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KLVT Area Football Scorecard Week Four (September 16th/17th)

ON THE AIR:
Levelland Lobos @ Lubbock High Westerners
LIVE Friday Night on KLVT AM1230, www.klvtradio.com and on Levelland Sports Nation on Facebook! Pregame 6:00pm, Kick Off 7:00pm!

Morton Indians vs. Electra Tigers LIVE Friday Night on www.klvtradio.com and on Morton Sports Nation on Facebook!  Pregame 6:00pm, Kick Off 6:30pm!

Sundown Roughnecks @ Stanton Buffaloes LIVE Friday Night on www.klvtradio.com and on Sundown Sports Nation on Facebook! Pregame 7:00pm, Kick Off 7:30pm!

THURSDAY September 15th
Midland @ Lubbock Coronado (7:00pm)
Borger @ Palo Duro (7:00pm)

FRIDAY September 16th
Klondike @ Meadow (5:30pm)
Lovington @ Denver City (6:00pm)
Lubbock Estacado @ Hereford (7:00pm)
Seminole @ Andrews (7:00pm)
Canadian @ Perryton (7:00pm)
Childress @ Shallowater (7:00pm)
Brownfield @ Big Spring (7:00pm)
Lamesa @ River Road (7:00pm)
Compass Academy @ Slaton (7:00pm)
Post @ Abernathy (7:00pm)
Tulia @ Muleshoe (7:00pm)
Lubbock Roosevelt @ Dimmit (7:00pm)
Bovina @ New Deal (7:00pm)
FRIDAY September 16th
Clarendon @ Hale Center (7:00pm)
Sudan vs. Stamford (7:00pm)
Lockney @ Plains (7:00pm)
O’Donnell @ Springlake-Earth (7:00pm)
Lubbock Monterey @ Lubbock Cooper (7:00pm)
Frenship @ Amarillo High (7:00pm)
Dumas @ Plainview (7:00pm)
Littlefield @ Idalou (7:30pm)
Seagraves @ Smyer (7:30pm)
Whitharral @ Sands (7:30pm)
Anton @ Lorenzo (7:30pm)
Petersburg @ Whiteface (7:30pm)
Wellman-Union @ Amherst (7:30pm)

South Plains College Rodeo to Open Season Sept. 16-18 in Portales

LEVELLAND — The South Plains College men’s and women’s rodeo teams will saddle up for the first time this season when they travel to Portales for the Eastern New Mexico University Rodeo Sept. 16-18 at the Lewis Cooper Arena.

South Plains will look to prove to be one of the top programs in the Southwest Region once again, following a year in which the Texans and Lady Texans each placed in the top 10 in the final region standings, and freshman Emery Mask qualified for the College National Finals Rodeo in barrel racing.

Head coach Kerry Doster, who led the Lady Texans to their fourth Western Junior College Athletic Conference title a year ago, is looking forward to building on the momentum his program gained last season.

“We have had two solid weeks of practice, and the kids have been showing up every day and doing what they are supposed to do,” Doster said. “I’ve been really pleased with the work they have been putting in, and the results they are having. I’m looking forward to what our new kids are going to do, and we have quite a few returners coming back for us.”

Action will get underway at 6 p.m. MST Thursday, as the ENMU Rodeo is the first of five rodeos during the fall semester. South Plains will be in Alpine Sept. 23-25 for the Sul Ross State University Rodeo, followed by a trip to Vernon for the Vernon College Rodeo Sept. 30 – Oct. 2. SPC will then wrap up the fall with a trip to Canadian, TX for the Frank Phillips College Rodeo Oct. 7-9, followed by a trip to Lubbock for the Texas Tech University Rodeo Oct 28-30.

ENMU Rodeo Schedule and Draw

Region sitehttps://southwestregionrodeo.com/schedule

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

Oh Your Lobo Tickets and Where To Get Them

If you are headed to the Levelland Lubbock High Football game on Friday night at Plains Capital Park Lowery Field in Lubbock, you better off to get your tickets in advance.

