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Lobo and Loboette Golf Scramble Set for August 7th

LoboLoyaltyThe Levelland High School and Middle School golf teams will be hosting the 4th annual LHS four man golf scramble tournament coming up on Monday August 7th at the Levelland County Club.

It is an afternoon flight only with lunch served at 11:30am and the shotgun start set for 1:00pm.

Cost is $400 for a team of four or $100 for an individual golfer.  Mulligans are also available for $40 per team or $10 per player.

Half of each entry fee will go to benefit the Levelland High School and Levelland Middle School golf teams while the half will go toward prizes for the tournament.  Those prizes will be awarded in the form of Levelland Pro Shop gift certificates.

Hole sponsorships are also available for $100 per hole.

For more information contact Coach Delight Davis at 831-9300 or email  Contact Michelle Davis at 777-6679 or by email at  You can also sign up at the Levelland Country Club Pro Shop or contact the shop at 894-3288.

The Levelland ISD golf programs would like to thank all businesses and individuals who help support the program and provide LISD students the opportunity to experience the great game of golf.

Lobo Hoopster Jeremy Parsley to Walk On at New Mexico Military Institute

Parsley Senior NightLevelland had seen their share of commitments to the college from the class of 2017 and now three sport athlete Jeremy Parsley has announced that he will walk on for Bronco Basketball at New Mexico Military Institute in Roswell.

Parsley, checking in at 6′ 4” his senior season, averaged just under seven points and just over five rebounds a game in 2017 after being an off the bench contributor to the Levelland Lobo state semifinal team in 2016.

After discussions with Wayland Baptist University that surrounded football, Parsley make the trek to Roswell this spring and spent about an hour working out for Bronco coach Ralph Davis before being invited as a walk on for the WJCAC team.

“I’m taking away some good things from Coach Bontrager and the Lobos,” said Parsley. “It’s about teamwork, hustle, doing your best and never quitting.”

Parsley is planning to study business management or sports management during his college years.

As for why he chose NMMI it was really about two things. “I get to be fairly close to home and it means I will get to play in the Dome (at South Plains College), but I am just excited to get to play another year of basketball.”

Jeremy is the son of Diana Parsley and the grandson of Bill and Beth Parsley of Levelland.

(Thanks for the Photo goes to Brent Rose, The World According to My Lens)

Loboette Volleyball Looks Solid in 2017, Looking Ahead at Loboette Volleyball

volleyballopengymThe Levelland Loboettes are less then a month away from the 2017 volleyball season and with a solid program in place and a large group of players returning to the roster, the Loboettes look toward another great year.

Levelland went 26-and-16 in 2016 under then Coach Karli Morrison.  They would finish second in district and captured 4A-1 Bi-District and Area Championships before falling to Monahans to wrap up the 2016 schedule.

While the Loboettes will undergo a coaching change for the 2017 season, it would certainly appear on paper that another great season is on the way.

While head coach Karli Morrison has resigned for a coaching assignment at Lubbock Cooper High School and freshman coach Albert Riveria has resigned as well, the Loboettes will add veteran leadership in 2017.  Coach Shelly Kay takes the reigns in 2017 and brings over 25 years of coaching experience to the table.  Coupled with a new freshman coach, Coach Rick Musemeche with over 20 years of coaching and teaching experience, and the stable presence of Loboette Junior Varsity Coach Laurie Smith, the squad’s leadership looks solid to say the least.

Roster wise, Levelland lost two solid seniors in Sydney Ramirez and Alyssa Tienda but return some serious talent in 2017.  Seniors Paige Royal, and M’Kenzie Campell along with junior power house Makayla Escue to the net, along with multi sport spark plug Natalie Velardez.  Toss in now seniors Avery Read, Megan Latham, Mia Rendon and Kelsie Davis and a solid junior group with Kiahra Graves, Mari Ruiz, Brooke Lamb, and Cassie Corrales along with the talent of sophomores Chloe Dunn and Kazzi Spears.  Add it all up, it’s a lot of returning talent and experience for the 2017 Levelland Loboettes.

The Loboettes open the season in less then a month as they scrimmage with Lubbock Cooper and Canyon High on August 4th, scrimmage at Littlefield on the 5th and scrimmage Plainview at home on the 7th.

The regular season opens on Thursday August 11th at the Monahans Tournament.  They also pickup tournament action hosting a tourney on August 17th through the 19th and head to the Frenship Tournament August 25th and 26th.

