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Loboettes Fall to the Lakeview Maidens, Levelland Slips Into Fourth Place Tie

The Levelland Loboettes needed a win on Saturday at San Angelo Lake View to be thinking about third and looking at second in district, however, a 25-21, 19-25, 24-26, 25-13, 15-13 loss to the Maidens has the Loboettes tied for fourth and trying to survive two more games.

Levelland trailed by six midway in the first and the lead held most of the way as the Maidens took a 25-to-21 win and a one-to-none lead.

While Levelland trailed early in the second, they rallied for a 25-to-19 win and evened the match at one-and-one.

Levelland sailed out to an eight point lead in the third but the Maidens rallied. San Angelo Lake View pushed the Loboettes to a tie at 23 before Levelland got away with a 26-to-24 win and took a two-and-one lead.

That was all the Loboettes would get.

The Maidens rushed out to a seven point lead in the fourth and sailed away with a 25-to-13 win to tie the match at two-and-two.

While it was blow for blow in the fifth to an eight all tie, the Maidens pushed away for the 15-to-13 win in the fifth and a 25-21, 19-25, 24-26, 25-13, 15-13 win over Levelland.

San Angelo Lake View out killed Levelland 38-to-32 while Levelland took the block column at four-and-two. Levelland hung 12 kills on ten service faults while San Angelo Lake View tabbed 11 aces on 12 service faults.

Illiyanna Gonzalez led the Loboettes with eight kills while Mahalie Stafford racked up seven kills on two blocks and Kalgarie Oaks tabbed seven kills. Amber Kelly added five kills and two blocks in the loss.

Mallory Blocker served for 15 points on the day while going 21-and-21 in service. Kaylee McCarter took nine points with one ace.

Mikaila Wagner was solid for the Maidens with 16 kills while Kenley Jackson racked up 19 service points with a 27-of-28 effort in service.

The Loboettes move their record seven-and-20 overall and three-and-five in district play.

That moves Levelland into a fourth place tie with the San Angelo Lake View Maidens with two to play.

Levelland travels to the third place Big Spring Lady Steers on Tuesday with Junior Varsity starting at 5:00pm and Varsity at 6:00pm.

Loboette Pregame Show starts at 5:30pm on KLVT AM1230, and on Levelland Sports Nation.

San Angelo Lake View def. Levelland 25-21, 19-25, 24-26, 25-13, 15-13
Sweetwater def. Lubbock Estacado 25-14, 21-25, 25-19, 25-18
Snyder def. Big Spring 27-25, 25-10, 25-16

(1) Snyder 8-0*
(2) Sweetwater 6-2*
(3) Big Spring 4-4
(4t) San Angelo Lake View 3-5
(4t) Levelland 3-5
(6) Lubbock Estacado 0-8 (out)
*Clinched Playoff Spot

DISTRICT SCHEDULE (Tuesday October 20th, 2020)
Levelland @ Big Spring
Snyder @ Sweetwater
San Angelo Lake View @ Lubbock Estacado

DISTRICT SCHEDULE (Saturday October 24th, 2020)
Lubboock Estacado @ Levelland
Snyder @ San Angelo Lake View
Sweetwater @ Big Spring

Run Run Rangers Run Down Levelland 34-to-Seven, Lobos Slip to One-and-One in District

No secret to the Perryton Rangers plan for 2020 as the Rangers ran for over 250 yards on Friday night and ran down the Levelland Lobos 34-to-seven. The loss moves Levelland to two-and-six and one-and-one in district.

Perryton wiped out over four minutes on their opening scoring drive as the Rangers went 73 yards over 11 plays before Abraham Hernandez sprinted in from nine yards out and the Rangers led seven-to-nothing with 4:00 to play in the opening quarter.

Levelland got a solid kick return from Joel Pena setting the Lobos up first-and-ten from the 42 yard line but the first play of the series was an interception by Perryton’s Isaac Castro.