Tickets for online purchase are $8.00 for adults and $3.00 for kids. While that is a little higher than normal, tickets at the gate are $10 for both adults and students.

The link to purchase tickets is below.

Levelland vs. Lubbock High Tickets Friday September 17th, 2021

Lobo Junior High Fans, Buy Your Tickets In Advance

In an announcement from Levelland Middle School Athletics early Wednesday morning, Junior High Football fans will need to buy tickets in advance to heading to Denver City on Thursday September 15th.

All four Levelland Junior High teams are in action on Thursday night and you will need to get your tickets in advance by going through the link posted below.

The schedule is 7th Grade Black at 4:00pm, 8th Grade Black at 5:00pm, 7th Grade Red at 6:00pm and 8th Grade Red at 7:15pm.

CLICK HERE LEVELLAND @ DENVER CITY JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL

Loboettes Drop Five Game Battle with Seminole, Two Matches Remain Before District

The Levelland Loboettes dropped a five game battle with the Seminole Maidens on Tuesday night 20-25, 25-21, 25-19, 23-25 and 15-11 as the Loboettes slip to seven-and-20 overall and prepare for district play opening on September 28th.

Game one was point for point to a 25-to-20 win for Levelland and while the Loboettes led by as many as seven points in the second, Seminole would surge back and win the second 25-to-21 to even the match at one all.

Levelland never quite go going in the third trailing by five points midway and dropping the third 25-to-19 putting Seminole in front two games to one.

Levelland bounced back in the fourth taking a five point lead midway and holding off a Maidens surge to take a 25-to-23 win in the fourth and send the contest to a deciding fifth game.

While the Loboettes would lead by four points early in the fifth, Seminole surged back again, took game five 15-to-11 and the match 20-25, 25-21, 25-19, 23-25 and 15-11. The loss moves the Loboettes to seven-and-20 in 2021.

Levelland would outkill Seminole 42-to-32 and out-block the Maidens seven-to-three.

Levelland would struggle in service faulting 15 times while hanging 13 aces.

Seminole faulted just six times with ten service aces.

The Levelland Loboettes got 12 kills and a block from Cailee Miller while Alanna Worely hung 11 kills on one block. Kaylee McCarter took ten kills while Jaycee Franco grabbed four kills and three blocks and Chloe Carpenter tagged four kills and one block.

Kaylee McCarter tallied ten points on two aces while Madison Martin hung nine points on five aces and Reagan LaBadie added nine points on one ace.

Seminole got nine kills from Laila Gutirrez and eight kills from Aerianna Langley while Brooklyn Bates and Audri Garcia hung 12 service points each.

Levelland slips to seven-and-20 on the season with two matches to go before district opens on September 28th.

Levelland hosts the Shallowater Fillies on Saturday before traveling to Trinity Christian on Tuesday.

Matches with Shallowater include Junior Varsity matches starting at 11:00am and Varsity at Noon.

Catch the Loboettes live Saturday on KLVT AM1230, http://www.klvtradio.com and on Levelland Sports Nation on Facebook! Loboette Pregame Show starts at 11:30am.

Roughnecks Tickets at Stanton are Online Purchases

The Sundown Roughnecks are in Stanton to play the Buffaloes on Friday night and while passes will be honored at the gate, all other ticket sales are online only.

Click the link posted below to buy your tickets and remember, due to the early leave time for the team and the band, there will not be a pep rally on Friday.

CLICK HERE TO BUY YOUR TICKETS!

Levelland Loboettes Run Fourth at LCU, Taytum Goodman of Springlake-Earth Wins the Field

Lubbock Christian University hosted their 2021 cross county invitational on Saturday and while the Levelland Loboettes ran fourth as a team, Springlake-Earth’s Taytum Goodman won the packed field.

With several 1A through 4A schools in the field, Taytum Goodman was still the time to beat as the Lady Wolverine won the field in 11:03.00 finishing nearly a full minute fast then second place Canyon Lady Eagle Abree Winfrey at 11:59.30.

