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KLVT Area High School Football Scoreboard and Schedule (Week Three September 13th, 2019)

klvt banner new 2018THURSDAY NIGHT
Coronado 44, Odessa 27
San Angelo Lake View 32, Snyder 19
Kingdom Prep 46, Lazbuddie 0

Levelland @ Andrews LIVE on KLVT AM1230, and KLVT Facebook Live! Pregame 6:00pm!

Sundown @ Lubbock Christian LIVE on and KLVT Facebook Live! Pregame 7:15pm!

Morton @ San Jacinto Academy LIVE on and KLVT Facebook Live! Pregame 7:15pm!

Lubbock High @ Plainview (7:00pm)
Muleshoe @ Friona (7:00pm)
Bushland @ Borger (7:00pm)
Lamesa @ Canyon (7:00pm)
Lubbock Cooper @ Frenship (7:00pm)
Dalhart @ Amarillo River Road (7:00pm)
Canadian @ Perryton (7:30pm)
Amarillo Caprock @ Lubbock Estacado (7:30pm)
Lubbock Roosevelt @ Post (7:30pm)
Littlefield @ Idalou (7:30pm)
Brownfield @ Tahoka (7:30pm)
Shallowater @ Midland Greenwood (7:30pm)
Crosbyton @ Sudan (7:30pm)
Sands @ Whiteface (7:30pm)
Bovina @ Smyer (7:30pm)
Petersburg @ Whitharral (7:30pm)
Springlake-Earth vs. Booker (7:30pm)
Plains @ New Home (7:30pm)
Farwell @ Olton (7:30pm)
Anton @ Meadow (7:30pm)
Ropes @ O’Donnell (7:30pm)
Amherst @ Heart (7:30pm)
Lubbock Monterey @ Clovis, NM (8:00pm)

LIFE Foundation Golf Tournament Set for the 21st of September

Life Foundation Banner.pngThe Levelland LIFE Foundation has set their golf tournament for 2019 on September 21st at the Levelland County Club.

The event is a four person scramble with two flights and the event starting at 7:30am.

A team of four entry is $400 or you can enter as an individual for $100.  Team Mulligans are $40, Par Three Poker for $20, Putting Contest at $10, Pay to Play at $20, and the “Gambling Hole” for $5 per player.

Now, if that all sounds like too much, sign up for all the above for your entire team for $640.

Hole sponsorship is also available for $200 and breakfast and lunch is provided.

To sign up, contact the Levelland Country Club Pro Shop at 894-3288.

The Levelland ISD Foundation for Excellence (LIFE) is a 501(c)(3) non profit, tax-exempt philanthropic organization of citizens that share a vision of enhancing education in Levelland ISD. We work to increase private support for educational activities at LISD which benefit students and personnel by supporting activities not funded by tax dollars.


#21 Frenship Snaps Levelland Win Streak; Levelland Moves to 16-and-10

Loboette Volleyball Team Pic 2019The Levelland Loboettes had a tall task on Tuesday night as they dropped a three game match to #21 6A Frenship 25-23, 25-15 and 25-14.  The loss snapped a four game winning streak and slides their record to 16-and-10 overall.  Frenship moved to 22-and-six on the year and have won 18 of their last 19.

Frenship got a five point service run from Emma Davis early in game one to build an eight point lead, but the Loboettes came storming back on a four point run from Annie Dewbre and the Lady Tigers had to hold off the Loboettes for a 25-to-23 win in game one.

Despite leading by four points early in the second, Levelland suffered another run from Davis who cranked up a six point run midway through the second and Loboettes never recovered as Frenship won the second frame 25-15.

Game three, the Loboettes just couldn’t get the wheels turning again as the Frenship Lady Tigers won the third 25-14 and won the match 25-23, 25-15 and 25-14.

The loss moves the Loboettes to 16-and-ten on the year with four matches to go before district opens.

Levelland was out-killed 37-to-31 while winning the block column two-to-one.  Frenship hung five aces on three faults while the Loboettes collected four aces on five faults.

Michaela Watkins led the charge with 10 kills while Kazzi Spears took seven kills in the loss.  Annie Dewbre added five kills and one block while Kaylee McCarter took four kills.  Mahalie Stafford added three kills and a block.

