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Loboette Softball Schedule Released for 2021

#11 Loboettes Put Three in Double Figures and Battle Out District Opener Win at Snyder

It was a three quarter battle on Tuesday night as the #11 Levelland Loboettes put three in double figures and used a 22-to-12 run through the final eight minutes to take district win number one on the road at Snyder 66-to-50.

While Snyder led by eight early in the contest, the Levelland Loboettes used a pair of Allie Latham threes along with an Emma Kent three to lead 19-to-18 after one frame.

Levelland would trail again briefly in second but Levelland’s defense would hold Snyder to just eight second quarter points while the Loboettes tossed in 13 and took a 32-to-26 to lead into the half.

The third would be a battle of attrition as Allie Latham scored five more and Raegan LaBadie and Myka Graff tossed in three each in a 12 point third. Snyder got 12 as well as Taryn Nobles scored five from the bench leaving Levelland riding a 44-to-38 lead after three.

That was the end as the Loboettes caught hold in the fourth.

Levelland would grow the lead to plus 11 with five minutes to play in the fourth and by the four minute mark were up 15. The Loboette lead would grow to as big as 20 with just outside a minute to go and the 22-to-12 run through the fourth would seal the 66-to-50 Levelland win.

The Levelland Loboettes got three in double figures as Allie Latham tossed in 19 on the back of three threes while Myka Graff scored 13 hitting seven-of-seven from the free throw line and Emma Kent tossed in 12 on the back of three threes. Mallor Blocker had seven off the bench while Laci White scored five, Reagan LaBadie and Mahalie Stafford added three each and Michaela Watkins scored two in the win.

Kamiah Davis led Snyder with 15 points while being held to just two points in the final 16 minutes. Aaliyah Braziel and Taryn Nobles added ten each in the loss.

Levelland went free and three in the win hitting seven-of-15 from behind the arch at 47% and 16-of-21 from the free throw line at 76%. Levelland shot 40% from the field overall while the Lady Tigers hit 17-of-47 from the floor and hit just 11-of-23 from the free throw line in their home gym.

The Levelland Loboettes move to 15-and-oh on the season and start district at one-and-oh with a trip to Sweetwater on Friday before returning home next Tuesday to host the San Angelo Lakeview Maidens.

Snyder slips to eight-and-nine overall and to oh-and-one in district play.

Levelland at Sweetwater on Friday January 8th is set for Freshman at 5:00pm, Junior Varsity at 6:00pm and Varsity at 7:30pm.

Catch the Loboettes live on Friday night on KLVT AM1230, and on Levelland Sports Nation with Loboette Pregame Show at 7:00pm!

Levelland 66, Snyder 50
Lubbock Estacado 43, Big Spring 33
Sweetwater 54, San Angelo Lake View 50

(1t) Levelland (15-0/1-0)
(1t) Lubbock Estacado (6-9/1-0)
(1t) Sweetwater (8-8/1-0)
(6t) Big Spring (7-10/0-1)
(6t) San Angelo Lakeview (7-7/0-1)
(6t) Snyder (8-9/0-1)

DISTRICT SCHEDULE (Friday January 8th)
Levelland @ Sweetwater
Big Spring @ San Angelo Lakeview
Snyder @ Lubbock Estacado

DISTRICT SCHEDULE (Tuesday January 12th)
San Angelo Lakeview @ Levelland
Lubbock Estacado @ Sweetwater
Snyder @ Big Spring

Lobos Fall to Plainview Tuesday, Levelland Nine-and-Six with One to Go Before District

In a pre-district contest, the Levelland Lobos fell to the Plainview Bulldogs 54-to-43 to move to nine-and-six in 2020-21 with one to go before district.

Levelland trailed 13-to-11 after one while scoring just seven points in the second frame to trail 25-to-18 at the break.

The Lobos pretty well kept pace the rest of the night outscoring Plainview 16-to-14 in the third but dropping the fourth 12-to-11 and the contest 54-43.

Zaiden LeCroy was the only Lobo in double figures hitting for 11 while Isaiah Salazar scored nine and Caleb Salazar added eight. Bryant White added seven while Kaleb Penner added four and Hunter Read scored two in the loss.

The Levelland Lobos slip to nine-and-six with one game left before district basketball opens.

