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Emma Holdman Hits Five Threes In 75-16 Win Over Post

The Sundown Roughettes would get 20 from Emma Holdman as she would five threes in the 75-to-16 win over the Post Lady Lopes. Sundown would improve to seven-and-two, as Post falls to oh-and-eight in district play.

Sundown would outscore the Lady Lopes in the first quarter 18-to-four, and 20-to-five in the second quarter. The Roughettes would take a 38-to-nine lead after half.

The Roughettes would continue the pace in the third quarter outscoring Post 21-to-seven, and then they would score 16 in the fourth while holding the Lady Lopes to no score in the fourth. The Roughettes would win 75-to-16 over the Post Lady Lopes.

Sundown would get three in double figures with 20 from Emma Holdman, 12 from Kaydence Loftin, and 10 from Ashlyn Lara. The Roughettes would get seven from Yaya Lopez and Shea Beadles, six from Aria Hogan, five from Allie McCormick, and two from Karlee Riley, Aubrey Rodgers, Hannah Holdman, and Natalie Urias.

Ropes would get six from Rylee McDaniel, four from Macy Gilliand, and three from Aneliz Alaniz and Tyara Guerrero.

Sundown would shoot 18-of-36 from the field at 50%, and eight-of-19 behind the three-point line at 42% for a total of 26-of-55 for 47%. They would shoot 10-of-19 from the free throw line at 53%. The Roughettes would finish with 42 rebounds and would score five off the glass. They would have 13 turnovers and score 20 points in transition.

Post would shoot six-of-37 from the field at 16%, and one-of-15 from behind the three-point line at 7% for a total of seven-of-52 at 13%. They would shoot one-of-11 from the free throw line at 9%. The Lady Lopes would finish with 30 rebounds and would score six off the offensive glass. They would have 26 turnovers and would not score in transition.

The Roughettes will return to the court on Friday, January 27th, as the Roughnecks and Roughettes will play host to New Home. Catch the Sundown Basketball LIVE on klvtradio.com, and Sundown Sports Nation on Facebook. Pregame at 6:00pm, First Tip at 6:15pm with Todd Wiiest!

DISTRICT SCOREBOARD
Sundown 75, Post 16
Ropes 56, Seagraves 30
Tahoka 43, Plains 41
New Home BYE

DISTRICT STANDINGS:
(1) New Home (8-0)
(2) Sundown (7-2)
(3) Ropes (6-3)
(3) Plains (4-5)
(4) Tahoka (4-4)
(6) Seagraves (1-8)
(7) Post (0-8)

DISTRICT SCHEDULE 01/27/2023
New Home @ Sundown
Post @ Seagraves
Ropes @ Tahoka
Plains (BYE)

DISTRICT SCHEDULE 01/31/2023
Seagraves @ New Home
Plains @ Ropes
Tahoka @ Post
Sundown (BYE)

Roughnecks Get Three In Double Figures After A 63-26 Win Over Post

The Sundown Roughnecks would get three in double figures in the win over Post. The Roughnecks would improve to four-and-three, as Post slips to oh-and-seven in district play.

Sundown would outscore the Antelopes in the first quarter 20-to-six, and 17-to-one in the second. The Roughnecks would take a 30 point lead to the halftime locker-room with a score of 37-to-seven.

Sundown and Post would go point for point in the third quarter with both teams scoring 11. Sundown would win the fourth quarter outscoring Post 15-to-eight, which would lead to the 63-to-26 win.

Sundown would get three in double figures with 14 from Noah Peralez, and 13 a piece from Aden Escamilla and Alex Bocanegra. The Roughnecks would also get seven from Jaxon Rodriguez, six from Johnny Acevedo, four from Watson Evans, and three from both Jayson Martinez and Issac Lopez.

Post would get eight from Keyandre Jefferson, five from both Kasen Wink and Jamarion Reed, three from Jacob McClellan, two from Cruz Pantoja-Navarro, Jonathan Adams, and Colin Carson, one from Trace Price and Steve Gonzales.

