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Home Game Protocol, Schedules Set for Texan, Lady Texan Basketball

LEVELLAND — The Western Junior College Athletic Conference has set protocol for the upcoming men’s and women’s basketball seasons as the Texans and Lady Texans are slated to tip-off the season next week.

The Texans, who finished second in conference play and second at the Region V tournament a year ago will step on the hardwood for the first time on their home court at noon on Jan. 20 against Strength ‘N Motion Academy. South Plains will be on the road Jan. 24-26 at the Juco Elite 8 Tournament on the campus of the University of Central Oklahoma, followed by a matchup with Collin County Community College at noon on Jan. 31 at Collin County. All games will stream live at spctexans.com.

The Texans will return home to begin conference play as they host Howard College on Monday, Feb. 8 at 7:30 p.m. at the Texan Dome. South Plains will be on the road against Western Texas College on Feb. 11 in Snyder before returning home for a matchup with Clarendon College on Feb. 15 at 7:30 p.m. at the Dome. The full season and home game schedule can be found using the link at the bottom of the page.

Capturing the WJCAC and Region V titles last season, the Lady Texans will begin a new era under first-year head coach Ara Baten, who comes to SPC after 13 seasons heading up the Odessa College women’s basketball program. The Lady Texans will begin the season on the road against Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College on Jan. 22 at 5:30 p.m., followed by a matchup with Connors State College on Jan. 23 at 2 p.m. Both games will stream live at spctexans.com.

The Lady Texans will then head to Trinity Valley Community College on Jan. 27 for a 5:30 p.m. contest, followed by a matchup with Kilgore College In Kilgore at 5 p.m. on Jan. 28. The Lady Texans will make their home debut as they dive into conference play against Midland College on Feb. 1 at 5:45 p.m. at the Dome. The full season and home game schedule can be found using the link at the bottom of the page.

Texan Dome Covid-19 protocol:

Fans will be allowed to attend games this season as the WJCAC has set a 25% capacity limit for home teams. Fans will be asked to socially distance themselves and everyone inside the Dome will be required to wear a mask at all times. For those who can’t attend, all of our home games will stream live at spctexans.com using the ‘Watch Games’ tab at the top of the page.  

Women’s schedule: http://spctexans.com/sports/wbkb/2020-21/schedule

Men’s schedule: http://spctexans.com/sports/mbkb/2020-21/schedule

Lobos Open District with a Dub on the Road, Levelland Blows Out Lakeview 70-to-31

The Levelland Lobos opened district strong on Tuesday night getting a 70-to-31 road win at San Angelo Lakeview. The win moves the Lobos to 11-and-six on the year and to one-and-oh in district play.

Levelland got a fast start as Kaleb Penner and Bryant White both connected on threes and Levelland forced 11 Chief turnovers in the front eight minutes to take a 19-to-four lead after one frame.

That was pretty much the tale of the night.

Levelland dropped 15 in the second while holding Lakeview to nine and led 34-to-13 at the half.

That would grow further as Levelland led 60-to-21 after three and rolled in for the 70-to-31 win.

Four Lobos found double figures as Zaiden LeCroy paced Levelland with 16 points on six-of-six effort from the free throw line. Kaleb Penner dropped 14 on the back of a pair of threes while Taeshaun Jones scored 12 from the bench and Bryant White added ten. Isaiah Salazar and Caleb Salazar scored six each while Jerry Halie and Hunter Read scored two each in the win.

San Angelo Lakeview didn’t find a double figure scored while Tony Cabrera scored seven off the bench to pace the Chiefs while RJ Bohannon and Nathanyeil Govea scored six each in the loss.

The Lobos shot it well on the road hitting 28-for-52 from the field at 54% while connecting on seven-of-14 from behind the arch at 50% and 10-of-12 from the free throw line at 83%.

San Angelo Lakeview struggled with the Lobo defense hitting just 14-ofg-37 from the floor at 38%, only attempting four free throws on the night and suffering through 36 turnovers.

The Levelland Lobos move to 11-to-six on the season and to one-and-oh in the district.

The Lobos back their bags again with a trip to the Big Spring Steers on Friday night.

Freshman start at 5:00pm with Junior Varsity at 6:00pm and Varsity at 7:30pm.

Catch the Lobos live on KLVT AM1230, http://www.klvtradio.com and on Levelland Sports Nation with Lobo Pregame at 7:00pm.

BOYS DISTRICT SCOREBOARD (Tuesday January 12th)
Levelland 70, San Angelo Lake View 31
Snyder 45, Big Spring 23
Lubbock Estacado 101, Sweetwater 39

BOYS STANDINGS:
(1t) Levelland (11-6/1-0)
(1t) Lubbock Estacado (13-2/1-0)
(1t) Snyder (8-6/1-0)
(6t) Big Spring (11-7/0-1)
(6t) San Angelo Lakeview (7-10/0-1)
(6t) Sweetwater (9-5/0-1)

DISTRICT SCHEDULE (Friday January 15th)
Levelland @ Big Spring
San Angelo Lakeview @ Lubbock Estacado
Snyder @ Sweetwater

DISTRICT SCHEDULE (Tuesday January 19th)
Lubbock Estacado @ Levelland
Big Spring @ Sweetwater
San Angelo Lake View @ Snyder

#9 Levelland Blasts San Angelo Lakeview, Loboettes move to 17-and-oh

It was over almost as quickly as it began on Tuesday night as the #9 Levelland Loboettes blasted San Angelo Lakeview’s Maidens 70-to-16 to move to 17-and-oh on the season and three-and-oh in district play.