The turnover set up a two play scoring drive as Brenton Heeter went to the house from 18 out and Perryton led 14-to-nothing after a quarter.

The Rangers would score again on a Lobo turnover when the Lobos fumbled away a Perryton punt.

44 yards and nine plays later Jahir Romero rushed in from seven out and while the PAT failed, Perryton led the halftime locker room 20-to-nothing.

That was more than enough.

Perryton would scored on two more rushing touchdowns from Jahir Romero on 11yard and four yard touchdown runs.

Levelland’s only score would come on a Romero fumble as Marco Gullien took the scoop and score to the house from 57 yards out.

It wasn’t enough as Perryton went on for the 34-to-seven win moving the Lobos to Levelland to two-and-six and one-and-one in district.

Levelland mustered just 140 yards total offense as Bryant White went 13-of-25 for 101 yards and two picks on the night.

Joel Pena caught four passes for 25 yards while Dylan Bordayo reeled in four passes for 46 yards. Caleb Salazar caught two passes for 18 yards and Jason Ramirez added two catches for five yards.

Levelland would rush for just 59 yards and netted 81 in the passing game.

Bryant White rushed eight times for 35 yards while Skyler Davis added seven carries for 19 yards in the loss.

Levelland would give up three turnovers compared to one for Perryton.

The Rangers rushed for 285 on the night as Brenton Heeter carried 18 times for 123 yards and a touchdown while Jahir Romero rushed 22 times for 119 yards and three touchdowns.

The Levelland Lobos move their record to two-and-six on the season and one-and-one in district play as they hit the bye week for 2020.

Levelland returns to action on Friday October 30th hosting the Lubbock Estacado Matadors with kick off set for 7:00pm.

Don’t forget to join Lobo Football Live at 6:00pm on Friday October 30th on KLVT AM1230, and Levelland Sports Nation on Facebook.

Perryton 34, Levelland 7
Borger 23, Lubbock Estacado 20

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

District Schedule (10/23/2020)
Perryton @ Lubbock Estacado (Thursday October 22nd)
Borger @ Seminole
Levelland (Idle)

KLVT Area Football Scoreboard (Week Eight, October 16th, 2020)

Perryton 34, Levelland 7
Borger 23, Lubbock Estacado 20
Lamesa 28, Kermit 0
Shallowater 44, Denver City 41
Slaton 30, Brownfield 13
Dalhart 2, Littlefield 0 (forfeit)
Bushland 41, River Road 7
Lubbock Roosevelt 57, Reagan County 0
Idalou 42, Abernathy 14
Coahoma 20, Stanton 16
Farwell 42, Sanford-Fritch 0
Panhandle 67, West Texas 50
Olton 63, Boys Ranch 0
Sundown 58, Floydada 21
Post 39, New Deal 0
Hale Center 38, Tahoka 13
Seagraves 42, Iraan 0
McCamey 38, Wink 33
Bovina 37, Ropes 7
Smyer 44, New Home 30
Petersburg 88, Kress 44
Springlake-Earth 2, Lorenzo 0 (forfeit)
Borden County 61, Meadow 8
Wellman-Union 44, Whiteface 42 (OT)
Amherst 48, Whitharral 43
Anton 70, Cotton Center 6

O’Donnell 58, Morton 6
Rankin 64, Lubbock Home School 0
Canyon Randall 59, Lubbock High 0
Lubbock Coronado 51, Wichita Falls Rider 13
Frenship 37, Midland High 23

KLVT Area Football District Scorecard (Week Eight, October 16th, 2020)


Levelland 27, Borger 14
Estacado 49, Seminole 42

(1t) Levelland (1-0)
(1t) Lubbock Estacado (1-0)
(1t) Perryton (0-0)
(1t) Borger (0-1)
(1t) Seminole (0-1)

District Schedule (10/16/2020)
Levelland @ Perryton
Lubbock Estacado @ Borger Seminole (Idle)

