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Loboettes Take Silver Bracket Championship at River Road

Loboettes River RoadThe Levelland Loboettes had great afternoons on Friday and Saturday but struggled a bit in the morning, however, a four-and-two record at the River Road Tournament netted the Levelland Loboettes a Silver Bracket Championship.

Levelland would go two-and-one in Pool Play as they fell to All Saints to open play on Saturday but bounced back for wins over Sanford-Fritch and River Road and keep themselves on the championship side of the bracket.

Levelland would open Saturday with a two game loss to the Canyon Randall Junior Varsity Lady Raiders 25-14, 25-21. Despite leading eight-to-one in game one, the Loboettes dropped both games of the match. The Lady Raiders out-killed Levelland 21-to-13 while the Loboettes won the block column five-to-four. Levelland would serve for six aces against five faults while the Randall JV served for five aces on two faults. Kazzi Spears led the way with six kills while Chole Dunn served for seven points on two aces. Maci Morrow took 11 kills in two games for the Lady Radiers while Ali Torrez swerved for 13 points on two aces.

The early loss would put the Levelland Loboettes into the Silver Bracket Semi-Finals and a match-up against another JV squad.

Levelland would bounce back in the second match of the day with a 25-23, and 25-16 win over the Tascosa Junior Varsity. Levelland out-killed the Lady Rebels 26-to-17, won the block column two-to-nothing and out aced Tascosa five-to-two. Michaela Watkins tallied seven kills while Kaylee McCarter added five and Kazzi Spears, Mahalie Stafford, and Annie Dewbre took four kills each. Kazzi Spears served for eight points on one ace while Hannah Scifres added six points on two aces in the win.

The win moved the Loboettes into the Silver Bracket Championship and just like last week at Shallowater, the Loboettes had about ten minutes to prepare and would get the Highland Park Lady Hornets. Just like Saturday last week, the Loboettes would win 25-12 and 32-30.

It was a battle to say the least but Levelland out-killed Highland Park 25-to-13, out-blocked the Lady Hornets five-to-one and while they faulted eight times from service, they also netted five service aces. Annie Dewbre went off with nine kills and a block while Kazzi Spears added seven kills and eight service points.

The Levelland Loboettes move to 10-and-five overall and prep to host the Trinity Christian Lady Lions on Tuesday night before heading to the Frenship Tournament on Friday and Saturday.

Games for Tuesday night will all be played in Gano Tubb Gymnasium with Freshman at 5:00pm, Junior Varsity at 6:00pm and Varsity at 7:00pm.

Catch the Loboettes Tuesday night on KLVT AM1230, and KLVT Facebook Live with Loboette Pregame Show starting at 6:30pm.

Sundown to Host “Our Day To Shine”

Our Day to Shine LogoThe Sundown Roughnecks are busy tonight hosting the THCEF “Our Day To Shine.”

While Sundown scrimmages Friona for Junior Varsity and Varsity football for Friday night, the Roughnecks will host the THSCEF Benevolence Fund know as “Our Day to Shine.”

The fund was established by the Texas High School Coaches Association Board of Directors to assist athletes and coaches experience hardships.  To date, over 900 schools have participated in the program and over $600,000 has been raised with over $584,000 paid to coaches and athletes in need.

The scrimmage begins tonight in Sundown and remember, “Meet the Roughnecks and Roughettes,” will follow.

Loboettes Head for River Road for the Weekend

Loboettes Shallowater TournamentThe Levelland Loboettes are headed to the Amarillo River Road Tournament for the weekend along with 15 other teams in four different pools.

Levelland will play from Pool A with Sanford-Fritch, All Saints and the host Amarillo River Road and will open with All Saints on Friday morning at 10:00am.  Second match of the day for the Loboettes will be with Sanford-Fritch at 12:00pm and they conclude with Amarillo River Road at 2:00pm Friday afternoon.

Pool A will all be played in the main gym at River Road High School

Pool B will include Pampa, Shallowater, San Jacinto Academy and the Amarillo Flames.

Pool C is Highland Park, Dalhart, the Canyon Randall Junior Varsity and Idalou.

Pool D includes Tulia, Plainview, Amarillo Tascosa Junior Varsity, and Childress.

Pool play will break into bracket play on Saturday with bracket games beginning at 9:00am.

