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Levelland’s Chris Gerber on the Ballot for Lone Star Varsity Athlete of the Week

LubbockAvAthleteThere was no doubt about it. The Levelland Lobos 27-to-20 win over Lubbock Estacado on Thursday night for a District Championship was a big win for Levelland and one of the contributors, Senior Quarterback Chris Gerber certainly drew so headlines as he is on the ballot for the Lone Star Varsity Athlete of the Week with the Lubbock Avalanche Journal.

Gerber tallied 352 total yards and a pair of rushing touchdowns in the win over then top ten ranked Lubbock Estaado.

Gerber is joined on the ballot by Monterey’s Demontrareis Lacy and New Deal’s DK Blaylock.

The girl’s ballot includes Coronado’s Ayana Segrest, Frenship’s Abre Godfrey and Monterey’s Sydni Wagoner.

Click on the link below to go vote for Chris Gerber!

VOTE LONE STAR VARSITY ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

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Lobo Football Playoff Tickets on Sale Starting Wednesday

Lobo District Champ GraphicThe Levelland Lobos are off to the 2018 4A-2 Region One Bi-Districts as a District Champion and head to Andrews on Friday to take on the Monahans Loboes and your tickets are on sale starting on Wednesday.

Tickets for the Levelland vs Monahans game will go on sale Wednesday at 8:30am and will be available until Friday at 1:00pm.  Pre-game prices are adults $4.00 and students $2.00.

All tickets will be $6 at the gate on Friday night.

To purchase your advanced see Mrs. Rebecca Macha at the Levelland High School Athletic Office in the field house at 1400 Hickory Street in Levelland and remember those go on sale on Wednesday.

KLVT Area Football Playoff Scorecard (Opening Bi-District Round)

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BI-DISTRICT: Lubbock Coronado vs. El Paso Chapin, Friday November 16th, 7:00pm, Plains Capital Park Lowery Field, Lubbock


5A-2
BI-DISTRICT:
Lubbock Cooper vs, Eastern Hills, Friday November 16th, 7:00pm, First United Park Pirate Stadium, Lubbock Cooper High School, Lubbock


4A-2
BI-DISTRICT:
Levelland vs. Monahans, Friday November 16th, 7:0pm, The Mustang Bowl, Andrews CLICK TO LISTEN LIVE

BI-DISTRICT: Lubbock Estacado vs. Fort Stockton, Thursday November 15th, 7:00pm, Grande Communications Stadium, Midland

BI-DISTRICT: Dalhart vs. Snyder, Friday November 16th, 7:00pm, Greg Sherwood Memorial Bulldog Stadium, Plainview

BI-DISTRICT: Perryton vs. Midland Greenwood, Friday November 16th, 7:00pm, Bobcat Stadium, Dimmitt High School, Dimmtt


3A-1
BI-DISTRICT:
Denver City vs. Littlefield, Thursday November 15th, 7:00pm, Plains Capital Park Lowery Field, Lubbock

BI-DISTRICT: Brownfield vs. Slaton, Thursday November 15th, 7:30pm, First United Park Pirate Stadium, Lubbock Cooper High School, Lubbock

BI-DISTRICT: Shallowater vs. Tornillo, Thursday November 15th, 6:00pm, The Mustang Bowl, Andrews

BI-DISTRICT: Bushland vs. Kermit, Thursday November 15th, 7:00pm, Lobo Stadium, Levelland


3A-2
BI-DISTRICT:
Abernathy vs. Anthony, Thursday November 15th, 7:00pm, Wildcat Field, Wink

BI-DISTRICT: Idalou vs. Alpine, Thursday November 15th, 7:00pm, J M King Memorial Stadium, Greenwood High School, Midland


2A-1
BI-DISTRICT: New Deal vs. Sunray, Thursday November 15th, 7:30pm, Wildcat Stadium, Amarillo River Road High School, Amarillo

BI-DISTRICT: Sundown vs. Sanford-Fritch, Thursday November 15th, 7:00pm, Younger Field, Tulia CLICK TO LISTEN LIVE


2A-2
BI-DISTRICT:
Sudan vs. Wink, Friday November 16th, 7:30pm, Mustang Stadium, Denver City

BI-DISTRICT: Plains vs. McCamey, Friday November 16th, 7:30pm, Buffalo Stadium, Stanton

BI-DISTRICT: Smyer vs, Stratford, Friday November 16th, 4:00pm, Kimbrough Memorial Stadium, Canyon CLICK TO LISTEN LIVE


