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Loboettes Win in Four at Lamesa; Levelland Locks Up a Playoff Birth for 2019

Loboette Volleyball Team Pic 2019Last season the Levelland Loboettes lingered around district play long enough to clinch as spot with a final match win over Lubbock Estacado in the game of the regular season.  The Loboettes closed out a playoff spot considerably earlier for 2019 as a four game win at Lamesa 21-25, 25-9, 25-13, 25-23 locks the Loboettes into the playoffs for 2019.

Lamesa was strong early and behind a four point run from Camryn Clements and a three point run from Lilian Cortez, the Golden Tornadoes led wire-to-wire for a 25-to-21 win in game one.

That would be all the Golden Tornadoes would get.

Levelland got a five point run from Hannah Scifres, and four point runs from Kriston Montgomery and Jordan Campbell in the second.  Coupled with 11 kills. Levelland led wire-to-wire in the second for 25-to-nine win.

Game three went much the same as game two.

Scifres would couple a four point run with a four point run from Chloe Dunn and rolled to a game three win 25-to-13 and pushed the Loboettes to a two-to-one lead in the match.

Lamesa started game four strong with a five point run from Natalie Casillas and four from Camryn Clements but a five point lead for the Golden Tornadoes was wiped away as Michaela Watkins went off for seven game four kills.  Add in a five point service string from Annie Dewbre and Levelland took the fourth 25-to-23 and took the match 21-25, 25-9, 25-13, 25-23.

Levelland took the kill column 45-to-27 and won the block column five-to-one.

The Loboettes hung up 11 service aces against seven faults while Lamesa got just five aces on seven faults.

Levelland got everyone involved in the win.

Michaela Watkins set the pace with 14 kills on the night but Annie Dewbre doubled up with ten kills and two blocks while Mahalie Stafford broke out with seven kills and three blocks.  Kaylee McCarter and Kazzi Spears tabbed five kills each while Illiyana Gonzalez took two kills and Mika Campos and Kriston Montgomery added one kill each.

Everyone got involved in the service column as well.

Hannah Scifres led the charge with 11 points and one ace while Chloe Dunn added 10 points with four aces and Kriston Montgomery took ten points on one ace.  Annie Dewbre chipped in nine points on one ace and Kazzi Spears added nine points with three aces.  Jordan Campbell rounded out the column with six points on one ace.

Lamesa was paced by a very solid night from Madysin Ruiz with 13 kills and one block.

The win moves Levelland to 22-and-13 on the season and three-and-two in district play with three to go, but the win does much more than that.  Coupled with a Canyon High sweep of Lubbock Estacado and Levelland, Canyon and Hereford all lock playoff spots for 2019.

The Golden Tornadoes drop to 21-and-14 overall and one-and-four in the district.  It also leaves them needing one more win to advance to the 2019 playoff round.

Levelland will take Saturday off as their final bye of 2019 before hosting Canyon on Tuesday.  They wrap up with a trip to Hereford on Saturday October 26th and host Lubbock Estacado on Tuesday October 29th to close the regular schedule.

The Loboettes host Canyon on Tuesday with Freshman and Junior Varsity at 5:00pm and Varsity at 6:00pm.  Loboette Pregame Show opens at 5:30pm on KLVT AM1230, http://www.klvtradio.com and KLVT Facebook Live!

DISTRICT SCOREBOARD
Levelland def. Lamesa 21-25, 25-9, 25-13, 25-23
Canyon High def. Lubbock Estacado 25-8. 25-7, 25-14

DISTRICT STANDINGS:
(1) Hereford 4-0
(2) Canyon 4-1
(3) Levelland 3-2
(4) Lamesa 1-4
(5) Lubbock Estacado 0-5

DISTRICT SCHEDULE Saturday 10/19/19
Lamesa @ Canyon
Lubbock Estacado @ Hereford
Levelland (Idle)

DISTRICT SCHEDULE Saturday 10/22/19
Levelland @ Canyon
Hereford @ Lamesa
Lubbock Estacado (Idle)

KLVT Area Volleyball Scoreboard (Tuesday October 15th, 2019)

KLVT Main BannerLevelland def. Lamesa 21-25, 25-9, 25-13, 25-23
Canyon High def. Lubbock Estacado 25-8. 25-7, 25-14
Frenship def. Midland Lee 25-15, 25-21, 26-24
Lubbock Monterey def. Plainview 23-25, 25-15, 25-17, 25-16
Lubbock Coronado def. Lubbock High 25-6, 25-20, 25-12
Shallowater def. Littlefield 25-21, 25-17, 25-18
Denver City def. Brownfield 25-22, 19-25, 25-16, 20-25, 15-11

No. 3 Lady Texans Take First Tuesday at Angelo State Blue/Gold Cross Country Classic

SPCSAN ANGELO — The third-ranked South Plains College women’s cross country team placed four runners in the top five en route to a first place finish Tuesday at the Angelo State Blue/Gold Cross Country Classic.

