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Loboettes Stay in Second Place with Senior Night Win over San Angelo Lake View

The Levelland Loboettes celebrated their seniors for 2022 and Think Pink Night Tuesday at Gano Tubb Gymnasium with a 25-18, 25-17, 21-25, 25-16 win over San Angelo Lake View. The win keeps the Loboettes in a second place in district play at six-and-two and moves the Loboettes to 13-and-24 overall.

While it wasn’t the most sharp we have seen the Loboettes in the last couple of weeks it was plenty good enough for the win as Levelland outkilled the Lake View Maidens 45-to-27 putting seven players in the kill column.

While blocks went even at two each, Levelland hung up 17 service aces while faulting 15 times. San Angelo Lake View got just three aces on three faults.

Kaylee McCarter-Barry led the Loboettes with 11 kills and a block on the night while Alanna Worley connected for eight kills and Chloe Carpenter, Cailee Miller, Reagan LaBadie and Jaycee Franco knocked down six kills each in the win.

Reagan LaBadie would serve for 11 points while going 16-of-19 in the service line with three aces. Alanna Worley added nine points on an ace while going 14-of-15 in service and Kaylee McCarter-Barry collected eight points on five aces. Madison Martin added eight points on two aces and Chloe Constantino hung seven points on four aces.

San Angelo Lake View got 12 kills from Mikaila Wagner and 10 more from Brandy Coward in the loss.

The Lake View Maidens move to one-and-seven in 2021 with two to go. They host winless Lubbock Estacado on Saturday before wrapping up the regular season on the road at Sndyer Tuesday October 26th.

Levelland moves to six-and-two in district play and remain in a second place with a one game lead on the Big Spring Lady Steers. Levelland hosts Big Spring on Saturday before wrapping up the regular season at Lubbock Estacado on Tuesday October 26th.

The Loboettes host Big Spring on Saturday with the Junior Varsity matches opening at 11:00am and Varsity set for 12:00pm.

Catch the Loboettes live on KLVT AM1230, and on Levelland Sports Nation on Facebook with Loboette Pregame Show starting around 11:30am.

Levelland def. San Angelo Lake View
Sndyer def. Big Spring
Sweetwater def. Lubbock Estacado

(1) Sndyer 8-0*
(2) Levelland 6-2*
(3) Big Spring 5-3*
(4) Sweetwater 4-4*
(5) San Angelo Lake View 1-7 (out)
(6) Lubbock Estacado 0-8 (out)
*playoff lock

Big Spring @ Levelland
Sweetwater @ Sndyer
Lubbock Estacado @ San Angelo Lake View

Levelland @ Lubbock Estacado
San Angelo Lake View @ Snyder
Big Spring @ Sweetwater

Levelland ISD Announces “Meet the Loboettes” Night

Coming to a gym near you is your 2021-22 Levelland Loboette Basketball team and Levelland ISD has announced “Meet the Loboettes” night for Friday October 29th, 2021.

The Loboettes had quite the run in 2020-21 going 26-and-one overall with an undefeated district season and Bi-District and Area Championships in the seventh year of the coach Clay Barnett’s tenure.

While Levelland sent four players out with graduation in 2021, the Loboettes look poised for another solid run as the 2020-21 leading scorer Emma Kent returns along with fellow guard Myka Graff and three forward presences from last year’s team in Laci White, Raegan LaBadie and Colbi Barnett.

Toss in the presence of then freshman point guard Carly Tienda along with some new faces in Christian Tienda, McKenna Ruiz, Madison Martin, Amaya Munguia, Emery Smith and Marleah Ruiz, the Loboettes look to be a force to be reconned with again in 2022.

Join the Loboettes, Levelland ISD and Levelland Sports Nation on Facebook for Meet the Loboettes night on Friday October 29th in Gano Tubb Gymnasium, Dean and JoAnn Weese Court starting at 6:00pm.

Loboettes Clinch 2021 Playoff Spot with Win at Sweetwater!