Annie Dewbre led the service column with nine points on two aces as Chloe Dunn and Kazzi Spears added single aces in the loss.

Frenship got a 10 kill night from Madison Ramsey while Gracie Harrison added nine kills on the night.  Emma Davis led with 14 service points on one ace.

The Levelland Loboettes slip to 16-and-ten on the year with four games remaining before district opens on September 28th.

Levelland travels to Shallowater on Saturday before hosting Seminole on Tuesday the 17th and heading to Monahans on Saturday the 21st.  Non-district play wraps up with Pecos in Levelland on Tuesday September 24th.

Saturday’s trip to Shallowater have all three teams in action with the Freshman and Junior Varsity starting at 10:00am and the Varsity at 11:00am.

Catch the Loboettes live on KLVT AM1230, and KLVT Facebook Live with Loboette Pregame Show slated for 10:30am.

KLVT Area Volleyball Scoreboard (September 10th, 2019)

klvt banner new 2018Frenship def. Levelland 25-23, 25-15, 25-14
Canyon Randall def. Lubbock Coronado 25-16, 25-17, 25-23
Lubbock Cooper def. Lubbock High 25-21, 25-9, 25-18
Lubbock Monterey def. Amarillo Caprock 21-25, 25-22, 35-33, 25-16
Amarillo High def. Plainview 25-13, 25-11, 25-20
Wichita Falls Hirschi def. Lubbock Estacado 25-18, 25-23, 20-25, 22-25, 15-11
Shallowater def. Tulia 25-16, 25-11, 25-13
Idalou def. Dimmitt 25-13, 25-11, 25-13
Lamesa def. Seminole 21-25, 25-22, 17-25, 25-17, 15-8
Denver City def. All Saints 25-23, 20-25, 25-20, 26-24

Loboettes Take Second at Plains Cross Country Meet

Levelland LL on State LogoThe Levelland Lobos and Loboettes Cross Country teams opened their season in earnest on Saturday and the Levelland Loboettes finished second with 54 points trailing only team champion Sundown as the Roughettes finished with 22 points.

McKenna Ruiz led the charge running in third place at 13:27 while Jaylin Cisneros took sixth in 13:41 and Addy Hill ran 10th at 14:08.  Isabel Martinez finished 19th with Erika Castillo running 20th, Crystal Castellanos in 36th and Erin Tienda in 50th.

The Levelland Lobos would finish fourth overall with 115 points paced by Rodrigo Ornelas in fourth place at 17:29.  Alexis Mendez ran 17th, Luis Ramirez in 32nd, Kaleb Reyna 33rd, Matthew Bautista 47th, Erasmo Villegas at 50th and Gabriel Nieland at 53rd.

To make things interesting, Coach Nelda Munoz had to Junior High runners in the mix for experience but both proved to be stiff competition as seventh grader Ariana Lopez turned in a 14:32 that would of gotten her in the top 15 and eighth grader Carly Tienda turned in a 14:52 that would haven gotten her in the top 20.

Both the Levelland Junior High, Junior Varsity and Varsity will be in action again on Saturday as they head to Lubbock Christian University for the Chap Invite.

Levelland Handle Snyder in Three; Loboettes on Four Game Winning Streak

Loboette Volleyball Team Pic 2019The Levelland Loboettes ran their winning streak to four games on Saturday as they swept Snyder on the road 25-18, 26-24 and 27-25.  The win moves the Loboettes to 16-and-nine for 2019.

Levelland got an early lead in the first game and behind 12 kills and three aces the Loboettes took a 25-to-18 win the opener.

Snyder fought back in the second and led a couple of different times through game two, however, the Lobottes hung on for the 26-to-24 win and a two-oh advantage to the third.

Snyder got to it in the third and game the Loboettes all they wanted but Levelland would string out the game points to a 27-to-25 win in the third and the 25-18, 26-24 and 27-25 sweep.

Levelland out-killed the Lady Tigers 35-to-33, won the block column four-to-three and the ace service column six-to-four.

Kazzi Spears found double figure kills with 10 while Michaela Watkings came on strong with seven ills and two block on the day.  Kaylee McCarter added six kills while Annie Dewbre took five kills and two blocks.  Illiyana Gonzalez added four kills and Mahalie Stafford took three in the win.

