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  1. Coldspring is coming off of an impressive and very unexpected game against Diboll. Crockett is coming off of a bye week. Coldspring is very efficient at stopping the run. Good thing we aren't a running football team.. Diboll's QB last night was missing wide open passes against Coldsprings secondary. Passes that our QB will hit. My prediction is Crockett 35 Coldspring 21. Also our new RB from John Tyler will be eligible this game for the first time. From what I'm hearing he's been a complete monster at practice. He's about 6'0 190lbs and runs a 4.39
  2. LONGVIEW LOBOS (4-1, 2-0) AT MARSHALL MAVERICKS (5-0, 2-0) DATE: Friday, October 9th, 2015 TIME: 7:30 PM LOCATION: Maverick Stadium in Marshall, Texas LONGVIEW BROADCAST: Sunny 106.5 FM KOOI MARSHALL BROADCAST: 103.9 FM KMHT LOBOS LEAD SERIES 58-41-5 The Mavericks have a 16-12-2 lead when the game is a non-district contest. The Lobos have a 46-25-3 lead when the game is a district contest. The two schools have never played a playoff contest before. The Lobos have a 1-0 lead when the game is played at a neutral location. The Lobos have a 29-15-3 lead when the game is played at Longview. The Lobos have a 28-26-2 lead when the game is played at Marshall. Longview has won the last 14 games against the Mavericks. Longview is 13-4-0 all-time against Marshall at Maverick Stadium (new), with the Lobos winning the last six meetings there. Marshall has a 1-0-0 lead when the game is played on October 9th. LAST FIVE GAMES IN SERIES 10.10.2014 - Longview 56, Marshall 13 - Lobo Stadium 09.06.2013 - Longview 26, Marshall 14 - Maverick Stadium 09.14.2012 - Longview 48, Marshall 0 - Lobo Stadium 08.26.2011 - Longview 30, Marshall 0 - Lobo Stadium 08.27.2010 - Longview 31, Marshall 9 - Maverick Stadium FULL GAME LOG GAME PREVIEW & SERIES REVIEW Commence the Battle of Highway 80. The Lobos and Mavericks meet on the gridiron for the 105th time, with Marshall’s Maverick Stadium the setting for this potential 15-5A District Championship match up. The Lobos, fresh off their first shutout since 2012 in a 51-0 romping of Greenville, head into Maverick Stadium full of confidence after back to back 51+ point margin victories to open district play. One of those 51+ point margin victories came against crosstown rival Pine Tree as the Lobos defeated Pine Tree two weeks ago 61-6 in Lobo Stadium. That same team, took Marshall down to the wire in last week’s second district game for the Mavs as Marshall struggled all night long before pulling out a 35-28 nail biter. The win improved Marshall to 2-0 in district play, and 5-0 overall for the first time since 1996. The Lobos and Mavericks will meet for the 105th time this coming Friday, and for the 83rd consecutive season…dating back to the 1933 season. And while the series is one of the longest in the state of Texas, the Lobos and Mavericks haven’t exactly been the closest of competitors. In 1968, the Mavericks defeated Longview 20-3 in Lobo Stadium…the following season began a streak that saw the Lobos defeated Marshall 19 consecutive seasons. Following 12 seasons of battling back and forth, the Lobos currently are trying to match the previous streak..holding a 14-game winning streak over the Mavericks that dates back to the 2001 season. During the streak, the Lobos and Mavericks have battled to just four contests that have been decided by two scores or less. Last season, the Lobos defeated Marshall 56-13 inside Lobo Stadium. Marshall hasn’t scored more than three scores on Longview since a 30 point night in 2009 during a 47-30 loss. The 56 points were the most a Longview team has ever scored on a Marshall squad, and just the second time the Lobos have scored 50 on Marshall. Marshall opened the series with an 18-2-2 series lead in the first 22 games from 1909 to 1931. After taking a year off in 1932, the Lobos and Mavs have met every year (82 seasons). In those games, Longview is 56-23-3. Since the original streak started in 1969, the Lobos are 37-8-0 against Marshall. The Lobos also returned to Marshall for the first time since a 26-14 victory over the Mavs in Maverick Stadium. In the new Maverick Stadium, Longview has found it almost as a home away from home…sporting a 13-4-0 record with the first match up happening in 1981 there. The Lobos haven’t lost in Marshall since 2000, where they fell 38-28. Regardless of past games, this week’s game has potential to be for the 15-5A district championship. Marshall has not won a district championship since 2005, while Longview is looking for their 11th district championship in 12 seasons under John King. WEEK SIX 15-5A RESULTS: Greenville 0 Longview 