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Villegas, Royal and Escue in Double Figures, Loboettes Roll By Monterey 67-to-47

loboloyaltyThe #2 Levelland Loboettes continued their winning ways on Friday night and while Miranda Villegas, Paige Royal and MaKayla Escue all found double figures, the Loboettes rolled by Lubbock Monterey 67-to-47 and move to 16-and-oh on the year.

Levelland got a fast start as Paige Royal, Miranda Villegas and Jaycee Hill all connected on first quarter threes and Levelland scored eight on five Lubbock Monterey turnovers. The Lady Plainsmen tried to keep pace as Mirakel Bradley and Sydni Wagoner both connected on threes but Levelland led 18-to-10 after one quarter.

Royal and Hill would both strike for threes in the second while Villegas added five points and MaKayla Escue connected for four. Levelland led by 16 with five minutes to go in the half and rode that lead to a 37-to-24 lead at half.

Lubbock Monterey attempted a rally in the third.

Braylyn Dollar scored seven in the third to lead the Lady Plainsmen to 15 third quarter points but while Monterey scored 15, Levelland answered with 15 of their own. Miranda Villegas scored nine while MaKayla Escue tossed in four and the Loboettes still led by 13, 52-to-39, after three.

The Loboettes put it away early in the fourth.

Madi Ruiz hit an early three while Paige Royal and Brytnee Bordayo added free throws and the Loboettes rolled up 15 more in the final frame to roll on for the 67-to-47 win.

Miranda Villegas scored 20 including a pair of threes while Paige Royal hit three threes and scored 17. MaKayla Escue scored 14 from the floor in the win. Jaycee Hill added six with a pair of threes while Natalie Velardez scored four, Madi Ruiz added three, Kiahra Graves added two and Brytnee Bordayo tossed in a free throw in the win.

Braylyn Dollar scored 14 while Mirakel Bradley scored 12 in the loss.

Levelland shot 44% from the floor hitting 18-of-41 inside the arch at 43% and eight-of-18 behind the arch at 44%.

Meanwhile, the Loboettes lived off their defense yet again.

Lubbock Monterey gave up 22 turnovers in the contest and Levelland managed 18 points of the miscues.

The Loboettes improve to 16-and-oh on the year and were scheduled to host the Permian Lady Panthers on Tuesday night, however, the Lady Panthers have cancelled with the Loboettes. I’ll leave the why up to your imgination.

Levelland will travel to Midland Greenwood on Friday December 15th to take on the Rangerettes.

Junior Varsity will tip at 5:00pm, Varsity at 6:30pm and Freshman at 8:00pm.

Catch the Loboettes live Friday night on KLVT AM1230 and! Pregame Show starts at 6:00pm and the Loboettes will be followed by the Levelland Lobos.


Nine Lobos Score in 61-to-41 Over Dimmitt Bobcats

loboloyaltyThe Levelland Lobos returned to the Dimmitt Tournament early Friday morning and while nearly every Lobo four points, the Lobos rolled by Dimmitt 61-to-41 to move to nine-and-two on the year and two-and-one at the Dimmitt Tournament.

Levelland started solid on both ends as Dimmitt would get just one field goal that came very late in the first quarter and while the Bobcats got just two points Straton Dobson would score five while Isaiah Salazar and Reid O’Connor both connected on threes putting Levelland in front 14-to-two after one.

Things got better for the Bobcats though out the game as Dimmitt managed a seven point second but Levelland countered with seven from Jacob Ramirez and 17 in total in the second to lead 31-to-nine at the half.

Levelland outscored Dimmitt again in the third 19-to-ten and led by 31 after three.

The fourth turned into run and shoot quarter for the Bobcats as they tried to battle their way back in. Johnny Quiroz got 14 in the final quarter including four threes and Dimmitt won the fourth 22-to-11 but it was way to little way to late as Levelland went on for the 61-to-41 win.

Only two Lobos found double figures but nearly every Lobo scored.

Broderick Golightly tossed in 11 while Reid O’Connor added ten, Straton Dobson scored nine and Isaiah Salazar went for eight. Jacob Ramirez added seven, Michael Estrada took five, Connor Barnett and Joel White had four each and Caden Beatty tossed in three in the win.

Dimmitt would get 16 from Marquaious Gonzales and 15 from Johnny Quiroz in the loss.

Levelland did a lot of things well.

The Lobos would hit 23-of-15 from the floor at 45% while connecting on six-of-15 behind the arch at 40%.

That while holding Dimmitt to 15-for-51 from the floor in their home gym and forcing 20 turnovers on the Bobcats.

