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KLVT Area Football Scoreboard (Week Seven, October 9th, 2020)

DISTRICT FOOTBALL
Levelland 27, Borger 14
Lubbock Estacado 49, Seminole 42
Shallowater 52, Lamesa 8
Denver City 28, Slaton 14
Brownfield 13, Kermit 12
Bushland 63, Muleshoe 0
Littlefield 22, River Road 9
Lubbock Roosevelt 28, Stanton 18
Abernathy 38, Reagan County 16
Idalou 68, Coahoma 22
Farwell 48, Boys Ranch 15
Post 51, Sundown 6
New Deal 45, Hale Center 0
Floydada 11, Tahoka 8
Olton @ Panhandle (Canceled)
Plains 56, Iraan 24
Wink 37, Seagraves 14
Bovina 25, Sudan 21
Ropes 22, New Home 20
Kress 70, Lorenzo 12
Petersburg 56, Nazareth 32
O’ Donnell 56, Whiteface 8
Wellman-Union 64, Meadow 52
Amherst 66, Lazbuddie 52
Anton 67, Whitharral 22

NON-DISTRICT
Plainview 47, Lubbock High 37
Lubbock-Cooper 20, Frenship 14

KLVT Area Football Scorecard (Week Seven, October 9th, 2020)

ON THE AIR:
Levelland Lobos vs. Borger Bulldogs for DISTRICT FOOTBALL LIVE on KLVT AM1230, www.klvtradio.com and on Levelland Sports Nation on Facebook! Pregame 6:00pm, Kick Off 7:00pm! LISTEN LIVE! WATCH LIVE!

#10 Sundown Roughnecks @ #2 Post Antelopes for DISTRICT FOOTBALL LIVE on www.klvtradio.com and on Sundown Sports Nation on Facebook! Pregame 6:45pm, Kick Off 7:00pm! LISTEN LIVE! WATCH LIVE!

OTHER AREA DISTRIC GAMES
Seminole @ Lubbock Estacado (7:00pm)
Lamesa @ Shallowater (7:00pm)
Brownfield @ Kermit (7:00pm)
Denver City @ Slaton (7:00pm)
Muleshoe @ Bushland (7:00pm)
River Road @ Littlefield (7:00pm)
Boys Ranch @ Farwell (7:00pm)
Olton @ Panhandle (7:00pm)
Sundown @ Post (7:00pm)
Hale Center @ New Deal (7:00pm)
Tahoka @ Floydada (7:00pm)
Plains @ Iraan (7:00pm)
Seagraves @ Wink (7:00pm)
Sudan @ Bovina (7:00pm)
Ropes @ New Home (7:00pm)
Kress @ Lorenzo (7:00pm)
Nazareth @ Petersburg (7:00pm)
Reagan County @ Abernathy (7:30pm)
Coahoma @ Idalou (7:30pm)
Stanton @ Lubbock Roosevelt (7:30pm)
O’Donnell @ Whiteface (7:30pm)
Wellman-Union @ Meadow (7:30pm)
Whitharral @ Anton (7:30pm)
Amherst @ Lazbuddie (7:30pm)

NON-DISTRICT FOOTBALL
Lubbock High @ Plainview (7:00pm)
Frenship @ Lubbock Cooper (7:00pm)

THURSDAY SCOREBOARD (Non-District)
Lubbock Coronado 49, Odessa High 0
Lubbock Monterey 56, Midland High 28
Groom 90, Springlake-Earth 40

KLVT Area Football District Scorecard (10/09/2020)

4A-2 DISTRICT 2
District Opens 10/09/2020

Standings:
(1t) Borger
(1t) Levelland
(1t) Lubbock Estacado
(1t) Perryton
(1t) Seminole

District Schedule (10/09/2020)
Borger @ Levelland
Seminole @ Lubbock Estacado Perryton (Idle)
3A-1 DISTRICT 1
Scoreboard
Slaton 19, Kermit 8 Shallowater 57, Brownfield 16
Denver City 49, Lamesa 14

Standings:
(1t) Denver City (1-0)
(1t) Shallowater (1-0)
(1t) Slaton (1-0)
(6t) Lameasa (0-1)
(6t) Brownfield (0-1)
(6t) Kermit (0-1)

District Schedule (10/09/2020)
Lamesa @ Shallowater
Brownfield @ Kermit
Denver City @ Slaton
3A-1 DISTRICT 2
District Opens 10/09/2020

Standings:
(1t) Amarillo River Road (0-0)
(1t) Bushland (0-0)
(1t) Dalhart (0-0)
(1t) Littlefield (0-0)
(1t) Muleshoe (0-0)

