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So Long 6A?

So Long 6A?

Andrew Johnson, Online Editor in Chief

November 8, 2019

On October 25 2019 many students, parents, and faculty in Longview ISD heard rumors that the school may be moving down to 5A starting next year. These rumors stemmed from the UIL event that day called “snapshot day.” On snapshot day most schools across the state of Texas submit their numbers of...

Running Away With District

Running Away With District

Diana Acuna, Staff Writer

November 8, 2019

Ever since the cross country team has been part of the 6A division, the largest division, they have not been able to make it past district. However, this last fall season, the driven team was able to make it to regionals after a long season of hard work. “I was so excited that I was able to make ...

Dunk and Go Crazy

Madyson Melton and Christopher Clodfelter

November 7, 2019

 George Mason University has picked up senior Malik Henry for their basketball team. George Mason University is located in the city of Fairfax, Va. Henry is a senior and his passion is playing basketball.  “I am excited to attend George Mason,” Henry said. “It’s a good environment.” ...

Drowning in the Pools Problems 

Madyson Melton, Christopher Clodfelter, and Rebecca Glasco

October 17, 2019

 The Lobo Swim Team’s pool is rapidly downgrading yearly here at the aquatic center. Because of improper care of the pool and the repairs that need to be done, the center is in desperate need of some attention. . Swimmers have to practice and also compete in a bad environment, in the pool and also ...

Coach Faulkner’s Divorce With Tennis

Madyson Melton and Christopher Clodfelter

October 17, 2019

With the overload of work that comes along with coaching tennis as well as teaching various history classes, Coach Faulkner decided it was time to take a step back and resign from his dream, coaching tennis. Although  he loved all the tennis players dearly, he needed a change in his life to make it...

New Athletes, New & Old Coaches, One Dream.

New Athletes, New & Old Coaches, One Dream.

Rebecca Glasco, Madyson Melton, Christopher Clodfelter, Staff Writer

August 29, 2019

  New athletes, but still the same hopes and dreams, only way better in our athletes! Are you excited about the upcoming football season or any other sport? We are too!  Our new head Lady Lobos basketball coach, Clay Busby, is pumped for the upcoming season. He is happy with his players attitu...

Girls and Boys Varsity – JV Soccer Schedule

Girls and Boys Varsity – JV Soccer Schedule

Grahm Gruppi and Grace Ann Buie

February 1, 2019

Soccer and Tennis season has just begun, and as a result, there are many upcoming games and tournaments for you to attend and support your fellow Lobos. Boys varsity, junior varsity and the junior varsity b soccer teams play throughout February, March and into April. The girls varsity and junior varsit...

Brains & Braun

Brains & Braun

Thomas Cox, Sports Editor

January 15, 2019

At Longview High School, along with our academics, we take great pride in our football team. This month, we’re very proud of a certain individual not only for helping his team continue an undefeated season, but also for excelling in the classroom. Brady Miller, the Lobos starting long-snapper, made...

Haynes King and The Longview Lobos

Haynes King and The Longview Lobos

Thomas Cox, Sports Editor

October 2, 2018

Haynes King has been absolutely crucial for the Lobos for the last 2 seasons, leading them to the State Semi-Finals last year as only a sophomore. Last season King recorded 2,770 passing yards, 31 passing touchdowns with only 5 interceptions. This season seems to hold even more promise for the Lobos,...

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