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#4 Loboettes Fall at Home to the Denver City Fillies

Levelland LL on State LogoThe #4 Levelland Loboettes dropped their first contest of 2019 as the Loboettes came up short against the Denver City Fillies 53-to-49 Tuesday night.

It was a back and forth all night as the Fillies led 17-to-14 after one quarter but Levelland surged through the second to lead 32-to-24 at the half.

Denver City rallied in the third.  While the Loboettes mustered just four points in the third, Denver City put up a 15 and the Fillies led 39-to-36 after three frames.

The Fillies would ride that lead to the locker room as they outscored the Loboettes 14-to-13 down the stretch to take the 53-to-49 win.

The Loboette certainly struggled.  After scoring plus 70 in their first two games of 2019, Levelland was held without a double figure scorer.

Emma Kent led the way with eight while Micah Graff, Michaela Watkins and Mahalie Stafford tossed in seven each. Annie Dewbre and Allie Latham scored six each in the loss.

Levelland is now at two-and-one and prepare for San Angelo Central coming to town on Monday.

The Loboettes tip at 6:30pm followed by the Lobos with the Levelland Lobo and Loboette Pregame Show starting at 6:00pm on KLVT AM1230, http://www.klvtradio.com and KLVT Facebook Live!

Lobos Drop Opener at Lubbock Cooper 59-to-40

Levelland LL on State LogoA short roster of new face opened the 2019-20 Levelland Lobo Basketball season, and despite a strong second half, Levelland dropped their opener 59-to-40 to the Lubbock Cooper Pirates.

Points were hard to come by early for the Lobos as Cooper led 13-to-four at the end of the opening quarter and 31-to-15 at the half.

Levelland had a much better second half holding the Pirates to to 12 third quarter points and scoring 16 of their own in the fourth.  It however was too little too late as the Pirates went on for the 59-to-40 win and Levelland opens the season at oh-and-one.

Sophomore Caleb Salazar led Levelland with nine points off the bench while Hunter Reed and Kolby Head tossed in eight each.  Kaleb Penner tossed in six and Kaleb Reyna added four and Luis Otero tossed in one.

The Pirates got 13 from Will Doherty and 11 from Patrick Irish in the win.

Levelland got shots but it took awhile to warm them up.

The Lobos hit 14-of-54 from the floor at 26% from the field while hitting four-of-21 from behind the arch.

Lubbock Cooper hit 23-of-50 in their home barn at 46% and two-of-17 behind the arch.

Levelland won the rebound battle 22-to-21 but Lubbock Cooper took the free throw line shooting 11-of-17 from the stripe while Levelland went eight-of-14.

Levelland opens the season oh-and-one and take the balance of the week off before returning to the court on Monday November 25th playing host to Denver City.

Both the Lobos and Loboettes take to the court on Monday as the Loboettes host San Angelo Central and the Lobos take on Denver City.

The Loboettes tip at 6:30pm followed by the Lobos with the Levelland Lobo and Loboette Pregame Show starting at 6:00pm on KLVT AM1230, http://www.klvtradio.com and KLVT Facebook Live!

Huey Nominated for a Mr. Texas Football Player of the Week Honor

ChristianHueyThe Sundown Roughnecks needed a lot of points on Friday as the Roughnecks outscored the Panhandle Panthers 60-to-56 in the 2A-1 Region One Bi-District Championships.  They certainly got a lot from Senior Quarterback Christian Huey and for his efforts, he has been nominated by Dave Campbell’s Texas High School Football for the Mr. Texas Football Player of the Week for Week 12.

Huey contributed in over 40 of the 60 scored by the Roughnecks going  for 330 yards and five touchdowns through the air.  He rushed for another 65 yards and two touchdowns and just for good measure, he chipped in six PATs.

The effort not only puts Huey on the ballot, it also advances the Sundown Roughnecks to the 2019 2A-1 Region One Area Championship for Friday night.

To vote for Huey, go to www.texasfootball.com and find the voting ballot on the right side of the page.

Don’t forget to go vote and remember to catch Sundown Roughneck Football Friday night from the Area Championship on KLVT AM1230, http://www.klvtradio.com and KLVT Facebook Live with Sundown Pregame Show starting at 6:30pm.