The Levelland Lobos improve to nine-and-two on the year and two-and-one at the Dimmitt Tournament and return to the home of the Bobcats for a high noon shootout on Saturday against a team to be determined by the bracket.

Catch the Lobos live on Saturday on KLVT AM1230 and with Lobo Pregame Show at 11:30am.

Lobos Bounce Back for Win Over Bushland, Move to One-and-One at Dimmitt Tournament

loboloyaltyIt was a rough morning for the Levelland Lobos in a lost to Nazareth but the Lobos managed to bounced back in a late afternoon contest with a 57-to-47 win over the Bushland Falcons.

It was a back an forth tussle early in the game as six different Lobos scored in the from frame while Callahan Jeffreys scored six for the Falcons and Levelland led 15-to-12 after one.

The lead quietly grew through the second as Jakeevian hit for six and Reid O’Connor added five through the second quarter and behind a 20-to-15 run through the second, Levelland went to the locker room leading 35-to-27.

The Lobo defense got going in the third.

While Jefferys would scored 15 for Bushland in the front half, the Lobos held him to two in the third quarter and held the Falcons to only five. Jakeevian Ford scored eight and Levelland stretched the lead to 45-to-32 after three.

While Bushland would get three threes from Tate Shultz in the fourth, Levelland managed to keep the Falcons pretty much at arms length through the back half and led by as many as 13 in the 57-to-47 win.

Jakeevian Ford led the way with 17 while Reid O’Connor knocked down 14 and Isaiah Salazar added nine. Kaleb Reyna hit for five while Straton Dobson chipped in four, Caden Beatty and Joel White added three each and Keshawn Joyce took two in the win.

Bushland got 20 from Callahan Jefferys while Tate Shultz scored 14 and Teague Thrash added 11, Past that group the balance of the lineup scored just two, that being a single field goal from Seth Homfeld.

While going 21-of-47 from the floor at 47%, the Lobos hit seven-of-16 behind the arch at 56%.

Bushland shot 11-of-18 inside the arch while hitting just eight-of-22 from behind it.

Levelland moves their record to eight-and-two on the year and has an odd single game day at the Dimmitt Tournament on Friday where they will meet the host team, the Dimmitt Bobcats, for the second time in 2017-18.

Levelland opened the season in November with a 42-to-31 win.

Game time is slated for 9:00am with Lobo Pregame Show at 8:30am on KLVT AM1230 and!

Lobos Start Slow Thursday and Fall to Nazareth 48-to-38

loboloyaltyThe Levelland Lobos scored just 14 points in the front half on Thursday morning and despite a 24 point second, the Lobos fell to the Nazareth Swifts 48-to-38 to move to seven-and-two on the year and oh-and-one in the Dimmitt Tournament.

Levelland got just two field goals, three points from Jacob Rameriz and Reid O’Connor, in the first eight minutes while Nazareth got five from Jake Gerber and four from Slade Gerber to lead the Lobos 11-to-six after one frame.

Three’s from Isiah Salazar and Kaleb Reyna and a two from Broderick Golightly would be it for the Lobos in the second and Nazarth held the lead at 24-to-14 at the break.

The Levelland defense got better in the third as did the offense to a point.

Nazareth would get just five points in the third while the Lobos forced six turnovers on the Swifts to cut the led to Nazareth 29, Levelland 24 after three.

That lead would continue to shrink until a pair of four quarter threes from Jekeevian Ford got the Lobos back with two at 1:53 to go.

That would be as close as the Lobos would get.

As the last minute came, the Lobos gave up seven-of-eight from the free throw line down the stretch and Nazareth hung on for a 48-to-38 win.

Reid O’Connnor would be the only Lobo in double figures as he got ten in the loss. Straton Dobson and Jakeevian Ford got six each while Isaiah Salazar tossed in five. Broderick Golightly went for four, Jacob Ramirez and Kaleb Reyna added three each and Joel White got a single free throw.

Nazareth got 16 from Jake Gerber and 15 more from Slade Gerber in the win.

The Lobos struggled from the floor and suffered even more from the free throw line.

Levelland hig 15-of-45 from the floor at 33% and seven-of-24 back of the arch. They would get just one-of-four from the free throw line while Nazareth shot 12-of-16.

The Levelland Lobos slide to seven-and-two on the year and take on the Bushland Falcons on Thursday afternoon in a consolation bracket matchup.

Pregame starts at 4:00pm on KLVT AM1230 and

Snapshot Numbers are Out for UIL Classifications and Changes are Likely on the Way

UIL-logoThe Texas Univerisity Interscholatic League has released their snapshot numbers for 2018-19 and there very well maybe some chances on the way.