Levelland hosts Lubbock Home School on Friday before traveling to San Angelo Lakeview for their district opener on Tuesday January 12th.

KLVT Area High School Basketball Scoreboard (Tuesday January 5th, 2021)

Levelland 66, Snyder 50
Lubbock Estacado 43, Big Spring 33
Sweetwater 54, Lake View 50
Brownfield 96, Denver City 32
Idalou 75, Childress 52
Muleshoe 55, Friona 22
Abernathy 35, Lubbock Roosevelt 25
Sundown 52, Morton 15
Sudan 68, Seagraves 36
Plains 50, Kingdom Prep 23
New Home 64, Post 35
New Deal 65, Hale Center 43
Ropes 69, Floydada 30
Lorenzo 71, O’Donnell 55
Whiteface 49, Whitharral 19
Springlake-Earth 65, Anton 29
Lubbock Coronado 49, Lubbock High 28
Abilene Wylie 48, Lubbock Monterey 45
Lubbock Cooper 64, Abilene Cooper 38
Plainview 45, Palo Duro 35
Seminole 92, Pecos 15

Plainview 54, Levelland 43
Lubbock Estacado 67, Lubbock Monterey 61
Snyder 49, Lubbock High 34
Seminole 55, Amarillo Tascosa 48
Floydada 59, Tahoka 54
New Home 56, All Saints 30
Midland Christian 65, Frenship 62 (OT)
Brownfield 72 , Denver City 65 (OT)
Abernathy 46, Lubbock Roosevelt 34
Sweetwater 51, Monahans 36
New Deal 58, Post 38

4A Region One District Three Girls Basketball Opens District Play Tonight!

Well some may have thought it would never get here but district basketball opens tonight for the #11 Levelland Loboettes out of 4A Region One District Five and the plan is the boys side of the card opens next Tuesday.

(1t) Big Spring (7-9/0-0)
(1t) Levelland (14-0/0-0)
(1t) Lubbock Estacado (5-9/0-0)
(1t) San Angelo Lakeview (7-6/0-0)
(1t) Snyder (8-8/0-0)
(1t) Sweetwater (7-8/0-0)

DISTRICT SCHEDULE (Tuesday January 5th)
Levelland @ Snyder
Lubbock Estacado @ Big Spring
Sweetwater @ San Angelo Lakeview

DISTRICT SCHEDULE (Friday January 8th)
Levelland @ Sweetwater
Big Spring @ San Angelo Lakeview
Snyder @ Lubbock Estacado


Loboettes Head to Snyder Friday, Yes There Are a Few Rules Including Online Tickets!

#12 Loboettes Open District Tuesday at 14-and-oh after a Holiday Full of Wins

The #12 Levelland Loboettes continued their winning ways through the holiday the Loboettes head to district play at 14-and-oh through non-district play.

#12 Levelland 53, #19 Ropes 32
On Wednesday, the Levelland Loboette offense struggled by the defense remained strong as Levelland knocked off the 2A #19 Ropes 53-to-32.

The first half was a struggle at times as the Levelland hit just eight-of-27 from the field and just five-of-ten from the free throw line. Ropes struggled as well connecting on five-of-24 from the field in the front 16 minutes.

Levelland still managed a 25-to-14 lead at the half and grew the offense through the back half.

The Loboettes scored 15 in the third and 13 in the fourth while the Ropes Lady Eagles found a good third with 16 points but were held to just two in the fourth quarter as Levelland took the 53-to-32 win.

Myka Graff went off for the Lobos hitting for 17 to lead all scores and while no other Loboette found double figures, Levelland got nearly everyone in the scorebook. Allie Latham scored eight while Emma Kent and Laci White scored six each and Raegen LaBadie and Michaela Watkins scored five each. Mallory Blocker scored four and Colbi Barnett added two in the win.

Ropes got Maggie Anderson into double figures with ten while Rylan Garcia added six and Tatum Melton added four in the loss.

Levelland would end up shooting 20-of-54 from the field at 37% and connected on six-of-20 from the behind the arch and seven-of-13 behind the free throw line.

Ropes connected on 12-of-49 from the field at 24% and just five-of-20 behind the line at 25%. Ropes connected on three-of-four at the free throw line.

