LoboFan07 Posted August 27, 2022 Share Posted August 27, 2022 LONGVIEW LOBOS (1-0) VS MARSHALL MAVERICKS (1-0) DATE: Friday, September 2ndTIME: 7:30 PMLOCATION: Lobo Stadium in Longview, TexasLONGVIEW BROADCAST: 106.5 FM JACK FMMARSHALL BROADCAST: 103.9 FM KMHTLONGVIEW LIVE STREAM: Longview GamedayMARSHALL LIVE STREAM: KMHT LOBOS LEAD SERIES 64-42-5 The Lobos have a 19-17-2 lead when the game is a non-district contest. The Lobos have a 45-25-3 lead when the game is a district contest. The two schools have never played a playoff contest. The Lobos have a 1-0 lead when the game is played at a neutral location. The Lobos have a 32-14-3 lead when the game is played at Longview. The Lobos have a 31-28-2 lead when the game is played at Marshall. Longview has won the last six meetings with the Mavericks. Longview is 18-4-0 all-time against Marshall at Lobo Stadium (new), with the Lobos winning the last ten meetings there. Longview is 1-0-0 all-time against Marshall when game is played on September 2nd. LAST FIVE GAMES IN SERIES: 09.03.2021 - Longview 14, Marshall 0 - Lobo Stadium 10.02.2020 - Longview 53, Marshall 21 - Maverick Stadium 09.06.2019 - Longview 53, Marshall 0 - Lobo Stadium 09.07.2018 - Longview 60, Marshall 14 - Maverick Stadium 09.08.2017 - Longview 41, Marshall 7 - Lobo StadiumFULL GAME LOG GAME PREVIEW & SERIES REVIEW: For the 112th time, it’s Longview and Marshall. But the first time since 2018, the Lobos and Mavericks will both enter the contest with undefeated records. Longview, the state’s #1 ranked team in 5A Division I according to Dave Campbell’s Texas Football, avoid the mass upsets we saw across the state in the opening week by a dominating 36-10 victory over the McKinney Boyd Broncos. Longview was paced by their all-everything receiver Jalen Hale, who became the first ever Lobo to catch 30 touchdowns, and another edition to the running back lore of Longview High in Taylor Tatum, who rushed for three scores entering his junior season. Three year starter Jordan Allen had his best game as a Lobo starter, throwing for two touchdowns and 201 yards in the win over Boyd. Jalen Hale’s 2nd quarter touchdown that gave him 30th career score, marked just the 12th time a Lobo had registered 30 or more touchdowns in a career. Hale is now tied for 11th all-time in Lobo history in touchdowns scored. Allen himself is moving up the history books, his two tosses for scores pushed him into a tie for 4th all-time in passing touchdowns in Lobo history. The win for Longview was the largest season opening victory, 26 points, since their 2011 victory over Marshall which finished 30-0. For Marshall, an unexpected win has hopes high as can be as they head to Lobo Stadium for the 2nd consecutive season. The Mavericks dominated old time rival Tyler High, with a 40-29 scoreline a bit deceiving. Marshall controlled the contest the entire way, rushing for over 300 yards aided by 153 from J.Q. Davis and 121 from Byrd Robinson. The 1-0 start is just third win to open a season for Marshall since 2016. Marshall enters Lobo Stadium looking to end quite a few running streaks. First, the Mavericks have not started 2-0 since 2015. A 2-0 start mark just the fifth 2-0 start for Marshall since 1997. The Mavericks also enter looking to end a series that has become completely dominated by the Lobos. Marshall has not defeated the Lobos since the 2015 season, marking a 6-game losing streak to their rival from the east. Longview, overall, has won 20 of the last 21 meetings between the two programs, with that 28-25 loss in 2015 marking the lone exception. The longest streak for the Mavericks will come in the way of the stadium they’re entering. Marshall’s last win in Lobo Stadium came back in 1998, when the Mavericks upset another #1 ranked Lobo squad at the time, 35-28 in double overtime. Since that overtime loss, the Lobos have won the last 10 meetings by an average score of 40-12, having been shutout the last 11 quarters overall. Marshall’s last score at Lobo came back in the first quarter of the 2017 match up. For Longview’s head coach John King, he enters the Marshall contest on the quest for 200. King sits at 198-44, just two wins shy of 200 in his career. King also sits 1 shy of his 85th win inside Lobo Stadium. King coach teams have recorded an 84-6 record inside Lobo Stadium, with Longview having won their last eight contests at home. Under John King, Longview is 16-2 in their home opener, with both losses coming to Tyler High. The series sits at 4th most games played in a single series in the history of Texas High School football. A series that dates back to 1909, only three series have played more with El Campo vs Bay City sitting in top spot expecting to play their 119th game this season, Denison vs Sherman just finishing their 118th edition and Cuero-Yoakum scheduled to play their 114th contest