Tag Archive: Longview high school

Oct 02 2014

Sailing Season

The Longview High School (LHS) Lobos set a record by scoring 56 points in the first half alone in their conference opener with the Pine Tree Pirates. By the time the contest mercifully ended, LHS had ripped off a 66-13 victory in a very silent Pirate Stadium. Most of the fans were gone by halftime. Despite playing …

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Sep 11 2014

Lobo-ly Green Out

Friday was Green Country Day at Lobo Stadium. Longview Independent School District (LISD) Foundation Executive Director Kay Ray was plumb tickled. The Lobo Green Out was a success. In fact, the Foundation ran out of most sizes even before the Longview Lobos/John Tyler Lions game kicked off. By Thursday afternoon, only a few of the largest sizes …

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Dec 12 2013

Lobo lock with Horns

Zaycoven Henderson and Longview ISD Athletic Director/head coach for the Lobo football team John King   Monday was the day Zaycoven Henderson broke the suspense as to his college destination by signing a national letter of intent to attend and play football for the University of Texas at Austin (UTA.) He is soon to graduate …

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Oct 24 2013

LHS musicians shine

The Longview High School (LHS) Lobo band has won a first division rating from the entire judging panel to secure its 64th consecutive “superior” score in University Interscholastic League contest rating competition. This extends the “Big Green Marching Machine’s” record for consecutive superior ratings in regional competition. For more than 80 years the LHS band has …

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Jun 13 2013

Local churches, families celebrate graduates

The East Texas Baptist – Longview District Association recently held a Baccalaureate Service for their graduates. The purpose of this service was to embrace the District’s young people. It also served as an encouragement for the graduates to step out in faith, keep God first and He will direct their paths. Furthermore, it was an …

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Jun 05 2013

Senior success: Longview High School seniors received $3.3 million in scholarship offers and earned about 3,000 college credits

The district honored numerous students for their high school success, including 21 of the 24 International Baccalaureate students who will also collect up to 756 college hours for earning the IB diploma. Local scholarship offers accounted for about $1.15 million of the 2013 haul, according to Kay Ray, Longview High School’s coordinator of college scholarships …

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May 16 2013

Theatre icon recognized: Student to receive a $1,000 scholarship named for Pam Mercer-McWilliams

Statewide theatre association creates scholarship honoring long-time Longview High School teacher. A Kilgore College student will receive a $1,000 scholarship named for Pam Mercer-McWilliams, Longview High School’s theatre director. Mercer-McWilliams, a past vice president of the Texas Educational Theatre Association, was chosen by the group to be the scholarship’s namesake. As part of the honor, …

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Apr 25 2013

Guiding light

Jimmie Miller honored by Kaidin Sides-Johnston-McQueen Elementary School

The recent 2013 Lamplighter Awards Banquet held at Pinecrest Country Club was a great success with 334 people attending. Foremost, the evening gave students an opportunity to express their genuine appreciation to educators whom they respect and admire. At the 13th annual banquet, Kim Holcomb and Gene Jordan, Jr., emcees, presented each student and honoree …

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