Shallowater 52, Lamesa 8
Denver City 28, Slaton 14 Brownfield 13, Kermit 12

(1t) Denver City (2-0)
(1t) Shallowater (2-0)
(3t) Slaton (1-1)
(3t) Brownfield (1-1)
(6t) Kermit (0-2)
(6t) Lameasa (0-2)

District Schedule (10/16/2020)
Kermit @ Lamesa
Slaton @ Brownfield
Shallowater @ Denver City

Bushland 63, Muleshoe 0 Littlefield 22, River Road 9

(1t) Bushland (1-0)
(1t) Littlefield (1-0)
(3) Dalhart (0-0)
(5t) Amarillo River Road (0-1)
(5t) Muleshoe (0-1)

District Schedule (10/16/2020)
Littlefield @ Dalhart
Bushland @ River Road Muleshoe (Idle)


Lubbock Roosevelt 28, Stanton 18 Abernathy 38, Reagan County 16
Idalou 68, Coahoma 22

(1t) Abernathy (1-0)
(1t) Idalou (1-0)
(1t) Lubbock Roosevelt (1-0)
(1t) Coahoma (0-1)
(1t) Reagan County (0-1)
(6t) Stanton (0-1)

District Schedule (10/16/2020)
Abernathy @ Idalou
Reagan County @ Lubbock Roosevelt
Stanton @ Coahoma

Farwell 48, Boys Ranch 15
Panhandle def. Olton (Forfeit)

(1t) Farwell (1-0)
(1t) Panhandle (1-0)
(1t) West Texas (0-0)
(1t) Boys Ranch (0-1)
(1t) Olton (0-1)

District Schedule (10/16/2020)
Olton @ Boys Ranch
West Texas @ Panhandle Farwell (Idle)


Post 51, Sundown 6
New Deal 45, Hale Center 0
Floydada 11, Tahoka 8

(1t) Floydada (1-0)
(1t) New Deal (1-0)
(1t) Post (1-0)
(6t) Hale Center (0-1)
(6t) Sundown (0-1)
(6t) Tahoka (0-1)

District Schedule (10/09/2020)
Floydada @ Sundown
Hale Center @ Tahoka
New Deal @ Post

Plains 56, Iraan 24
Wink 37, Seagraves 14

(1t) Plains (1-0)
(1t) Wink (1-0)
(3) McCamey (0-0)
(5t) Iraan (0-1)
(5t) Seagraves (0-1)

District Schedule (10/16/2020)
Iraan @ Seagraves
Wink @ McCamey
Plains (Idle)


Bovina 25, Sudan 21
Ropes 22, New Home 2

(1t) Bovina (1-0)
(1t) Ropes (1-0)
(3) Smyer (0-0)
(5t) New Home (0-1)
(5t) Sudan (0-1)

District Schedule (10/16/2020)
Bovina @ Ropes
New Home @ Smyer
Sudan (Idle)

Kress 70, Lorenzo 12
Petersburg 56, Nazareth 32

(1t) Kress (1-0)
(1t) Petersburg (1-0)
(1t) Springlake-Earth (0-0)
(1t) Lorenzo (0-1)
(1t) Nazareth (0-1)

District Schedule (10/09/2020)
Petersburg @ Kress
Springlake-Earth @ Lorenzo Nazareth (Idle)


O’ Donnell 56, Whiteface 8 Wellman-Union 64, Meadow 52

(1t) O’Donnell (1-0)
(1t) Wellman-Union (1-0)
(1t) Broden County (0-0)
(1t) Meadow (0-1)
(1t) Whiteface (0-1)

District Schedule (10/16/2020)
Meadow @ Borden County
Whiteface @ Wellman-Union
O’Donnell (Idle)

Amherst 66, Lazbuddie 52
Anton 67, Whitharral 22

(1t) Amherst (1-0)
(1t) Anton (1-0)
(1t) Cotton Center (0-0)
(1t) Lazbuddie (0-1)
(1t) Whitharral (0-1)

District Schedule (10/16/2020)
Anton @ Cotton Center
Amherst @ Whitharral Lazbuddie (Idle)

Loboettes Swept by Sweetwater, Levelland moves to Three-and-Four in District

The Levelland Loboettes returned home on Tuesday looking to stay in the top half of the district but Sweetwater built their second place lead with a 25-22, 25-23, 27-25 sweep of the Loboettes.