The Lady Texans capped the women’s 6k with a total time of 1:54.20, with an average time of 22:52. Tarleton State took second, followed by UT-Permian Basin and Angelo State University.

Sophomore All-American Gladys Jemaiyo was the first runner across the line, posting a final time of 21:21.7 with an average mile of 5:43.7. Daisy Kibet finished second for South Plains in a time of 22:20.5, while sophomore Dorcus Ewoi was third with a time of 22:37.4.

South Plains’ Itzel Garcia-Santos used a time of 23:58.2 to take fifth overall, while Nyia Sena placed sixth in a time of 24:03.1.

The Texans were unable to place in the final team standings as they competed with four runners in Angelo but swept the top two spots and placed three runners inside the top 15 overall.

Sophomore Alex Kitum won the men’s 8k with a time of 26:01.0, with an average mile of 5:14.0. Abdirizak Ibrahim crossed the line in a time of 26:02.9, good enough for second, while Ryan Robinson placed 13th with a final time of 28:27.2.

South Plains will return to the course on Oct. 26 when they compete for the Region V title in Snyder on the campus of Western Texas College.

Full results: https://www.tfrrs.org/results/xc/16421/Angelo_State_Blue_&_Gold

(Thanks Jordan Irvine, Sports Information Coordinator, South Plains College, http://www.spctexans.con)

Sundown Teams Sweep 2A District Five Cross Country Meet; Smyer Bobcats Run Second Behind an Overstreet Gold

The Sundown Roughnecks and Roughettes swept the team golds at the 2A-District Five Cross Country meet on Tuesday while Smyer’s Will Overstreet took the individual gold to set the Smyer Bobcats up with a second place finish.

The Roughettes were never in doubt as Sundown took the top seven individual spots for a team total of just 15 points.  Plains ran a distant second at 80 points.

Ashlyn Peralta took the individual gold in 13:07.96 with Gabby Peralta right on her heels at 13:33.97 for second.  Alexa Rodriguez ran third, Alyzah McGlasson fourth, Grace Peralta fifth, Kadince Garza in sixth and Jasmin Posadas rounded out the sweep in seventh.

On the boys side, Smyer’s Will Overstreet prevented the Sundown sweep running the gold medal time of 17:46.05.

Sundown would take the next six spots with Jonathan Torrez in second at 17:57.88, Brayden Sanders in third at 18:08.07, Tristan Cruz in fourth, Koy Torrez in fifth, Elijah Peralez in sixth and Luis Ramos in seventh.

Sundown won the boys team gold with 20 points while the Smyer Bobcats take second and advance with 59 points.

Smyer’s Tate Kitchens ran eighth and Andres Pizano added ninth for the Bobcats.

The Sundown Roughnecks and Roughettes as well as the Smyer Bobcats advance to the 2A Region One Championships to be held at Mae Simmons Park in Lubbock set for Monday October 28th.

Loboettes Sweep Estacado; Levelland Hits Two-and-Two at the Turn

Loboette Volleyball Team Pic 2019The Levelland Loboettes rolled through the first half of district play on Saturday with a 25-16, 25-14, 25-13 sweep of Lubbock Estacado.  The win moves the Loboettes to 21-and-13 overall and two-and-two in district play at the turn.

The Loboettes pretty much controlled the Lady Matadors as Levelland would win the kill column 35-to-13, the block column eight-to-four, and the ace service column six-to-two.

Annie Dewbre had a day.  The senior tallied seven kills, three blocks and went 18-for-18 from the service line with 13 points and four aces.

Kazzi Spears paced the Loboettes with 11 kills and one block while Michaela Watkins took nine kills and Mika Campos tacked on five kills.  Kaylee McCarter added three kills and two ace blocks and Mahalie Stafford added two blocks in the win.

Kazzi Spears added eight points with one ace while Chloe Dunn added eight points in the win.

Lubbock Estacado got nine kills and two blocks from C’Kyra Sims in the loss.

Lubbock Estacado dropes to 14-and-21 overall and into the bottom of the district standings at oh-and-four.