Chole Dunn and Michaela Watkins took eight service points each while Kazzi Spears tabbed six points on two aces and Jordan Campbell added six points with one ace.

Melanie Martinez took ten kills and one block and Madelynn Cravens added nine kills and a block for the Lady Tigers.  Kendra Bynum led with nine service points in the Snyder loss.

The Loboettes improve to 16-and-nine on the year and have won four in a row dating back to August 27th.  They head to Frenship on Tuesday and to Shallowater on Saturday with five games left before district play opens.

Freshman and Junior Varsity play at 5:00pm on Tuesday at Frenship while the Loboette Varsity gets underway at 6:00pm.  Loboette Pregame Show starts at 5:30pm Tuesday night on KLVT AM1230, and KLVT Facebook Live!

Three Turnovers Hurt Lobos in 26-20 Lost at Shallowater; Lobos Drop to One-and-One

LoboFootball2019The Levelland Lobos gave up three turnovers on Friday night and those miscues lead to a 28-to-20 loss Friday night at Shallowater and dropped the Lobos to one-and-one for 2019.

Levelland started strong on a 71 yard drive to open the contest.  Seven plays led to a Isaiah Salazar two-yard touchdown run and with a Justus Durham PAT the Lobos led seven-to-nothing early.

Shallowater would answer.

61 yards on 12 plays would go the Mustangs as Josh Easley rang the bell from five yards out.  Shallowater would fail on PAT and Levelland led seven-to-six.

That score would hold through the first quarter before the Lobos would the end zone again in the second.

Assisted by a couple of Shallowater penalties, the Lobos would cover 41 yards on five plays and and Isaiah Salazar would strike for a second two-yard touchdown run and Levelland took a 14-to-six lead following a failed PAT.

Shallowater again answered.

The Mustangs assembled a 54 yard drive over eight plays and again they would go to Josh Easley.  He would rumble in from two yards out and coupled it with a rushing PAT that tied the score at 14-all late in the second.

Levelland would drive late in the quarter but the drive would die as Skyler Davis bobbled a Bryant White pass near the Shallowater 30.  It would turn into a Guthrie Tongate interception and the drive died.

The Levelland defense would hold through the final Shallowater drive of the half the contest went to the locker room at 14-all.

After the first drive of the second half would die on downs for the Mustangs, the Lobos would go four-and-out.

Shallowater would find points on the next drive.

Dylan Kelly would hook up with Maverick Bryan from 15 yards out and following a missed extra point, the lead went to Shallowater at 20-to-14.

The Lobos would struggle from there giving up a third quarter fumble and muffing a punt in the fourth.

Shallowater would get an insurance score in the fourth when Zeb Price broke loose on a 44 yard touchdown run and add the two-point conversion to build the lead to Shallowater 28, Levelland 14.

They would need that score as Levelland assembled a 65 yard four play drive that was capped off on a Dylan Bordayo 11 yard touchdown run.  The PAT failed and Shallowater rode out the clock for a 28-to-20 win.

Levelland out gained Shallowater offensively as the Lobos put up 289 yards while the Mustangs netted 231 total yards.

Bryant White was 16-of-22 through the air for 151 yards with a fumble and a interception.  Dylan Bordayo was two-of-three for 41 yards.

Jason Ramirez caught five balls for 35 yards while Hunter Littlefield hauled in four catches for 37 yards.  Jacob Ramirez, Isaiah Salazar and Justus Durham all took three catches each while Ramirez stacked up 51 yards, with Salazar totaling 36 and Durham for 33.

Isaiah Salazar led the rushing attack with 19 carries for 65 yards and two touchdowns while Dylan Bordayo added three carries for 22 and a score.  Bryant White carried five times for 14 yards and Skyler Davis added four carries for nine yards in the loss.

Shallowater leaned on running back Josh Easley as he rushed for 114 yards and two scores on 25 carries.  Zeb Price carried four times for 48 yards while Dylan Kelly went 12-for-19 through the air for 82 yards and a touchdown.

The loss moves the Levelland Lobos to one-and-one for 2019 as Levelland plans a road trip to Andrews on Friday.

Andrews is also one-and-one on the season with loss to Lubbock Cooper and a win over Monahans.

Lobo Pregame Show starts at 6:00pm on Friday night with kickoff at 7:00pm on KLVT AM1230, and KLVT Facebook Live!