1A-1
BI-DISTRICT:
Morton vs. Borden County, Friday November 16th, 6:00pm, Johnson Field, O’Donnell CLICK TO LISTEN LIVE

BI-DISTRICT: Ropes vs. Grady, Thursday November 15th, 7:30pm, Coyote Stadium, Borden County High School, Gail


1A-2
BI-DISTRICT:
Whitharral vs. Southland, Friday November 16th, 8:00pm, Johnson Field, O’Donnell  CLICK TO LISTEN LIVE

BI-DISTRICT: Anton vs. Wilson, Thursday November 15th, 7:30pm, Bulldog Stadium, Anton

#15 Lady Texans Split a Pair at Liberal, Move to Four-and-One on the Season

SPC Lady Texans 18 19No. 10 Seward County squeaks by No. 15 South Plains 75-70 Friday night in Liberal

LIBERAL, KS — Despite building their lead to as much as 11 with under four minutes to play, a late rally from No. 10 Seward County pushed the Lady Saints past No. 15 South Plains 75-70 Friday night at the Greenhouse.

The Lady Texans move to 3-1 on the season and will look to get back in the win column on Saturday when they take on Dodge City at 2 p.m. The game will be streaming live at spctexans.com.

Leading by nine late in the final stint, South Plains’ Caroline Germond put the Lady Texans up 11, 64-53 with a jumper from 10 feet with 3:58 remaining, part of a 15-6 run from South Plains. Seward would answer with a 15-2 run capped by a 3-pointer from Aquila Mucubaquire that gave the Lady Saints (3-0) a 68-66 lead with 1:15 to play, a lead they would not relinquish.

South Plains shot 41.5 percent (27-65) from the floor and 40 percent (6-15) from the perimeter in a game that was tied 10 times and saw seven lead changes over four quarters. Seward finished 34.4 percent from the field and shot just 28.6 percent from the behind the arc, but capitalized at the free throw line, sinking 27 of 31 attempts from the charity stripe.

South Plains scored 36 points inside the paint and tallied 10 points off 19 Lady Saints’ turnovers. Reining National Player of the Week Keke Hunter scored in double figures for the fourth consecutive game, chipping in 20 points on 6 of 15 shooting for the Lady Texans and was a perfect 8-for-8 from the free throw line. Hunter also grabbed nine rebounds including seven on the offensive end in 27 minutes of action.

Sophomore Gabbie Green scored a season-high 18 points for South Plains, knocking down 8 of her 16 attempts from the floor to go along with five boards and a pair of steals. South Plains’ Ruth Koang pitched in with nine points and six boards, bucketing 4 of 6 attempts from the floor in 19 minutes of action. Freshman Oceane Robin finished with eight points and four rebounds for South Plains while Romola Dominguez netted five and Nyah Morris finished with three.

Carla Covane led the offensive attack for the Lady Saints tallying 17 points on 6 of 10 shooting to go along with nine rebounds in 33 minutes. Seward’s Silvia Veloso tallied 16 points and a game-high seven assists, while Sidney Tinner finished with 15 points and Mucubaquire netted 12.

No. 15 Lady Texans improve to 4-1, thrash Dodge City 80-51 Saturday in Liberal

LIBERAL, KS — The No. 15 ranked South Plains College women’s basketball team improved to 4-1 on the year Saturday following an 80-51 thrashing of Dodge City at the Greenhouse.

South Plains’ Sarah Shematsi scored a season-high 21 points on 8 of 15 shooting to go along with two assists and three steals over 24 minutes. Sophomore Gabbie Green scored in double figures for the second time in as many days, netting 15 points on 7 of 15 shooting to go along with four assists and three boards.

Sophomore Chantel Govan netted nine points and two boards, bucketing four of her six attempts from the field in 26 minutes of action. Caroline Germond netted eight points and four assists while Ocean Robin tallied eight points while Ruth Koang bucketed seven and Nyah Morris finished with six.

South Plains shot 52.6 percent from the floor and 57 percent from the 3-point line, netting 14 points inside the paint and received 40 points off the bench. South Plains forced 17 turnovers in the contest and held Dodge City to just 31 percent shooting from the field and 23 percent from behind the arc.

