallied two scores, while 5 other Lobos scored touchdowns in a 51-6 beat down of Marshall Pemberton at Lobo Stadium. In 1974, Leo McCoy tallied twice, Llewellyn Fambles rushed in from one yard out and Thomas Cook took a 16 yard rush into the end zone in a 29-14 win over Marshall at Maverick Stadium. In 1985, Brian Williams hauled in a 62-yard pass reception for the lone touchdown of the night, as Longview defeated John Tyler, 7-3, at Lobo Stadium. In 1991, John Tyler’s S.A. Barnes took the ball in from one yard out in the only score of the second half as the Lions knocked off Longview, 17-14, at Rose Stadium. The Lobos were stuffed four times inside the five-yard line with under a minute to play. In 1996, Torrey McMiller and Devon Rose each scored twice for John Tyler as Cujo ran all over Longview, 42-7, in the worst loss a Longview squad has ever had at Lobo Stadium. In 2002, Joel Armstrong and Jerrel Williams each scored two rushing scores, while Alex Cammack tacked on a field goal, as the Lobos upset Robert E. Lee, 31-14, at Lobo Stadium. The Red Raiders were held to 203 yards on the night, as the Lobos upset the state’s No. 10 ranked team.
Only two East Texas teams in 6A now. Thought I'd start the new 11-6A thread with spring football starting up. Longview started spring football yesterday. Spring game is set for Tuesday, May 15th. Tyler Lee will start spring football on April 30th. Spring game is set for Friday, May 18th. Others in 11-6A: Mesquite Mesquite Horn North Mesquite Rockwall Rockwall Heath Rockwall and Rockwall Heath begin their SQT 7 on 7 summer this Saturday in Frisco at the Star.
LONGVIEW LOBOS (3-1) VS TYLER LEE RED RAIDERS (2-2) DATE: Friday, September 23rd, 2016 TIME: 7:30 PM LOCATION: Earl Campbell Field at Christus Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium in Tyler, Texas LONGVIEW BROADCAST: Sunny 106.5 FM KOOI TYLER LEE BROADCAST: 92.1 FM ESPN LOBOS LEAD SERIES 40-14-2 The Lobos have a 2-0 lead when the game is a non-district contest before. The Lobos have a 38-14-2 lead when the game is a district contest. The two schools have never played a playoff contest before. The two schools have never played at a neutral location. The Lobos have a 21-5-2 lead when the game is played at Longview. The Lobos have a 19-9 lead when the game is played at Tyler Lee. Longview has won the last 11 contests against the Red Raiders. Longview is 19-9 all-time against Tyler Lee at Rose Stadium (new),winning the last 6 meetings there. Longview is 2-0 when the game is played on September 23rd. LAST FIVE GAMES IN SERIES 10.31.2013 - Longview 63, Tyler Lee 7 - Lobo Stadium 11.02.2012 - Longview 52, Tyler Lee 6 - Rose Stadium 10.28.2011 - Longview 45, Tyler Lee 19 - RoseStadium 10.29.2010 - Longview 28, Tyler Lee 17 - Lobo Stadium 09.05.2009 - Longview 31, Tyler Lee 7 - Rose Stadium FULL GAME LOG GAME PREVIEW & SERIES REVIEW For the 58th time in 56 years, the Longview Lobos meet their red rivals from the Rose City…the Robert E. Lee Red Raiders. The Lobos and Raiders first met in 1960 inside Lobo Stadium, where the Lobos walked away winners in a 47-8 schlacking. The two schools met every yet after that until the 2014 UIL realignment, which saw Longview drop to Class 5A while Lee moved to the newly created Class 6A. While the two schools were meeting on a yearly basis, the Lobos saw a lot of recent success over their Rose City counterparts. Longview has won 11 consecutive against Lee, with their last loss coming in an 18-14 homecoming setback back in 2003. In that contest, the Lobos saw a 14-3 halftime lead vanish in the second half when the Red Raiders scored 15 unanswered. The Red Raiders 2003 win marked the 6th win in 7 meetings between the two schools. It was the most successful run in the series for Lee and it ended a run that saw the Red Raiders win just two games over Longview in the prior 26 seasons. Most of Lee’s success came in the first 12 years of the series. The two schools each traded three game winning streaks over the other in those 12 years. Since then, Longview has run up a 34-8-2 record. The last meeting between the two schools came in 2013, when the Lobos struck for 42 points in the first half (28 in the first quarter) in a 63-7 blow out of the Raiders. Longview rolled up 522 total yards that night, including 270 passing yards. The two schools come into the contest in completely different mindsets. Longview, after suffering an opening week defeat, has rolled off three consecutive wins, including last week’s district opening victory over Mesquite Horn. Tyler Lee, after opening the 2016 season with a surprising 2-0 start, has watched their record fall to .500 