Sweetwater won the kill column 30-to-29 while the blocks category was a push at three-and-three.

Levelland would tabbed 13 service aces while fault eight times from service. Sweetwater aced just four times but faulted only twice.

Michaela Watkins led nearly every area for the Loboettes as the senior tabbed ten kills while Regan LaBadie added seven and Mahalie Stafford picked up five kills. Amber Kelly added two kills and two blocks in the loss.

Watkins was red hot in service as well with 15 points, nine aces and a 20-for-20 effort in service. Kaylee McCarter took five points on one ace while Chloe Costantino added four points on three aces.

Jazzane Potts was rock solid for Sweetwater pounding out 12 kills on the night. Mia Valdez added eight kills and an ace in the win.

The win moves Sweetwater to five-and-two in district play with three to go and sets them up to at least be able to defend second place.

Levelland slips to seven-and-19 overall and three-and-four in district. It sets the Loboettes with three to play and trying to climb pack into the middle of the pack.

The Loboettes hit the road on Saturday to San Angelo Lakeview to take on the Maidens.

Junior Varsity starts at 11:00am with Varsity at Noon.

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

Sweetwater def. Levelland 25-22, 25-23, 27-25
Snyder def. Estacado 25-21, 25-15, 25-23
Big Spring vs San Angelo Lakeview 25-19, 25-18, 21-25, 25-23

(1) Snyder 7-0*
(2) Sweetwater 5-2*
(3) Big Spring 4-3
(4) Levelland 3-4
(5) San Angelo Lake View 2-5
(6) Lubbock Estacado 0-7
*Clinched Playoff Spot

DISTRICT SCHEDULE (Saturday October 17th, 2020)
Levelland @ San Angelo Lake View
Sweetwater @ Lubbock Estacado
Big Spring @ Snyder

Lobos and Loboettes Run Sixth at Lubbock Invite

Addysyn Hill led the Loboettes on Saturday with a 11th place finish at the Lubbock Invitational

Addysyn Hill paced the Loboettes on Saturday in the 2020 Lubbock Invitational as the Lobos and Loboettes both ran sixth in the 4A Region One packed field.

Hill turned a time on 13:52.4 for 11th place overall while McKenna Ruiz ran 24th, Crystal Castellanos took 31st, Lynzee Cox ran 35th and Kaydence Escarcega added 36th as the Loboettes carded 137 points.

Canyon took the team gold for the ladies at 27 points placing four in the top six. Hereford ran second at 76 points while Canyon’s Abree Winfrey took the individual gold at 12:24.10.

Alexis Mendez ran the fast time for Levelland at 20:14.50 in 21st place. Gabriel Nieland ran 24th, Jose Ramirez 28th, Nick Martinez 33 and Matt Bautista in 38th. Levelland totaled 144 points for sixth place.

Andrews took the top spot as a team with 35 points as the Mustangs put four runners in the top ten.

Canyon took second as Eagle Samuel Ashley took the individual gold in 16:48.60. Canyon scored 40 points as a team.

Sundown Sweeps Gold at the Lubbock Invitational

The Sundown Roughnecks and Roughettes got into a big field at the 2020 Lubbock Invitational and behind individual golds from Gabby Peralta and Koy Torres, both teams captured teams golds at the meet.

