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Loboettes Take Third at Shallowater, Go Five-and-Two in Tournament Play

Loboettes Shallowater TournamentThe Levelland Loboettes traveled to Shallowater Tournament over the weekend and managed a five-and-two run that was good for third place in the crowded field.

With wins over Amarillo River Road and Idalou in pool play and a loss to Graham, the Loboettes managed to stay in contention for the Gold Bracket on Saturday.

Levelland started the day with a 28-26, and 26-24 win over the Denver City Fillies.  Levelland was out killed in the match 20-to-19 but managed four blocks and five ace serves in the win.  Kazzi Spears and Michaela Watkins paced the Loboettes with six kills each while Annie Dewbre collected three blocks and Watkins collected seven service points with an ace and Jordan Campbell added six points and two aces.

The win bumped the Loboettes in the Gold Bracket quarterfinals where they would meet district foe the Lamesa and hand the Golden Tornadoes a 25-21, 25-23 loss.  Levelland out killed Lamesa 19-to-15 and won the block column three-to-nothing.  Kazzi Spears racked up eight kills while Michaela Watkins added six.  Illiyana Gonzalez, Annie Dewbre, and Kaylee McCarter collected a block each while Watkins served for seven points on two aces.  Jordan Campbell and Kriston Montgomery added six points each in the win.

The Lamesa win moved the Loboettes into the Championship Semi-Finals against the Andrews Lady Mustangs, and after a long weekend of volleyball, the Loboettes finally stumbled in 25-21, 25-23 loss.  Levelland loss the kill column 16-to-13 and the block column six-to-three.  Annie Dewbre led the way with three kills and three blocks while Michaela Watkins and Kaylee McCarter severed for four points and an ace each in the the loss.

While the loss dropped the Loboettes into the Consolation Game, it also gave the opportunity to show off some resilience as they had 12 minutes between the Andrews loss and the start of a contest with Amarillo Highland Park.

Resilient they certainly were as the Loboettes closed out the tournament with a 25-22, 25-15 win over the Lady Hornets to take third in the crowded field.  Levelland out killed Highland Park 19-to-16 and out-blocked the Lady Hornets five-to-nothing.  They would also hang eight aces in just two games.  Nearly everyone found the kill column with Annie Dewbre leading the way on five kills and a block but Kaylee McCarter, Kazzie Spears, Michaela Watkins, and Illyanna Gonzales all collected three kills each and one block each.  Kazzie Spears, Annie Dewbre and Kaylee McCarter would combine for 23 service points and seven aces while Kriston Montgomery added five points on two aces in the win.

Overall, the Levelland Loboettes when five-and-two in the solid Shallowater Tournament field and while taking third place, they run their record to six-and-two overall.

The Loboettes return to the court in the their first home game of 2019 when Lubbock Monterey comes to call Tuesday night.  Freshman and Junior Varsity are both scheduled for 5:00pm starts with the Varsity set for 6:00pm.

Tune in the Loboettes Tuesday night on KLVT AM1230, and on KLVT Facebook Live with the Loboette Pregame Show starting at 5:30pm.

Sundown and Smyer Pickup First Team All -State Honors

Sundown junior third baseman and pitcher Dylan Day and Smyer sophomore standout second baseman Ethan Ramirez have both been named to the Texas Sports Writers Association Class 2A First Team baseball team for 2019.

Dylan Day was named 2A District 4 Most Valuable Player as he helped the Roughnecks to a 18-and-three season and to the 2A Regional Semi-Finals in his Junior season.

Teammate and longtime starting catcher Brody Black garnered second team honors as himself and Day anchored the Sundown lineup in 2019 commonly hitting three and four in the order.

Smyer Bobcat Ethan Ramirez helped the Bobcats punch a playoff ticket out of 2A District 4 and made the 2A Region One Area Championships before bowing out.

Smyer shortstop Kolton Smith was named 2A Honorable Mention.

Levelland Catcher Chloe Dunn was named Honorable Mention in 4A for a stellar junior year.

Loboettes Head for Scrimmages on Saturday and Monday

Double LWith Loboette Volleyball nearly here, the Levelland Loboettes have set scrimmage schedules for Saturday in Plainview and Monday in Shallowater before the regular season opens in Denver City.



The schedule for Plainview:

The schedule for Shallowater on Monday:


2019 Smyer Bobcats Football Schedule

Smyer Bobcats Football


Little Texan Basketball Camp Coming to SPC

LT Basketball Camp

Sports and Band Physicals Offered by Covenant Health Levelland

Covenant Health FacilitiesWith the school year approaching quickly, Covenant Health Levelland is offering Sports and Band Physicals for area students on two different Saturdays in August.

The physicals will be conducted at the Covenant Levelland Weekend Clinic at 1900 College Avenue on August 10th and August 17th with both days open from 9:00am to 1:00pm.

The physicals will be conducted by Greg McKay, PA-C and will be $30 each.

For more information, call 894-4963.


Levelland Loboette Volleyball 2019

Loboette Volleyball Schedule 2019