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KLVT Area District Football Schedule (Thursday October 19th, Friday October 20th)

letstalkfbbanner5ON THE AIR
Levelland Lobos @ Lubbock Estacado Matadors (7:00pm Thursday) LISTEN LIVE on KLVT AM1230 and! Pregame 6:00pm!

Morton Indians @ Garden City BearKats (7:00pm Thursday) LISTEN LIVE on! Pregame 6:45pm!

Sundown Roughnecks @ Hale Center Owls (7:30pm Friday) LISTEN LIVE on KLVT AM1230 and! Pregame 7:15pm!

Borger @ Pampa (7:00pm)
Perryton @ Denver City (7:00pm)
Dalhart @ Bushland (7:00pm)
Amarillo River Road @ Muleshoe (7:30pm)
Friona @ Littlefield (7:30pm)
Slaton @ Shallowater (7:30pm)
Lubbock Roosevelt @ Stanton (7:30pm)
Coahoma @ Idalou (7:30pm)
Abernathy @ Olton (7:30pm)
New Deal @ Floydada (7:30pm)
Bovina @ Springlake-Earth (7:30pm)
Farwell @ Smyer (7:30pm)
Whiteface @ Anton (7:30pm)


KLVT Area Football District Scorecard (October 19th, 2017)


4A-1 District 1

(1t) Borger (2-4)
(1t) Levelland (3-3)
(1t) Lubbock Estacado (5-1)
(1t) Pampa (4-2)

October 19th/20th
Levelland @ Lubbock Estacado
Borger @ Pampa

4A-2 District 1

District Scoreboard
Denver City 16, Brownfield 12
Bushland 51, Perryton 18

(1t) Bushland (5-2) 1-0
(1t) Denver City (5-2) 1-0
(3) Dalhart (2-4) 0-0
(5t) Brownfield (2-5) 0-1
(5t) Perryton (1-6) 0-1

October 20th
Dalhart @ Bushland
Perryton @ Denver City
Brownfield (BYE)

3A-1 District 1

District Scoreboard
Shallowater 55, Littlefield 6
Muleshoe 17, Slaton 14
Friona 54, Amarillo River Road 18
(1t) Friona (6-0) 1-0
(1t) Muleshoe (2-4) 1-0
(1t) Shallowater (5-1) 1-0
(6t) Amarillo River Road (0-6) 0-1
(6t) Littlefield (1-5) 0-1
(6t) Slaton (2-4) 0-1

October 20th

Amarillo River Road @ Muleshoe
Friona @ Littlefield
Slaton @ Shallowater

3A-2 District 2

District Scoreboard
Colorado City 28, Idalou 0
Coahoma 34, Stanton 0

(1t) Coahoma (5-2) 1-0
(1t) Colorado City (6-1) 1-0
(3) Lubbock Roosevelt (0-6) 0-0
(5t) Idalou (2-5) 0-1
(5t) Stanton (1-6) 0-1

October 20th
Lubbock Roosevelt @ Stanton
Coahoma @ Idalou
Colorado City (Idle)

2A-1 District 2

District Scoreboard
Floydada 25, Hale Center 21
Abernathy 49, Sundown 16
New Deal 46, Olton 7

(1t) Abernathy (6-0) 1-0
(1t) Floydada (3-4) 1-0
(1t) New Deal (6-0) 1-0
(1t) Hale Center (5-1) 0-1
(1t) Olton (3-3) 0-1
(1t) Sundown (5-1) 0-1

October 20th
New Deal @ Floydada
Sundown @ Hale Center
Abernathy @ Olton

2A-2 District 3

District Scoreboard
Bovina 41, Smyer 0
Farwell 43, Sudan 13

(1t) Bovina (4-2) 1-0
(1t) Farwell (3-4) 1-0
(1t) Springlake-Earth (2-4) 1-0
(1t) Smyer (1-5) 0-1
(1t) Sudan (1-5) 0-1

October 20
Bovina @ Springlake-Earth
Farwell @ Smyer
Sudan (Idle)

1A-1 District 2

(1t) Anton (6-1)
(1t) Hart (2-5)
(1t) Nazareth (5-2)
(1t) Whiteface (1-6)

October 20th
Whiteface @ Anton
Hart (Idle)
Nazareth (Idle)

1A-1 District 3

(1t) Lorenzo (6-1)
(1t) Meadow (4-3)
(1t) New Home (3-4)
(1t) Ropes (5-2)

District Opens October 27th

1A-2 District 3

District Scoreboard
Whitharral 66, Kress 18
Lazbuddie 15, Cotton Center 6

(1t) Lazbuddie (6-1) 1-0
(1t) Whitharral (1-6) 1-0
(1t) Amherst (3-3) 0-0
(1t) Cotton Center (1-6) 0-1
(1t) Kress (0-7) 0-1

October 20th
Amherst @ Cotton Center
Lazbuddie @ Whitharral
Kress (Bye)


Levelland Loboettes Open TABC Poll Ranked #6


The Levelland Loboettes rolled in playoff last season.  Here is the 2016-17 Loboettes after their Regional Quarterfinal Championship over the Bushland Lady Falcons!