51 Sulphur Springs 30 Mount Pleasant 31 Hallsville 10 Texas High 21 Pine Tree 28 Marshall 35 WEEK SEVEN 15-5A SCHEDULE: Greenville vs Sulphur Springs (T.A. Cotton Ford Stadium) Marshall vs Longview (Maverick Stadium) Mount Pleasant vs Hallsville (Sam Parker Field) Texas High vs Pine Tree (Grim Park at Tiger Stadium) DISTRICT 15-5A STANDINGS 1st. Marshall (5-0, 2-0) 2nd. Longview (4-1, 2-0) 3rd. Texas High (4-1, 2-0) 4th. Mount Pleasant (2-3, 2-0) 5th. Hallsville (2-3, 0-2) 6th. Greenville (1-4, 0-2) 7th. Pine Tree (1-4, 0-2) 8th. Sulphur Springs (0-5, 0-2) LONGVIEW LOBOS Record: 4-1 (2-0) District: 15-5A Coach: John King (124-29 in 12 seasons) (Playoffs: 28-11) First Year of Football: 1909 All-Time Record: 679-335-52 (Playoffs: 56-38-1) Playoff Appearances: 40 Last Playoff Appearance: 2014, 5A Division I Area Round State Championships: 1937 (1A) State Championship Appearances: 1937 (1A), 1997 (5A D1), 2008 (4A D1), 2009 (4A D1) SCHEDULE: 08.28 - vs Lufkin - W 21-20 09.05 - at John Tyler - W 31-14 09.12 - Shreveport Byrd (in Shreveport) - L 22-15 09.25 - vs Pine Tree - W 61-6 10.02 - at Greenville - W 51-0 10.09 - at Marshall 10.16 - vs Texas High 10.23 - at Mount Pleasant 10.30 - vs Sulphur Springs 11.06 - at Hallsville MARSHALL MAVERICKS Record: 5-0 (2-0) District: 15-5A Coach: Clint Harper (29-18 in 3 seasons) (Playoffs: 1-2) First Year of Football: 19102 All-Time Record: 576-449-45 (Playoffs: 37-26-2) Playoff Appearances: 31 Last Playoff Appearance: 2014, 4A Division II Area Round State Championships: 1990 (5A DI) State Championship Appearances: 1990 (5A DI), 2004 (4A DI), 2005 (4ADI) SCHEDULE: 08.28 - at Royse City - W 62-13 09.04 - vs Crandall - W 55-7 09.18 - vs Arkansas High - W 56-28 09.25 - vs Hallsville - W 56-21 10.02 - at Pine Tree - W 35-28 10.09 - vs Longview 10.16 - vs Greenville 10.23 - at Texas High 10.30 - vs Mount Pleasant 11.06 - at Sulphur Springs ON THIS DATE IN LOBO HISTORY: October 9th In 1925, Troup was forced to forfeit a 0-0 tie with Longview after having used an ineligible player. Longview was rewarded with a 2-0 victory. In 1931, Shreveport Byrd humiliated Longview by a 50-0 scoreline. In 1936, Longview knocked off Fort Worth Polytechnic 18-0 inside Lobo Stadium. In 1942, Robert Crowley’s three touchdown night spearheaded Longview to a 42-7 victory over Athens at Lobo Stadium. John Dunaway, Bill Hughes and J.T. Jeffress also added scores for the Lobos. In 1953, Robert Bayliss’ 20 yard touchdown reception from George Myers on the first play of the fourth quarter that ensured a 27-20 victory for the Lobos over Palestine inside Lobo Stadium. George Myers rushed for two touchdowns on the night as the quarterback threw for a then school record 298 yards. In 1959, a last second comeback attempt from Longview fell short as the Lobos fell to West Monroe in Rebel Stadium, 13-7. Douglas Bruner was Longview’s only score on the night on a 33 yard pass in the 4th quarter. The Lobos turned the ball over 5 times on the night in a game that saw Kim Flint’s pass intercepted with 28 seconds remaining that ended any chance of a comeback. In 1964, Longview fell to Houston Smiley, 21-18, in their first ever visit to Jones-Cowart Stadium. In 1970, James Lomax rushed for two touchdowns that saw Jeb Blount added a field goal in the 2nd and David Hiett score in the 3rd quarter as the Lobos rolled over John Tyler 27-8 at Lobo Stadium. Longview’s defense held John Tyler to just 27 yards on the night, including just 5 rushing yards, and grab two safeties in the same game. In 1981, Kenny Frazier rushed for two touchdowns in the first half inside Abe Martin Stadium in the only two scores of the game as Longview knocked off Lufkin, 12-0. In 1987, Ray Allison ran for three touchdowns and Eric Faggett added on two as well as the Lobos rushed for 308 yards rushing on the night in a 50-0 defeat of Nacogdoches. In 1992, LaMarcus White rushed for a 70 yard touchdown in the first quarter and Devin Lawson caught a 40 yard pass in the 3rd as the Lobos knocked off Lufkin 14-6 at Lobo Stadium. In 1998, in arguably the biggest match up between the old foes, the #1 Lobos and #4 Mavericks met at Lobo Stadium in a game that still is talked about to this day. Fred Talley’s 226 yard rushing night wasn’t enough to slow down Kendrick Starling who finished the night with 157 yards receiving behind two touchdowns as well as a kickoff return for a score, as the Mavericks upset Longview 35-28 in double overtime. In 2009, Tyler McCray rushed for three touchdowns behind a 453 total yard night for the Lobo offense in a 44-0 thrashing of Mount Pleasant. It was Longview’s first ever visit to Sam Parker Field and first visit to MP in 81 years.