The 4A line has been drafted to rest between 505 to 1149 and while Levelland falls right in the middle at 773, the number puts the Lobos below the 4A-1 and 4A-2 division line for football which comes in a 789.

Other notables from the 4A field includes the Canyon High Eagles reporting in at 1128 which would move them into the 4A-1 field. On the flip side of that coin, Abilene Wylie is reporting 1164 which would move the Bulldogs into the 5A field.

Other teams that could impact the future of Levelland include Pampa remaining in the 4A-1 field while Seminole and Andrews both arrive in that frame as well. Lubbock Estacado and Borger could both be coming down to 4A-2 which could very well set Levelland joining those two as well as Perryton and Dalhart who remain in 4A-2.

While Lamesa remains in the 4A-2 field, numbers indicate that Brownfield, Denver City and Bushland maybe among the teams dropping into the 3A field.

Littlefield, Muleshoe and Shallowater all look to be holding in the 3A-1 field.

Sundown and Olton are still reporting in as 2A-1 schools along with New Deal, however, Abernathy is showing a jump to 3A-2.

No other major suprises appear to be on the horizon as Lubbock Monterey, Lubbock Cooper, Lubbock High and Lubbock Coronado remain in the 5A field while Frenship continues to show 6A numbers.

Springlake-Earth, while showing their numbers are coming in inside the 1A-1 totals are still listed as playing 11 man football. The Wolverines are showing 85 which would in theory move them to 1A-1.

As anticipated the Morton Indians are showing a 1A-1 number at 97 placing them about seven students below the 1A-1 cut line at 104.9.

Ropes, Whiteface and Meadow are still reporting 1A-1 numbers while Whitharral is reporting in at 1A-2.

Full projects and details are on UIL website, click the link below.

Three Lobos Find Double Figures, Levelland Handles Big Spring 73-to-52

loboloyaltyThe Levelland Lobos offense was on Tuesday night as Reid O’Connor, Broderick Golightly and Jakeevian Ford all found double figures and the Lobos rolled to their seventh win of the season with a 73-to-52 win at Big Spring.

Levelland opened hot and never looked back.

Levelland shot eight-of-15 from the field and three-of-six from behind the arch in the first eight minutes as Reid O’Connor pour in eight of Levelland’s 23 first quarter points. They out scored the Steers 23-to-16 in the front quarter and the lead just grew from there.

Jakeevian Ford hit two second quarter threes and coupled with a three from Jacob Ramirez the lead grew to plus 16 as Levelland led 41-to-25 at the half.

That led was plus 20 with 5:16 to go in the third and although it shrank back to 16 and even 14 the Steers never got any closer as Levelland won 73-to-52 to move to seven-and-one on the year.

Reid O’Connor poured in 18 in the win while Jakeevian Ford and Broderick Golightly hit for 12 each. Isaiah Salazar scored nine while Joel White tossed in eight, Jacob Ramirez and Straton Dobson scored five each and Kaleb Reyna tossed in four in the win.

Abel Clark led Big Spring with 18 while Dimas Garcia scored 13 in the loss.

Levelland shot almost 50% from the floor in the contest as they hit 26-of-55 from the field, a very good seven-of-16 from behind the three point line and 14-for-19 from the free throw line.

Big Spring struggled at home hitting 19-of-59 at just 32% from the field and only five-of-24 from behind the three point arch. Meanwhile, the Levelland Lobos allowed the Steers just 12 free throw attempts.

Levelland moves to seven-and-one on the year as they prepare for an apperance in the Dimmitt Tournament coming up over the weekend.

The Lobos will open on Thursday against the Nazareth Swifts, currently ranked number two in the state 1A poll.

Game time on Thursday is slated for 10:30am with Lobo Pregame Show at 10:00am on KLVT AM1230 and

KLVT Area Basketball Scoreboard (Tuesday December 6th, 2017)

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Levelland 45, Lubbock Roosevelt 35
Morton 46, Bovina 39
Lamesa 56, Stanton 34
Ropes 64, Hale Center 8
Nazareth 45, Slaton 33
Lubbock Cooper 71, Cnayon Randall 70
Lubbock Christian 69, Smyer 42
Shallowater 72, Andrews 28
Midland High 62, Lubbock High 49

Boys Basketball
Levelland 73, Big Spring 52
Seminole 65, Frenship 61
New Deal 75, Sundown 66
Cotton Center 40, Lazbuddie 37
Nazareth 46, Slaton 35
Abernathy 40, Smyer 38
Hale Center 57, Ropes 42
Lamesa 75, Littlefield 67
Bovina 82, Morton 68
Lubbock Monterey 59, Canyon High 30
Lubbock Coronado 79, Abilene High 74
Andrews 69, Shallowater 67