The Lady Texans will return to the hardwood next weekend when they travel to Beeville for the Coastal Bend College Classic for a three-game stint. South Plains will tip off against Coastal Bend College on Nov. 15 at 6 p.m., followed by a matchup with Palo Alto on Nov. 16 at 1 p.m., followed by a matchup with San Antonio College on Nov. 17 at 11 a.m.

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

#2 Texans Take a Pair of Wins in Kansas and Move to Four-and-Oh

SPC Texans 18 19Prim nets 31 as No. 2 Texans hold off Seward County 79-76 Friday in Liberal

LIBERAL, KS — Gaige Prim scored a season-high 31 points as the second-ranked South Plains College men’s basketball team held off a late surge from Seward County to clip the Saints 79-76 Friday night at the Greenhouse.

South Plains improves to 3-0 on the year and will return to the hardwood on Saturday at 4 p.m. against Dodge City. The game will be streaming live at spctexans.com.

Leading 78-76 with 13 seconds to play, a steal from Seward’s Montrevion Flowers gave the Saints a chance to tie or go ahead in the final seconds. Following a Seward timeout, Flowers took the ball off the inbound and drove to the basket, meeting Prim at the rim as the 6-foot-9 center from Aurora, Colorado rejected Flowers with four seconds remaining as Prim grabbed the defensive board and sealed the game for South Plains.

“I saw him (Flowers) go to the back door off the inbound and I knew he wasn’t going to waste any time once he got the ball,” Prim said. “Luckily I was able to time the block right and grab the rebound and protect our lead. A win like this can really help our confidence down the road when face a similar situation because we will know we can go on the road in a tough environment and find a way to win.”

Prim finished 11 of 14 from the floor, 6 of 8 from the free throw line and was a perfect 3-for-3 from the 3-point line. South Plains received 27 points off the bench, 16 coming via Charles Jennings who bucketed 16 points and three assists on 6 of 14 shooting in 13 minutes of action. Sophomore Trey Wade finished with 10 points and four boards for the Texans while Jonah Antonio tallied nine and Trevin Wade netted six points, two assists, and two steals.

South Plains shot 46.4 percent (26-56) from the floor and 35.7 percent (10-28) from the 3-point line. Seward (2-1) shot 49.1 percent from the field and netted 44 points inside the paint, outrebounding the Texans 38-29 on the glass.

Isiah Small led the Saints in scoring with 27 points on 11 of 16 shooting to go along with eight rebounds and three assists over 34 minutes. Flowers tallied 12 points for Seward, bucketing five of his eight attempts, while Hegel Augustin netted 11 and Reggie Miller scored four points and grabbed six boards.

“We saw what they were doing on defense and just tried to get to work early on,” Prim said. “We tried to take our time and not rush anything and tonight was a good test for us against a good program. Jonah knocked down a couple 3s and Jennings game off the bench and had a huge game for us, and stuff like that is going to keep us rolling.”

No. 2 South Plains pummels Dodge City 108-69 Saturday in Liberal

LIBERAL, KS — The second-ranked South Plains College men’s basketball team shot a season-high 54 percent from the floor as they improved to 4-0 on the year with a 108-69 pummeling of Dodge City Community College Saturday at the Greenhouse.

South Plains finished 41 of 75 from the field and knocked down a season-best 17 3s in the contest. The Texans dominated on the glass as they outrebounded Dodge City 52-30 leading to 38 points inside the paint and scored 20 points on 15 forced turnovers.

Deon Barett scored a season-high 20 points on 7 of 9 shooting from the field including a 4-for-5 mark from the 3-point line in 19 minutes of action. Sophomore big man Gaige Prim recorded his fourth double-double of the year netting 17 points to go along with 13 boards. Prim knocked down six of his 10 attempts from the field and finished with a season-high five blocked shots.

Sophomore sharpshooter Jonah Antonio tallied 17 points over 27 minutes, bucketing 7 of 10 attempts from the field and was 3 of 5 from behind the arc. South Plains’ Dajour Joseph netted 11 points on 4 of 7 shooting while Christian Wilson finished with eight and Trey Wade bucketed seven.

South Plains will return to the hardwood next weekend when they make their home debut at the Texan Classic Nov. 16-17 at the Texan Dome. South Plains will square off with North Lake College at 7 p.m. on Nov. 16 followed by a matchup with Coastal Bend College on Nov. 17 at 2 p.m. Both games will be streaming live at spctexans.com.

