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6A DII RII Area Round: Longview vs Dallas Jesuit

Longview Lobos (11-0) vs Dallas Jesuit Rangers (7-4)  

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  1. 1. Who wins?

    • Longview in a blow out
    • Longview in a close one
    • Dallas Jesuit in a close one
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LONGVIEW LOBOS (11-0) VS DALLAS JESUIT RANGERS (7-4)


DATE: Friday, November 22nd, 2019
TIME: 7:30 PM PM
LOCATION: John E Kincaide Stadium in Dallas, Texas
LONGVIEW BROADCAST: 106.5 FM JACK FM
DALLAS JESUIT BROADCAST: 770 AM KAAM

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The Lobos have a 4-0 lead when the game is a non-district contest.
The two schools have never played a district contest.
The Lobos have a 3-0 lead when the game is a playoff contest.
The Lobos have a 3-0 lead when the game is played at a neutral location.
The Lobos have a 2-0 lead when the game is played at Longview.
The Lobos have a 2-0 lead when the game is played at Dallas Jesuit.
Longview has won the last seven meetings with the Rangers.
The Lobos have a 1-0 lead when the game is played at John E. Kincaide Stadium.
The two schools have never played on November 22nd.

LAST FIVE GAMES IN SERIES
11.25.2017 - Longview 75, Dallas Jesuit 43 - John E. Kincaide Stadium
11.24.2012 - Longview 57, Dallas Jesuit 25 - Wildcat-Ram Stadium
11.20.2004 - Longview 44, Dallas Jesuit 14 - Lion Memorial Stadium
09.05.1975 - Longview 27, Dallas Jesuit 0 - Lobo Stadium
09.06.1974 - Longview 28, Dallas Jesuit 0 - Haggar Stadium
FULL GAME LOG

GAME PREVIEW & SERIES REVIEW
And so we meet again. For the second time in three years, the Lobos and Rangers meet at John E. Kincaide Stadium in the Area Round of the playoffs. In that meeting, the Lobos and Rangers combined for 1,238 total yards and 118 points. While Jesuit’s attack was through the air, 433 yards and 51 pass attempts, Longview did their damage on the ground with 462 rushing yards. The Lobos completed 7 passes on just 7 pass attempts and rolled up 75 points on the Jesuit defense on just 36 offensive snaps. The star for Jesuit that day was Parker Towns, but EJ Smith tallied two scores that afternoon, while Longview’s Haynes King returns after throwing three touchdowns and accounting for 234 total yards on the day. The two programs meet for the eight time because of both teams dominating performance in the first round. Longview started their defense of the 6A Division II State Title with a 41-10 beat down of Temple at Lobo Stadium. Longview rolled up 537 yards on the Wildcats, while holding the vaunted Temple offense to just 218 yards on the night. The Wildcats had not had a game all season below 490 yards.  Jesuit hosted Lakeview Centennial and rushed for 342 yards on the night, and accounted for 404 total yards, in a 45-14 beat down of the Patriots. The Lobos come into Friday’s contest against Jesuit holding the state’s longest winning streak at 27-game. The Lobos tied John Tyler’s 27-game winning streak, from 1994 to 1995, on Friday night, tying the longest winning streak in 6A/5A East Texas History. The Lobos and Rangers come into Kincaide Stadium, or better known as Lobo West to Longview fans, meeting for the 8th time. The Lobos have dominated the entire series against the Rangers, a series that dates back to 1972. The two programs met four years in a row in non-district action between 1972 and 1975, where the Rangers did not tally a single point. The closest contest was a 1973 Lobo victory at Lobo Stadium, 14-0. The two programs did not meet again until 2004 in the Area round, when the Rangers switched from a TCIL schedule and joined the UIL. The Rangers had lost just one game that season as they walked into Lion Memorial Stadium in Ennis. After a lengthy delay due to rain, the Lobos rushed for 513 yards to introduce Jesuit to the big boys and handed Jesuit a 44-14 beatdown. Jesuit and Longview met again in the Area round in 2012, this time at Wildcat-Ram Stadium in Richardson. While the Rangers were able to be competitive for a half and lead the Lobos 19-14 in the second half, the Lobos dominated the rest of the way and defeated the Rangers, 57-25. Tory White’s 99-yard rush for a score is the best thing Lobo fans remember from that contest. The last meeting came in 2017. Meeting at Kincaide Stadium, Lobo Stadium West has become a huge home for the Lobos under John King through out their playoff runs. Longview has run out an 11-0 record at Kinciade, and a 10-0 playoff record, dating back to 2007. It’ll be a big showdown on Friday night between the Lobos and Rangers.