  3. LONGVIEW LOBOS (3-1, 1-0) AT GREENVILLE LIONS (1-3, 0-1) DATE: Friday, October 2nd, 2015 TIME: 7:30 PM LOCATION: T.A. Cotton Ford Stadium in Greenville, Texas LONGVIEW BROADCAST: Sunny 106.5 FM KOOI GREENVILLE BROADCAST: 105.9 FM KGVL LOBOS LEAD SERIES 2-1-0 The Lobos have a 1-0-0 lead when the game is a non-district contest. The Lobos have a 1-0-0 lead when the game is a district contest. The Lions have a 1-0-0 lead when the game is a playoff contest. The two schools have never played at a neutral location The Lobos have a 2-0-0 lead when the game is played at Longview. The Lions have a 1-0-0 lead when the game is played at Greenville. Longview has won the last two meetings against the Lions. The two schools have never played at T.A. Cotton Ford Stadium before. The two schools have never played on October 2nd before. LAST FIVE GAMES IN SERIES 10.03.2014 - Longview 56, Greenville 7 - Lobo Stadium 10.03.1947 - Longview 16, Greenville 0 - Lobo Stadium 12.07.1934 - Greenville 47, Longview 6 - Phillips Field FULL GAME LOG GAME PREVIEW & SERIES REVIEW A place Longview has not visited in nearly 81 years is the next time for the Lobo district train as they travel to Greenville, home of the Lions. The Lobos and Lions meet for just the fourth time in their history and only the second time ever in Greenville. The last time Longview went to Greenville, they suffered their worst playoff defeat in their history by a 47-6 thrashing from the defending State Champions at the time. At the top of the Texas High School mountain at the time, a lot has changed for the Lions since. After ending a 40-game losing streak last season, the Lions opened the 2015 season with another victory over North Garland. Since, it’s been a lot like 2009-2013 as the Lions are now coming off a 31-21 loss to Mount Pleasant which ended the Tigers own 13-game losing streak. On the flip side, the Lobos enter the contest with a 17-game district winning streak dating back to 2012. The 17 game district winning streak is the 2nd longest in Longview’s history, tied with the 17 games from 1975 to 1977. The longest district winning streak is 36, between 2004 to 2010. The Lobos also won their 32nd consecutive home district game with the 61-6 victory over Pine Tree, dating back to 2004. WEEK FIVE 15-5A RESULTS: Longview 61 Pine Tree 6 Marshall 56 Hallsville 21 Mount Pleasant 31 Greenville 21 Texas High 55 vs Sulphur Springs 21 WEEK SIX 15-5A SCHEDULE: Greenville vs Longview (T.A. Cotton Ford Stadium) Sulphur Springs vs Mount Pleasant (Gerald Prim Stadium) Hallsville vs Texas High (Bobcat Stadium) Pine Tree vs Marshall (Pirate Stadium) DISTRICT 15-5A STANDINGS 1st. Marshall (4-0, 1-0) 2nd. Longview (3-1, 1-0) 3rd. Texas High (3-1, 1-0) 4th. Mount Pleasant (1-3, 1-0) 5th. Hallsville (2-2, 0-1) 6th. Greenville (1-3, 0-1) 7th. Pine Tree (1-3, 0-1) 8th. Sulphur Springs (0-4, 0-1) LONGVIEW LOBOS Record: 3-1 (1-0) District: 15-5A Coach: John King (123-29 in 12 seasons) (Playoffs: 28-11) First Year of Football: 1909 All-Time Record: 678-335-52 (Playoffs: 56-38-1) Playoff Appearances: 40 Last Playoff Appearance: 2014, 5A Division I Area Round State Championships: 1937 (1A) State Championship Appearances: 1937 (1A), 1997 (5A D1), 2008 (4A D1), 2009 (4A D1) SCHEDULE: 08.28 - vs Lufkin - W 21-20 09.05 - at John Tyler - W 31-14 09.12 - Shreveport Byrd (in Shreveport) - L 22-15 09.25 - vs Pine Tree - W 61-6 10.02 - at Greenville 10.09 - at Marshall 10.16 - vs Texas High 10.23 - at Mount Pleasant 10.30 - vs Sulphur Springs 11.06 - at Hallsville GREENVILLE LIONS Record: 1-3 (0-1) District: 15-5A Coach: Marvin Sedberry (76-82-2 in 15 seasons) (Playoffs: 8-8) First Year of Football: 1909 All-Time Record: /-/-/ (Playoffs: 20-16-4) Playoff Appearances: 20 Last Playoff Appearance: 2003, 4A Division I Bi-District