While the Levelland Loboettes struggled through non-district and dropped their district opener, their fortunes have changed. Levelland has won five of their last six and with a 25-15, 16-25, 25-14, 25-19 win at Sweetwater on Saturday, the Loboettes find themselves in a tie for second in district and have a playoff spot locked for the 2021 campaign.

Levelland jumped out to a five point lead early in the first game and behind 12 Loboette kills, they ran off with game one 25-to-15.

Sweetwater came roaring back leading by as many as nine in the second and while Levelland found just six kills in the frame, Sweetwater evened the board with a 25-to-16 win.

That as they say was that.

Levelland got back on track in the third connecting on 11 kills and two blocks and rode a seven point lead midway into a 24-to-14 win and a two-to-one lead into the fourth.

Levelland would get a three point run early in the fourth, stretch the lead to plus four a couple of times but Sweetwater found their way back to tie the fourth at 18-to-18. Then the Loboettes went on their run. Alanna Worley would serve for six points in a row to put game four out of reach and with a 25-to-19 win the in the fourth the Loboettes sealed the deal 25-15, 16-25, 25-14, and 25-19.

The win moves the Loboettes to five-and-two in the district, 12-and-24 overall but clinches a 2021 playoff spot for the black and red.

Levelland outkilled Sweetwater 38-to-24 while the blocks went even at four each.

While the Loboettes would fault seven times in service, they also blasted 13 service aces in the match while Sweetwater faulted six times on eight aces.

Cailee Miller continued her onslaught at the net taking 12 kills in the contest to lead all attackers, that while Kaylee McCarter Barry collected eight kills in the win. Reagan LaBadie added six kills and four blocks while Alanna Worley added five kills.

McCarter Barry would serve up 19 points while going 26-of-26 in service with five aces. Madison Martin tacked on 13 points on four aces going 18-of-21 from the service line. Alanna Worley added eight points on two aces in the win.

Sweetwater got a nine kill day from Jazz Potts while Paris Houston collected 11 points with one ace and Torey Sadler added two blocks for the afternoon.

Sweetwater slides to three-and-four overall as they host the winless Lady Matadors of Lubbock Estacado on Tuesday and travel to undefeated Snyder on Saturday.

Levelland remains in second place tied with the Big Spring Lady Steers at five-and-two. The Loboettes host San Angelo Lake View for “Pink Out Senior Night” on Tuesday before hosting Big Spring on Saturday and wrapping up the regular season at Lubbock Estacado on Tuesday October 26th.

Come out Tuesday night as the Loboettes not only celebrate their seniors but “Pink Out” Gano Tubb Gymnasium for October and Breast Cancer Awareness. Junior Varsity matches start at 5:00pm and Varsity at 6:00pm.

Catch the Loboettes live on KLVT AM1230, and on Levelland Sports Nation on Facebook with Loboette Pregame Show starting around 5:30pm.

Levelland def. Sweetwater
Sndyer def. Lubbock Estacado
Big Spring def. San Angelo Lake View (no score reported)

(1) Sndyer 7-0*
(2t) Levelland 5-2*
(2t) Big Spring 5-2*
(4) Sweetwater 3-4
(5) San Angelo Lake View 1-6
(6) Lubbock Estacado 0-7 (out)
*playoff lock

San Angelo Lake View @ Levelland
Snyder @ Big Spring
Lubbock Estacado @ Sweetwater

Big Spring @ Levelland
Sweetwater @ Sndyer
Lubbock Estacado @ San Angelo Lake View

Levelland @ Lubbock Estacado
San Angelo Lake View @ Snyder
Big Spring @ Sweetwater

Tough Second Half Costs Levelland in Loss to Perryton, Lobos

The Levelland Lobos were in the fight Friday night at the half but four unanswered Perryton Ranger second half scores left Levelland on the short end of a 44-to-10 loss. The loss moves Levelland to one-and-seven overall and oh-and-two in district play.

