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KLVT Area Girls Playoff Basketball (In Regional Quarterfinals)

klvt banner new 2018CLASS 6A
BI-DISTRICT: Frenship 63, El Paso Montwood 32
AREA: Richland 53, Frenship 51
—Frenship Out—

CLASS 5A
BI-DISTRICT: Lubbock-Cooper 63, Abilene Cooper 39
AREA: Lubbock Cooper 87, El Paso Chapin 43
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Lubbock-Cooper vs. Plainview, Tuesday February 19th, 6:30pm, Abernathy

BI-DISTRICT: Plainview 48, Abilene Wylie 42
AREA: Plainview 48, El Paso Andress 23
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Plainview vs. Lubbock-Cooper, Tuesday February 19th, 6:30pm, Abernathy

CLASS 4A
BI-DISTRICT: Lubbock Estacado 51, Pampa 50
AREA: Lubbock Estacado 53, Mountain View 46
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Canyon High 50, Lubbock Estacado 33
—Lubbock Estacado Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Levelland 49, Dumas 24
AREA: Levelland 50, Seminole 35
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Levelland vs. Hereford – Tuesday February 19th, 8:30pm, First United Bank Center, Canyon LISTEN LIVE

BI-DISTRICT: Hereford 52, Perryton 25
AREA: Hereford 60, San Elizario 46a
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Hereford vs. Levelland – Tuesday February 19th, 8:30pm, First United Bank Center, Canyon  LISTEN LIVE

BI-DISTRICT: Canyon 70, Dalhart 30
AREA: Canyon High 73, Andrews 20
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Canyon High 50, Lubbock Estacado 33
REGIONAL SEMIS: Canyon vs. (Argyle/Stephenville) – Friday February 22nd, Rip Griffin Center, Lubbock Christian University, Lubbock

CLASS 3A
BI-DISTRICT: Canadian 44, Denver City 42 (OT)
—Denver City Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Shallowater 50, Spearman 32
AREA: Shallowater 55, Tornillo 29
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Shallowater vs. Wall – Tuesday February 19th, 6:30pm, Lamesa High School

BI-DISTRICT: Idalou 63, Muleshoe 29
AREA: Idalou 66, Sonora 27
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Idalou 39, Bushland 34
REGIONAL SEMIS: Idalou vs. (Cisco/Jim Ned) – Friday February 22nd, 7:30pm, Hutcherson Gymnasium, Wayland Baptist University, Plainview

BI-DISTRICT: Bushland 44, Abernathy 32
—Abernathy Out—-

CLASS 2A
BI-DISTRICT: Sundown 50, Iraan 29
AREA: Sundown vs. Albany – Sundown 44, Albany 31
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Sundown vs. Forsan – Tuesday February 19th, 7:30pm, Rip Griffin Center, Lubbock Christian University, Lubbock  LISTEN LIVE

BI-DISTRICT: Seagraves 71, Van Horn 32
AREA: Seagraves 45, Haskell 38
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Seagraves vs. Christoval – Tuesday February 19th, 6:30pm, Colorado High School, Colorado City

BI-DISTRICT: Smyer 34, McCamey 30
AREA: Christoval 35, Smyer 19
—Smyer Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Lockney 49, Sudan 46
—Sudan Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Plains 44, Wink 33
AREA: Forsan 45, Plains 34
—Plains Out—

CLASS 1A
BI-DISTRICT: Morton 56, Crosbyton 33
AREA: Morton 42, Garden City 31
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Morton vs. New Home – Tuesday February 19th, 8:00pm, Levelland High School  LISTEN LIVE

BI-DISTRICT: Ropes (BYE)
AREA: Ropes 85, Lorenzo 27
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Ropes vs Sands – Tuesday February 19th, 6:00pm, Rip Griffin Center, Lubbock Christian University, Lubbock

BI-DISTRICT: Lorenzo 50, Springlake-Earth 38
—-Springlake-Earth Out—–

BI-DISTRICT: Whiteface (BYE)
AREA: Sands 46, Whiteface 34
—Whiteface Out—

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Hunter’s Double-Double Leads Top-Ranked Lady Texans past Western Texas 75-52 Monday

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SPC Sophomore Kiki Hunter

LEVELLAND — Keke Hunter led all scorers with 22 points and 16 rebounds as the top-ranked South Plains College women’s basketball team dismantled Western Texas 75-52 Monday at the Texan Dome.