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

KLVT Area Football Playoff Scorecard (FINAL)

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6A REGION ONE DISTRICT 2

SCOREBOARD
Tascosa 44, Frenship 21
Midland Lee 43, Permian 36
Midland High 49, Odessa 35

DISTRICT STANDINGS
(1t) Tascosa 5-1*
(1t) Midland Lee 5-1*
(3) Permian 4-2*
(4) Midland High 3-3*
(5) Odessa 1-5
(6) Frenship 0-6(out)

TO PLAYOFFS
(1) Tascosa
(2) Midland Lee
(3) Permian
(4) Midland High

5A-1 REGION ONE DISTRICT 2

SCOREBOARD
Amarillo Caprock 59, Lubbock Coronado 49
Lubbock Monterey 42. Lubbock High 13
Amarillo High 58, Abilene Cooper 27

DISTRICT STANDINGS
(1t)Amarillo Caprock 5-1*
(1t) Lubbock Coronado 5-1*
(3t)Amarillo 4-2*
(3t) Abilene Cooper 4-2*
(5) Lubbock Monterey 2-4 (out)
(6) Amarillo Palo Duro 1-5 (out)
(7) Lubbock 0-6 (out)

TO PLAYOFFS
(1) Amarillo Caprock
(2) Lubbock Coronado
(3) Amarillo
(4) Abilene Cooper

5A-2 REGION ONE DISTRICT 3

SCOREBOARD
Wichita Falls Rider 45, Wichita Falls 27
Lubbock Cooper 49, Canyon Randall 7
Plainview 22, Abilene Wylie 19

DISTRICT STANDINGS
(1) Lubbock Cooper 5-0*
(2) Wichita Falls Rider 4-1*
(3) Canyon Randall 3-2*
(4) Wichita Falls 2-3*
(5) Plainview 1-4 (out)
(6) Abilene Wylie 0-5 (out)

TO PLAYOFFS
(1) Lubbock Cooper
(2) Wichita Falls Rider
(3) Canyon Randall
(4) Wichita Falls

4A-2 REGION ONE DISTRICT 2

SCOREBOARD
Levelland 27, Lubbock Estacado 20
Perryton 24, Borger 0

DISTRICT STANDINGS
(1) Levelland 4-0*
(2) Lubbock Estacado 3-1*
(3) Dalhart 2-2*
(4) Perryton 1-3*
(5) Borger 0-4 (out)

TO PLAYOFFS
(1) Levelland
(2) Lubbock Estacado
(3) Dalhart
(4) Perryton

4A-2 REGION ONE DISTRICT 1

SCOREBOARD
Monahans 41, Sweetwater 34 (OT)
Fort Stockton 46, Lamesa 14
Snyder 56, Pecos 20

DISTRICT STANDINGS
(1) Midland Greenwood 6-0*
(2) Snyder 5-1*
(3) Fort Stockton 4-2*
(4) Monahans 3-3*
(5) Lamesa 2-4 (out)
(6) Sweetwater 1-5 (out)
(7) Pecos 0-6 (out)

TO PLAYOFFS
(1) Midland Greenwood
(2) Snyder
(3) Fort Stockton
(4) Monahans

3A-1 REGION ONE DISTRICT 1

SCOREBOARD
Denver City 44, Tornillo 8
Brownfield 42, Kermit 20

DISTRICT STANDINGS
(1) Denver City 3-0*
(2) Brownfield 2-1*
(3) Kermit 1-2*
(4) Tornillo 0-3*

TO PLAYOFFS
(1) Denver City
(2) Brownfield
(3) Kermit
(4) Tornillo

3A-1 REGION ONE DISTRICT 2

DISTRICT SCOREBOARD
Littlefield 50, Amarillo River Road 23
Shallowater 37, Slaton 10
Bushland 54, Muleshoe 0

DISTRICT STANDINGS
(1) Shallowater 5-0*
(2) Bushland 4-1*
(3) Slaton 3-2*
(4) Littlefield 2-3*
(5) Amarillo River Road 1-4 (out)
(6) Muleshoe 0-5 (out)

TO PLAYOFFS
(1) Shallowater
(2) Bushland
(3) Slaton
(4) Littlefield

3A-2 REGION ONE DISTRICT 2

DISTRICT SCOREBOARD
Coahoma 39, Lubbock Roosevelt 22
Colorado City 48, Stanton 7
Abernathy 54, Idalou 6