after consecutive defeats. The Red Raiders suffered their greatest defeat of the season so far in a 34-7 loss to Rockwall Heath that opened district play. Longview’s win marked John King’s 67th win in 71 district games as head coach of the Lobos. First year head coach Clayton George for Lee fell to 0-1 in district play as head coach of the Red Raiders. Longview returns to Rose Stadium for the first time since their 2015 bi-district playoff victory over Lufkin. The win at Rose Stadium last November marked the 17th win out of their last 18 games held in Tyler. Only Longview’s 2014 area round defeat to Lake Ridge prevents the 100% record. The Lobos are 19-2 at Rose Stadium since their last loss to Tyler Lee in Tyler back in 2002. WEEK FOUR 11-6A SCHEDULE: John Tyler at North Mesquite Longview at Tyler Lee Mesquite vs Mesquite Horn Rockwall vs Rockwall Heath WEEK THREE 11-6A RESULTS: Longview 47 Mesquite Horn 37 Rockwall Heath 34 Tyler Lee 7 Rockwall 59 John Tyler 58 North Mesquite 28 Mesquite 25 DISTRICT 11-6A STANDINGS: 1st. Longview (3-1, 1-0) 2nd. Rockwall Heath (3-1, 1-0) 3rd. North Mesquite (2-2, 1-0) 4th. Rockwall (1-3, 1-0) 5th. John Tyler (3-1, 0-1) 6th. Mesquite (2-2, 0-1) 7th. Mesquite Horn (2-2, 0-1) 8th. Tyler Lee (2-2, 0-1) LONGVIEW LOBOS Record: 3-1 (1-0) District: 11-6A Coach: John King (134-32 in 13 seasons) (Playoffs: 31-12) First Year of Football: 1909 All-Time Record: 689-338-52 (Playoffs: 59-39-1) Playoff Appearances: 42 Last Playoff Appearance: 2015, 5A Division I State Quarterfinal State Championships: 1937 (1A) State Championship Appearances: 1937 (1A), 1997 (5A D1), 2008 (4A D1), 2009 (4A D1) SCHEDULE: 08.26 - at Lufkin - Loss 35-24 09.02 - at Marshall - Win 56-7 09.09 - vs South Oak Cliff - Win 62-14 09.16 - vs Mesquite Horn - Win 47-37 09.23 - at Tyler Lee 09.30 - vs Rockwall 10.14 - at North Mesquite 10.21 - vs John Tyler 10.28 - at Rockwall Heath 11.04 - vs Mesquite TYLER LEE RED RAIDERS Record: 2-2 (0-1) District: 11-6A Coach: Clayton George (2-2 in 1 season) (Playoffs: 0-0) First Year of Football: 1958 All-Time Record: 284-315-20 (Playoffs: 22-17-0) Playoff Appearances: 18 Last Playoff Appearance: 2014, 6A Division I Bi-District Round State Championships: 2004 (5A D1) State Championship Appearances: 2004 (5A D1) SCHEDULE: 08.26 - vs Marshall - Win 34-7 09.02 - at Corsicana - Win 34-21 09.09 - vs Nacogdoches - Loss 24-17 09.16 - at Rockwall Heath - Loss 34-7 09.23 - vs Longview 09.30 - at Mesquite Horn 10.14 - at Mesquite 10.21 - vs Rockwall 10.28 - at North Mesquite 11.04 - vs John Tyler ON THIS DATE IN LOBO HISTORY: September 23rd In 1938, Longview returned to the home of their state championship game just a year prior and held firm as they knocked off Dallas Crozier Tech 14-7 inside the Cotton Bowl. In 1949, the Lobos saw their Tommy Rae touchdown go by the waist side as Paris knocked off Longview 13-6 in Noyes Stadium. In 1955, Tony Rothrock put home two touchdowns before three second half Lobo touchdowns to put the Razorbacks from Arkansas High away by a 39-6 win at Burham Field. The Lobos tallied 326 rushing yards while holding the Hogs to just 87 total. In 1960, Shreveport Byrd absolutely dominated Longview in a 34-0 blow out inside Lobo Stadium. In 1966, the Lobos traveled to Jones-Coward Stadium in Houston and came back with a 15-0 victory over Houston Smiley as Steve Judy’s 82 run in the first quarter was all Longview needed for the win. In 1977, Longview saw a 17-0 first half lead nearly disappear as Galveston Ball’s comeback bid fell just short in a 17-13 Lobo win. Jim Tutt’s field goal followed by Dinky Edwards and Greg Brown touchdowns were all the Lobos could manage on the night. In 1983, the Joe Johnson show went to work in the second quarter followed by a Leon Hendrix 92 yard punt return as the Lobos rolled over Tyler Lee, 29-11. Longview’s defense held the Red Raiders to just 149 total yards on the night. In 1988, Earnest Hunter racked up three first half touchdowns before adding the winning tally in the fourth quarter as the Lobos hung on to dear life in a 28-20 win over the Red Raiders of Tyler Lee. In 1994, despite trailing 24-0 after rate first quarter, Chris Butcher tallied three touchdowns to bring the Lobos back into the contest. But it wasn’t to be as Bryan held on for a 26-20 win. Bryan was held to just 114 total yards on the night and 7 first downs. In 2005, Hurricane Rita was all the news and it could be felt in the air as the Lobos traveled to face Mesquite for the first time since 1989. The game wasn’t as exciting as the hurricane action, as the Lobos rolled up 407 yards while holding the Skeeters to 92 total in a 48-0 victory.