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Levelland Struggles to Find Offense, Falls to Idalou Ten-to-Three

The Levelland Loboettes got just three runs on just six hits Tuesday night and the Loboettes fell to Idalou ten-to-three.

The Lady Cats got two in the bottom of the second before Levelland got on the board in the top of the fourth on a Chloe Constantino solo homerun cutting the lead to Idalou 2, Levelland 1 into the bottom of the fourth.

Idalou answered with one in the bottom of the fourth and three more in the fifth running their lead to six-to-one to the sixth.

Levelland got two more in the top of the sixth on doubles from Amber Kelly, Chloe Constantino, and Angelia Gonzalez, but it was too little too late as Idalou added four in the bottom of the sixth and sealed the ten-to-three win.

Idalou scored ten runs on 14 hits and no errors while Levelland got three runs on six hits with three errors.

Natalie Coronado took the loss working five innings allowing seven runs with just three earned. Those came on 11 hits, two walks and three strikeouts. Angelia Gonzalez worked an inning in relief with three runs allowed on three hits.

The Levelland Loboettes move to four-and-six as they head for the Seminole Tournament for Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

While the Loboettes will not play on Thursday, Levelland takes on Brownfield on Friday at 9:00am and Muleshoe at 4:00pm with both games played at Seminole High School field. Saturday the Loboettes take on Hereford at 12:30pm at the high school field, Plainview at 4:00pm at City Field Number Four and the Seminole Maidens on Saturday at 7:30pm at Seminole High School.

KLVT Area Girls Basketball Playoff Scoreboard (To State Semi-Finals)

6A
BI-DISTRICT: Frenship 51, El Paso Eastwood 47
AREA: Timber Creek 54, Frenship 48
—Frenship Out—

5A
BI-DISTRICT: Lubbock Cooper 62, Amarillo Palo Duro 46
AREA: Lubbock Cooper 43, El Paso Andress 29
REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS: Lubbock Cooper 80, Canutillo 24
REGIONAL SEMIS: Lubbock Cooper 59, Mansfield Legacy 54
REGIONAL FINALS: Lubbock Cooper 78, Plainview 58
STATE SEMI-FINALS: Lubbock Cooper vs. Frisco Liberty (TBA)

BI-DISTRICT: Amarillo 63, Lubbock Monterey 34
—Lubbock Monterey Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Plainview 73, Lubbock Coronado 46
AREA: Plainview 73, El Paso Hanks 47
REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS: Plainview 69, Tascosa 63
REGIONAL SEMIS: Plainview 70, Wichita Falls Rider56
REGIONAL FINALS: Lubbock Cooper 78, Plainview 58
—Plainview Out—-

BI-DISTRICT: Plainview 73, Lubbock Coronado 46
—Lubbock Coronado Out—

4A
BI-DISTRICT: Levelland 55, Dumas 46
AREA: Levelland 43, Midland Greenwood 39
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Canyon 49, Levelland 24
—Levelland Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Perryton 41, Lubbock Estacado 34
—Lubbock Estacado Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Hereford 65, Snyder 28
—Snyder Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Canyon 84, Big Spring 16
—Big Spring Out—

3A
BI-DISTRICT: Shallowater 59, Dalhart 46
AREA: Shallowater 68, Littlefield 31
REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS: Shallowater 55, Canadian 47
REGIONAL SEMIS: Shallowater 55, Jim Ned 34
REGIONAL FINALS: Brownfield 50, Shallowater 45
—Shallowater Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Brownfield 82, Presidio 19
AREA: Brownfield 53, Idalou 51
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Brownfield 57, Childress 55
REGIONAL SEMIS: Brownfield 67, Peaster 58
REGIONAL FINALS: Brownfield 50, Shallowater 45
STATE SEMI-FINALS: Brownfield vs. Ponder (TBA)

BI-DISTRTICT: Littlefield 88, Kermit 41
AREA: Shallowater 68, Littlefield 31
—Littlefield Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Muleshoe 68, Tornillo 40
AREA: Canadian 80, Muleshoe 40
—Muleshoe Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Lamesa 56, Alpine 46
AREA: Childress 85, Lamesa 34
—Lamesa Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Idalou 54, Spearman 47
AREA: Brownfield 53, Idalou 51
—Idalou Out—