Levelland moves their record to 21-and-13 overall and sit third in district play with a record of two-and-two at the turn.

Levelland heads to Lamesa on Tuesday before taking Saturday off.

Levelland at Lamesa will open with Freshman and Junior Varsity at 5:00 p.m. and Varsity at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday night.

Catch the Loboettes live on KLVT AM1230, http://www.klvtradio.com and KLVT Facebook Live with Loboette Pregame Show starting at 5:30 p.m.

DISTRICT SCOREBOARD
Levelland def. Lubbock Estacado 25-16, 25-14, 25-13
Hereford def. Canyon  25-17, 25-22, 25-16

DISTRICT STANDINGS:
(1) Hereford 4-0
(2) Canyon 3-1
(3) Levelland 2-2
(4) Lamesa 1-3
(5) Lubbock Estacado 0-4

DISTRICT SCHEDULE Tuesday 10/15/19
Levelland @ Lamesa
Canyon @ Lubbock Estacado
Hereford (Idle)

DISTRICT SCHEDULE Saturday 10/19/19
Lamesa @ Canyon
Lubbock Estacado @ Hereford
Levelland (Idle)

KLVT Area Football Scoreboard (Week Seven)

KLVT Main BannerDISTRICT FOOTBALL
Lubbock Estacado 56 Borger 3
Dalhart 28, Perryton 7
Bushland 58, Slaton 14
Littlefield 54, Muleshoe 0
Shallowater 30, River Road 16
Lubbock Roosevelt 43 Colorado City 8
Coahoma 29, Idalou 21
Abernathy 63, Stanton 0
Sundown 49, Floydada 7
Post 64, Hale Center 7
New Deal 49 Olton 7
Tahoka 58, New Home 6
Smyer 40, Crosbyton 34
Sudan 48, Bovina 0
Farwell 18, Seagraves 14
Springlake-Earth 62, Plains 6
Ralls 55, Lockney 0
Ropes 51, Morton 6
Whiteface 46, Wellman-Union 30
Whitharral 56, Cotton Center 8
Anton 77, Lazbuddie 32
Midland Lee 59, Frenship 36
Amarillo Tascosa 63, Midland 6
Permian 24, Odessa 0
Amarillo High 31, Lubbock Coronado 28
Amarillo Caprock 55, Lubbock High 17
Abilene Cooper 42, Palo Duro 6
Wichita Falls 27, Canyon Randall 10
Lubbock Cooper 59 Plainview 0
WF Rider 30, Abilene Wylie 12

NON-DISTRICT
Seminole 28, Brownfield 13
Denver City 42, Crane 20

KLVT Area Football Schedule and Scoreboard (Week Seven UPDATED FRIDAY)

KLVT Main BannerTHURSDAY NIGHT DISTRICT FOOTBALL
Amarillo Caprock 55, Lubbock High 17
Amarillo Tascosa 63, Midland High 6
Wichita Falls 27, Canyon Randall 10

ON THE AIR FRIDAY
Sundown @ Floydada (DISTRICT) LIVE on KLVT AM1230, www.klvtradio.com and KLVT Facebook Live! Pregame 7:00pm!  LIVE ON THE WEB     LIVE ON FACEBOOK

Morton @ Ropes (DISTRICT) LIVE on www.klvtradio.com and KLVT Facebook Live! Pregame 7:15pm!   LIVE ON THE WEB   LIVE ON FACEBOOK

DISTRICT FOOTBALL
Plainview @ Lubbock Cooper (7:00pm)
WF Rider @ Abilene Wylie (7:00pm)
Slaton @ Bushland (7:00pm)
Muleshoe @ Littlefield (7:00pm)
Smyer @ Crosbyton (7:00pm)
Lockney @ Ralls (7:00pm)
New Home @ Tahoka (7:00pm)
River Road @ Shallowater (7:00pm)
Frenship @ Midland Lee (7:30pm)
Permian @ Odessa (7:30pm)
Coronado @ Amarillo (7:30pm)
Palo Duro @ Abilene Cooper (7:30pm)
Stanton @ Abernathy (7:30pm)
Lubbock Roosevelt @ Colorado City
Idalou @ Coahoma (7:30pm)
Post @ Hale Center (7:30pm)
Olton @ New Deal (7:30pm)
Wellman-Union @ Whiteface (7:30pm)
Whitharral @ Cotton Center (7:30pm)
Anton @ Lazbuddie (7:30pm)
Amherst @ Anton (7:30pm)

OTHER AREA NON-DISTRICT GAMES
Seminole @ Brownfield (7:30pm)