Sundown would shoot 16-of-49 from the field at 33%, and three-of-15 behind the three-point line at 20% for a total of 19-of-64 for 30%. They would shoot 20-of-29 from the free throw line at 69%. The Roughnecks would finish with 50 rebounds and would score 11 off the glass. They would have 16 turnovers and score 14 points in transition.

Post would shoot eight-of-35 from the field at 23%, and two-of-11 from behind the three-point line at 18% for a total of 10-of-46 at 22%. They would shoot four-of-14 from the free throw line at 29%. The Antelopes would finish with 34 rebounds and would score nine off the offensive glass. They would have 26 turnovers and would score two in transition.

The Roughnecks will return to the court on Friday, January 27th, as the Roughnecks and Roughettes they play host to New Home as they take on the Leopards and Lady Leopards. Catch the Sundown Basketball LIVE on klvtradio.com, and Sundown Sports Nation on Facebook. Pregame at 6:00pm, First Tip at 6:15pm with Todd Wiiest!

DISTRICT SCOREBOARD
Sundown 63, Post 26
Seagraves 63, Ropes 58
Plains 64, Tahoka 51
New Home BYE

DISTRICT STANDINGS:
(1) New Home (6-0)
(2) Plains (6-1)
(3t) Seagraves (4-3)
(3t) Sundown (4-3)
(3t) Tahoka (3-4)
(6) Ropes (1-6)
(7) Post (0-7)

DISTRICT SCHEDULE 01/27/2023
New Home @ Sundown
Post @ Seagraves
Ropes @ Tahoka
Plains (BYE)

DISTRICT SCHEDULE 01/31/2023
Seagraves @ New Home
Plains @ Ropes
Tahoka @ Post
Sundown (BYE)

Schedules and Reschedules For High School Basketball Due To Weather

Tahoka @ Plains Tuesday, January 24th, Varsity Girls: 5:00pm, Varsity Boys: 6:15pm

Seagraves @ Ropes Wednesday, January 25th, Varsity Girls: 4:00pm, Varsity Boys: 5:15pm VARSITY GAMES ONLY

Snyder @ San Angelo Lakeview Wednesday, January 25th, Varsity Girls: 5:00pm, Varsity Boys: 6:15pm. VARSITY GAMES ONLY

Sundown @ Post Wednesday, January 25th, Varsity Girls: 4:00pm, Varsity Boys: Directly following Girls game. VARSITY GAMES ONLY

Whitharral @ Morton Wednesday, January 25th, Jv Boys at 5:00pm, Varsity Boys at 6:30pm

The Lobo Defense Does it Again as Levelland Moves to Three-and-One in the District

The Levelland Lobos held San Angelo Lake View to just 27 points on Friday night and they bested that number on Monday as the Lobos rolled up district win number three defeating the Big Spring Steers 52-to-17.

Levelland held the Steers to just 11 points in the front 16 minutes and went to the locker room with a 22-to-11 lead.

That was impressive but the second half was better yet as the Steers got just six points in the third and didn’t score in the fourth as Levelland cruised in for the 52-to-17 win.

Levelland got 18 from Taeshuan Jones as he went four-for-four at the free throw line while Eryk Jones scored 11 for Levelland. Ethan Campos and Carson Boggs added five each while Neamiah Campos added four and Zameron LeCroy scored three. Jerry Haile, Jayden Castillo and Jacob Garza all added two in the win.

Big Spring went without a double figure scorer as Eli Cobos got six and Conner Miller scored three.

Levelland would go 20-of-53 from the floor at 38% and gave up 18 turnovers and while those are not great offensive numbers, the Lobo defense was rock solid.

Levelland would allow Big Spring just eight total field goals on 53 tries while the Steers went scoreless from the free throw line and gave up 23 turnovers.

Big Spring slips to six-and-15 overall and one-and-three in the district as host Lubbock Estacado on Friday and travel to Snyder on Tuesday next week.