Round State Championships: 1933 (1A) State Championship Appearances: 1933 (1A), 1935 (1A) SCHEDULE: 08.28 - vs North Garland - W 21-14 09.04 - at Royse City - L 60-41 09.11 - at Princeton - L 31-14 09.25 - at Mount Pleasant - L 31-21 10.02 - vs Longview 10.09 - vs Sulphur Springs 10.16 - at Marshall 10.23 - vs Hallsville 10.30 - at Texas High 11.06 - vs Pine Tree ON THIS DATE IN LOBO HISTORY: October 2nd In 1925, Tyler ended up forfeiting a 14-0 win over Longview for playing an ineligible player. in 1931, Tyler High rolled up a 35-0 halftime lead before steam rolling in the 2nd half to a 60-0 win over Longview. In 1936, Longview rushed off to a 40-0 victory at Lobo Stadium over Mineola. It was just the 3rd game played at old Lobo Stadium. In 1942, Babin scored on a 16 yard reception in the first half and Sam Fromagus recovered a blocked punt in the end zone as Port Arthur Thomas Jefferson squeaked by Longview 14-6. Robert Crowley’s 74 yard reception in the 4th quarter was Longview’s only score of the night. In 1953, the Lobos suffered a home loss to Corsicana by a 25-14 count. In 1959, Pete Mobbs’ two yard touchdown run in the first quarter was all the Lobos would need to knock off Grand Prairie. Larry Shoemaker and Jerry Earnhardt each returned interceptions for score, while Douglas Bruner and Ray Chancelor also ran in markers as the Lobos rolled to a 32-0 victory over the Gophers. The win was Longview’s 6th in a row. In 1964, Gerald Carney’s 27 yard field goal with 5:04 remaining sent Mesquite to their first victory of the season in a 3-0 win over Longview at Lobo Stadium. The loss was Longview’s first of the season. In 1970, Longview won their 9th straight game as the Lobos rushed to a 27-0 victory over Marshall inside Lobo Stadium. Ronnie Davis scored twice in the first half before James Lomax and Larry Smith added on scores. The Mavericks were held to just 58 yards on the night in the 2nd game that would be become a 19-game winning streak for the Lobos over Marshall. In 1981, Gahlen Johnson’s three touchdown and 210 yards rushing day capped Longview’s 37-0 victory over Nacogdoches at Lobo Stadium. The Dragons were held to just 136 yards as Ronnie Hunter, Jessie Floyd and Willie Thompson also added markers for the Lobos. In 1987, Mike Bobo and Earnest Hunter both scored twice as Longview rolled to a 35-6 lead over Texas High inside Grim Park. The largest margin of victory for the Lobos inside Grim Park was capped with a touchdown by Ray Allsion and Calvin Jackson in the fourth quarter as the Lobos dominated the Tigers, 49-6. Earnest Hunter put up 163 yards in the 371 total rushing day for the Lobos. In 1992, the Lobos rolled up 292 rushing yards behind Amond Hutchings and Alton McAlister as the Lobos knocked off Ruston at James Field, 23-12. L’Vendric Fite, Chris Judy, Amond Hutchings and David Danielson scored the markers as the Lobos rolled up a 23-6 advantage late into the game. In 1998, Longview scored 10 point in the first half of play and it was all that it needed in a 10-3 victory over the Ruston Bearcats. The 10 points were the first 10 points the Cats had given up on the season after having previously outscored their opponents 158-0. Erik Hargrave kicked a first quarter touchdown before Fred Talley sealed the winning touchdown with a 28 yard reception from Trey Pierce. The win was Longview’s 14th straight regular season victory. In 2009, the #4 ranked Sulphur Springs Wildcats visited Longview’s Lobo Stadium for the first time…and were shown just how difficult it was to win there. 394 rushing yards behind two touchdowns from both Aaron Johnson and Dakota Anthony stopped Sulphur Springs’ 14-game winning streak dead in it’s tracks as the Lobos absolutely rolled to a 45-0 victory.
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