CLASS 6A DIVISION II REGION II BI-DISTRICT RESULTS:
Dallas Jesuit 45, Garland Lakeview Centennial 14
Longview 41, Temple 10
Austin Vandegrift 14, Cypress Bridgeland 13
Klein Collins 37, Spring DeKaney 6
McKinney 13, Garland Naaman Forst 10
Waco Midway 35, Tyler Lee 7
Tomball Memorial 49, Cedar Park Vista Ridge 43
Spring Westfield 41, Klein Cain 15

CLASS 6A DIVISION II REGION II AREA GAMES:
11/22 - W9 Dallas Jesuit (7-4) vs W11 Longview (11-0) - John E Kincaide Stadium (Dallas)
11/22 - W13 Austin Vandegrift (11-0) vs W15 Klein Collins (10-1) - Monroe Stadium (Austin
11/22 - R9 McKinney (7-4) vs W12 Waco Midway (8-3) - Newsome Stadium (Mansfield)
11/22 - W14 Tomball Memorial (10-1) vs W16 Spring Westfield (10-1) - Sheldon ISD Stadium (Houston)TBD (TBD)

WHAT’S AT STAKE:
The winner of today’s game will take on the winner of Austin Vandegrift vs Klein Collins in the Class 6A Division II Region II Regional Round match up.

LONGVIEW LOBOS
Record: 11-0 (6-0)
District: 11-6A
Coach: John King (178-36 in 16 seasons) (Playoffs: 41-14)
First Year of Football: 1909
All-Time Record: 740-345-52 (Playoffs: 70-41-1)
Playoff Appearances: 45
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 - Win 49-7
11.08 - at Mesquite - Win 49-14
11.15 - Bi-District: Temple - Win 41-10
11.22 - Area: Dallas Jesuit

DALLAS JESUIT
Record: 7-4 (5-2)
District: 9-6A
Coach: Brandon Hickman (68-37 in 9 seasons) (Playoffs: 7-8)
First Year of Football: 1942
All-Time Record: 475-324-19 (44-28-1)
Playoff Appearances: 45
Last Playoff Appearance: 2017, 6A Division II Area Round
State Championships (20): 1954 (TCIL), 1956 (TCIL), 1957 (TCIL), 1958 (TCIL), 1959 (TCIL), 1960 (TCIL), 1967 (TCIL), 1974 (TCIL), 1975 (TCIL), 1978 (TCIL), 1982 (TCIL), 1986 (TCIL), 1987 (TCIL), 1990 (TCIL), 1991 (TCIL), 1993 ITCL), 1995 (TCIL), 1997 (TCIL), 1998 (TCIL), 1999 (TCIL)
State Championship Appearances (28): 1953 (TCIL), 1954 (TCIL), 1955 (TCIL), 1956 (TCIL), 1957 (TCIL), 1958 (TCIL), 1959 (TCIL), 1960 (TCIL), 1961 (TCIL), 1964 (TCIL), 1967 (TCIL), 1968 (TCIL), 1973 (TCIL), 1974 (TCIL), 1975 (TCIL), 1977 (TCIL), 1978 (TCIL), 1979 (TCIL), 1982 (TCIL), 1986 (TCIL), 1987 (TCIL), 1988 (TCIL), 1994 (TCIL), 1995 (TCIL), 1996 (TCIL), 1997 (TCIL), 1998 (TCIL), 1999 (TCIL)
SCHEDULE:
08.30 - at Arlington - Loss 38-28
09.06 - vs DeSoto - Loss 55-27
09.13 - at Wylie - Win 31-10
09.20 - vs Plano West - Win 38-3
09.26 - at McKinney Boyd - Win 40-21
10.11 - vs Prosper - Win 41-14
10.18 - at Allen - Loss 58-33
10.25 - vs Plano - Win 34-26
11.01 - at McKinney - Loss 24-21
11.08 - vs Plano East - Win 41-34
11.15 - Bi-District: Garland Lakeview Centennial - Win 45-14
11.23 - Area: Longview

ON THIS DATE IN LOBO HISTORY: November 22nd
In 1935, Gladewater defeated Longview, 6-3, however two ineligible players by the Bears (a substitute halfback and their starting quarterback) forced Gladewater to forfeit giving Longview a 2-0 victory.
In 1945, Joe Young scored three times, Bobby Dill returned a kickoff 85 yards for a score while the Lobo defense held the Bears to just 116 yards on the day as Longview steamrolled Gladewater, 39-7, at Bear Stadium.
In 1951, Dick Nash rushed in from two yards out in the third quarter to tie the game, but Marshall's 46 pass reception by Jimmy Moore in the 4th quarter gave Marshall a 14-7 victory over Longview at Maverick Stadium.
In 1963, four different Panthers tallied scores, including a 32-yard reception by Robin Welch and a 55-yard run by David Paulette to give the Panthers a 28-6 victory over Longview at Panther Stadium. Rusty Musser scored Longview’s only tally in the 4th quarter, a 47-yard run.
In 1974, Leo McCoy scored twice, and Steve Gaddis added the other Longview tally but it wasn’t enough as Plano’s Tony Wallis scored from 8 yards out with 8 minutes to play in the 4th quarter to lift the Wildcats to a 28-21 victory at Rose Stadium.
In 1986, Jimmy Smith rushed in from two yards out, the Lobo defense forced a safety and Alonzo Adams returned an interception for a score in the 3rd quarter to lift Longview to a 14-7 victory over Conroe McCullough at the Astrodome in the Area Round.
In 1997, Fred Talley, Shawn Byrdsong and Jay Hurst all tallied for Longview as the Lobos knocked off Plano East, 21-10, at Texas Stadium in the Area Round. The Lobos forced three turnovers on the day to bring home the victory.
In 2014, Longview fell behind 16-0 early in the second quarter, came back to take a 21-16 lead late in the same quarter before ultimately falling to the Mansfield Lake Ridge Eagles at Rose Stadium, 37-35. Jett Duffey’s Eagle rung up a program worst for the Lobo defense, 579 yards on the night, but a missed field goal from 49-yards out in the pouring rain as time ran out was the nail in the coffin. In 2013, McKinney Boyd jumped out to a 10-7 halftime lead, but Longview jumped right back with 20 unanswered points in the third quarter as the Lobos knocked off the Broncos, 27-10, at Wildcat-Ram Stadium in Richardson. Travis Howard’s 25-yard fumble return for the score finished the day on a very chilly Saturday afternoon.