The Levelland Lobos are 13-and-12 overall but move to three-and-one in the district as they trek to Snyder on Friday and to Sweetwater on Tuesday next week.

Catch the Lobos and Loboettes Friday night from Snyder with Junior Varsity games starting at 5:00pm, Varsity Girls and Freshman Boys at 6:15pm and the Varsity Boys and Freshman Girls at 7:30pm.

Tune in for the Lobos and Loboettes on KLVT AM1230, www.klvtradio.com and on Levelland Sports Nation on Facebook with the pregame show starting at 5:45pm.

#6 Levelland Loboettes Lock Up Playoff Spot with a 58-to-19 Win Over Big Spring

Put a check mark in the the to do list for the #6 Levelland Loboettes as behind a convincing 58-to-19 over Big Spring on Monday night, the Loboettes have moved to 26-and-three overall and with a six-and-oh run in the district, the Loboettes are playoff bound for 2023.

Levelland didn’t get the hottest of starts offensively getting just eight front quarter points but they held Big Spring scoreless all the way to the 1:10 mark in the second quarter and went to half with a 30-to-three lead.

The Loboettes put together a 22 point third quarter to pop the top and cruise in for the 58-to-19 win.

The win moves Levelland to 26-and-three on the year and six-and-oh in district play while Big Spring slips to eight-and-16 overall and two-and-four in the district.

Lelani Sanchez set the pace getting 14 points on the back of a pair of threes while Carly Tienda got down 11 on the night. Destynii Jones added eight off the bench while Laci White and Emery Smith scored seven each. Angelica Gonzales got down four with Madison Stafford adding three and Adrenna Galvin and Olivia Velardez got two each in the win.

Big Spring went without a double figure scorer as Erin Foresyth tossed in eight to pace the Lady Steers.

Defense leads offense for the Loboettes as while Levelland shot 22-of-59 from the field at 37% and six-of-28 from behind the line at 21% but they would hold the Lady Steers to just eight field goals on 36 tries.

Levelland would take 31 turnovers off the Lady Steers and turned those into 19 points.

The Big Spring Lady Steers move to eight-and-16 on the season and to two-and-four in district play as host Lubbock Estacado on Friday and travel to Snyder on Tuesday next week.

The Loboettes are 26-and-three on the year and six-and-oh in the district. They travel to Snyder on Friday and to Sweetwater on Tuesday.

Catch the Lobos and Loboettes Friday night from Snyder with Junior Varsity games starting at 5:00pm, Varsity Girls and Freshman Boys at 6:15pm and the Varsity Boys and Freshman Girls at 7:30pm.

Tune in for the Lobos and Loboettes on KLVT AM1230, http://www.klvtradio.com and on Levelland Sports Nation on Facebook with the pregame show starting at 5:45pm.

Harris Buckets 26 Points, No. 10 Texans Quiet Bulldogs 65-58 Monday

LEVELLAND — Jaden Harris led all scorers with 26 points as No. 10 South Plains quieted Clarendon College 65-58 Monday at the Texan Dome to improve to 16-3 on the year and 4-1 in the WJCAC.

The Texans will be on the road Thursday in Snyder, squaring off with Western Texas at 7:30 p.m. The contest will stream live at spctexans.com and can be heard locally on KLVT Radio AM1230.

“We were down a guy tonight, and guys were moving positions, and I told our guys that felt like a region tournament game,” South Plains College head coach Hayden Sowers said. “It was slow, we had to grind it out, and I’m glad our guys found a way to win. We have guys who didn’t score in the first half who are averaging double figures, so at least our defense was there tonight. You hold your opponent to 58 points, you’re going to give yourself a chance to win.”

Harris knocked down nine of 14 shots from the field and was seven of 10 from the free throw line over 40 minutes. Christian Coleman scored in double figures for the 19th consecutive game, totaling 16 points and 11 boards over 32 minutes. Elijah Tate chipped in 11 points and snagged three boards, his fifth game netting double figures in his last six outings.