Levelland’s Loboettes have certainly been on a roll over the last three years and riding three straight district titles, a 32-and-five season in 2016-2017, 35 district consecutive district wins, and 10 returning varsity players for the 2017-18 season. Everyone seems to be noticing as the Loboettes have opened the 4A Texas Association of Basketball Coaches poll at Number Six.

The Loboettes feature four of five returning starters and while the point guard spot was a struggle due to injury last season, the team looks deep in 2017-18.

“I think a lot of times those preseason rankings are based on what you did last year,” said Loboette Head Coach Clay Barnett. “But since we have so many kids back off that team, I’m not saying that we deserve anything or that this is accurate but I kinda expected we’d be somewhere top ten.”

The card will be senior laden for fifth year coach Clay Barnett returning Jaycee Hill, Paige Royal, Megan Latham, and M’Kenzie Campbell. Coupled with the return of leading scorer and junior Miranda Villegas, post presence and junior Makayla Escue, point guard and junior Mari Ruiz and what certainly should be a healthy guard and junior Natalie Velardez, the Loboettes look poised to put up another solid year.

“If this team can stay healthy and stay hungry, hungry is going to be a big thing and we don’t want to hang our hat on what we did last year, but if we stay healthy and hungry I could see this team in the hunt,” said Barnett.

Levelland opens the poll at number six behind Liberty Hill at one, Godley at two, Argyle at three, Tatum at four, and Madisonville at number five.

Denver City is the only other ranked district team as the Fillies return nine to their roster for the 2017-18 season. Oddly enough, despite returning seven players, the Seminole Maidens are not polling to open the season.

The Loboettes open with scrimmages at Lubbock Roosevelt on Saturday October 28th and hosting Midland Christian on November 7th.

The regular season opens on November 11th at Frenship and features a trip to the Ponder Tournament November 16th through the 18th, hosting the Levelland Tournament November 30th through December 2nd and the FiberMax Caprock Classic running December 28th through the 30th. District play opens on January 5th at Denver City.

Tune in Loboette Basketball all season long on KLVT AM1230 and

Loboettes Survive Four Game Battle with the Fillies and Hold onto Second Slot in District, Levelland defeats Denver City 25-16, 12-25, 25-23, 25-17

loboettevolleyballgenericIt was a battle to say the least as Denver City came to Levelland on Tuesday night and the battle was for second place in the district with opportunities for district wins dwindling quickly. The Levelland Loboettes needed four but managed to survive the battle for a four game win, 25-16, 12-25, 25-23, 25-17.

Levelland started on a three-to-one lead in the first and the lead just steadily grew to the 25-to-16 win.

Game two was much the same for Denver City. The Fillies opened a three-to-one lead and ran away with the second 25-to-12 and left the match tied at one each.

Game three was a battle but the Fillies led 20-to-16 late only to see Levelland out score them nine-to-four down the stretch and win a 25-to-23 match up on a last point kill from Makayla Escue.

Game four was blow for blow early but Levelland started to find the groove midway and after a six-to-six tie, Levelland out scored the Fillies 19-to-11 down the stretch for the 25-17 game four win and a 25-16, 12-25, 25-23, 25-17 win in the match.

Levelland narrowly won the kill column at 47-to-46 while Denver City took the block column five-to-two.

Service didn’t really help the Loboettes but severely hampered the Fillies.

Levelland picked up four aces while faulting six times while Denver City got just three aces and faulted 15 times in four games.

Levelland got a stellar night from Junior Makayla Escue as she led three statistical columns. She would finish with 17 kills, two blocks and 10 service points while going 17-of-18 in service.

Paige Royal took eight kills while Kelsie Davis added seven and M’Kenzi Campbell took six kills in the win. Avery Reed collected three kills with Megan Latham adding two and Kazzi Spears added a single kill.

While Escue led in the service, Mia Rendon and Megan Latham added seven points each with Latham hanging a pair of aces. Chloe Dunn grabbed six service points on a single ace.

Denver City got 19 kills from Holly Hemmeline, 17 kills from Macey Jordon and three blocks from Lexi Ivy. Jordon added 10 service points.