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Jus for clarification, does Lobo hate Jesuit? Or just merly dislike them? Need to know what page we all on.. For reference an all,dont wanna come on too strong or nuthin.. 

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1 hour ago, upullinmychain said:

Jus for clarification, does Lobo hate Jesuit? Or just merly dislike them? Need to know what page we all on.. For reference an all,dont wanna come on too strong or nuthin.. 

Is there even dislike? I dislike armadillo tabasco and Doughknot WestButt way more, and I don't hate them. We just played them 2 years ago so some familiarity. 

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1 hour ago, BigSash09 said:

Is there even dislike? I dislike armadillo tabasco and Doughknot WestButt way more, and I don't hate them. We just played them 2 years ago so some familiarity. 

Yeah, I hate "Tabasco" and Westbrook as well. Lol!

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Expect this one to go about the same as Temple. 

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First post updated. Will get game story updated tomorrow.

Only location missing for area round games is the Westfield/Memorial game.

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9 hours ago, upullinmychain said:

Jus for clarification, does Lobo hate Jesuit? Or just merly dislike them? Need to know what page we all on.. For reference an all,dont wanna come on too strong or nuthin.. 

I don't think people in Longview even give Jesuit a second thought lol. Not a single game against them, even in the 70s, has ever been competitive.

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So, even with a broke hand last night, EJ Smith played and tallied three touchdowns.

Longview played Smith two years ago in his sophomore season at Kincaide. Though, they don't. have a QB to match what Parker Towns did against us.

We'll see, but I think it'll be a lot like what we've seen the last couple weeks. They have absolutely zero speed compared to us.

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6 hours ago, Quick said:

Yeah, I hate "Tabasco" and Westbrook as well. Lol!

You mean westshook! 

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22 minutes ago, LoboFan07 said:

So, even with a broke hand last night, EJ Smith played and tallied three touchdowns.

Longview played Smith two years ago in his sophomore season at Kincaide. Though, they don't. have a QB to match what Parker Towns did against us.

We'll see, but I think it'll be a lot like what we've seen the last couple weeks. They have absolutely zero speed compared to us.

Temple showed last night how to beat the Lobo defense: have a legit Division I recruit wideout who's about 6'5" and throw 50-50 balls to him and hope he makes great plays. 

No RB is gonna to beat this defense by himself. I don't care who his daddy is. 

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3 minutes ago, AKA said:

Temple showed last night how to beat the Lobo defense: have a legit Division I recruit wideout who's about 6'5" and throw 50-50 balls to him and hope he makes great plays.

Legit made me lol.

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5 minutes ago, LoboFan07 said:

Legit made me lol.

I won't lie, if we had to play against Haynes King and Jaxson Smith and Quentin Johnston and Bo Jackson from Tecmo Bowl...    man, we'd be in trouble.  :D 

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I have no idea why his dad would let him play against Longview with just having surgery on his hand...the kid is going to Ohio State and this game is already decided....no way I would risk it

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Just realized I had already done the On this Day for Saturday the 23rd. Will fix that this evening!!

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Wolves by a lot

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I’m gonna go with 49-7. Longview’s speed is way too much for the Rangers, as we’ve seen numerous times in the past. Longview’s defense has also shown how special they are. 

Can’t see Jesuit putting up much of a fight tbh.

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This is off topic, but I’ve notice in other thread with Westfield, mainly a north shore fan here or there. Seems to me they are dismissing Longview as the favorite in D2 and are all about Westfield. I know they are Houston untied, but damn lets them not fool there selfs, Longview is still the top dog in D2 until proven otherwise and one of best in state! I think and I know this is “If” we make it and play Wf, we may be close but think we  separate ourselves from them with coaching, qb play and a slightly better defense!

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