 

Kent and Latham Lead Loboettes by Colorado’s Lady Wolves

Levelland LL on State LogoEmma Kent had 24 and Allie Latham poured in 18 on Saturday as the #8 Levelland Loboettes used hot home shoot to take down the Colorado Lady Wolves 73-to-55 and move to two-and-oh on the year.

Levelland got going early and led 23-to-16 at the end of the first quarter and stretched the lead to 36-to-25 at halftime.

Levelland went on a 25-to-14 run in the third and despite the Lady Wolves winning the fourth quarter 16-to-12, the Loboettes won the day 73-to-55 to move their record to two-and-oh on the season.

The Loboettes leaned on some young talent and hot shooting in the win as Sophomore Emma Kent poured in 24 while hitting six-of-ten from the floor, three-of-five back of the arch and nine-of-11 from the free throw line. Junior Allie Latham tossed in 18 shooting three-of-six back of the arch and a perfect five-of-five from 15 feet.

Mahalie Stafford and Michaela Watkins had nine each while Jennifer Prado chipped in six, Mkya Graff and Annie Dewbre added two each and Mallary Blocker tossed in one in the win.

Krysta Stephens led the Lady Wolves with 17 while Mia Monroe tossed in 15 in the loss.

Levelland was hot from the floor hitting 11-of-24 from behind the three point arch at 46% and 20-of-26 from the free throw line at 77%

Despite giving up 23 turnovers, Levelland forced the Lady Wolves into 22 turnovers and out-rebounded Colorado 39-to-32 in the win.

Levelland improves to two-and-oh on the season and has another solid opponent coming to town on Tuesday to wrap up a three game home stand.

The Denver City Fillies come to Levelland with both Junior Varsity games starting at 4:30pm and Varsity at 6:00pm.

KLVT High School Football Playoff Scorecard (To Area Round)

KLVT Main Banner6A-2
BI-DISTRICT: El Paso Americas 36, Frenship 35
—Frenship Out—


5A-1
BI-DISTRICT: Lubbock Coronado 54, El Paso Eastwood 41
AREA: Lubbock Coronado vs. Denton Ryan, Saturday November 23rd, 3:00pm, Anthony Field at Wildcat Stadium, Abilene Christian University, Abilene

BI-DISTRICT: Lubbock Monterey 66, El Paso Eastlake 42
AREA: Lubbock Monterey vs. Birdville, Friday November 22nd, 4:00pm, Anthony Field at Wildcat Stadium, Abilene Christian University, Abilene


5A-2
BI-DISTRICT: Lubbock-Cooper 66, Forth Worth Wyatt 0
AREA: Lubbock-Cooper vs. El Paso Burgess, Friday November 22nd, 6:00pm, Panther Stadium, Fort Stockton


4A-2
BI-DISTRICT: Lubbock Estacado 53, Sweetwater 20
AREA: Lubbock Estacado vs. Graham, Friday November 22nd, 7:30pm, Anthony Field at Wildcat Stadium, Abilene Christian University, Abilene

BI-DISTRICT: Dalhart 35, Snyder 10
AREA: Dalhart vs. Iowa Park, Friday November 22nd, 7:00pm, Plains Capital Park at Lowery Field, Lubbock

BI-DSTIRCT: Pecos 45, Levelland 0
—-Levelland Out—-

BI-DISTRICT: Midland Greenwood 49, Perryton 7
—-Perryton Out—-


3A-1
BI-DISTRICT: Denver City 55, River Road 22
AREA: Denver City vs. Brock, Thursday November 21st, 7:00pm, Shotwell Stadium, Abilene

BI-DISTRICT: Slaton 41, Brownfield 12
—-Brownfield Out—-

BI-DISTRICT: Bushland 70, Tornillo 8
AREA: Bushland vs. Whitesboro, Friday November 22nd, 7:00pm, Hawk Stadium, Iowa Park

BI-DISTRICT: Shallowater 46, Kermit 23
AREA: Shallowater vs. Wall, Friday November 22nd, 7:00pm, Tiger Stadium, Snyder