District play opens on September 23rd with the standard trip to Lubbock Estacado and again features the Lady Matadors as well as Brownfield, Denver City, Lamesa and Seminole.

Catch the action of Levelland Loboette Volleyball all season long on KLVT AM1230 and with Michael Wiiest.  Coverage begins on August 15th.


Levelland Loboette Softball Camp Registration Extended to July 10th

LoboLoyaltyRegistration for the :Levelland Loboette softball camp, to be held Tuesday July 11th through Thursday July 13th, has been extended.

The camp will be divided into two age groups including incoming 3rd through 6th graders in camp from 8:00am to 10:00am each of the three days, and incoming 7th through 9th graders will be on the field from 10:30am to 12:30pm daily.

The camp will cover fundamentals in fielding, throwing, hitting, bunting, running the bases, pitching and catching.

To make registration as easy as possible, forms are available on the high school website in the athletics section under the summer camps link, at the field house from the athletics secretary, and we have added the opportunity to register at the softball field on the morning of the first day of camp.

To ensure you receive your t-shirt on the first day please register as early as possible. If you register at the field they will get your t-shirt to you as quickly as possible.

If registering by phone or email is easier, call Coach Musemeche at (325) 201-1608 or at and make payment when you arrive for the first day of camp.

Levelland Lobos Open Seven-on-Seven Today

Levelland FootballIt’s the fourth straight year the Levelland Lobos have qualified for the Seven-on-Seven Texas State Tournament and the Lobos open at Veterans Park and Athletic Complex in College Station today.

Pool play starts the field and the Lobos will hook up with Gatesville at 1:00pm this afternoon. They then will play Carthage at 3:00pm and Brazosport at 5:00pm.

Bracket play opens early on Friday.

We will keep updating the Lobos progress on our Twitter feed @KLVTSports.

Loboettes Add Another Veteran Coach, Rick Musemeche to Skipper Levelland Softball

RickMusemecheLess the a month after Levelland ISD named veteran coach Shelly Kay as Levelland Loboette Volleyball Coach, the Loboettes have another veteran on the way as Rick Musemeche has been named to skipper the Levelland Loboette Softball program.

Musemeche is no strange to the softball diamond as he comes off a 19 year stint as head coach of the Stamford Lady Bulldogs. During the stretch, the Lady Bulldogs put together eight playoff appearances.

Before the run at Stamford, Musemeche spent six years in the Houston ISD system.

“I’m very excited to be here,” said Coach Musemeche in a conversation with KLVT Sports. “I’m excited to meet the girls and excited to get our camp going.”

Loboette softball camp will be held opening on July 11th and run through July 13th. Incoming 3rd through 6th grades will be in camp from 8:00am to 10:00am on those three days. Incoming 7th through 9th graders will be in camp from 10:30am to 12:30pm. Cost of the camp is $40 and a link to sign up for the camp is provided below.

Musemeche will also be coaching Freshman volleyball under new Loboette Volleyball coach Shelly Kay. He noted that while he does not have a lot of volleyball experience, he is looking forward to learning more about the sports and hopes to have a great year with the Loboette freshman.

As far as moving to west Texas, he noted his daughter and grandchildren live in Lubbock and the opening for Loboette softball worked out perfectly.

“We (Coach Musemeche and his wife) we’re going to be moving to the area to be closer to our grand kids anyway. The opening with the Levelland Loboette softball team worked out perfectly.”

Welcome to Coach Rick Musemeche and remember to catch all Lobo and Loboettes sports all season long on KLVT AM1230 and

Click Here for Loboette Softball Camp form!

(thanks to the Stamford American for the photo)

Randolph Leaves Morton ISD, Hunt for Indians Coach is On

MortonAfter four years at Morton ISD, the Indians Athletic Director and football coach Jimmy Randolph has officially resigned.

On June 15th, the Morton ISD Board of Trustees accepted the resignation of Randolph after four years with the tribe in which he complied a record of seven-and-33.

According to Superintendent Vicki Rice the search for Randolph’s replacement is well underway and the district plans on closing the application process on Friday June 30th.

The Indians enter 2017 looking to find the playoffs after a drought of five years. The last Indian team to punch a play off card was in 2011 when Coach Jimmy Tercero led the tribe to a seven-and-four record and a district championship.

They will look for a playoff berth with Springlake-Earth, Sudan, Bovina, Smyer and Farwell on the district slate for 2017.