Denver City slides to five-and-three in district play and while sitting in third and already holding a play off spot, the Fillies are limited in how much they can gain or lose with only two games to play. The Fillies could still tie Levelland for second if the Loboettes would lose their last two and Denver City could win their last two.

Lamesa, currently sitting fourth, could in theory tie the Fillies for third if Denver City would drop their last two and the Golden Tornadoes could win out.

Levelland, while a playoff spot is already secure, could still take a share of a district title.

The Loboettes host Lamesa on Saturday and travel to Seminole on Tuesday. If Levelland wins out, it could create a tie for the district champion.

Levelland hosts Lamesa on Saturday and game times have been altered a bit due to other activities.

Freshman and Junior Varsity are scheduled for 11:30am Saturday with Varsity to follow at 12:30pm.

Catch the Loboettes live on KLVT AM1230 and with the Loboette Pregame Show starting about Noon on Saturday.

Levelland def. Denver City 25-16, 12-25, 25-23, 25-17
Lamesa def. Lubbock Estacado 25-12, 25-18, 25-12
Seminole def. Brownfield 25-19, 25-13, 25-16

(1) Seminole 8-0*
(2) Levelland 7-1*
(3) Denver City 5-3*
(4) Lamesa 3-5
(5) Brownfield 1-7
(6) Lubbock Estacado 0-8 (OUT)
*Playoff Clinch

DISTRICT SCHEDULE (Saturday October 21st)
Lamesa (3-5) @ Levelland (7-1)
Seminole (8-0) @ Denver City (5-3)
Lubbock Estacado (0-8) @ Brownfield (1-7)

DISTRICT SCHEDULE (Tuesday October 24th)
Levelland @ Seminole
Lamesa @ Brownfield
Denver City @ Lubbock Estacado

KLVT Area Volleyball Scoreboard (Tuesday 10/18/2017)

letstalkfbbanner5DISTRICT VOLLEYBALL
Levelland def. Denver City 25-16, 12-25, 25-23, 25-17
Lamesa def. Lubbock Estacado 25-12, 25-18, 25-12
Seminole def. Brownfield 25-19, 25-13, 25-16
Shallowater def, Littlefield 25-10, 25-14, 25-8
Lubbock Coronado def. Abilene Cooper 27-25, 25-21, 25-20
Lubbock Cooper def. San Angelo Lake View 25-17, 25-9, 25-18
Lubbock Monterey def. Lubbock High 26-24, 25-14, 25-21
Permian def. Frenship 16-25, 25-23, 25-23, 14-25, 15-12

KLVT Area Volleyball Schedule (Tuesday October 17th, 2017)

letstalkfbbanner5DISTRICT VOLLEYBALL
Permian @ Frenship
(Freshman 4:30pm, JV at 5:00pm and 5:30pm, Varsity 6:00pm)

Shallowater @ Littlefield
(Freshman and Junior 5:00pm, Varsity 6:30pm)

Denver City @ Levelland LISTEN LIVE
(Freshman and Junior 5:30pm, Varsity 6:30pm)

Brownfield @ Seminole
(Freshman and Junior 5:30pm, Varsity 6:30pm)

Lubbock Estacado @ Lamesa
(Freshman and Junior 5:30pm, Varsity 6:30pm)

San Angelo Lake View @ Lubbock Cooper
(Freshman and Junior 5:30pm, Varsity 6:30pm)

Levelland Lobos and Jose Manzanares District Champs, Loboettes Run Second


Jose Manzanares led the pack at the 2017 District Cross Country Meet (thanks to Coach Nelda Munoz for the photos)

The Levelland Lobos got a gold winning time from Jose Manzanares on Thursday and captured the 4A District Two team Championship with four Lobos running in the top ten.

Jose Manzanares took the top time and the individual gold in 16:53.02, out running teammate Rodrigo Ornelas at 17:11.89 who finished second. Brady Alcazar ran eighth and Fernando Granados ran tenth.

Levelland finished with 29 points and out distanced Brownfield by 15 points. Seminole ran third at 61.

The Levelland Loboettes were edged out of the team title by the Seminole Maidens.

Seminole grabbed the top two slots with Hailey Davis running first at 12:44.83 and Itzel Quinonez running second at 13:04.79.

LevellandXCountryDistrictIsabel Martinez paced Levelland in fourth place at 13:11.95 while Saidee Mendoza ran 12th at 13:40.71.

The Loboettes finished second at 58 with Seminole winning the team title at 26 points.

The Lobos and Loboettes will be back in action coming up on October 23rd for the regional meet at Mae Simmons Park in Lubbock.