in two weeks. Early on in the series, the Mavericks dominated the series, winning 18 of the first 22 match ups leading up to 1931. After a year off from playing each other in 1932, an 18-0 win in 1933 changed the turn of the series. Since that 1933 victory, Longview has recorded an 62-24-4 series advantage but things were not as dominating for the Lobos until a 1969 victory that started a 19-year streak that still sees the Lobos riding a 43-9-1 advantage. WEEK ONE RESULTS FOR 7-5A DIVISION I:Forney 55 Crandall 58North Mesquite 45 North Garland 32Lancaster 25 Dallas Skyline 0Longview 36 McKinney Boyd 10Lufkin 31 Tyler Legacy 23McKinney North 38, Garland 10Tyler 29 Marshall 40West Mesquite 37, Dallas Kimball 21 WEEK TWO 7-5A DIVISION I SCHEDULE:Forney at Frisco Memorial (Thursday)Lancaster vs Dallas South Oak CliffLongview vs MarshallLufkin vs NacogdochesMcKinney North at Justin NorthwestTyler v. Tyler LegacyNorth Mesquite v. MesquiteWest Mesquite v. Mesquite Poteet DISTRICT 7-5A DIVISION I STANDINGS 1st. Lancaster (1-0, 0-0) 2nd. Longview (1-0, 0-0) 3rd. Lufkin (1-0, 0-0) 4th. McKinney North (1-0, 0-0) 5th. North Mesquite (1-0, 0-0) 6th. West Mesquite (1-0, 0-0) 7th. Forney (0-1, 0-0) 8th. Tyler (0-1, 0-0) DISTRICT 8-5A DIVISION I OVERVIEW Last week - Baytown Goose Creek Memorial fell to Galena Park, 37-36. Baytown Lee defeated South Houston, 22-15. Baytown Sterling defeated Houston Northbrook, 27-0. Crosby fell to Houston C.E. King, 63-7. Humble Kingwood Park defeated Aldine MacArthur, 45-7. La Porte fell to Deer Park, 42-14. Mont Belvieu Barbers Hill fell to Magnolia West, 28-10. New Caney Porter defeated Dayton, 31-14. Port Arthur Memorial defeated Port Neches-Groves, 50-15. This week - Baytown Goose Creek Memorial plays Houston Bellaire. Baytown Lee plays TBD. Baytown Sterling hosts Brazoswood. Crosby hosts Fort Bend Marshall. Humble Kingwood Park travels to Katy Morton Ranch. La Porte travels to Alief Elsik Mont Belvieu Barbers Hill hosts Montgomery. New Caney Porter plays TBD. Port Arthur Memorial hosts Nederland. LONGVIEW LOBOS Record: 1-0 (0-0) District: 7-5A Division I Coach: John King (198-44 in 19 seasons) (Playoffs: 45-17) First Year of Football: 1909 All-Time Record: 757-355-52 (Playoffs: 74-44-1) Playoff Appearances: 47 Last Playoff Appearance: 2021, Class 5A Division I Regional Round 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: 08.26 - at McKinney Boyd - Win 36-10 09.02 - vs Marshall 09.09 - at Tyler Legacy 09.16 - at Lufkin 09.23 - vs Lancaster 10.07 - vs Forney 10.14 - at North Mesquite 10.21 - vs McKinney North 10.28 - at Tyler 11.04 - vs West Mesquite MARSHALL MAVERICKS Record: 1-0 (0-0) District: 8-5A Division II Coach: Jack Alvarez (1-0 in 1 season) (Playoffs: 0-0) First Year of Football: 1902 All-Time Record: 637-474-45 (Playoffs: 40-31-2) Playoff Appearances: 33 Last Playoff Appearance: 2021, 5A Division II Area Round State Championships (1): 1990 (5A DI) State Championship Appearances (3): 1990 (5A DI), 2004 (4A DI), 2005 (4A DI) SCHEDULE: 08.26 - vs Tyler - Win 40-29 09.02 - at Longview 09.09 - vs Henderson 09.16 - at Carthage 09.23 - vs Pine Tree 09.30 - at Hallsville 10.07 - vs Mount Pleasant 10.14 - at Texas High 10.28 - vs Nacogdoches 11.04 - at Whitehouse ON THIS DATE IN LOBO HISTORY: September 2nd In 1977, Dinky Edwards rushed for two third quarter scores to overcome a first quarter touchdown by Kevin Wiseman in a 12-6 Longview in over Dallas Carter at Lobo Stadium. The Lobos held the Cowboys to 107 yards on the night while rushing for 261. In 1983, Charles Smith hauled in a 46 yard reception before Joe Johnson rushed in from 10 yards out but it wasn’t enough for Longview to catch Fort Worth Eastern Hills in a 26-15 loss to the Highlanders. The loss snapped a 20-year opening game winning streak for the Lobos. In 1988, Steve Boyette rushed for three scores for the Stallions in a 28-14 North Mesquite victory over the Lobos. Renard Dixon and Mike Tidwell tallied for the Lobos, in a game Longview was held to just 88 rushing yards. In 1994, Isaiah Stoker tallied twice with Chris Butcher rushing in for another as Longview knocked off Waco 20-13 at Paul Tyson Stadium. In 2006, Chris Lacy returned a fumble 50 yards for a score tacked on with a Jazmon Moon touchdown and Zach Decker field goal to give Longview a 15-13 lead late in the 4th before West Monroe’s Don Brown rushed in from 3 yards out with 30 seconds left in the game to give the Rebels a 19-15 victory over the Lobos. Longview had held the Rebs to just 150 yards of offense on the day. In 2016, Kendrevian White rushed for four scores in a 56-7 beat down of Marshall at Maverick Stadium. The Lobos rushed for 321 yards, while holding the Mavs to 222 total. 5 different Lobos scored in total. 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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