District Schedule (10/09/2020)
Muleshoe @ Bushland
River Road @ Littlefield
Dalhart (Idle)

3A-2 DISTRICT 4
District Opens 10/09/2020

Standings:
(1t) Abernathy (0-0)
(1t) Coahoma (0-0)
(1t) Idalou (0-0)
(1t) Lubbock Roosevelt (0-0)
(1t) Reagan County (0-0)

District Schedule (10/09/2020)
Reagan County @ Abernathy
Coahoma @ Idalou
Stanton @ Lubbock Roosevelt
2A-1 DISTRICT 1
District Opens 10/09/2020

Standings:
(1t) Boys Ranch (0-0)
(1t) Farwell (0-0)
(1t) Olton (0-0)
(1t) Panhandle (0-0)
(1t) West Texas (0-0)

District Schedule (10/09/2020)
Boys Ranch @ Farwell
Olton @ Panhandle
West Texas (Idle)
2A-1 DISTRICT 2
District Opens 10/09/2020

Standings:
(1t) Floydada (0-0)
(1t) Hale Center (0-0)
(1t) New Deal (0-0)
(1t) Post (0-0)
(1t) Sundown (0-0)
(1t) Tahoka (0-0)

District Schedule (10/09/2020)
Sundown @ Post
Hale Center @ New Deal
Tahoka @ Floydada

2A-2 DISTRICT 1
District Opens 10/09/2020

Standings:
(1t) Iraan (0-0)
(1t) McCamey (0-0)
(1t) Plains (0-0)
(1t) Seagraves (0-0)
(1t) Wink (0-0)

District Schedule (10/09/2020)
Plains @ Iraan
Seagraves @ Wink
McCamey (Idle)

2A-2 DISTRICT 2
District Opens 10/09/2020

Standings:
(1t) Bovina (0-0)
(1t) New Home (0-0)
(1t) Ropes (0-0)
(1t) Smyer (0-0)
(1t) Sudan (0-0)

District Schedule (10/09/2020)
Sudan @ Bovina
Ropes @ New Home
Smyer (Idle)
1A-1 DISTRICT 1
District Opens 10/09/2020

Standings:
(1t) Kress (0-0)
(1t) Lorenzo (0-0)
(1t) Nazareth (0-0)
(1t) Petersburg (0-0)
(1t) Springlake-Earth (0-0)

District Schedule (10/09/2020)
Kress @ Lorenzo
Nazareth @ Petersburg
Springlake-Earth (Idle)

1A-1 DISTRICT 4
District Opens 10/09/2020

Standings:
(1t) Broden County (0-0)
(1t) Meadow (0-0)
(1t) O’Donnell (0-0)
(1t) Wellman-Union (0-0)
(1t) Whiteface (0-0)

District Schedule (10/09/2020)
O’Donnell @ Whiteface
Wellman-Union @ Meadow Borden County (Idle)
1A-2 DISTRICT 3
District Opens 10/09/2020

Standings:
(1t) Amherst (0-0)
(1t) Anton (0-0)
(1t) Cotton Center (0-0)
(1t) Lazbuddie (0-0)
(1t) Whitharral (0-0)

District Schedule (10/09/2020)
Whitharral @ Anton
Amherst @ Lazbuddie
Cotton Center (Idle)

Kelly and Stafford Dominate the Net, Levelland Sweeps Estacado Moving to Three-and-Two in District

Amber Kelly and Mahalie Stafford combined for 16 kills and five blocks on Tuesday night as the Levelland powered past Lubbock Estacado 25-14, 25-14, and 25-19 to move to three-and-two in district play.

While Estacado played blow by blow for the first several points, Levelland got a 10 point service run from Kalgarie Oaks to take game one 25-14.

Game two went much the same way.

Oaks again would go on a long service run cranking out eight straight points on two aces while Mahalie Stafford cranked out five points on one ace as the Loboettes rolled in for a 25-14 and took a two-oh lead.

Estacado didn’t go quietly into the night but the Levelland got five in the kill column and took a 25-19 win in the third to sweep the Lady Matadors 25-14, 25-14, and 25-19.

The win moves the Loboettes seven-and-17 on the year and three-and-two in district play.

Levelland out-killed Lubbock Estacado 30-to-nine and out-blocked the Lady Matadors six-to-two. Levelland was solid in service with 16 aces on just six faults while Estacado collected four aces on five faults.

Amber Kelly and Mahalie Stafford were dominating at the net as Amber Kelly collected nine kills and four blocks and Mahalie Stafford added seven kills and one block. Michaela Watkins chipped in six kills while Kaylee McCarter added four kills and one block and Illiyanna Gonzalez added four kills.