Perryton would score first assembling a 65 yard eight play that concluded in a one yard touchdown run from Abraham Hernandez. The PAT would fail and Perryton led six-to-nothing with 1:44 left in the first quarter.

Perryton would strike again early in the second and Hernandez broke loose for a 57 yard touchdown run. Again the PAT would fail and Perryton led 12-to-nothing with 10:32 in second quarter.

Levelland got on the board midway through the second put a very short drive on the board with a 34 yard Marco Guillen field goal and Levelland narrowed the score to Perryton 12, Levelland 3 with 7:27 left in the half.

Perryton answered quickly taking a 56 yard scoring drive capped off on a Isaias Dominguez 14 yard touchdown run. Add a PAT and Perryton led 19-to-three with 3:57 left in the second quarter.

Levelland answered right back. The Lobos would take a big kickoff return, couple it with a 47 yard drive and a two yard touchdown run from Angelo Banda. The score came with 31 seconds left in the half and sent the game to the locker room at Perryton 19, Levelland 10.

Levelland would get the ball to start the second half and drove to near midfield before giving the ball up on downs.

That would cost the Lobos and Perryton tacked on a 27 yard Tony Cervantes field goal and Perryton grew the lead to 22-to-ten with 5:35 left in the third quarter.

Perryton would score a third Abraham Hernandez touchdown run and the 22 yard tote moved the score to Perryton 28, Levelland 10 with 1:55 left in the third.

The Rangers would add two more scores in the fourth on a 74 yard touchdown run from Tad Pshigoda and 24 yard touchdown run from Pepper Hayley and Perryton sealed up 25 unanswered points in the 44-to-ten win.

The loss moves Levelland to one-and-seven overall and oh-and-two in district play.

The Lobos would amass just 152 yards of total offense with 108 through the air and just 44 yards rushing.

Jerry Haile was 12-of-27 through the air for 99 yards and an interception.

Joel Pena caught seven balls for 72 yards while Angelo Banda caught two passes for 16 yards, Joseph Gonzalez added two catches for 11 yards and Zameron LeCroy caught two balls for nine yards.

Angelo Banda carried eight times for 17 yards and a touchdown while Marco Guillen added five carries for seven yards and Rusty Johnson would add two carries for 14 yards.

Perryton would rack up 512 total yards with just 116 through the air and almost 400 yards on the ground in the win.

Perryton opens district play at one-and-oh and two-and-five overall. They will host Lubbock Estacado on October 22nd before traveling to Seminole on the 29th of October and wrapping hosting Borger on November 5th.

Levelland is in the bye week this week before heading to Plains Capital Park Lowery Field in Lubbock on Thursday October 28th to take on the Lubbock Estacado Matadors. Levelland wraps up the regular season hosting Seminole on November 5th for Senior Night.

Lubbock Estacado 62, Borger 0
Perryton 44, Levelland 10

(1) Lubbock Estacado 2-0
(2) Perryton 1-0
(3) Borger 1-1
(4) Seminole 0-1
(5) Levelland 0-2


Week Nine:
Lubbock Estacado @ Perryton
Seminole @ Borger

Week Ten:

Levelland @ Lubbock Estacado
Perryton @ Seminole

Week 11:
Seminole @ Levelland
Borger @ Perryton

KLVT Area Football Scoreboard Week Eight (October 15th, 2021)

Lubbock Estacado 62, Borger 0
Perryton 44, Levelland 10
Shallowater 55, Lamesa 12
Denver City 45, Slaton 2
Brownfield 48, Kermit 25
Dalhart 41, Littlefield 32
Lubbock Roosevelt 58, Reagan County 0
Abernathy 33, Idalou 10
Hale Center 54, Tahoka 0
Farwell 55, Sanford-Fritch 7
New Deal 35, Post 6
Bovina 22, Ropes 15
Plains 38, Morton 16
Seagraves 42, Iraan 7
New Home 55, Smyer 24
Sundown 46, Floydada 7
Olton 37, Boys Ranch 6
Borden County 61, Meadow 16
Anton 51, Cotton Center 6
Whiteface 78, Wellman-Union 32
Whitharral 62, Amherst 54
Springlake-Earth 2, Lorenzo 0 (forfeit)
Amarillo 34, Lubbock Coronado 27
Canyon Randall 51, Plainview 25
Lubbock Cooper 20, Wichita Falls Rider 12
Abilene 48, Frenship 28

Loboettes District Cross County Champions for 2021!