Canyon would win the team title as the Lady Eagles put five runners in the top six.

Levelland would take fourth out of the girls field as Addi Hill ran 15th at 13:08.30 and Ariani Lopez ran down 29th place at 13:25.10.

While Canyon won the girls team title, Muleshoe ran second, Idalou third and the Loboettes fourth overall.

Lilly Guerrero from Whiteface ran ninth at 13:01:80.

Lee Taylor took the team title on the boys card as the Lubbock All Saint’s runner turned in a 16:19.10.

Alexis Mendez ran 25th for the Levelland Lobos in a time of 18:29.40.

Big Spring won the team title on the boys side with Frenship running second and Hobbs High School running third.

Levelland would run eighth overall.

Service Woes Haunt the Loboettes in Four Game Loss at Lubbock High

The Levelland Loboettes struggled in service on Saturday committing 20 faults and falling to the Lubbock High Lady Westerners 25-20, 25-20, 22-25, and 25-18. With the loss the Loboettes move to seven-and-19 with three to play before district opens in 2021.

Levelland fell behind Lubbock High by five in the first leading to a 25-to-20 loss and were down as many as eight in the second dropping the second set 25-to-20 leaving the Lady Westerners up two-and-oh to the third.

Lubbock High led the third by as many as six before Alanna Worley went on a five point service run leading Levelland by the Lady Westerners 25-to-22 forcing a fourth game.

While the lead was just three early for Lubbock High, Micah Day strung together a four point run leading the Lady Westerners past Levelland 25-18 in the fourth and 25-20, 25-20, 22-25, and 25-18 for the match win three-and-one.

Levelland outkilled the Lady Westerners 29-to-28 while Lubbock High won the block column four-to-two and while the net went fairly even, the service line did not.

Levelland would rack up 11 ace serves but faulted 20 times in four games.

Lubbock High would ace eight times but faulted just 11 times.

Levelland got a nine kill day from Kaylee McCarter while Reagan LaBadie and Alanna Worley added five kills each. Jaycee Franco added four kills while Cailee Miller chipped in three, Chole Carpenter added two and Chole Constantino added one. Cailee Miller and Reagan LaBadie both picked up single blocks.

Reagan LaBadie led the service line going 16-for-18 in service with 11 points and three aces while Alanna Worely went 12-of-15 for eight points and two aces but overall the Loboettes were 61-of-81 from behind the line.

Lubbock High got seven kills from Samantha Manning and from from Trinity Gentry and Bailey Litteral while Janessa Hawkins added two blocks.

Micah Day cranked out a 20-of-23 service effort with 13 points on four aces while Rory Haynes went 20-for-20 in service with 12 points on one ace.

Levelland will slip to seven-and-19 with three to play before district opens on September 25th.

Seminole will be in town on Tuesday September 14th and Shallowater comes to call on Saturday the 18th. The Loboettes final non-district match is at Trinity Christian in Lubbock on Tuesday September 21st before Snyder’s Lady Tigers come to town on Tuesday March 25th to open the district.

The Seminole Maidens will be in town on Tuesday September 14th with Junior Varsity games beginning at 5:00pm and Varsity at 6:00pm.

Catch the Loboettes Tuesday night on KLVT AM1230, http://www.klvtradio.com and on Levelland Sports Nation on Facebook with Loboette Pregame Show starting at 5:30pm!

Lobos Cough Up Four Turnovers in 49-to-Seven Loss to Shallowater, Levelland Moves to One-and-Two

The Levelland Lobos lost the turnover battle for the first time in 2021 as two turnovers and two fumbles led to 21 Mustang points and the Lobos fell to the Shallowater Mustangs 49-to-seven. The loss moves the Lobos to one-and-two on the season.

Shallowater scored on their first drive of the night on a nine yard pass from Garrett Foerster to Josh Miller pass and with the PAT the Mustangs took a seven-to-nothing lead with 8:26 to play in the first quarter.