Gabby Peralta took the girls gold in 12:52.40 running four seconds faster than Wellington’s Kyla Kane in second at 12:56.60. Alexa Rodriguez took sixth for the Roughettes in 13:35.90 while Natalie Urias took eight in 13:44.80 and Francis Ybarra tracked down tenth in 13:54.00.

Sundown’s girls amassed just 34 points handling second place Wellington who ran second at 64 points.

The Roughnecks followed suit as Koy Torres ran a 18:21.50 for the individual boys gold out-pacing Tyler Seeley from New Deal at 18:32.00.

Brayden Sanders took fourth in 18:40.8 while Bryson Sanders chased down seventh in 19:10.80. Mathais Salgado added 15th in the gold medal effort.

Sundown took the top spot in the boys field with 43 points while New Home ran second at 55 points.

Levelland Announces Ticketing Plans for Perryton and Snyder

Another week of football is here for Levelland ISD and as such, another set of ticket guidelines for Varsity, Junior Varsity, Freshman and Junior High Football.

The Levelland Junior High will be playing at Snyder on Thursday October 15th with games beginning at 5:00pm. For those tickets go to http:/ Tickets for the Junior High game at Snyder are $4.00 for adults, $2.00 for students with a additional handling fees. Remember, masks are required upon entry.

For the Junior Varsity football game between Levelland and Perryton at Lobo Stadium on Thursday night, there are no advanced ticket sales. Those tickets will be “at the gate” only and are all general admission tickets. Ticket prices are $3 for adults and $2.00 for kids.

The Freshman game with Perryton has been canceled, therefore, Junior Varsity football will kick off at 5:00pm Thursday night. Again, masks are required for entry to the stadium.

The Levelland varsity travels to Perryton on Friday night with kickoff set for 7:00pm. All tickets are on sale “at the gate” as there are not presale tickets for that game. Again, masks are required upon entry.

Loboettes Drop to 500 in District With a Sweep to Snyder

The Levelland Loboettes went into Saturday looking to take a bite out of Snyder’s two game district lead. The Lady Tigers had other ideas as they rolled up the Loboettes 25-22, 26-24, 27-25. The win moves the Loboettes backwards to three-and-three on the season while Snyder moves to six-and-oh in the district lead.

While Levelland won nearly every statistic column, the Loboettes could hang on to early leads in all three games.

Levelland out killed Snyder 29-to-23 while out blocking Snyder six-to-two. Snyder hung eight service aces while faulting eight times. Levelland put up six service aces on eight faults.

Michaela Watkins took eight kills while Mahalie Stafford tabbed seven kills and added three blocks. Kaylee McCarter took five kills with one block and Amber Kelly added four kills on one block. Illyanna Gonzalez took four kills on one block.

Service was balanced as well as Kaylee McCarter scored eight points while going 14-of-14 in service and recording one ace. Michaela Watkins took seven points on three aces while going nine-of-ten in service. Illiyanna Gonzalez, Chloe Consantino and Kalgarie Oaks added six points each.

Hayley Humphries took seven kills while Kamiah Davis and Myia Braziel added five kills each in the win. Humphries took 11 points with three aces on a 17-of-17 service effort.

Levelland slips seven-and-18 while moving to three-and-three in the district. Snyder still leads the district at six-and-oh.

Levelland stays at home for Tuesday action as Sweetwater’s Lady Mustangs come to call. Junior Varsity will start at 5:00pm with JV Black in the Auxiliary Gym and JV Red in main gym.

Loboette Varsity is set to tip at 6:00pm with Loboette Pregame Show at 5:30pm on KLVT AM1230, and Levelland Sports Nation on Facebook Live.

