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Whiteface Football for 2021

South Plains College to be Well Represented at Olympic Games in Tokyo

LEVELLAND — South Plains College will once again be represented on the world stage as 10 former SPC track and field athletes are slated to compete at the Tokyo Olympics, representing five different countries.

The Olympic Games run July 21 through August 8 as more than 11,000 athletes from 204 countries compete in 33 different events, proudly boasting their countries’ respective colors, and a chance to be crowned best in the world. South Plains College is no stranger to the Olympic Games, as SPC saw 10 former athletes compete at the 2016 Games in Rio.

The Opening Ceremony will take place on July 23, live on NBC, beginning at 6:55 a.m. ET.

South Plains College athletes competing in Tokyo:

Natassha McDonald: Canada | Women’s 400 meters, 4×400 relay

Rosemary Chukwuma: Nigeria | Women’s 100 meters

Jessica Ramsey: United States | Women’s Shot Put

Sparkle McKnight: Trinidad and Tobago | Women’s 400-meter hurdles

Sally Kipyego: United States | Women’s Marathon

Natoya Goule: Jamaica | Women’s 800 meters

Ruth Usoro: Nigeria | Women’s long jump, triple jump

Jereem Richards: Trinidad and Tobago | Men’s 200 meters

Fred Kerley: United States | 100 meters

Vernon Norwood: United States | Men’s 4×400

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

Chevy Youth Baseball/Softball Clinic Coming to Littlefield

Chevy Youth Baseball in conjunction with John Roley Auto Center is bringing a youth baseball camp to Littlefield High School on Friday August the 6th.

Baseball and softball players ages 5 through 14 are invited to attend the instructional clinic and it is free to attend.

Special needs participants of all ages are welcome to attend.

Due to COVID-19, spots are limited, and this is an RSVP-only event. All participants must complete an online registration using the instructions below. On-site registration will not be allowed as it has in previous years.

The clinic is open to kids of all skill levels –participation in a league is not required to attend. Qualified coaching staff will separate participants into age groups and rotate them through drills to learn and enhance essential baseball and softball skills.

To register begin by clicking here: CHEVY YOUTH BASEBALL CAMP

Click on the gold “Clinic Registration” box then select “Lubbock Market” in the dropdown menu, then click “Go.”

When asked for a registration code enter “playball” for free entry into the clinic, and then click “Submit”

Complete the registration form and download the waiver. In addition to registering before the event, participants are required to bring a signed waiver form to the registration table on the day of the clinic.

Please check your email (including your spam) for your registration confirmation.

Thanks to Chevy Youth Baseball and John Roley Auto Center for the great opportunity for our surrounding community.

Whiteface Hosting Mini Cheer Camp

Whiteface CISD will be hosting a Mini Cheer Camp August 4th and 5th at the Whiteface old gym.

The camp is open to ages three through incoming sixth graders and the cost of the camp is $30 and does include a camp t-shirt.

The camp will run two days from 1:00pm to 3:00pm each day.

To register send your name, age and shirt size to kscoggins@whitefaceschool.net.

Loboette Softball Camp is Cancelled, No Word of Football or Volleyball Camp

In a press release from the Levelland ISD athletic department last week, Levelland ISD announced the cancellation of Loboette Softball Camp for 2021.

According to posts from Levelland ISD all participants who had preregistered will be refunded as soon as possible.

Normally Levelland Lobo Football camp would have already happened but earlier reports were that the camp would be moved to late July.

Per an update early this morning neither Loboette Volleyball Camp nor Lobo Football Camp will happen this summer.

Wolfe is Headed North After Vernon Fall Out

While Levelland standout Dylen Wolfe was nearly packing his bags to head to Vernon for baseball 2021-22, the wheels sort of fell off the cart, but Wolfe is winging it north to join the Redlands Cougars for the fall.

Two days after Wolfe had inked with Vernon Chap coach Sam Hayden was let go and it obviously cause some questions for the incoming freshman.

According to reports Wolfe had never officially received his letter of intent from Vernon and therefore was still not committed.

It didn’t take long to find a home as Wolfe will be headed Redlands Community College in El Reno, Oklahoma.

Wolfe will suit up for veteran juco baseball coach Kyle Koehler and the Cougars in Region Two Division One NJCAA baseball.

The Cougars went 14-and-39 last year and likely will lean on the bat of Wolfe as the Cougars hit .288 in the 2021 campaign.

Good luck to Dylen and his future in El Reno with the Cougars.

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Smyer Bobcat Football for 2021!

Levelland ISD Golf Teams Schedule 2021 Fund Raiser

The Levelland ISD Golf teams have scheduled their annual fund raiser for Monday August 2nd at the Levelland County Club.

The four-person scramble tournament will be played in two flights starting at 8:00am and 1:00pm and lunch is included for both flights.

Cost is $400 per team with Mulligans for purchase at $10 per player or $40 for your team.

For more information or to register call the Levelland County Club Pro Shop at 894-3288.

All proceeds from the event go to benefit the Levelland ISD Middle School and High School golf teams.

Loboettes Hire Ryan Miller and Levelland ISD Rounds Out Coaching Hunt for 2021

It has been a wild spring and summer for Levelland ISD but with the announcement of Ryan Miller has head coach for Levelland Loboette softball, the Levelland ISD coaching hunt has came to an end.

Miller, a Dimmitt High grad, comes to Levelland after head coaching stints in Muleshoe and most recently at Ralls where he lead the Lady Jack Rabbits to a 19-and-nine finish in 2021 including a 2A Region One Regional Quarterfinal appearance.

It’s a big hire for Levelland as not only does it bring experience to the Loboette Softball program it also rounds out the coaching hunt for 2021 that looked pretty daunting after resignations of Lobo Baseball Coach Brent Paris, Lobo Football Coach and Athletic Director Andy Correll, Loboette Softball Coach Callie Rodriguez and Loboette Volleyball Coach Kayla Overton.

Levelland promoted coach Chris Portwood into the heading coaching position for Lobo Baseball and brought up former Loboette Whitney Gibson to take on Loboette Volleyball. Ryan Miller is the second new hire as Lyle Leong Jr was named head coach for Lobo Football and Athletic Director in early June.

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Littlefield Wildcat Football for 2021!