With the win, South Plains improves to 26-2 on the season and 11-1 in the Western Junior College Athletic Conference. The Lady Texans will be off on Thursday before returning home next Monday to take on Clarendon at 5:45 p.m. at the Dome.

“I thought that we were pretty flat the first half, but a lot of credit goes to Western Texas who came out and played extremely hard,” South Plains head coach Cayla Petree said. “They jumped out on us and we had some early turnovers which hurt us. We came out in the second half with a lot more energy, and like I’ve said all year we are definitely a momentum team, and how hard we play determines how well we play. As simple as that sounds, it’s very true for this team.”

Hunter finished 7 of 10 from the field as the Lady Texans shot a 48.2 percent clip against the Lady Westerners. Sophomore Gabbie Green recorded 17 points, 10 assists, and seven rebounds for the Lady Texans while Sarah Shematsi poured in 13 points and grabbed five boards.

“Losing our last game helped us grow and figure out the things we didn’t do right,” Hunter said. “We need to work harder every day in practice, and we need to continue to focus on the things we are missing and get ready for the next two games we have left before the post-season.”

South Plains dominated the glass, outrebounding Western Texas 37-16 inside. The Lady Texans forced 26 turnovers in the contest resulting in 25 points on the offensive end. Looking to create opportunities in the interior, South Plains poured in 42 points inside the paint and received 16 points from their bench against the Lady Westerners.

“This definitely wasn’t our best game that we’ve played, and we left a bunch of things out there on the court,” Green said. “We’re glad we got the win, but we have a lot to improve on and have to work on the little things to make big things happen. We have so much to learn, and we believe that the game against New Mexico was our last loss of the season, and we’re going to keep trying to get better and work as hard as we possibly can to finish this season the right way.”

Western Texas shot 32 percent from the floor and just 5 of 21 from the 3-point line. Ashlan Smith led the Lady Westerners with 10 points and three rebounds, while Morgan Dial chipped in nine and Marta Casas Gimenez and Jaelyn Goodloe each finished with seven points.

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

Prim Scores 26 as No. 7 Texans Rout Western Texas 98-68 Monday

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South Plains College Sophomore Gaige Prim

LEVELLAND — Gaige Prim netted 26 points and eight boards as No. 7 South Plains improved to 11-3 in conference play with a 98-68 rout of Western Texas College Monday at the Texan Dome.

With the win, South Plains improves to 22-4 on the year and 8-1 at home this season. The Texans will be off on Thursday before returning home for a conference matchup with Clarendon on Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the Dome.

“I thought the first 20 minutes we played really well,” South Plains head coach Steve Green said. “I think it was enough to win the game tonight. We controlled the glass, passed the ball and found good shots, and I thought the first half for us, we should take that film and stick it in a time capsule. We visited in the dressing room before the game that the teams that win in March have to get on a role, and in the first half I thought we did that and looked good.”

The Texans shot 66.7 percent from the floor in the contest including a 75 percent clip in the front half as four players scored in double figures. Prim finished 8 of 9 from the field in the first 20 minutes, bucketing 18 points before the break.

“We were moving the ball with three and four passes and trying to work the ball to both sides of the court and get easy buckets,” Prim said. “I guess there was somewhat of a physical mismatch and I just tried to do what I do and dominate as much as I could.”

Sophomore Chris Orlina poured in 17 points and 10 rebounds, dropping in 7 of 9 attempts from the floor and dished out four assists. Charles Jennings chipped in 15 points off the bench for the Texans, knocking down 4 of 7 shots from the floor and was a perfect 6-for-6 from the free throw line.

“I think we came out with a hot start and pushed the pace well tonight,” Orlina said. “If we start like that and play that way every night we have a chance to win every game. Coach Green puts a big emphasis on coming out ready to, and we were able to do that and perform tonight. We’re rolling and trying to get a team effort, and that’s our main focus right now.”

South Plains’ Trey Wade tallied 13 points and five rebounds on 6 of 9 shooting from the floor while Jonah Antonio netted nine points and five assists. The Texans forced 13 turnovers resulting in 26 points on the offensive end and had their win inside, recording 58 points inside the paint and received 44 points off the bench.