On the next series, the Mustangs forced Levelland into a four and punt and Shallowater took advantage. Trevor Winn would take the punt 41 yards to the house and Shallowater jumped in front 14-to-nothing with 6:00 minutes left in the first quarter.

Things would settle a bit from there for the Lobo defense as they forced two Shallowater punts and a Ben Alvarado interception stole a Mustang possession.

While the defense settled in, the offense never quite got started and a Lobo fumble led to another Shallowater score as Shallowater sent Kaleb Cox in from two yards out driving the score to Shallowater 20, Levelland 0 at the half.

Shallowater opened the second half on a 47 yard touchdown run by Trevor Winn and converted on a two-point conversion to take a 28-to-nothing lead with 11:11 to play in the third quarter.

Levelland would get the ball back and after a solid kickoff return from Blake Klose began to assemble a drive. Levelland would drive across the fifty before a fumble.

Shallowater would need just one play to cash it in as Keegan Campbell went 50 yards to the house and pushed the lead to Shallowater 35, Levelland 0 with 9:10 to play in the third.

On the very next series Shallowater struck again.

Josh Grimes would intercept a Levelland pass and got 29 yards to house and Shallowater was in front 42-to-nothing with 8:11 left in the third.

Levelland would suffer a fourth turnover late in the third but the Levelland defense managed to force Shallowater into a four and out and avoided more turnover points.

Shallowater would score again on 56 yard touchdown run from Cannon Reed with two minutes left in the third and Levelland would get their only score on a 76 yard Marco Guillen touchdown run leaving the final score Shallowater 49, Levelland 0.

Levelland would muster just 177 total yards on the the night with 43 through the air and 134 on the ground.

Konner Alexander would go four-of-six through the air form 19 yards while Jerry Haile went two-of-nine from 49 yards.

Caleb Salazar would record two catches from 16 yards while Marco Gullien grabbed two passed for 40 yards. Ladarian Jordan and Neamiah Campos caught one ball each.

Levelland rushed for 134 yards with Marco Guillen rushing 19 times for 134 yards and the lone Levelland touchdown.

Shallowater put up 333 yards total offense with just 55 through the air but putting up 278 yards on the ground.

Seven different runningbacks saw action for the Mustangs as Keegan Campbell rushed nine times for 104 yards while Cannon Reed added 51 yards, Trevor Winn put up 48 and Eli Bowe added 46 yards to the column.

The loss moves the Levelland Lobos to one-and-two in 2021 as they prepare for back-to-back road trips with the trip to Lubbock High to play the Westerners on Friday September 17th and to Pampa to play the Harvesters on September 24th.

The Lubbock High Westerners will host Levelland coming in a oh-and-three with losses to Borger, Big Spring and Plainview.

Kickoff Friday at Plains Capital Park Lowery Field in Lubbock is set for 7:00pm with Lobo Pregame Show at 6:00pm on KLVT AM1230, http://www.klvtradio.com and on Levelland Sports Nation on Facebook.

KLVT Football Scoreboard Week Three

Shallowater 49 Levelland 7
Pampa 51, Borger 17
Childress 29, Perryton 7
Seminole 22, Denver City 18
Idalou 49, Brownfield 13
Littlefield 21, Post 20
Friona 55, Muleshoe 13
Ralls 14, Seagraves 13
New Home 47, Plains 8
Olton 56, Texico 22
Floydada 34, Smyer 8
Abernathy 50, Sundown 13
Ropes 22, Menard 21
Farwell 62, Sudan 0
New Deal 37, Slaton 0
Sterling City 84, O’Donnell 38
Valley 67, Meadow 20
Whitharral 80, Lubbock Titans 36
Whiteface 64, Southland 19
Anton 59, Kingdom Prep 14
Frenship 14, Lubbock Cooper 13
Plainview 33, Lubbock High 14
Lubbock Christian 34, Sacred Heart 9
Snyder 55, Lamesa 0
Sweetwater 47, San Angelo Lakeview 20