Emma Kent poured in a pair of threes and coupled with a three from Mahalie Stafford and buckets from five other Loboettes, Levelland led 22-to-five after eight minutes and never looked back.

It was 45-to-eight by half and Levelland, while scoring 15 in the third, held the Maidens scoreless in the third and cruised home for the 70-to-16 win.

While only one Loboette found double figures while every Loboette scored. Emma Kent had another big night as the junior hit four threes and poured in 20, Raegan LaBadie scored nine off the bench while Mallory Blocker added eight more off the pine and Allie Latham added eight more. Myka Graff and Carly Tienda scored six each, Mahalie Stafford scored five, Colbi Barnett added four, Laci White tossed in three and Michaela Watkins scored two in the win.

San Angelo didn’t find a double figure scored.

The win moves the Loboettes to 17-and-oh on the season and three-and-oh in district play as they return home on Friday to host the Big Spring Lady Steers.

Freshman tip Friday night at 5:00pm with Junior Varsity set for 6:00pm and Varsity at 7:30pm.

Catch the Loboettes live Friday night on http://www.klvtradio.com and on Levelland Sports Nation on Facebook with Loboette Pregame Show at 7:00pm.

GIRLS DISTRICT SCOREBOARD (Tuesday January 12th)
Levelland 70, San Angelo Lake View 16
Lubbock Estacado 54, Sweetwater 34
Snyder 47, Big Spring 38

GIRLS STANDINGS:
(1t) Levelland (17-0/3-0)
(1t) Lubbock Estacado (8-9/3-0)
(3t) Sweetwater (8-10/1-2)
(3t) Big Spring (8-11/1-2)
(3t) Snyder (9-10/1-2)
(6) San Angelo Lakeview (7-8/0-3)

DISTRICT SCHEDULE (Friday January 15th)
Big Spring @ Levelland
Lubbock Estacado @ San Angelo Lakeview
Sweetwater @ Snyder

DISTRICT SCHEDULE (Tuesday January 19th)
Levelland @ Lubbock Estacado
Sweetwater @ Big Spring
Snyder @ San Angelo Lake View

KLVT Area High School Basketball Scoreboard (Tuesday January 13th, 2021)

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Levelland 70, San Angelo Lake View 16
Lubbock Estacado 54, Sweetwater 34
Snyder 47, Big Spring 38
Brownfield 73, Lamesa 30
Littlefield 51, Friona 21
Shallowater 44, Slaton 28
Tulia 52, Lubbock Roosevelt 37
Sundown 39, Plains 21
Lockney 45, Smyer 27
Sudan 62, Olton 49
Seagraves 60, Morton 30
Ropes 76, Post 41
Anton 41, Lazbuddie 16
Meadow 45, Wellman-Union 34
Whiteface 67, Dawson 8
Springlake-Earth 67 Amherst 5
Whitharral 1, Loop 0 (Forfeit)
Whitharral 59, Hart 23
Frenship 56, Midland High 53
Lubbock Coronado 57, Lubbock Monterey 48
Abilene Cooper 50, Lubbock High 32
Plainview 69, Amarillo Tascosa 62
Lubbock Cooper 52, Abilene Wylie 49

BOYS BASKETBALL
Levelland 70, San Angelo Lake View 31
Snyder 45, Big Spring 23
Lubbock Estacado 101, Sweetwater 39
Shallowater 86, Slaton 45
Lamesa 78, Brownfield 69
Dinmitt 45, Muleshoe 41
Littlefield 48, Friona 26
Tulia 55, Lubbock Roosevelt 46
Olton 85, Sudan 20
Smyer 64, Lockney 51
Sundown 46, Plains 45 (OT)
Seagraves 54, Morton 32
Post 56, Ropes 34
Anton 49, Lazbuddie 40
Whiteface 65, Dawson 27
Whitharral 1, Loop 0 (Forfeit)
Whitharral 71, Hart 27
Frenship 71, Midland High 52
Lubbock Monterey 73, Lubbock Coronado 51
Abilene Cooper 44, Lubbock High 31
Lubbock Cooper 52, Abilene Wylie 43
Amarillo Tascosa 68, Plainview 57

Loboettes Light Up Sweetwater, #11 Levelland Two-and-Oh in District Basketball

The #11 Levelland Loboettes opened red hot on Friday night pouring in 28 points in the front eight minutes lighting up Sweetwater for a 71-to-36 win. The win moves the Loboettes to 16-and-oh overall and two-and-oh in district play.

