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Loboette Volleyball Polling Well in the South Plains, Royal Named to Pre-Season Super Team


Levelland Loboette Volleyball, as well as other surrounding schools, open the season this week, and the Loboettes find themselves ranked number three by the Lone Star Varsity Top Ten preseason poll and Levelland Senior Paige Royal is a member of the Super Team.

The Levelland Loboettes are ranked number three in the recently released poll, polling below number one Trinity Christian, a Lubbock TAPPS school and the Karli Morrison led Lubbock Cooper Lady Pirates as they poll at number two.

The Levelland Loboettes return lots of talent for 2017 and with veteran coach Shelly Kay at the helm, the Loboettes will look for a district title and an improvement on their Regional Quarterfinal appearance from 2016.

Shallowater is ranked fourth while Lobo district opponents Denver City polls number six and Seminole polls at number seven. The Littlefield Lady Cats poll at number nine.

While the Loboettes return a ton of talent, Paige Royal certainly should be a focal point for a solid season.

Royal, the daughter of Barry and Jana Royal of Levelland, has been to the Lone Star Varsity Volleyball Preseason Super Team.

As a first teamer in the district voting from 2016 Royal tallied over 400 kills, over 300 digs and 22 blocks in 2016.

Other first team members of the Super Team include Peyton Himango and Brandi Marshall from Trinity Christian, Addi Peters from Lubbock Cooper, Lily McKay from All Saints, and Holly Hemmeline from Denver City.

The Loboettes scrimmage on Monday at home against Plainview.  Varsity is set to start at 12:30pm with the Junior Varsity One scrimmaging in the Auxiliary gym at 12:30pm and Junior Varsity Two at 12:30 at the Levelland Middle School.

Find out more about the Super Team and the Top Ten Preseason Poll at

(Thanks for the photo goes to Brent Rose, The World According to My Lens)

Six Lobos Added To All-State Baseball Team

LoboLoyaltyWhile football and volleyball get rolling for 2017, Levelland Lobo Baseball is still cranking out headlines well after their record breaking 2017 campaign as six Levelland Lobos made the 4A Texas Sports Writers Association All-State Baseball team.

Outfielders Tameron Duran and Nick Gerber both found their way to the first team.

Gerber hit .484 on the year while racking up 50 RBI on the year. Duran hit .465 and lead the Lobos with 53 runs scored.

Two Lobos made the second team as well including first baseman Jacob Ochoa and outfielder Nolberto Pena.

Pitcher Jorge Mendiaz and shortstop Tyler Haywood were both named as Honorable Mentions.

Congratulations to these Lobos and Coach Brent Paris.

Levelland Athletic Booster Club Reminds you its Membership Renewal Time

LoboLoyaltyThe Levelland Athletic Booster Club met in regular session on Sunday night and is ready to begin renewals of memberships for 2017 and 18.

Old memberships officially run out on August 31st from the previous year and the renewal forms are availble right now from booster club officers Roxann Gonzales, Jana Royal, Kelly Read or Stephanie Latham.

The Levelland Athletic Booster Club is also selling new flags and car decals. Flags are $25 each or 5 or more $20 each, Car Decals are $10.

Th club noted they received 38 Scholarship forms for the 2017 senior class. Voted to give each one $125.

The club is also seeking commissioners for two sports. Those include Boys Track and Field and Student Trainers.

The next meeting of the Levelland Athetic Booster Club is set for Sunday August 6th starting at 8:00pm at the Levelland High School Commons Area. They will be meeting every Sunday for the first month of fall and spring seasons and twice a month through the middle of the year.

SPC Athletics to Host Speed Camp

spcgenericSouth Plains College Athletic Department in conjunction with new strength coach Mason Mathews will be hosting the South Plains College Speed Camp August 8th through the 10th at the South Plains College Texan Dome.

The camp will feature workouts and drills designed to increase your athletes speed, power, agility, balance and strength.

It is open to ages seven through 17 and the cost of the camp is $65.

Ages seven through 12 will camp from 8:00am to 9:45am with ages 13 through 17 in camp from 10:00am to 11:45am.

For more information, contact South Plains College Strength Coach Mason Mathews by emailing

Matthews, head Strength Coach at South Plains College, is a certified strength and conditioning specialist and a United States Weightlifting Athletic Performance Coach.

Loboette Volleyball Opens Tryouts on Tuesday, Parents Meeting Tuesday Night

The Levelland Loboettes are ready to roll out for 2017 volleyball and that means tryouts, two-a-days, and a parents meeting is all set for Tuesday.


Work outs/try outs will begin on Tuesday morning and run 8:30am to 11:30am and again on Tuesday evening from 5:00pm to 7:00pm.


A mandatory parents meeting will follow at 7:05pm.


Work outs and the parents meeting will be held at Gano Tubb Gymnasium at Levelland High School.


The Loboettes open scrimmages on Friday August 4th at Lubbock Cooper with the Lady Pirates and the Canyon High Lady Eagles. They scrimmage at Littlefield on Saturday August 5th and at home on Monday August 7th against Plainview.


The regular season opens at the Monahans Tournament Friday August 11th.


Catch Levelland Loboette volleyball live on KLVT AM1230 and beginning on Tuesday August 15th.

Levelland Babe Ruth Fast Pitch Softball Launching Fall Ball

softballgenericThe Levelland Babe Ruth Fast Pitch softball league is preparing for another season as fall league softball will open in August and sign ups are going on right now.

The league will allow individual players or full teams to sign up with the cost $35 per player and teams and players from Levelland and all surrounding communities are invited to come and sign up.

Signs ups are going on now through August 4th at PJ’s West Texas Teez at 714 Houston Street in downtown Levelland.

The season will run from August 15th through September 30th with games being played at the Oxy Sports Complex in Levelland.

If you have any questions, contact league president Paula Brown at 928-8235 or go by PJ’s West Texas Teez in downtown Levelland.

Lobo and Loboette Golf Scramble Set for August 7th

LoboLoyaltyThe Levelland High School and Middle School golf teams will be hosting the 4th annual LHS four man golf scramble tournament coming up on Monday August 7th at the Levelland County Club.

It is an afternoon flight only with lunch served at 11:30am and the shotgun start set for 1:00pm.

Cost is $400 for a team of four or $100 for an individual golfer.  Mulligans are also available for $40 per team or $10 per player.

Half of each entry fee will go to benefit the Levelland High School and Levelland Middle School golf teams while the half will go toward prizes for the tournament.  Those prizes will be awarded in the form of Levelland Pro Shop gift certificates.

Hole sponsorships are also available for $100 per hole.

For more information contact Coach Delight Davis at 831-9300 or email  Contact Michelle Davis at 777-6679 or by email at  You can also sign up at the Levelland Country Club Pro Shop or contact the shop at 894-3288.

The Levelland ISD golf programs would like to thank all businesses and individuals who help support the program and provide LISD students the opportunity to experience the great game of golf.