Western Texas (12-12, 4-9) shot 45.6 percent from the field and were 5 of 16 from the 3-point line. Miles McDougal led the Westerners with 17 points and three boards while Jevon Brown dropped in 15 points and Corey Thelisme netted eight points and three assists.

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

WJCAC Basketball Scoreboard and Scorecard (Tuesday February 19th, 2019)

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Men’s WJCAC Scoreboard
NMMI 96, Frank Phillips 89
Clarendon 81, New Mexico JC 70
South Plains 98, Western Texas 68
Odessa 58, Howard 55

Men’s Standings
(1) Odessa 11-2 22-5
(2) South Plains 11-3  22-4
(3) Clarendon  9-4  18-9
(4) New Mexico JC 8-5  19-8
(5) Howard  8-6  16-8
(6t) Western Texas 4-9  12-12
(6t) Midland 4-9  9-17
(8) NMMI 3-11  8-19
(9) Frank Phillips 2-11  12-15

Schedule Thursday February 21st

Midland @ Western Texas
Odessa @ Clarendon
Frank Phillips @ New Mexico JC
NMMI @ Howard
Women’s WJCAC Scoreboard
South Plains 75, Western Texas 52
Odessa 58, Howard 44
New Mexico JC 76, Clarendon 55

Women’s Standings

(1) South Plains 11-1  26-2
(2) New Mexico JC 9-2  21-4
(3) Midland 8-3  20-5
(4) Odessa 7-3  18-6
(5) Howard 6-7  13-15
(6) Western Texas 2-9  6-17
(9t) Clarendon 1-10  8-19
(9t) Frank Phillips 1-10  8-15

Schedule Thursday February 21st
Midland @ Western Texas
Odessa @ Clarendon
Frank Phillips @ New Mexico JC

KLVT Area Basketball Scoreboard (02/18/19)

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Canyon 50, Lubbok Estacado 33
Idalou 39, Bushland 34

BOYS BI-DISTRICTS
Wichita Falls Rider 79, Lubbock Coronado 62
Lubbock Estacado 76, Dumas 43
Seminole 81, Mountain View 36
Van Horn 47, Seagraves 40
Sundown 77, McCamey 55
Whitharral 53, Lorenzo 43
Texline 75, Anton 41

KLVT Area Girls Playoff Basketball (To Regional Quarterfinals)

klvt banner new 2018CLASS 6A
BI-DISTRICT: Frenship 63, El Paso Montwood 32
AREA: Richland 53, Frenship 51
—Frenship Out—

CLASS 5A
BI-DISTRICT: Lubbock-Cooper 63, Abilene Cooper 39
AREA: Lubbock Cooper 87, El Paso Chapin 43
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Lubbock-Cooper vs. Plainview, Tuesday February 19th, 6:30pm, Abernathy

BI-DISTRICT: Plainview 48, Abilene Wylie 42
AREA: Plainview 48, El Paso Andress 23
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Plainview vs. Lubbock-Cooper, Tuesday February 19th, 6:30pm, Abernathy

CLASS 4A
BI-DISTRICT: Lubbock Estacado 51, Pampa 50
AREA: Lubbock Estacado 53, Mountain View 46
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Lubbock Estacado vs. Canyon – Monday February 18th, 6:30pm, Rip Griffin Center, Lubbock Christian University, Lubbock

BI-DISTRICT: Levelland 49, Dumas 24
AREA: Levelland 50, Seminole 35
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Levelland vs. Hereford – Tuesday February 19th, 8:30pm, First United Bank Center, Canyon LISTEN LIVE 

BI-DISTRICT: Hereford 52, Perryton 25
AREA: Hereford 60, San Elizario 46a
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Hereford vs. Levelland – Tuesday February 19th, 8:30pm, First United Bank Center, Canyon  LISTEN LIVE 

BI-DISTRICT: Canyon 70, Dalhart 30
AREA: Canyon High 73, Andrews 20
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Canyon High vs. Lubbock Estacado – Monday February 18th, 6:30pm, Rip Griffin Center, Lubbock Christian University, Lubbock

CLASS 3A
BI-DISTRICT: Canadian 44, Denver City 42 (OT)
—Denver City Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Shallowater 50, Spearman 32
AREA: Shallowater 55, Tornillo 29
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Shallowater vs. Wall – Tuesday February 19th, 6:30pm, Lamesa High School