Levelland opened red hot hitting six threes in the front eight minutes as Myka Graff, Emma Kent and Allie Latham all hit two threes each and it was over before it start with Levelland in front 28-to-11 after one quarter.

Levelland cooled as the night went but led 42-to-13 at half and continued to grow the lead throughout the game for the 71-to-36 win.

Every Loboette scored in the win and four found double figures. Emma Kent led all scorers pouring in 19 while hitting four threes and going five-of-five from the free throw line. Mkya Graff scored 13 while hitting three threes, Allie Latham added 11 on the back of three threes and Michaela Watkins dropped in ten while going four-of-four from the free throw line. Laci White added five, Raegan LaBadie added four, Carley Tienda with three while Mallory Blocker, Colbi Barnett, and Mahalie Stafford added two each.

Sweetwater got just one in double figures as Kenzi Mitchell scored 12 in the loss.

Levelland shot it well on the road.

The Loboettes hit 20-of-47 from the field at 43% while connecting on 10-of-30 behind the three point arch at 33% and an outstanding 21-of-26 from the free throw line.

The Loboettes move to 16-and-oh on the season and to two-and-oh in district play with San Angelo Lakeview coming to town on Tuesday.

The Freshman game has been cancelled for Junior Varsity will tip at 5:00pm with Varsity at 6:30pm.

Catch the Loboettes live on KLVT AM1230, http://www.klvtradio.com and on Levelland Sports Nation on Facebook!

DISTRICT SCOREBOARD:
Levelland 71, Sweetwater 36
Lubbock Estacado 49, Snyder 46
Big Spring 47, San Angelo Lakeview 33

GIRLS STANDINGS:
(1t) Levelland (16-0/2-0)
(1t) Lubbock Estacado (7-9/2-0)
(3t) Sweetwater (8-9/1-1)
(3t) Big Spring (8-10/1-1)
(6t) San Angelo Lakeview (7-7/0-2)
(6t) Snyder (8-10/0-2)

DISTRICT SCHEDULE (Tuesday January 12th)
San Angelo Lakeview @ Levelland
Lubbock Estacado @ Sweetwater
Snyder @ Big Spring

DISTRICT SCHEDULE (Friday January 15th)
Big Spring @ Levelland
Lubbock Estacado @ San Angelo Lakeview
Sweetwater @ Snyder

Lobos Win Final Non-District Contest, Levelland Over Lubbock Home School

The Levelland Lobos closed the non-district schedule on Friday night with 54-to-42 over Lubbock Home School a and moved the Lobos to ten-and-six on the schedule going into district play on Tuesday.

While the Lobos led 11-to-ten after one quarter, Lubbock Home School outscored Levelland 11-to-eight in the second and the Titans lead 31-to-30 at the half.

Both got 12 in the third but the Lobo defense would hold the Titans to just nine points while Levelland got seven from Caleb Salazar, five from Isaiah Salazar and four each from Kaleb Penner and Zaiden LeCroy. It was a 23-to-nine run the in final eight minutes to lead the Lobos to the 54-to-42 win.

Levelland put four in double figures as Zaiden LeCroy scored 12, Isaiah Salazar and Bryant White connected on 11 each and Caleb Salazar added ten in the win. Kaleb Penner and Taeshawn Jones scored four each and Hunter Read scored two for the Lobos.

The win moves Levelland to ten-and-six overall as the Lobos open up district play on Tuesday at San Angelo Lakeview.

The Freshman start it off on Tuesday at 5:00pm with Junior Varsity at 6:00pm and Varsity at 7:30pm. Catch the Lobos live on KLVT AM1230, http://www.klvtradio.com and on Levelland Sports Nation!

KLVT Area Basketball Scoreboard (Friday, January 8th, 2021)

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Levelland 71, Sweetwater 36
Lubbock Estacado 49, Snyder 46
Big Spring 47, San Angelo Lakeview 33
Shallowater 59, Idalou 45
Lamesa 35, Friona 20
Brownfield 73, Littlefield 38
New Home 46, Muleshoe 42
Sudan 72, Plains 41
Sundown 33, Seagraves 19
Ropes 81, Smyer 28
O’Donnell 57, Petersburg 46
Whiteface 60, Wellman-Union 21
Springlake-Earth 75, Kress 34
Whitharral vs. Dawson (canceled)

BOYS BASKETBALL
Levelland 54, Lubbock Titans 42
Olton 77, Morton 26
New Deal 60, Plains 30
Tahoka 41, Seagraves 38
Lubbock Roosevelt 64, Post 59 (OT)
Childress 64, Slaton 36
Greenwood 58, Lubbock High 37
Seminole 65, Coronado 50
Frenship 75, Odessa 46
Lubbock Estacado 87, Dalhart 35
Meadow 51, Motley County 41
Anton 51, Cotton Center 44
Littlefield 45, Brownfield 37
Shallowater 63, Idalou 39
Ropes 45, Spur 43
Petersburg 42, O’Donnell 36
Shallowater 63, Idalou 39
Amarillo High 56, Plainview 29

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