District Champions! Varsity Girls- Evelyn Mendias, Addy Hill, McKenna Ruiz, Erika Castillo, Ariani Lopez, Kaydence Escarcega, Hailey Castellano (seated)

The Levelland Loboettes were a force to be reckoned with on Tuesday as five Loboettes ran in the top ten of the 2021 4A Region One District Three Cross County Meet.

Addysyn Hill would run the fast time for Levelland turning in third place at 13:36.49. McKenna Ruiz took fifth place at 13:53.82 while Ariani Lopez ran sixth at 14:01.62. Hailey Castellano added ninth place at 14:15.27 and Evelyn Mendias took tenth at 14:16.21.

Levelland would score just 33 total points outdistancing second place Snyder at 58 points.

Elisabeth Jones from Big Spring would win the individual gold running 13:17.96.

The Lobos will finish third in district with Big Spring winning the team title with just 19 points while Snyder ran second at 54 points. Levelland would finish with 66.

Matt Bautista ran the best time for Levelland finishing ninth at 18:49.64. Alexis Mendez turned in 12th place while Gabriel Nieland ran 13th, and Ryan Jeannert ran 14th for the Lobos.

Roman Perez from Big Spring turned in the fastest time in the boys field at 17:04.59 while the Steers put five runners in the top seven spots.

The 4A Region One Regional Meet will be held in Lubbock at Mae Simmons Park hosted by Texas Tech University on October 25th.

KLVT Area Football Scorecard Week Eight (October 14th and 15th)


Levelland Lobos vs. Perryton Rangers LIVE Friday Night on KLVT AM1230,
and on Levelland Sports Nation on Facebook! Pregame 6:00pm, Kick Off 7:00pm!

Morton Indians @ Plains Cowboys LIVE Friday Night on and on Morton Sports Nation on Facebook!
Pregame 7:00pm, Kick Off 7:30pm!

Sundown Roughnecks @ Floydada Whirlwinds LIVE Friday Night on and on Sundown Sports Nation on Facebook!
Pregame 6:30pm, Kick Off 7:00pm!

Palo Duro @ Lubbock High (7:00pm)
Sands @ O’Donnell (7:30pm)

FRIDAY October 15th (DISTRICT)
Borger @ Lubbock Estacado (7:00pm)
Lubbock Coronado @ Amarillo (7:00pm)
Plainview @ Canyon Randall (7:00pm)
Frenship @ Abilene High (7:00pm)
Shallowater @ Lamesa (7:00pm)
Slaton @ Denver City (7:00pm)
Kermit @ Brownfield (7:00pm)
Idalou @ Abernathy (7:00pm)
Lubbock Roosevelt @ Reagan Co (7:00pm)

FRIDAY October 15th (DISTRICT)
Tahoka @ Hale Center (7:00pm)
Post @ New Deal (7:00pm)
Boys Ranch @ Olton (7:00pm)
Smyer @ New Home (7:00pm)
Ropes @ Bovina (7:00pm)
Springlake-Earth @ Lorenzo (7:00pm)
Seagraves @ Iraan (7:30pm)
McCamey @ Wink (7:30pm)
Whitharral @ Amherst (7:30pm)
Cotton Center @ Anton (7:30pm)
Wellman-Union @ Whiteface (7:30pm)
Borden County @ Meadow (7:30pm)
Lubbock Cooper @ WF Rider (8:00pm)

Service Faults Cost the Loboettes Key District Game at Snyder

While most of the stat sheet was solid for the Loboettes on Tuesday, Levelland faulted 14 times from service and dropped a contest at the district leading Snyder Lady Tigers 25-20, 25-18 and 25-19. The loss moves the Loboettes to four-and-two on the season and elevates the Lady Tigers to six-and-oh in district play.