BI-DISTRICT: Slaton 41, Brownfield 12
AREA: Slaton vs. Pilot Point, Friday November 22nd, 7:30pm, Lion’s Stadium, Vernon


3A-2
BI-DISTRICT: Abernathy 75, Reagan County 0
AREA: Abernathy vs. Childress, Friday November 22nd, 7:00pm, Kimbrough Memorial Stadium, Canyon

BI-DISTRICT: Crane 48, Idalou 35
—-Idalou Out—-

BI-DISTRICT: Alpine 33, Lubbock Roosevelt 21
—Lubbock Roosevelt Out—


2A-1
BI-DISTRICT: Post 54, Sanford-Fritch 0
AREA: Post vs. Ozona, Friday November 22nd, 7:00pm, Buffalo Stadium, Stanton

BI-DISTRICT: New Deal 39, Highland Park 24
AREA: New Deal vs. Hawley, Thursday November 21st, 7:00pm, Tiger Stadium, Snyder

BI-DISTRICT: Sundown 60, Panhandle 56
AREA: Sundown vs. Lindsay, Friday November 22nd, 7:00pm, Indian Stadium, Jim Ned High School, Tuscola

BI-DISTRICT: West Texas 79, Olton 26
—-Olton Out—-


2A-2
BI-DISTRICT: Sudan 59, Iraan 20
AREA: Sudan vs. Vega, Friday November 22nd, 7:00pm, Bobcat Stadium, Dimmitt

BI-DISTRICT: McCamey 30, Farwell 15
—-Farwell Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Van Horn 8, Seagraves 6
—Seagraves Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Wink 60, Bovina 7
—Bovina Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Gruver 44, Tahoka 41
—-Tahoka Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Ralls 32, Clarendon 19
AREA: Ralls vs. Wink, Saturday November 23rd, 3:00pm, Plains Capital Park at Lowery Field, Lubbock

BI-DISTRICT: Vega 56, Smyer 0
—Smyer Out—-

BI-DISTRICT: Stratford 69, New Home 18
—-New Home Out—-


1A-1
BI-DISTRICT: Ropes 58, O’Donnell 8
REGIONALS: Ropes vs. Rankin, Thursday November 21st, 6:30pm, Coyote Stadium, Borden County High School, Gail

BI-DISTRICT: Borden County 62, Morton 6
—Morton Out—


1A-2
BI-DISTRICT: Whitharral 49, Southland 0
REGIONALS: Whitharral vs. Groom, Friday November 22nd, 7:30pm, Mitchell Zimmerman Field, Lockney

BI-DISTRICT: Anton 52, Loop 33
REGIONALS: Anton vs. Motley County, Friday November 22nd, 7:00pm, Hornet Stadium, Lorenzo

KLVT High Football Playoff Scoreboard (Bi-Districts)

KLVT Main BannerEl Paso Americas 36, Frenship 35
Lubbock Coronado 54, El Paso Eastwood 41
Lubbock Monterey 66, El Paso Eastlake 42
Lubbock-Cooper 66, Forth Worth Wyatt 0
Pecos 45, Levelland 0
Lubbock Estacado 53, Sweetwater 20
Dalhart 35, Snyder 10
Midland Greenwood 49, Perryton 7
Denver City 55, River Road 22
Slaton 41, Brownfield 12
Bushland 70, Tornillo 8
Shallowater 46, Kermit 23
Abernathy 75, Reagan County 0
Crane 48, Idalou 35
Alpine 33, Lubbock Roosevelt 21
Post 54, Sanford-Fritch 0
New Deal 39, Highland Park 24
Sundown 60, Panhandle 56
West Texas 79, Olton 26
Sudan 59, Iraan 20
McCamey 30, Farwell 15
Van Horn 8, Seagraves 6
Wink 60, Bovina 7
Gruver 44, Tahoka 41
Ralls 32, Clarendon 19
Vega 56, Smyer 0
Stratford 69, New Home 18
Ropes 58, O’Donnell 8
Borden County 62, Morton 6
Whitharral 49, Southland 0
Anton 52, Loop 33

#6 South Plains Texans Split a Pair in the Dome

SPCMensTeamPic201920No. 6 Texans fall to No. 13 Panola 85-84 in overtime Friday
LEVELLAND — The sixth-ranked South Plains College men’s basketball team fell to No. 13 Panola College 85-84 in overtime Friday in their home opener at the Texan Dome.