“Defensively, Clarendon was dropping coverage on the ball screen, and I tried to attack their big guys and get some layups early,” Harris said. “We were trying to get downhill and create shots for everyone else. Defensively, we locked in on their shooters and did a good job of not allowing them to get open looks. We really focused on moving the ball and putting pressure on them in the second half, and it worked out for us tonight.”

Malek Abdelgowad poured in six points to go along with seven rebounds, while Muon Reath was a menace on the defensive end for South Plains, swatting four shots over 33 minutes. The Texans forced Clarendon to shoot just 37 percent from the field and five of 25 from distance in the contest.

“Clarendon played well inside the paint, so we focused on moving the ball from one side to the other,” Reath said. “That worked well for us, and we were able to attack and create some open shots. We wanted to disrupt their offense any way we would, and we were able to force them to take difficult shots. Coach Sowers has preached to us about the game we have lost by one possession, so we are trying to focus on winning every possession and finding ways to win those games.”

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

Lady Texans Win Fourth Straight, Knock off No. 24 Clarendon 70-58 Monday at the Texan Dome

LEVELLAND — Jennifer Silva and Matilda Soderlund each recorded a double-double Monday as the South Plains College women’s basketball team knocked off No. 24 Clarendon College 70-58 at the Texan Dome.

The Lady Texans have now won four straight, improving to 10-7 on the season and 4-0 in the WJCAC and will be on the road Thursday in Snyder to take on Western Texas at 5:45 p.m. The contest will stream live at spctexans.com and can be heard locally on KLVT Radio AM1230.

“Clarendon is really good offensively, and I thought for the most part we played well on the defensive end,” South Plains College head coach Ara Baten said. “We forced them to hit some tough shots, and they did, but overall we played well. Jennifer played well for us tonight and stepped up for us. We have to have that kind of production from that post position the rest of the way.”

Silva finished with a season-high 17 points and 15 boards, connecting on seven of 13 shots from the field and also recorded a season-high six blocked shots. Soderlund scored in double figures for the third straight contest, dropping in 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds over 34 minutes.

“We executed our plan for the third game in a row defensively, and I want to see us carry that over and start playing better offensively,” Baten said. “Overall, I like where we are at. I think we have a lot of room to grow, but for the most part, I like where we’re at.”

Daiysha Brown finished with 17 points, seven rebounds, and five assists for South Plains, while Kimora Daly chipped in six points coming off the bench. South Plains forced 11 turnovers resulting in 13 points on the offensive end and netted 14 points on second-chance opportunities.

Clarendon, who ranked second in the country coming into the contest averaging just over 93 points per game, shot just 29.5 percent from the field. South Plains shot a 44.3 percent clip from the floor and outscored the Lady Bulldogs 25-14 in the final 10 minutes.

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

Lobo Defensive Stifles the Chiefs, Levelland Moves to Two-and-One in District

The Levelland Lobo defense was on point Friday night holding San Angelo Lake View to just eight field goals over 32 minutes. The stifling led the Lobos to a 62-to-27 win and move their record to 12-and-12 overall and two-and-one in the district.

Levelland got points from five different players in the opening quarter while the Chiefs were held to just two field goals and Levelland started on a 13-to-four run in the first quarter.

Lake View got going a bit in the second getting a three from Taven White and a four-of-six from the free throw line from Tony Cabrera for eight second quarter points but Levelland got ten from Jerry Haile and seven more from Taeshaun Jones and Levelland grew the lead to 34-to-12 at the half.

Little did anyone know, the Lobo defense had just begun.

While Levelland got down 15 third quarter points, San Angelo Lake View would get just one field goal coming at 1:28 left in the quarter. The 15-to-two run put it away as a 49-to-14 lead after three netted a 62-to-27 win for the Lobos.