KLVT Radio will be with the Loboettes throughout the day Saturday with games broadcast live on KLVT AM1230, and KLVT Facebook Live!

Loboettes Fall to Lubbock Monterey, Slide to Six-and-Three in 2019

Double LThe Levelland Loboettes got on their home floor on Tuesday night and despite the home opener, the Levelland Loboettes were defeated by a solid Lubbock Monterey team 25-18, 18-25, 25-16 and 25-19 to move to six-and-three in 2019.

Levelland led early in the opening frame but the Lady Plainsmen surged midway to put up a 25-to-18 win in game one.

Levelland got going early in second and despite a late rally from the Lady Plainsmen, Levelland took the second 25-18.

Lubbock Monterey raced out to early leads in the third and fourth and while running away with game three 25-16, Levelland rallied late in the fourth but ran short down the stretch in the 25-to-19 loss.

Lubbock Monterey would win in four 25-18, 18-25, 25-16 and 25-19.

Levelland was out killed 43-to-26 while the blocks were even at five each.  The Lady Plainsmen put up 13 service aces compared to Levelland’s nine but the Loboettes faulted just five times in service compared to Monterey’s 13 service faults.

Levelland got eight kills from Kazzi Spears to lead the way while Michaela Watkins tagged six and Annie Dewbre added four kills and three blocks.  Kaylee McCarter added three kills while Mahalie Stafford and Illiyana Gonzalez got two kills each and Mika Campos added a single kill.

Kriston Montgomery, Kazzi Spears, and Kaylee McCarter served for seven points each while Michaela Watkins and Jordan Campell added six points each and Annie Dewbre chipped in five.

Spears, Watkins and Campbell all collected two aces each while Mika Campos and Annie Dewbre added one ace each.

Monterey got 12 kills and a block from Madeline Stephens along with nine kills from Nadia Morales and two blocks each from Kelly Mora and Khristian Butler.

Emma Dudley led the Lady Plainsmen in service with 15 points and four aces.

The loss moves the Loboettes to six-and-three on the year as they pack their traveling bags for the Amarillo River Road Tournament on Friday and Saturday.

KLVT Radio will rejoin the Loboettes Saturday in Amarillo with live coverage on KLVT AM1230, and KLVT Facebook Live.

Levelland ISD Announces Football Ticket Sales for 2019

Double LWhile the Levelland Lobos continue workouts, the Levelland ISD Athletic Department has cranked up the effort to put fans in seats for four Lobo home games in 2019.

Season ticket holders from 2018 should have received a mailer last week reminding them, their tickets are able to be repurchased between August 12th and August 22nd.

Those tickets can be picked up at the Levelland High School Athletic Office inside the Field House at 1400 Hickory Street.

The ticket desk will be open on weekdays between 8:30am and 12:00pm and again from 1:00pm and 4:00pm.

Price of season tickets are $20 per seat and any season tickets not repurchased by Thursday August 22nd will go on sale to the general public.

For more information, contact Levelland ISD Athletic Secretary Rebecca Macha at (806) 894-8515, Extension 4203.

Levelland Youth Soccer Sign-Ups Set for Tuesday

Soccer Ball GENERICLevelland Soccer Club is hosting an “in person” sign-up event on Tuesday, August 13th at the Levelland Housing Authority Building with sign-ups running from 6:00pm to 7:30pm.

Cost of sign-up is $55 for all players and the league is open to players ages 3 through 13.

The regular season will begin around September 9th and teams will play approximately 10 games with about two games per week.

If you have any question, please contact Aaron Scott at 893-6398 and remember sign-ups close on Friday August 16th.

Sundown to Host Meet the Roughnecks and Roughettes

Sundown2Sundown ISD will host Meet the Roughnecks and Roughettes on Friday August 16th at Slaughter Field.

The event will follow the Roughneck Varsity and Junior Varsity football teams will scrimmage with Friona.  That scrimmage will start at 6:00pm.

All high school and junior high athletes will be introduced after the scrimmage and all athletes need to report to the north end of the stadium about 7:30pm.  Coaches will line the athletes up to be introduced.

Sundown Athletics reminds athletes and parents, will attendance is not mandatory, they would like to honor as many athletes as possible.

They would also like to invite the public to attend.