South Plains moves to 4-1 on the season and will be back on the court on Saturday at 2 p.m. against Coastal Bend College at the Texan Dome. The game will stream live at spctexans.com and can be heard on KLVT Radio Levelland with Michael Wiiest calling the courtside action.

Leading 75-72 following a free throw from the Texans’ Paul Person with 3.5 seconds to go, the Ponies (5-0) swung the ball to Jermaine Drewey who launched a prayer from 45 feet that found the bottom of the next as time expired to send the game into overtime deadlocked at 75.

Panola would jump out to an 81-77 lead to begin the extra time, which was eventually cut to 81-80 on a free throw from the Texans’ Junior Farquhar with under six seconds remaining. South Plains would foul Stanton Rose with 2.4 seconds left, who would miss both free throws to give the Texans a final shot. Farquhar got one last heave off from midcourt at the buzzer, but couldn’t connect as the Ponies escaped with the win.

Jarrel Rosser led the Texans on the offensive end, netting 19 points and nine rebounds, shooting 6 of 14 from the floor and 7 of 9 from the free throw line. Rivaldo Soares provided 17 points and seven boards off the bench, connecting on 6 of 10 shots from the field and was 3 of 4 from the 3-point line.

South Plains’ Yuot Gai netted 12 points and four rebounds, dropping in 5 of 7 shots while Jevonnie Scott chipped in 11 points and grabbed four rebounds over 16 minutes. The Texans shot 40.3 percent from the floor and were 6 of 19 from the 3-point line while shooting just 58.9 percent from the charity stripe.

The Ponies’ Drewey led all scorers with 21 points and five rebounds, dropping in 4 of 8 shots from the field and was 9-for-10 from the free throw line over 35 minutes. Rose connected on six 3s for Panola, netting 19 points and snagged four steals in 23 minutes of play. Panola shot a 41.5 percent clip from the floor including a 61.9 percent mark from behind the arc.


No. 6 Texans tame Cougars 99-49 Saturday
LEVELLAND — Benjamin Bayela led all scorers with 23 points and six rebounds as the sixth-ranked South Plains College men’s basketball team defeated Coastal Bend College 99-49 Saturday at the Texan Dome.

South Plains improves to 5-1 with the win and will be back on the hardwood on Tuesday, Nov. 26 against Lamar Community College at 7 p.m. on “Meat the Texans” night at the Texan Dome. The game will stream live at spctexans.com with Michael Wiiest of KLVT Radio Levelland calling the courtside action.

Bayela, a 6-foot-6 guard from France was a perfect 9-for-9 from the floor, draining three triples to lead the Texans on the offensive end. Freshman Rivaldo Soares tallied 19 points over 25 minutes, sinking 7 of 10 shots from the field and was 3-for-5 from the 3-point line.

Sophomore guard Junior Farquhar finished with 15 points, five rebounds, and three assists, dropping in 5 of 9 attempts and was 2 of 3 from behind the arc. Philmon Gebrewhit, a 6-foot-7 redshirt freshman from Boston poured in 14 points in 31 minutes of action fro the Texans, shooting 3 of 9 from the hardwood to go along with three boards and three assists.

The Texans shot a season-high 60 percent from the field and were 9 of 19 from the 3-point line against the Cougars. South Plains outrebounded Coastal Bend 35-24 on the glass and scored 13 points on 14 turnovers from the Cougars. South Plains had it’s way inside, netting 44 points inside the paint and received 35 points from the bench.

Lance Paul led Coastal Bend in scoring with 14 points to go along with four rebounds, connecting on 6 of 13 shots from the floor and were 2 of 5 from the 3-point line. Desmond McNiel finished with nine points and a pair of boards for the Cougars, while Eric Conner had eight and Elijah Moleon netted six.

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