The win moves Levelland to 12-and-12 on the year and two-and-one in the district while San Angelo Lake View drops to six-and-18 overall and one-and-two in district play.

Levelland would get points all over the place as Taeshaun Jones hit two threes scoring 13 in limited minutes. Jerry Haile knocked down a pair of threes and scored ten while Jayden Castillo got in eight points. Neamiah Campos added seven off the bench while Zameron LeCroy and Ethan Campos added five each. Eryk Jones added four while Ladarian Jordan got four and Carson Boggs added two in the win.

The Chiefs went without a double figured scorer as RJ Bonhannon paced San Angelo Lake View with seven.

Levelland’s offense was stable the defense was really good.

Levelland hit 23-of-54 from the floor at 43% and while the shooting was good the Lobos held Lake View to eight-of-41 from the field.

Levelland gave up just 11 turnovers in the ball game while taking 20 off of the Chiefs.

San Angelo Lake View slips to six-and-18 on the year and to one-and-two in the district as they host Snyder on Tuesday and travel to Sweetwater on Friday.

The Levelland Lobos host Big Spring Monday night as the game has been moved up due to weather. They travel to Snyder on Friday.

Games will begin on Monday evening at 5:00pm.

Varsity Girls are set for 6:15 with Varsity boys at 7:30pm and you can catch the Lobos and Loboettes live on KLVT AM1230, www.klvtradio.com and on Levelland Sports Nation on Facebook.

DISTRICT SCOREBOARD
Levelland 62, San Angelo Lakeview 27
Lubbock Estacado 63, Snyder 49
Big Spring 31, Sweetwater 30

DISTRICT STANDINGS:
(1) Lubbock Estacado (3-0)
(2t) Levelland (2-1)
(2t) Snyder (2-1)
(4t) San Angelo Lakeview (1-2)
(4t) Big Spring (1-2)
(6t) Sweetwater (0-3)

DISTRICT SCHEDULE 01/24/2023
Big Spring @ Levelland
Sweetwater @ Lubbock Estacado
Snyder @ San Angelo Lakeview

DISTRICT SCHEDULE 01/27/2023
Levelland @ Snyder
Lubbock Estacado @ Big Spring
San Angelo Lakeview @ Sweetwater

Sanchez Tosses in 22 and the Loboettes Cruise by Lake View 72-to-18

Lelani Sanchez tossed in four threes in a career high 22 on Friday night as the #6 Levelland Loboettes cruised by San Angelo Lake View 72-to-18. The win moves the Loboettes to 25-and-three on the year and five-to-oh in the district.

It was over when it started as Levelland raced out to a 21-to-six lead after one quarter and stretched the lead to 39-to-ten by halftime.

Lake View would get just eight second half points as hung 36 turnovers on the Maidens and cruised in for the 72-to-18 win.

That win moves the #6 Levelland Loboettes to 25-and-three on the season and five-and-oh in the district while San Angelo Lake View drops to two-and-23 on the season and oh-and-five in district at the turn.

Lelani Sanchez hit four threes in a career high 22 while Destynii Jones scored ten off the bench and Emery Smith added ten more on the back of two threes. Laci White added eight while Carly Tienda got five and Angelica Gonzales and Ellie Phillips added four each. Mia Morin got down three and Adrenna Galvin, Olivia Velardez and Madison Stafford added two each in the win.

San Angelo Lake View was led by Amber Garivay as she connected on six-of-six from the free throw line and scored eight in the loss.

Levelland got off 75 shots in the win creating extra possessions on 29 offensive rebounds and 36 Maiden turnovers.

The Loboettes would scored 25 off the glass and 27 more on the turnovers.

The San Angelo Lake View Maidens slip to two-and-23 on the year and oh-and-five in the district as they host Snyder on Tuesday and travel to Sweetwater on Friday.

The #6 Levelland Loboettes are 25-and-three on the year and host Big Spring on Monday night before traveling to Snyder on Friday.

Games with Big Spring that were set for Tuesday January 24th have been moved to Monday January 23rd due to weather moving into the area.