2A
BI-DISTRICT: Sundown 48, Smyer 20
AREA: Sundown 52, Forsan 43
REGIONAL QUARTERS: New Home 61, Sundown 42
—Sundown Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Sudan 96, Post 48
AREA: Sudan 71, Ozona 37
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Sudan 64, Ropes 60
REGIONAL SEMIS: Wellington 51, Sudan 23
—Sudan Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Ropes 57, Plains 30
AREA: Ropes 70, Christoval 41
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Sudan 64, Ropes 60
—Ropes Out—

BI-DISTRICT: New Home 78, Seagraves 27
—Seagraves Out—-

BI-DISTRICT: Ropes 57, Plains 30
—Plains Out—

1A
BI-DISTRICT: Grady 44, Whitharral 33
—Whitharral Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Whiteface (Bye)
AREA: Whiteface 44, Jayton 29
REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS: Whiteface 40, Borden County 36
REGIONAL SEMI-FINALS: Nazareth 52, Whiteface 31
—Whiteface Out—

BI-DISTRICT — Borden County 74, Meadow 44
—Meadow Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Happy 61, Anton 13
—Anton Out—

KLVT Area Boys Basketball Scorecard (Into Region Finals)

6A
BI-DISTRICT: Frenship 73, El Paso Franklin 36
AREA: Frenship 62, VR Eaton 53
REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS: El Paso Americas 48, Frenship 41
—Frenship Out—

5A
BI-DISTRICT: Randall 54, Lubbock Cooper 53
—Lubbock Cooper Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Plainview 65, Lubbock Monterey 57
—Lubbock Monterey Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Plainview 65, Lubbock Monterey 57
AREA: El Paso Chapin 79, Plainview 67
—Plainview Out—

4A
BI-DISTRICT: Lubbock Estacado 89, Dumas 48
AREA: Lubbock Estacado 61, Midland Greenwood 46
REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS: Lubbock Estacado 50, Canyon High 46
REGIONAL SEMI-FINALS: Argyle 57, Lubbock Estacado 40
—Lubbock Estacado—

BI-DISTRICT: Hereford 63, Levelland 48
—Levelland Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Snyder 40, Perryton 38
AREA: Seminole 75, Snyder 42
—Snyder Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Canyon 58, Sweetwater 38
—Sweetwater Out—

3A
BI-DISTRICT: Shallowater 96, Dalhart 40
AREA: Shallowater 103, Lamesa 48
REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS: Shallowater 51, Dimmitt 28
REGIONAL SEMI-FINALS: Shallowater 77, Peaster 62
REGIONAL FINALS: Shallowater vs. Brock, Friday March 5th, 6:00pm, Angelo State University

BI-DISTRICT: Brownfield 86, Kermit 49
AREA: Abernathy 71, Brownfield 62
—Brownfield Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Littlefield 53, Alpine 52
AREA: Childress 34, Littlefield 29
—Littlefield Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Lamesa 66, Presidio 65
AREA: Shallowater 103, Lamesa 48
—Lamesa Out—

2A
BI-DISTRICT: Sundown 43, Tahoka 37
AREA: Eldorado 47, Sundown 29
—Sundown Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Ralls 57, Olton 54
—Olton Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Seagraves 58, Smyer 55 (OT)
—Smyer Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Seagraves 58, Smyer 55 (OT)
AREA: Winters 43, Seagraves 36
—Seagraves Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Plains 75, Post 70
AREA: Wink 85, Plains 76
—Plains Out—

BI-DISTRICT: New Home 81, Morton 31
—Morton Out—

1A
BI-DISTRICT: Whitharral (BYE)
AREA: Spur 55, Whitharral 48
—Whitharral Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Springlake-Earth (BYE)
AREA: Springlake-Earth 71, Groom 43
REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS: Texline 84, Springlake-Earth 51
—Springlake-Earth Out—-

BI-DISTRICT: Texline 91, Amherst 54
—Amherst Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Sands 61, Meadow 43
—Meadow Out—

Six Lady Texans Score in Double Figures, No. 7 South Plains Route Frank Phillips 84-52

LEVELLAND — Six Lady Texans scored in double figures as No. 7 South Plains College routed Frank Phillips 84-52 Monday night at the Texan Dome.