The win moved the #12 Levelland Loboettes to 13-and-oh on the year.

Levelland 54, New Deal 20
The Levelland Loboette defense continued to improve through the holiday break as the Loboettes held the New Deal Lady Lions to single digit scoring in all four quarters on Friday night for a 54-to-20 win.

New Deal would be held to a single free throw in the front eight minutes while getting just seven shot attempts against nine turnovers. Levelland countered with five different Loboettes finding the scorebook and Levelland took a 14-to-one lead after one.

New Deal would have their best quarter in the second with nine points while Levelland had their worst with nine leaving Levelland in front 23-to-ten at the half.

It was academic from there as Emaa Kent busted a pair of threes in the third to set the Loboettes up a 14-to-five run through the third.

Levelland added 17 more in the fourth while holding New Deal to just five and taking the 54-to-20 win.

Levelland got 17 from Emma Kent and while she led all scorers nearly every Loboette scored. Allie Latham dropped in eight while Laci White added six, Mallory Blocker scored five from the bench and Colbi Barnett tacked on four. Raegan LaBadie, Myka Graff and Carly Tienda added three each and Mahalie Stafford added one in the win.

Jaiden Rodriguez scored seven and Andee Whitfield added five from the bench in the loss for the Lady Lions.

Levelland would hit 20-fo-52 from the field at 38% while connecting on just seven-of-25 from behind the arch. While the field shooting was very average, the Loboettes managed a nine-of-13 from the free throw line at 69%.

New Deal was five-of-41 from the line at 12% and eight-of-13 from the free throw line.

#12 Levelland moves to 14-and-oh in 2020-21 and open district play on the road on Tuesday January 5th.

While the Loboettes travel to Snyder on Tuesday the Freshman has been cancelled for Junior Varsity is set for 5:00pm on Tuesday with the Varsity at 6:15pm.

The Loboettes head to Sweetwater on Friday.

Catch the Loboettes Tuesday night on KLVT AM1230, and on Levelland Sports Nation with Loboette Pregame Show at 5:45pm.

Lobos Bounce Back with Road Win at Denver City

The Levelland Lobos moved to nine-and-five coming out of the holiday break with a 56-to-41 bounce back win at the Denver City Mustangs on Saturday.

It was a slow start for the Lobos as Denver City got four from Erick Escobar and a three from Ashton Glavin while the Lobos lived on six first quarter points from Zaiden LeCroy to see Denver City take an 11-to-eight lead after one frame.

Levelland came storming back in the second as Zaiden LeCroy dropped six, Bryant White and Isaiah Salazar hit for five a piece and while Denver City attempted to keep pace, the Lobos outscored the Mustangs 24-to-15 in the second to take a 32-to-26 lead into the halftime lockerroom.

That as they say was that.

The Lobo defense would hold the Mustangs to just six points in the third while dropping 15 more and stretch the lead to plus 15 by the end of the third.

Levelland would cruise the rest of the way for the 56-to-41 win.

Zaiden LeCroy hit for 14 to pace three Lobos in double figures as Kaleb Penner poured in 13 and Bryant White added 12 in the win. Isaiah Salazar added seven, Taeshaun Jones and Luis Otero added four, and Hunter Reed added two.

Daniel Ceniceros scored ten for the Denver City but was the only Mustang in double figures.

Levelland shot 19-of-49 from the field at 39% while hitting just four-of-24 from behind the arch at 17% but connected on 12-of-13 from the free throw line at 92%.

Denver City hit just 16-of-44 from the floor at 36% and six-of-13 from the free throw line at 46%.

The Levelland Lobos move to nine-and-five on the season as they head to Plainview to take on the Bulldogs on Tuesday with Freshman at 4:30pm, Junior Varsity at 6:00pm and Varsity at 7:30pm.

Three Loboettes Find Double Figures, #12 Levelland Takes Down Coronado 62-44

The Levelland Loboettes got a solid test on Tuesday to open the post-Christmas schedule and while Allie Latham, Myka Graff and Laci White all hit for double figures, #12 Levelland moved to 12-and-oh on the season with a 62-to-44 win over Lubbock Coronado.