Kalgarie Oaks was rock solid in service. She collected 23 points on five aces going 26-of-27 from the line. Kaylee McCarter added 14 points on seven aces going 17-of-19 from the line.

Ashtyn Paige took four kills for Lubbock Estacado while Zykeya Hint eight points on two aces.

Levelland moves to three-and-two in the district while Lubbock Estacado slides to oh-and-five.

The Loboettes return home to take on the district leading Snyder Lady Tigers on Saturday. The Junior Varsity will start at 11:00am with the JV Black in the Auxiliary gym and the JV Red in the main gym.

The Levelland Loboettes go first serve at 12:00pm in Gano Tubb Gymnasium with Loboette Pregame Show at 11:30am on KLVT AM1230, http://www.klvtradio.com and on Levelland Sports Nation via Facebook Live!

DISTRICT SCOREBOARD
Levelland def. Lubbock Estacado 25-14, 25-14, 25-19
Snyder def. San Angelo Lake View 25-21, 25-11, 25-14
Sweetwater def. Big Spring 25-14, 25-13, 16-25, 25-21

DISTRICT STANDINGS
(1) Snyder 5-0
(2t) Levelland 3-2
(2t) Sweetwater 3-2
(4t) Big Spring 2-3
(4t) San Angelo Lake View 2-3
(6) Lubbock Estacado 0-5

DISTRICT SCHEDULE (Saturday, October 10th)
Snyder @ Levelland
San Angelo Lake View @ Sweetwater
Lubbock Estacado @ Big Spring

Sundown Wins Oil Patch Invite, Levelland Goes Second and Third

The Sundown Roughnecks and Roughettes took the golds from their home meet on Saturday while the Levelland Loboettes ran second and the Lobos ran third at the Oil Patch Invite.

While Hailey Davis from Seminole ran the fast time for the ladies at 13:48.87, Sundown’s Gabby Peralta ran third at 13:59.19 and Alexa Rodriguez took sixth at 14:24.00. Francis Ybarra ran eighth, and Natalie Urias took tenth.

Getting four in the top led the Roughettes to 35 total team points taking the gold medal 19 points ahead of second place Levelland at 54 points.

Levelland, running without the services of Heidi Marquez. got a fifth place finish from Addysyn Hill at 14:15.60 and a ninth from LynZee Cox at 14:40.66. Kaydence Escarcega took 12th while McKenna Ruiz added 15th place for the Loboettes.

The Roughnecks took the top spot as well.

While Jackson Martinez from New Home ran the fast time at 18:52.05, Sundown took second with Koy Torres running a 19:07.97 and Brayden Sanders running third 19:08.29. Branson Sanders turned in 10th, Mathias Salgado took 15th and Aidon Olivas took 17th leading the Roughnecks to 44 teams points.

Seminole took second with 52 points while the Levelland Lobos took third at 55 points.

Alexis Mendez ran fifth at 19:26.72 while Matt Bautista took eighth at 19:54.29 and Nick Martinez ran 12th at 20:26.79. Gabriel Nieland took 16th and Jose Ramirez took 18th.

The Year That Keeps on Giving Turns Levelland Basketball Upside Down

The year that keeps on giving has just given more as Levelland Basketball schedules have now been turned upside down, or sideways or something for 2020-21.

Levelland, in a new district format after realignment in February of 2020, has just been informed of single site basketball plans by the committee.

In the 4A Region One District Three joining Levelland is Lubbock Estacado, Big Spring, Sweetwater, Snyder and San Angelo Lake View and according to a report from Levelland Superintendent Jeff Northern, the district has done something rather odd with the scheduling of district games.

In the name of 50% capacities for gyms in 2020, the district which starts district play in 2021, will be split sites for all district games. For example, if the Levelland Loboettes were playing Snyder on a Tuesday night in Levelland, the Levelland Lobos would play the same opponent on the road on the same night. Ipso facto never in 2021 would the Levelland Lobos and the Loboettes play in the same place on the same night for any district game.

The idea is apparently that only girls fans will attend girls games and only boys fans will attend boys games, therefore, schools would will not have to face the possibility of hitting 50% capacity during the girls game and risk sending home fans who were planning on attending the boys game only.

Football, of course while the facilities are bigger, have managed crowd sizes by pre-purchase tickets and that system seems to have gone fairly well by all accounts.

There has been no word on whether alternate games sites were considered such as the South Plains College Texan Dome, the Coliseum in Snyder the Dorothy Garrett Coliseum in Big Spring, the Junell Center Stephens Arena at San Angelo or either college facility in Lubbock.