South Plains improves to 9-2 on the season and 6-1 in conference play and will be back on the hardwood on Monday, March 8 in Big Spring to take on Howard College at 5:45 p.m. The contest will stream live at spctexans.com.

“Our kids played hard and executed pretty well for the most part,” South Plains head coach Ara Baten said. “We had a couple of hiccups in the third quarter and got those things corrected in the fourth quarter, and I thought overall we played well.”

Sophomore Jordan Brown scored a season-high 17 points, bucketing 7 of 13 shots over 25 minutes. Dyana Offutt dropped in 15 points and grabbed 10 boards, netting 7 of 10 shots from the field as the Lady Texans shot 48.5 percent from the floor including a 51.4 percent clip in the first half.

Viktoria Ivanova chipped in 15 points on 6 of 12 shooting for South Plains while freshman Debora Reis recorded her eighth double-double of the year, pouring in 11 points and hauled in 10 rebounds over 28 minutes. Sophomore Grace Hunter was 5 of 9 shooting, totaling 12 points in 31 minutes.

“I was a little concerned coming in because I don’t think we had the best practices these past few days,” Baten said. “But, when it was time to perform I thought we did what we needed to do. I’m happy and I’m proud of the way they competed, and it’s difficult to come back from a tough night like we had.”

South Plains was just as efficient on the defensive end forcing the Lady Plainsmen to shoot just 25 percent from the floor. The Lady Texans had their way in the paint, outscoring their counterpart 38-8 inside and tallied 18 points on second-chance opportunities. The Lady Texans forced 20 turnovers in the contest resulting in 28 points on the offensive end and received 19 points from their bench.

“In spots we can be good, but we have a tendency sometimes to take quick shots and lose some of our aggressiveness,” Baten said. “Those are things we have to continue to get better at. We got lazy at times on defense and let them loose more than we wanted to, but when we needed to get stops we were able to do that.”

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

Balanced Offensive Attack Leads No. 1 South Plains over Frank Phillips 103-75

LEVELLAND — Seven players scored in double figures including Myron Gardner‘s team-high 19 points as No. 1 South Plains College bested Frank Phillips 103-75 Monday night at the Texan Dome.

The Texans improve to 10-0 on the year and 5-0 in conference play as they shift their focus to Thursday night when they host No. 3 Odessa College in a heavyweight matchup at the Texan Dome, with tip slated for 6:30 p.m. Admission to the game is free and the contest will stream live at spctexans.com. 

“I thought we played unselfish for the most part tonight and did a good job of making the next pass,” South Plains head coach Steve Green said. “We got out and ran a little bit and I thought we controlled the glass well tonight and got quite a few offensive rebounds.”

South Plains shot 56.2 percent (41-73) from the floor and a season-high 55.6 percent (15-27) from the 3-point line against the Plansmen. Gardner scored in double figures for the eighth time this season, netting 9 of 14 shots over 23 minutes.

Sophomore big man Yuot Gai dropped in a career-high 18 points on 7 of 8 shooting, while 6-6 guard Benjamin Bayela poured in 18 points and snagged five rebounds, bucketing 8 of 10 shots and was 2 of 4 from distance in 22 minutes.

“Myron and Vonnie were able to drive the ball right down the middle and create open shots,” Green said. “Doing that gave us the opportunity to get guys open behind the 3-point line and create open looks. We have to get better defensively and we didn’t guard the ball screen too well, but we will get better at that.”

6-7 guard Rivaldo Soares tallied 11 points, six rebounds, and dished out a team-high five assists while Jevonnie Scott totaled 10 points and three boards and Dalph Panopio had 10 points, three rebounds, and three assists.

The Texans scored 48 points inside the paint and forced 20 turnovers in the contest resulting in 29 points on the offensive end. South Plains dominated the glass, outrebounding their counterpart 45-28, and held the Plainsmen to a 25 percent (4-16) clip from the 3-point line.

South Plains is coming off their two best offensive performances this season, averaging 98 points per game in their last two outings. The Texans will look to continue their success with the rock Thursday night against Odessa who comes in averaging just over 97 points per game on the year.

“Odessa is a really good team and they play a little unorthodox,” Green said. “From what we’ve seen, they press and play a lot of trap and zone, and they play extremely hard. They are a very good team and we have two more days to get prepared for that one.”