It was a great ball game early as Levelland got seven first quarter points from Allie Latham and Coronado got six from Jazlyn Braitwaite and five more from Kya Smith. Lubbock Coronado took a 17-to-14 lead after the front eight minutes.

Levelland bounced back in a big way in the second.

Levelland hit for 18 in the second frame as six different Loboettes found the scorebook. Meanwhile, the Loboette defense held Coronado to one field goal to put together an 18-to-five run in the second and led 32-to-22 at half.

Coronado would battle back in the early third as Kya Smith scored seven early in the third.

While the Lady Mustangs would close back to a single possession midway through the third, Levelland got five point from Raegan LaBadie from the bench and coupled with a three from Emma Kent, the Loboettes stretched the lead to plus 11 with thirty seconds left in the third and led 45-to-36 with eight minutes to play.

The Levelland Loboettes lit it up in the fourth.

Allie Latham and Myka Graff both hit threes while the Loboettes ran up 17 points in the fourth. While the Loboette offense kept the wheels turning, the defense stood their ground holding Coronado to just eight points in the final eight minutes and Levelland won it going away 62-to-44.

Allie Latham led all scores as she hit three threes and finished with 16. Myka Graff connected on a pair of threes for 11 and Laci White scored ten in the win. Raegan LaBadie added seven off the bench while Michaela Watkins tossed in six, Emma Kent and Mahalie Stafford added five each and Colbi Barnett scored two in the win.

Lubbock Coronado got 14 from Kya Smith while Jazlyn Braithwaite added 13 in the loss.

The Loboettes shot it fairly well connecting on 22-of-55 from the field at 40% and seven-of-17 from behind the arch at 41%.

Lubbock Coronado hit just 17-of-49 from the field at 35% and just one-of-ten behind the arch.

The #12 Levelland Loboettes move to 12-and-oh on the season and continue what Levelland Loboette Coach Clay Barnett has referred to the Levelland Holiday Tournament.

The 2A #19 Ropes Lady Eagles come to call on Wednesday with Junior Varsity at 2:00pm and Varsity at 3:30pm, then on Friday the New Deal Lady Lions will be in town with Junior Varsity at 4:30pm and Varsity at 6:00pm.

Catch the Loboettes on Wednesday on KLVT AM1230, and on Levelland Sports Nation with Loboette Pregame Show at 3:00pm.

Lobo Offense Struggles at New Deal, Levelland Falls 50-to-41 to the #8 Lions

It was just simply a struggle to score the basketball on Tuesday as the Levelland Lobos came off Christmas break with a 50-to-41 loss to the 2A #8 New Deal Lions. The loss moves the Levelland Lobos to eight-and-five on the season.

The Levelland Lobos managed just eight points in the front 16 minutes and while they led eight-to-five after one quarter, Levelland didn’t score in the second and the New Deal Lions led 20-to-eight at the break.

Levelland would get 16 down in the third as Zaiden LeCroy scored eight in the third eight and Taeshaun Jones scored four off the bench. While Levelland managed 16, New Deal got 14 down and the Lions led 34-to-26 after three.

Levelland would get back with in seven early in the fourth but that was as close as it would get as the Lions poured in a ridiculous amount of second half free throws and sealed the 50-to-41 win.

Levelland got 17 from Zaiden LeCroy but he was the only Lobo in double figures. Taeshaun Jones added eight from the bench while Caleb Salazar added six bench points. Luis Otero, and Isaiah Salazar added three each while Kaleb Penner scored one in the loss.

Tanner Seeley tossed in 22 for New Deal including an 11-of-15 effort from the free throw line. Jyson Lacy added 11 and Leric Eaton scored ten in the win.

Levelland didn’t shoot it well as hitting 15-of-44 from the floor at 34%, four-of-19 from behind the arch at 21% and just seven-of-14 from the free throw line.

New Deal didn’t shoot it well either but the free throw number changed the contest.

The Lions hit 13-of-34 from the floor at 38% and four-of-14 from behind the arch at 29% but connected on 20-of-36 from the free throw line outscoring the Lobos plus 13 from the stripe.

The Levelland Lobos drop to eight-and-five on the season and hit the road for Denver City on Saturday with Varsity set for 3:00pm. Lobo Pregame Show starts at 2:30pm on KLVT AM1230, and on Levelland Sports Nation.