Snyder def. Levelland 25-22, 26-24, 27-25
Big Spring def. Estacado 25-3, 25-20, 23-25, 25-18
Sweetwater vs. San Angelo Lake View 25-17, 25-18, 20-25, 25-18

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

DISTRICT SCHEDULE (Tuesday October 13th, 2020)
Sweetwater @ Levelland
San Angelo Lake View @ Sweetwater
Lubbock Estacado @ Big Spring

Lobos Find Big Second Half and Take District Opener Over Borger 27-to-14

“I got on them a little bit at half,” said Levelland Lobo Coach Andy Correll and that speech must have worked as the Levelland Lobos scored 21 unanswered points in the second half to defeat the Borger Bulldogs 27-to-14 on Friday night. The win moves the Lobos to two-and-five on the year but one-and-oh in district play.

The first quarter was fairly uneventful until Borger send Camden Hernandez four yards to the house. Add a PAT and Borger led seven-to-nothing after one frame.

Levelland would answer the score early in the second as Bryant White hit Joel Pena on a 34-yard touchdown strike. The PAT would fail but Levelland narrowed the score to Borger 7, Levelland 6 with 10:58 left in the half.

The Bulldogs answered right back.

The Bulldogs would cover 77 yards on six plays as Cameron Chambers rumbled in from four yards out and with the PAT Borger led 14-to-six with 8:02 left in the half.

Levelland would drive late in the half and quickly covered 47 yards to set up a goal to go opportunity in the final ten seconds of the half. That drive died on a Lobo fumble and the lead was Borger’s 14-to-six at halftime.

The rest was all Levelland.

Borger would go four and punt on their opening drive and the Lobos took advantage.

64 yards over five plays and Bryant White finds Joel Pena for a second touchdown strike. The 39 yard hook up was attached to a failed PAT and Borger led 14-to-12 with 8:29 left in the third.

Borger would draw a roughing the passer penalty on the score and after the flag was assessed on the kick off, Levelland would jump on an onside kick at the Borger 32.

It only took four plays to take the lead as Bryant White tossed his third touchdown pass of the night hitting Jason Ramirez from 17 out. Levelland would go White to Caleb Salazar for the two point PAT and Levelland took the lead at 20-to-14 with 7:16 left in the third.

After both sides would go quietly over two possessions, the Lobos found the killing blow.

Levelland would force a Borger punt and Jason Ramirez would weave his way 73 yards to the house for the touchdown. Marco Gullien added the PAT and the lead grew to 27-to-14 with 10:08 left in the contest.

That was that as the Lobo defense allowed Borger only 14 plays and two first downs in the fourth quarter and Levelland rolled in for a 27-to-14 district opening win.

The Levelland Lobos would lean on the passing game as Bryant White connected on 16-of-38 through the air for 203 yards with three touchdowns and no picks.

Joel Pena reeled in six catches for 111 yards and two touchdowns while Jason Ramirez added six catches for 63 yards and a score. Dylan Bordayo caught three balls for nine yards and Caleb Salazar added two catches for 20 yards and a two point conversion.

While the Lobos put up 300 yards only 114 came on the ground. Skyler Davis rushed 15 times for 62 yards while Bryant White took six carries for 63 yards.

Borger would put up 252 yards total offense as Cameron Chambers rushed 25 times for 119 yards and a touchdown while Camden Hernandez rushed for 21 yards and a touchdown while throwing for 129 yards.

While the offensive production for Borger was limited, it was very limited in the back half as Borger picked up 206 yards in the first half and just 46 yards in the second half.

Levelland moves to two-and-five on the season and starts district at one-and-oh. Borger moves to oh-and-seven and opens district at oh-and-one.

The Lobos continue the season on Friday October 16th with a long road trip to Perryton to take on the Rangers. Perrtyon comes into the contest at one-and-four without a district game on the record.

Kickoff Friday night is set for 7:00pm with Lobo Pregame Show at 6:00pm on KLVT AM1230, and on Levelland Sports Nation via Facebook.

Levelland 27, Borger 14
Lubbock Estacado 49, Seminole 42

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

Levelland @ Perryton
Lubbock Estacado @ Borger
Seminole (Idle)