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John Roley Auto Center and Chevrolet Donate to Levelland Youth Baseball

DSC_5468As baseball season maybe finally be here for the kids around Levelland, John Roley Auto Center and Chevrolet has donated a large quantity of equipment and $500 to Levelland Youth Baseball.

The donation brings baseballs, bases, score books, batting tees and even pop screens to the league and is valued at over $2000.

Along with the equipment, John Roley Auto Center also has donated $500 to the league.

Levelland Youth Baseball is planning on getting their season underway as the COVID 19 restrictions are slowly lifted across Texas and Hockley County.

Teams were allowed to begin practices on Monday and games are scheduled to start on or about June 15th and run two nights a week for six weeks.

Levelland Youth Baseball is also currently discussing playing games with teams from Sundown.

T-Ball, Rookie, and Minor league schedules are currently being set while Major league remains a bit more up in the air due to a limited number of kids playing in Levelland.

More details on scheduling should be released by the end of the week.

(Thanks to Joe Gonzales of the Hockley County Levelland News Press for the photo)

Musemeche Retires After Three Years with Loboette Softball

RickMLongtime coach, three years with the Levelland Loboettes, softball coach and teach Rick Musemeche has announced his retirement.

While Musemeche has only been at Levelland ISD for three seasons his teaching and coaching career covers 28 years and over 300th career wins on the diamond.

Musemeche coached the Loboettes to a record of 62-34-and-one in three seasons.   The Loboettes captured Bi-District and Area Championships in 2018 and Bi-District Championship in 2019.

Congratulations to Coach Musemeche on a very successful career as a teacher and coach and enjoy retirement.

Loboette Volleyball Camp on the Calendar for Late July

Levelland LL on State LogoLevelland ISD is starting to move again for the summer and optimism is strong for fall sports in 2020, therefore, Levelland Loboette Volleyball has announced their camp dates for 2020.

The camp is scheduled for July 22nd through the 24th at Gano Tubb Gymnasium at Levelland High School.

Cost of the camp for all participants will be $60 and will include a t-shirt. Checks can be made out to Kayla Koerner. Venmo and Paypal will also be available. No money will be taken until the first day of camp.

Times and detailed instructions of the camp will be emailed to parents once guidelines for the district are set in place. All CDC and UIL guidelines will be followed for the safety of all participants and coaches.

4th-6th Graders: Each participant will learn basic volleyball skills: passing, setting, hitting, serving, and defense. Also, each day the athletes will play mini volleyball games to help develop the understanding of how the game is played

7th-8th Graders: Each participant will learn basic volleyball skills: passing, setting, hitting, serving, and defense as well as team strategies to help prepare for the upcoming season.

All registrations are being handled online so to register, click the link below.

Registration for Levelland Loboette Volleyball Camp 2020

Baseball and Softball May Yet Return To Levelland

Oxy OverviewWhile the COVID19 crisis shut down everything for the spring, Levelland Youth Baseball and Levelland Babe Ruth Fast Pitch Softball may yet get a season in.

Board officials from both boards met with City of Levelland leadership on Tuesday morning and while discussions involved much about how it would work the groups were reminded that the Governor of the State of Texas and those mandates do include health screens, spectator management and scheduling.

While practices in Texas can open on May 31st, games are not allowed until June 15th.

The City of Levelland noted to both groups that there would be minimum number of days to play, two to three per week, due to the city’s requirements to sanitize heavily on off days.

Both boards are working on details of starting the season as the Levelland Youth Baseball Board met in a virtual meeting  on Tuesday evening.

While there is concern about number of players and coaches still wanting to participate, the board agreed to building a tentative schedule to open play on or about June 15th and to wrap up play on or about July 31st.

More details should be released by May 31st as rosters are reassembled and coaches are contacted.

Levelland Babe Ruth Softball is talking about the opportunity for a summer season as well but also is working on details for a fall season.

Levelland Lobo and Loboette Basketball Present 2019-2020 Awards

It was an impressive season for the Levelland Lobos and Loboettes in 2019-20 and they have wrapped up the year in true Covid-19 fashion with virtual awards shared through various social media platforms.

The Levelland Loboettes took second in the district and went into the 4A Regional Quarterfinals in 2019-2020.

They honored their Defensive MVP Junior Michaela Watkins and their Offensive MVP to sophomore Emma Kent.  Senior Annie Dewbre was awarded the Fighting Heart award.

The Loboettes went 20-and-15 overall and say goodbye to seniors Jennifer Prado, Brytnee Bordayo, Annie Dewbre, Jordan Campbell, Erin Tienda, and Harliee Estrada.

The Levelland Lobos went 26-and-ten on the season while winning the Denver City Tournament and the Texas Bank Classic Tournament at Brownwood and finishing as co-district champions.  The Lobos went to the 2020 4A Regional Quarterfinals.

The Lobos honored Kaleb Penner with their Sixth Man award, Kaleb Reyna and Jacob Ramirez as their Defensive Most Valuable Players, Bryant White and Isaiah Salazar as their Heart of a Lobo award winners and junior Zaiden LeCroy was honored as the Gano Tubb award winner.

The Lobos say goodbye to seniors Jacob Ramirez, Kolby Head, Tyler Nervarez, Kaleb Reyna, and Justus Durham.

Congratulation to both Loboettte Coach Clay Barnett and Lobo Coach Jordan Elam on a great 2019-2020 season.

Click below for the virtual award presentations.

Levelland Lobo Basketball 

Levelland Loboette Basketball 

UIL Releases Summer Strength and Conditioning and Marching Band Practice Guidelines  


AUSTIN — The University Interscholastic League (UIL) released requirements and guidelines for its member schools to begin limited UIL summer strength and conditioning and marching band practice starting June 8, 2020 as restrictions due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic begin to be lifted across the state of Texas.

All information can be found on the UIL website at the following links:

Schools may use discretion when considering whether or not to offer in-person programs, and areas of the state facing COVID-19 related challenges should consult with local health officials to determine what additional restrictions, if any, should be added to these guidelines. Schools deciding to move forward with offering in-person activities are encouraged to do so carefully and with vigilance, ensuring safety requirements outlined in this approach are closely adhered to in order to mitigate risk.

The information provided and dates are subject to change based on COVID-19 related information. UIL will continue to work with state officials and monitor CDC and other federal guidance to determine any potential modifications to these guidelines.

“We are cautiously optimistic about beginning summer strength and conditioning programs and marching band practices that safely allow students to get back to working with their coaches and directors in preparation for the 2020-2021 school year,” said UIL Executive Director Dr. Charles Breithaupt. “While we are eager to resume UIL activities, we must do so carefully, deliberately and with an understanding that major adjustments are needed to ensure safety. The requirements outline an approach designed to help schools mitigate risk while ensuring students are physically prepared to return to activities in the Fall, should state and federal guidelines allow.”

This is an evolving situation. Please continue to check the UIL website and social media accounts for further updates.

Levelland Cross Country Honors Seniors and Award Winners

Levelland LL on State LogoAs awards for the 2019-20 season continue to roll out, Levelland Cross Country Coach Nelda Munoz handed out awards and honored seniors recently.

Erin Tienda was honored as an Academic All-State award winner while the Fighting Heart award went to Ericka Castillo and McKenna Ruiz and Rodrigo Ornelas were named as the Outstanding Runners for the 2019 season.

The team also honored their seniors including Brytnee Bordayo, Erin Tienda, Jennifer Prado, Mari Soliz, Emery Tienda and Kaleb Reyna.

Congratulations to Coach Nelda Munoz and all the Cross Country athletes on a great season and check out the awards video below.

Levelland Cross Country Awards for 2019