Games will begin on Monday evening at 5:00pm.

Varsity Girls are set for 6:15 with Varsity boys at 7:30pm and you can catch the Lobos and Loboettes live on KLVT AM1230, http://www.klvtradio.com and on Levelland Sports Nation on Facebook.

DISTRICT SCOREBOARD
Levelland 72, San Angelo Lakeview 18
Lubbock Estacado 51, Snyder 39
Big Spring 49, Sweetwater 44

DISTRICT STANDINGS:
(1) Levelland (5-0)
(2) Lubbock Estacado (4-1)
(3) Snyder (3-2)
(4) Big Spring (2-3)
(5) Sweetwater (1-4)
(6) San Angelo Lakeview (0-5)

DISTRICT SCHEDULE 01/24/2023
Big Spring @ Levelland
Sweetwater @ Lubbock Estacado
Snyder @ San Angelo Lakeview

DISTRICT SCHEDULE 01/27/2023
Levelland @ Snyder
Lubbock Estacado @ Big Spring
San Angelo Lakeview @ Sweetwater

McCormick Leads All Scores With 24 In The Sundown Win Over Ropes

The Sundown Roughettes would get 24 from Allie McCormick in the 60-to-36 win over Ropes. Sundown would improve to six-and-two, as Ropes would fall to five-and-three in district play.

Sundown would outscore the Lady Eagles in the first quarter eight-to-seven, they would then outscore Ropes 21-to-11 in the second. The lead at the half would 29-to-18 in favor of Sundown.

The Roughettes would continue the pace in the third quarter outscoring Ropes 20-to-12 in the third and 11-to-six in the fourth. Sundown would take second in the district with the win over the Lady Eagles who would fall to third.

Sundown would get three in double figures with 24 from Allie McCormick, 14 from Emma Holdman, and 10 from Aria Hogan. The Roughettes would get four from Yaya Lopez and Natlie Urias, two from Shea Beadles, and one from Kaydence Loftin.

Ropes would get double figures from Tatum Melton with 14, and Ava Grace-Falls with 13. The Lady Eagles would get three from Bailey Turner and two apiece from Allie Wilson and Kati Rhoads.

Sundown would shoot 16-of-31 from the field at 52%, and seven-of-19 behind the three-point line at 37% for a total of 23-of-50 for 46%. They would shoot six-of-13 from the free throw line at 46%. The Roughettes would finish with 34 rebounds and would score four off the glass. They would have 14 turnovers and score 16 points in transition.

Ropes would shoot 12-of-38 from the field at 32%, and one-of-nine from behind the three-point line at 11% for a total of 13-of-47 at 28%. They would shoot nine-of-17 from the free throw line at 53%. The Lady Eagles would finish with 35 rebounds and would score four off the offensive glass. They would have 20 turnovers and would score four in transition.

The Roughettes will return to the court on Tuesday, January 24th, as the Roughnecks and Roughettes travel to Post to take on the Antelopes and Lady Lopes. Catch the Sundown Basketball LIVE on klvtradio.com, and Sundown Sports Nation on Facebook. Pregame at 6:00pm, First Tip at 6:15pm with Todd Wiiest!

DISTRICT SCOREBOARD
Sundown 60, Ropes 36
Plains 46, Seagraves 27
New Home 78, Post 7
Tahoka BYE

DISTRICT STANDINGS:
(1) New Home (8-0)
(2) Sundown (6-2)
(3) Ropes (5-3)
(3) Plains (4-4)
(4) Tahoka (3-4)
(6) Seagraves (1-7)
(7) Post (0-7)

DISTRICT SCHEDULE 01/24/2023
Sundown @ Post
Tahoka @ Plains
Seagraves @ Ropes
New Home (BYE)

DISTRICT SCHEDULE 01/27/2023
New Home @ Sundown
Post @ Seagraves
Ropes @ Tahoka
Plains (BYE)