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

Lobos Knock Out Two Wins Friday, Levelland Opens 2021 Three-and-One

The Levelland Lobos got a solid start to 2021 winning a pair on Friday and getting through their opening weekend three-and-one.

Levelland 12, Ballinger 2
After split a pair on Thursday, the Levelland Lobos opened Friday with a solid outing from RJ Ochoa as they battered the Ballinger Bearcats 12-to-two in five innings.

Ballinger would get a run in the first a pair of singles, a hit batter and a Lobo error but Levelland bounced right back for two in the bottom of the first on a pair of walks, an error and a Dylan Bordayo RBI single. The Lobos led two-to-one after one.

Ballinger would score one more in the second on a single and a second Lobo error. It would even the game up at two each through two but that would be all Ballinger would get while Levelland got a lot more.

Four would cross in the third behind a Dylan Wolfe double followed by four walks and a RBI ground out from John Flores.

Levelland scored six more in the fourth as Dylan tripled to start the inning and RBI hits would follow from Reigan Vestal, RJ Ochoa and Zaiden LeCroy. The crooked number put Levelland in front 12-to-two after four and while Levelland did their offense damage, Ochoa allowing just five runners to reach in the final three innings and Levelland cruised in for the 12-to-two win.

The Lobos got 12 runs on just seven hits while leaving seven and committing two errors. Ballinger got just two runs on seven hits with seven left and two errors.

RJ Ochoa worked all five allowing two runs with neither earned on seven hits, one walk and struck out five.

Weston Rollwitz took the loss for Ballinger throwing two and two-thirds while allowing six earned runs on two hits, five walks, a hit batter and two strikeouts. Aiden Busenlehner would work an inning allowing two earned runs on one hit, two walks while Kyle Bullard closed the contest with two-thirds of a frame allowing four runs with three earned on four hits, a walk and a hit batter.

Levelland moved to two-and-one with the win.

Levelland 6, Hereford 4
The Lobos got another solid start in the night cap Friday as John Flores tossed a four inning win attached to Tyler Pemberton save for a six-to-four win over the Hereford Whitefaces.

Hereford got on the board in the second on five singles and a Lobo error to take a three-to-nothing lead to the bottom of the second.

It didn’t take Levelland long to respond as Levelland got Bordayo aboard on an error followed by a single from Tyler Marrow, a sac fly RBI from RJ Ochoa and a RBI single from Blake Klose. Levelland got two across in the second to cut the lead to Hereford 3, Levelland 2 after two.

Levelland took the lead in the fourth as Dylan Wolfe doubled to start the inning and Reigan Vestal would follow with a single. After a Dylan Bordayo walk, Wolfe would score on a ground ball from RJ Ochoa followed by Vestal scoring on a John Flores ground ball and Levelland took a five-to-three lead to the fourth.

Hereford would get one back on a walk and an error in the fourth but Levelland answered with a run of their own in the fourth with a couple of walks and a Hereford error.

That would be enough as Tyler Pemberton came on to close Hereford out in the fifth and Levelland took the six-to-four win moving to two-and-oh on the day and three-and-one for the weekend.

Levelland got six runs on five hits with two errors and left seven. Hereford got four runs on eight hits with two errors and left ten.

John Flores worked around a few messes but allowed just four runs with three earned across four innings in the win. He would allow five hits, two walks and five strikeouts. Tyler Pemberton worked an inning of scoreless relief in the save. He gave up a single and two walks but didn’t allow a run while striking out one.

Josiah Pena took the start but didn’t figure into the decision as he allowed two runs with none earned in two innings worked. That came on two hits, two walks and two strikeouts. Jake Martin took the loss in two innings worked allowing four runs with three earned on three hits, and four walks.

The win moves the Lobos to three-and-one on the year as Levelland remains home all week this week.

Levelland hosts Idalou on Tuesday with the first pitch for 7:00pm. Levelland hosts the 2021 Line Drive Classic on Thursday and Friday with Levelland host Borger at 12:30pm on Thursday followed by Fort Stockton at 5:30pm. Friday Levelland takes on Wall at 12:30pm and Slaton at 5:30pm.

Catch the Lobos Tuesday night on KLVT AM1230, http://www.klvtradio.com and on Levelland Sports Nation with Lobo Pregame Show at 6:30pm.