According to the report, the schedules will stand as originally drafted expect all boys games will be played opposite of what was originally scheduled.

Schedules for district teams should be coming out soon and if you have any questions, fans and parents are encouraged to contact their local school district officials.

Levelland vs Borger Tickets On Sale Now

The Levelland Lobos return home on Friday night to host the Borger Bulldogs for a district opener and tickets are on sale now.

Seniors attached to football, band, cheerleading and sports medicine may purchase up to six tickets each on Monday between 9:00am and 5:00pm. Underclassmen attached to the same may purchase up to four per student Monday afternoon from 1:00pm to 5:00pm. Those can be purchased from the Athletic Office with Mrs. Rendon.

Levelland High School student not attached to football, cheer, band or sports medicine may purchase their tickets on Tuesday at the high school office. Those are available from 8:00am to 3:00pm and are limited to one per student.

Tickets to the general public go on sale on Wednesday in Mrs. Rendon’s office at the High School Field House. Tickets are limited to four per buyer with sales Wednesday from 9:00am to Noon and 1:00pm to 5:00pm. They will also be on sale Thursday from 9:00am to Noon.

Please remember that all children 8th grade and younger must be accompanied by an adult. All individuals must posses a ticket in order to enter the stadium and no tickets will be available at the gate. All tickets will be general admission as there is no reserved seating. You must wear your mask upon entering the stadium.

Loboettes Take Down the Lady Steers in Four Creating a Four Way District Tie

When districts have balanced teams, ties happen and the Levelland Loboettes four game win over the Big Spring Lady Steers on Saturday has created a four-way tie for second with six to play. Levelland beat Big Spring 27-25, 25-15, 19-25, 25-14 to join three other teams and two-and-two in district play.

Levelland and Big Spring went blow for blow in game one and while Big Spring served game point twice, Levelland came back for a 27-to-25 win and took and one-oh lead.

The momentum felt good for the Loboettes as four point runs from Chloe Costantino and Illyanna Gonzalez set the Loboettes up nine points in the second and they cruised in for a 25-to-15 win and a two-oh lead.

Big Spring was taking things lightly.

Kortney Moore put up a five point run in the third while Ryen Terrazas hammered home six kills and Big Spring took the third 25-to-19 and moving the match to two-and-one Levelland.

That as they say was that.

Levelland caught back in the rhythm in the fourth as six different Loboettes collected fourth game kills leading Levelland to a 25-14 win in the fourth and taking the match 27-25, 25-15, 19-25, 25-14.

The win moves the Loboettes to six-and-17 overall and two-and-two in district play with six to go.

Levelland out killed Big Spring 38-to-27 while out blocking seven-to-four and out aced Big Spring 14-to-four. Levelland hung nine faults while the Lady Steers faulted eight times.

Levelland got many involved as Michaela Watkins set the pace with ten kills while Regan LaBadie took seven and Amber Kelly and Kaylee McCarter added six kills each. Mahalie Stafford took four kills and five blocks and Illiyanna Gonzalez took three kills in the win.

Michaela Watkins also paced the service with 11 points on four aces while going 16-of-17 from the service line. Mahalie Stafford added nine points on four aces and Kaylee McCarter and Chloe Costantino took eight points each.

Ryen Terrazas was a handle full for the Lady Steers collecting 11 kills and three blocks. Kalyn Whitehead added ten kills and Kortney Moore took nine service points in the loss.

Levelland moves to two-and-two in district play and so nearly everybody else. While Snyder leads the district and four-and-oh, Big Spring, Levelland, Sweetwater and San Angelo Lake View are all two-and-two. Lubbock Estacado comes to the turn at oh-and-four.

Levelland heads to Lubbock Estacado on Tuesday to take on the Lady Matadors with Junior Varsity games starting at 5:00pm and Varsity at 6:00pm.

Loboette Pregame Show starts at 5:30pm on KLVT AM1230, http://www.klvtradio.com and on Levelland Sports Nation via Facebook.

DISTRICT SCOREBOARD
Levelland def. Lubbock Estacado 25-14, 25-14, 25-19
Snyder def. San Angelo Lake View 25-21, 25-11, 25-14
Sweetwater def. Big Spring 25-14, 25-13, 16-25, 25-21

DISTRICT STANDINGS
(1) Snyder 5-0
(2t) Levelland 3-2
(2t) Sweetwater 3-2
(4t) Big Spring 2-3
(4t) San Angelo Lake View 2-3
(6) Lubbock Estacado 0-5

DISTRICT SCHEDULE (Saturday, October 10th)
Snyder @ Levelland
San Angelo Lake View @ Sweetwater
Lubbock Estacado @ Big Spring

Lobo Offense Stalls Out, Canyon Downs Levelland 40-to-Nil

It was a rough night for the Lobo offense in the final night of non-district play as the Lobos managed just over 100 yards and fell to the Canyon Eagles 40-to-nothing. The loss closes the non-district schedule for the Lobos at one-and-five.