Levelland would fault four times in the first, four in the second and six in the third in the loss.

Levelland would outkill Snyder 30-to-26 while the block column went even at four each.

The Loboettes would fault 14 times with just two aces while Snyder faulted seven times with seven aces.

Cailee Miller led the Loboettes with nine kills and one block on the night while Alanna Worley, Kaylee McCarter, and Jaycee Franco contributed five kills each. Chloe Carpenter added four kills while Franco added two blocks and McCarter added a single block in the loss.

Service points were hard to come by as the Loboettes had trouble stringing points.

Alanna Worley finished with five points on one ace while Raegan LaBadie added five points and Cailee Miller served for a single ace.

Joanie Burns led the Snyder Lady Tigers with eight kills on the night while serving for nine points on one ace. Alexandrea Salinas served up 10 points on three aces.

Snyder improves to six-and-oh and now sports a two game lead on Levelland and Big Spring for the district title. The Lady Tigers travel to winless Lubbock Estacado on Saturday before traveling to Big Spring on Tuesday.

Levelland will head to Sweetwater on Saturday afternoon before hosting San Angelo Lake View on Tuesday and Big Spring the following Saturday.

The Loboettes open at Sweetwater on Saturday with Junior Varsity matches starting at 11:00am and Varsity set for high noon.

The Loboettes come into the match at four-and-two in the district, tied with Big Spring for second place while Sweetwater comes in three-and-three and in fourth.

Catch the Loboettes Saturday live on KLVT AM1230, and on Levelland Sports Nation on Facebook with Loboette Pregame Show starting around 11:30am.

Snyder def. Levelland 3-0
Big Spring def. Lubbock Estacado (no score reported)
Sweetwater def. San Angelo Lake View (no score reported)

(1) Sndyer 6-0*
(2t) Levelland 4-2
(2t) Big Spring 4-2
(4) Sweetwater 3-3
(5) San Angelo Lake View 1-5
(6) Lubbock Estacado 0-6
*playoff lock

Levelland @ Sweetwater
Snyder @ Lubbock Estacado
San Angelo Lake View @ Big Spring

San Angelo Lake View @ Levelland
Snyder @ Big Spring
Lubbock Estacado @ Sweetwater

Levelland Junior High Football Times at Snyder Adjusted

The Levelland Lobo Junior High will be on the road on Thursday to take on the Snyder Tigers and game times have been adjusted due to Snyder having just one seventh grade team.

With just one seventh grade game 8th Grade Black will kickoff at 4:00pm, 7th Grade Red at 5:15pm, and 8th Grade Red at 6:15pm.

As of now, it appears tickets can be purchased at the gate.

Loboettes Win the LCU Invitational, Lobos Run Fourth on Saturday

It’s a whole pack of Loboettes on their way to gold on Saturday at LCU!

The Levelland Loboettes put four in the top ten on Saturday and ran away with the team gold at the 2021 Lubbock Christian University Invitational while the Levelland Lobos ran down a fourth place team finish.

Addysyn Hill paced the Loboettes turning in a 13:31.10 for third place while McKenna Ruiz ran down fourth in 13:40.00, Ariani Lopez fifth at 13:45.90 and Hailey Castellano in seventh at 13:55.10.

The Levelland Loboettes finished with just 24 team points outpacing Midland Christian in second place at 75 points.

McCarly Holloman from Midland Christian won the girls individual gold in 12:32.90.

The Levelland Lobos ran fourth overall at 129 points.

Gabriel Nieland ran the fast time for Levelland finishing in 24th place at 19:43.50 while Matt Bautista ran 25th and Ryan Jeannert ran 27th.

Lubbock Southcrest Christian won the boys title at 45 points while Big Spring ran second at 58 points.

Brandon Passman from Guthrie ran the fastest boys time at 16:58.10.