Levelland Loboettes Split Six at Midland

The Levelland Loboettes had their travelin bags over the weekend as the Loboettes split six at the 2021 Midland Softball Tournament.

Levelland opened Thursday with a loss to Presido 11-to-six but bounced back with an 11-to-8 win over Hereford.

Levelland would drop their first contest on Friday eight-to-two to Idalou but bounced back for a 19-to-two win over the Shallowater Fillies.

Saturday, Levelland opened with a 15-to-nothing win over Crane but dropped the last game of the weekend to Pecos six-to-two.

Senior outfielder Amber Kelly set the pace from the plate hitting .529 in the six game span with three singles, two doubles, two triples and two homeruns. She would drive in drive in seven and scored 11 runs. Jaclyn Puente hit .450 and scored nine runs in six games while Natalie Coronado started five games from the mound going three-and-two with a 3.29 era while striking out 11.

Levelland moves to four-and-five on the season as they travel to Idalou on Tuesday before heading to the Seminole Tournament Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

KLVT Area Boys Basketball Scorecard (Into Region Semi-Finals)

6A
BI-DISTRICT: Frenship 73, El Paso Franklin 36
AREA: Frenship 62, VR Eaton 53
REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS: El Paso Americas 48, Frenship 41
—Frenship Out—

5A
BI-DISTRICT: Randall 54, Lubbock Cooper 53
—Lubbock Cooper Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Plainview 65, Lubbock Monterey 57
—Lubbock Monterey Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Plainview 65, Lubbock Monterey 57
AREA: El Paso Chapin 79, Plainview 67
—Plainview Out—

4A
BI-DISTRICT: Lubbock Estacado 89, Dumas 48
AREA: Lubbock Estacado 61, Midland Greenwood 46
REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS: Lubbock Estacado 50, Canyon High 46
REGIONAL SEMI-FINALS: Lubbock Estacado vs. Argyle — Tuesday March 2nd, 6:00pm, Vernon High School

BI-DISTRICT: Hereford 63, Levelland 48
—Levelland Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Snyder 40, Perryton 38
AREA: Seminole 75, Snyder 42
—Snyder Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Canyon 58, Sweetwater 38
—Sweetwater Out—

3A
BI-DISTRICT: Shallowater 96, Dalhart 40
AREA: Shallowater 103, Lamesa 48
REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS: Shallowater 51, Dimmitt 28
REGIONAL SEMI-FINALS: Shallowater vs. Peaster — Tuesday March 2nd, 6:00pm, Jim Ned High School

BI-DISTRICT: Brownfield 86, Kermit 49
AREA: Abernathy 71, Brownfield 62
—Brownfield Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Littlefield 53, Alpine 52
AREA: Childress 34, Littlefield 29
—Littlefield Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Lamesa 66, Presidio 65
AREA: Shallowater 103, Lamesa 48
—Lamesa Out—

2A
BI-DISTRICT: Sundown 43, Tahoka 37
AREA: Eldorado 47, Sundown 29
—Sundown Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Ralls 57, Olton 54
—Olton Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Seagraves 58, Smyer 55 (OT)
—Smyer Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Seagraves 58, Smyer 55 (OT)
AREA: Winters 43, Seagraves 36
—Seagraves Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Plains 75, Post 70
AREA: Wink 85, Plains 76
—Plains Out—

BI-DISTRICT: New Home 81, Morton 31
—Morton Out—

1A
BI-DISTRICT: Whitharral (BYE)
AREA: Spur 55, Whitharral 48
—Whitharral Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Springlake-Earth (BYE)
AREA: Springlake-Earth 71, Groom 43
REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS: Texline 84, Springlake-Earth 51
—Springlake-Earth Out—-

BI-DISTRICT: Texline 91, Amherst 54
—Amherst Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Sands 61, Meadow 43
—Meadow Out—

KLVT Area Girls Basketball Playoff Scoreboard (To Regional Semi-Finals)

6A
BI-DISTRICT: Frenship 51, El Paso Eastwood 47
AREA: Timber Creek 54, Frenship 48
—Frenship Out—

5A
BI-DISTRICT: Lubbock Cooper 62, Amarillo Palo Duro 46
AREA: Lubbock Cooper 43, El Paso Andress 29
REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS: Lubbock Cooper 80, Canutillo 24
REGIONAL SEMIS: Lubbock Cooper 59, Mansfield Legacy 54
REGIONAL FINALS: Lubbock Cooper vs. Plainview — — Tuesday March 2nd, 6:00pm, Littlefield High School