Canyon got started early as Brody Cook capped off a 70 yard scoring drive on a 10 yard touchdown run. Canyon added a two point conversion and with 7:45 to play in the first quarter, the Eagles were up seven-to-nothing.

It was a quiet stretch from the middle of the first to the middle of the second but while the Lobo defense spent much of the stretch on the field, Canyon started to find the rhythm.

Jay DeFoor would hit Rafe Butcher from 57 out and after a failed PAT Canyon led 14-to-nothing with 7:26 left in the half.

Levelland would drive into Eagle territory but failed on a fourth down conversion and the Eagles went back to work.

Canyon would drive 58 yards and send Brody Cook to the house for a second time. The eight yard touchdown run put the Eagles in front 20-to-nothing with 2:02 left in the half.

Levelland would go four plays and punt setting the Eagles with a short porch and time to spare in the half.

Canyon drove 49 yards in four plays as Jay DeFoor hit Joe Shaw from 12 out and with a PAT Canyon took a 27-to-nothing lead into the halftime locker room.

It was academic from there out.

DeFoor would hit Shaw from 21 out early in the third quarter to build the lead to 33-to-nothing with 8:41 left in the third.

Canyon added a final score on a Dalton Hale five yard touchdown run with 5:47 to play capping off the scoring and sending the Eagles to the win, 40-to-nothing.

The Lobos flat had trouble generating offense.

The Lobos managed just nine first downs while putting up 105 yards total offense.

Bryant White would throw for 49 yards on an 11-of-18 night with one interception while Dylan Bordayo added a one-of-six for 26 yards and a pick.

Joel Pena caught six passes for 43 yards while Jason Ramirez took four catches for 27 yards. Skyler Davis and Isaiah Salazar added a catch each for three yards each.

Levelland rushed for 43 yards with Skyler Davis leading the way from the bench with 20 yards on eight carries.

Canyon put up 405 yards offense as Jay DeFoor threw for 199 yards and three touchdowns going 12-of-17 through the air.

Canyon added 213 yards rushing with Brody Cook on 13 carries for 70 yards and two touchdowns. Dario Bressler added eight carries for 59 yards in the win.

The loss moves Levelland to one-and-five at the close of district play and they prepare for the “ones that count” next week as oh-and-six Borger comes to Lobo Stadium for the district opener.

Lobo kickoff is set for 7:00pm Friday night with Lobo Pregame Show at 6:00pm on KLVT AM1230, www.klvtradio.com and Levelland Sports Nation on Facebook.

DISTRICT STANDINGS
(1t) Borger (0-6)
(1t) Perryton (0-4)
(1t) Levelland (1-5)
(1t) Lubbock Estacado (1-5)
(1t) Seminole (2-4)

DISTRICT SCHEDULE (Friday October 9th, 2020)
Borger @ Levelland
Seminole @ Lubbock Estacado
Perryton (Idle)

DISTRICT SCHEDULE (Friday October 16th, 2020)
Levelland @ Perryton
Lubbock Estacado @ Borger
Seminole (Idle)

KLVT Area High School Football Scoreboard (Week Six October 2nd, 2020)

NON-DISTRICT FOOTBALL
Canyon 41, Levelland 0
Ulysses, KS 20, Borger 7
Pampa 41, Perryton 35
Bushland 46, Lubbock Estacado 7
Seminole 28, Monahans 21
Ropes 28, Crosbyton 16
Sudan 46, Plains 14
Olton 54, Smyer 28
Seagraves 32, Roscoe 6
Happy 54, Meadow 0
Lazbuddie 28, Kress 22
Spur 48, Whiteface 0
Anton 56, Paducah 6
Klondike 74, Whitharral 28
Lubbock Christian 52, Weatherford Christian 13
Lubbock Coronado 28, Lubbock-Cooper 0
Lubbock High 28, Fort Stockton 12
Abilene Wylie 24, Lubbock Monterey 6
Frenship 49, Burleson Centenial 42
Sweetwater 47, Snyder 28
Big Spring vs Littlefield (canceled)
Morton vs Springlake-Earth (canceled)

DISTRICT FOOBALL
Slaton 19, Kermit 8
Denver City 49, Lamesa 14
Shallowater 57, Brownfield 16