BI-DISTRICT: Idalou 63, Muleshoe 29
AREA: Idalou 66, Sonora 27
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Idalou vs. Bushland – Monday February 18th, 6:30pm, Canyon High School

BI-DISTRICT: Bushland 44, Abernathy 32
—Abernathy Out—-

CLASS 2A
BI-DISTRICT: Sundown 50, Iraan 29
AREA: Sundown vs. Albany – Sundown 44, Albany 31
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Sundown vs. Forsan – Tuesday February 19th, 7:30pm, Rip Griffin Center, Lubbock Christian University, Lubbock  LISTEN LIVE

BI-DISTRICT: Seagraves 71, Van Horn 32
AREA: Seagraves 45, Haskell 38
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Seagraves vs. Christoval – Tuesday February 19th, 6:30pm, Colorado High School, Colorado City

BI-DISTRICT: Smyer 34, McCamey 30
AREA: Christoval 35, Smyer 19
—Smyer Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Lockney 49, Sudan 46
—Sudan Out—

BI-DISTRICT: Plains 44, Wink 33
AREA: Forsan 45, Plains 34
—Plains Out—

CLASS 1A
BI-DISTRICT: Morton 56, Crosbyton 33
AREA: Morton 42, Garden City 31
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Morton vs. New Home – Tuesday February 19th, 8:00pm, Levelland High School  LISTEN LIVE

BI-DISTRICT: Ropes (BYE)
AREA: Ropes 85, Lorenzo 27
REGIONAL QUARTERS: Ropes vs Sands – Tuesday February 19th, 6:00pm, Rip Griffin Center, Lubbock Christian University, Lubbock

BI-DISTRICT: Lorenzo 50, Springlake-Earth 38
—-Springlake-Earth Out—–

BI-DISTRICT: Whiteface (BYE)
AREA: Sands 46, Whiteface 34
—Whiteface Out—

KLVT Area Boys Playoff Basketball (To Bi-District Championship)

klvt banner new 2018CLASS 6A
BI-DISTRICT: Frenship vs. El Paso Americas – Tuesday February 19th, 6:00pm, Pecos High School

CLASS 5A
BI-DISTRICT: Lubbock Coronado vs. Wichita Falls Ryder – Monday February 18th, 6:30pm, Merkel High School

BI-DISTRICT: Lubbock Monterey vs. Abilene Wylie – Tuesday February 19th, 7:00pm, Borden County High School, Gail

CLASS 4A
BI-DISTRICT: Levelland vs. Dalhart – Tuesday February 19th, 7:00pm, First United Bank Center, West Texas A&M, Canyon  LISTEN LIVE

BI-DISTRICT: Lubbock Estacado vs. Dumas – Monday February 18th, 6:00pm, Canyon Randall High School

BI-DISTRICT: Hereford vs. Pampa

BI-DISTRICT: Canyon vs. Perryton – Tuesday February 19th, 6:30pm, West Texas High School, Stinnett

CLASS 3A
BI-DISTRICT: Brownfield vs. Bushland – Tuesday February 19th, 6:00pm, Frenship High School, Wolfforth

BI-DISTRICT: Shallowater vs. Canadian – Tuesday February 19th, 6:30pm, Caprock High School, Amarillo

BI-DISTRICT: Littlefield vs. Spearman – Tuesday February 19th, 6:30pm, Tascosa High School, Amarillo

CLASS 2A
BI-DISTRICT: Sundown vs. McCamey – Monday February 18th, 6:30pm, Seminole High School  LISTEN LIVE

BI-DISTRICT: Sudan vs. New Deal – Tuesday February 19th, 6:30pm, Levelland High School

BI-DISTRICT: Plains vs. Fort Hancock – Tuesday February 19th, 7:30pm, Monahans High School

BI-DISTRICT: Olton vs. Floydada – Tuesday February 19th, 6:00pm, Monterey High School, Lubbock

BI-DISTRICT: Seagraves vs. Van Horn  (TBA)

1A
BI-DISTRICT: Whitharral vs. Lorenzo – Monday February 18th, 6:00pm, Coronado High School, Lubbock

BI-DISTRICT: Anton vs. Texline – Monday February 18th, 6:00pm, Vega High School

BI-DISTRICT: Amherst vs. Petersburg – Tuesday February 19th, 8:00pm, Littlefield High School

BI-DISTRICT: Ropes (BYE)

BI-DISTRICT: Springlake-Earth (BYE)