BI-DISTRICT: Amarillo 63, Lubbock Monterey 34
—Lubbock Monterey Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Plainview 73, Lubbock Coronado 46
AREA: Plainview 73, El Paso Hanks 47
REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS: Plainview 69, Tascosa 63
REGIONAL SEMIS: Plainview 70, Wichita Falls Rider56
REGIONAL FINALS: Plainview vs. Lubbock Cooper — Tuesday March 2nd, 6:00pm, Littlefield High School

BI-DISTRICT: Plainview 73, Lubbock Coronado 46
—Lubbock Coronado Out—

4A
BI-DISTRICT: Levelland 55, Dumas 46
AREA: Levelland 43, Midland Greenwood 39
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Canyon 49, Levelland 24
—Levelland Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Perryton 41, Lubbock Estacado 34
—Lubbock Estacado Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Hereford 65, Snyder 28
—Snyder Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Canyon 84, Big Spring 16
—Big Spring Out—

3A
BI-DISTRICT: Shallowater 59, Dalhart 46
AREA: Shallowater 68, Littlefield 31
REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS: Shallowater 55, Canadian 47
REGIONAL SEMIS: Shallowater 55, Jim Ned 34
REGIONAL FINALS: Shallowater vs. Brownfield — Tuesday March 2nd, 5:30pm, Frenship High School

BI-DISTRICT: Brownfield 82, Presidio 19
AREA: Brownfield 53, Idalou 51
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Brownfield 57, Childress 55
REGIONAL SEMIS: Brownfield 67, Peaster 58
REGIONAL FINALS: Brownfield vs. Shallowater — Tuesday March 2nd, 5:30pm, Frenship High School

BI-DISTRTICT: Littlefield 88, Kermit 41
AREA: Shallowater 68, Littlefield 31
—Littlefield Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Muleshoe 68, Tornillo 40
AREA: Canadian 80, Muleshoe 40
—Muleshoe Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Lamesa 56, Alpine 46
AREA: Childress 85, Lamesa 34
—Lamesa Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Idalou 54, Spearman 47
AREA: Brownfield 53, Idalou 51
—Idalou Out—

2A
BI-DISTRICT: Sundown 48, Smyer 20
AREA: Sundown 52, Forsan 43
REGIONAL QUARTERS: New Home 61, Sundown 42
—Sundown Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Sudan 96, Post 48
AREA: Sudan 71, Ozona 37
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Sudan 64, Ropes 60
REGIONAL SEMIS: Wellington 51, Sudan 23
—Sudan Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Ropes 57, Plains 30
AREA: Ropes 70, Christoval 41
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Sudan 64, Ropes 60
—Ropes Out—

BI-DISTRICT: New Home 78, Seagraves 27
—Seagraves Out—-

BI-DISTRICT: Ropes 57, Plains 30
—Plains Out—

1A
BI-DISTRICT: Grady 44, Whitharral 33
—Whitharral Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Whiteface (Bye)
AREA: Whiteface 44, Jayton 29
REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS: Whiteface 40, Borden County 36
REGIONAL SEMI-FINALS: Nazareth 52, Whiteface 31
—Whiteface Out—

BI-DISTRICT — Borden County 74, Meadow 44
—Meadow Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Happy 61, Anton 13
—Anton Out—

Loboettes Fill 4A Region One District Three All District List

The Levelland Loboettes had an amazing 2020-21 as they went 25-and-one overall, spent most the season ranked in the top ten in 4A, swept their district and won Bi-District and Area championships. With all that, Levelland has filled the 4A Region One District Three All District list.

Junior guard Emma Kent was named as the district’s Most Valuable Player while junior guard Myka Graff grabbed the Defensive Player of the Year.

Seniors Allie Latham and Michaela Watkins along with Sophomore Laci White were all named to the First Team All-District while Mahalie Stafford was named to the Second Team and Mallary Blocker, Colbi Barnett, and Raegan LaBadie were all named Honorable Mention.

Michaela Watkins, Mahalie Stafford, Allie Latham, Emma Kent, Myka Graf, Colbi Barnett and Laci White were all named as Academic All District team members.