DISTRICT STANDINGS
(1)Abernathy 5-0*
(2) Colorado City 4-1*
(3) Idalou 3-2*
(4) Coahoma 2-3*
(5) Lubbock Roosevelt 1-4 (out)
(6) Stanton 0-5 (out)

TO PLAYOFFS
(1)Abernathy
(2) Colorado City
(3) Idalou
(4) Coahoma

2A-1 REGION ONE DISTRICT 2

DISTRICT SCOREBOARD
Olton 55, Hale Center 32
Floydada 27, Post 6
New Deal 61, Sundown 17

DISTRICT STANDINGS
(1) New Deal 5-0*
(2) Sundown 4-1*
(3) Floydada 3-2*
(4) Post 2-3*
(5) Olton 1-4 (out)
(6) Hale Center 0-5 (out)

TO PLAYOFFS
(1) New Deal
(2) Sundown
(3) Floydada
(4) Post

2A-2 REGION ONE DISTRICT 2

DISTRICT SCOREBOARD
Bovina 35, Springlake-Earth 6
Plains 30, Seagraves 14
Farwell 42, Sudan 8

DISTRICT STANDINGS
(1) Farwell 5-0*
(2) Sudan 4-1*
(3) Bovina 3-2*
(4) Plains 2-3*
(5) Seagraves 1-4 (out)
(6) Springlake-Earth 0-5 (out)

TO PLAYOFFS
(1) Farwell
(2) Sudan
(3) Bovina
(4) Plains

2A-2 REGION ONE DISTRICT 4

DISTRICT SCOREBOARD
Tahoka 56, Smyer 12
Ralls 49, New Home 0
Crosbyton 21, Lockney 15

DISTRICT STANDINGS
(1t) Ralls 4-1*
(1t)Tahoka 4-1*
(3) Smyer 3-2*
(4) Crosbyton 2-3*
(5) Lockney 1-4 (out)
(6) New Home 1-4 (out)

DISTRICT SCHEDULE
(1) Ralls
(2) Tahoka
(3) Smyer
(4) Crosbyton

1A-1 REGION TWO DISTRICT 5

DISTRICT SCOREBOARD
Ropes 66, Wellman-Union 0
Whiteface 55, Meadow 7

DISTRICT STANDINGS
(1) Ropes 4-0*
(2)Morton 3-1*
(3) Wellman-Union 2-2 (out)
(4)Whiteface 1-3 (out)
(5) Meadow 0-4 (out)

TO PLAYOFFS
(1) Ropes
(2) Morton

1A-2 REGION ONE DISTRICT 3

DISTRICT SCOREBOARD
Anton 58, Cotton Center 7
Amherst 38, Lazbuddie 14

DISTRICT STANDINGS
(1) Whitharral 4-0*
(2) Anton 3-1*
(3) Amherst 2-2 (Out)
(4) Lazbuddie 1-3(Out)
(5) Cotton Center 0-4(Out)

TO PLAYOFFS
(1) Whitharral
(2) Anton

KLVT Area Football Scoreboard (Week 11, November 10th, 2018)

letstalkbannerTascosa 44, Frenship 21
Midland Lee 43, Permian 36
Midland High 49, Odessa 35
Amarillo Caprock 59, Lubbock Coronado 49
Lubbock Monterey 42. Lubbock High 13
Amarillo High 58, Abilene Cooper 27
Wichita Falls Rider 45, Wichita Falls 27
Lubbock Cooper 49, Canyon Randall 7
Plainview 22, Abilene Wylie 19
Levelland 27, Lubbock Estacado 20
Perryton 24, Borger 0
Monahans 41, Sweetwater 34 (OT)
Fort Stockton 46, Lamesa 14
Snyder 56, Pecos 20
Denver City 44, Tornillo 8
Brownfield 42, Kermit 20
Bushland 54, Muleshoe 0
Littlefield 50, Amarillo River Road 23
Shallowater 37, Slaton 10
Abernathy 54, Idalou 6
Coahoma 39, Lubbock Roosevelt 22
Colorado City 48, Staton 7
New Deal 61, Sundown 17
Olton 55, Hale Center 32
Floydada 27, Post 6
Farwell 42, Sudan 8
Bovina 35, Springlake-Earth 6
Plains 30, Seagraves 14
Tahoka 56, Smyer 12
Ralls 49, New Home 0
Crosbyton 21, Lockney 15
Ropes 66, Wellman-Union 0
Whiteface 55, Meadow 7
Anton 58, Cotton Center 7
Amherst 38, Lazbuddie 14