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Graf Tosses in 16, #7 Levelland Rolls by Littlefield 74-to-24

Myka Graf tossed in 16 on Tuesday night and with three other Loboettes in double figures, #7 Levelland rolled by the Littlefield Lady Cats 74-to-24 to move to four-and-oh for the 2021-22 campaign.

Levelland started fast hitting three threes and scoring nine off of Littlefield turnovers to build a 26-to-seven lead after one quarter.

The scoring dried up in the second as Levelland got just four field goals and gave up nine turnovers but the defense held the Lady Cats to just seven points and Levelland led 35-to-14 at the half.

Levelland heated back up in the third as seven different Loboettes scored in the third and Levelland hung a 26 in the third to put it way out of reach and cruise in for the 74-to-24 win.

Myka Graf tossed in a season high 16 hitting a pair of threes while Marleah Ruiz hung her first double figure game with 13 points on the back of a pair of threes. Laci White and Emma Kent hit for ten each while Christian Tienda scored six, Reagan LaBadie and Colbi Barnett scored five each, Carly Tienda added four, Emery Smith hit for three and Maya Munguia added two in the win.

Littlefield didn’t find a double figure scorer as Kyndal Edgemon led the Lady Cats with seven.

While the Loboettes hit just five-of-21 from the free throw line, they did shoot fairly well from the field at 28-of-61 and connected on 11-of-25 from behind the arch at 44%.

Littlefield would get just eight field goals on 44 attempts and just one three pointer on 14 tries.

Defense was key for the Loboettes as it usually is.

Levelland forced 29 Lady Cat turnovers and scored 20 off the miscues.

The Levelland Loboettes move to four-and-oh on the year and will get that record tested as they head for the Brock Tournament over the weekend.

The Loboettes open against Decatur on Thursday at Noon and follow up with OD Wyatt at 4:45pm Thursday.

Games continue on Friday as the Loboettes take on Brock at 9:00am and followed by a matchup with Nolan Catholic at 4:30 Friday afternoon.

Bracket games commence on Saturday.

KLVT Area Playoff Football Scorecard (Area Round)

5A Division I
Lubbock Coronado vs. Midlothian, Friday November 19th, 7:00pm, Bulldog Stadium at Abilene Wylie

5A Division II
Lubbock Cooper vs. El Paso Parkland, Thursday November 18th, 6:00pm, Panther Stadium, Fort Stockton

4A Division II
Perryton vs. Celina, Friday November 19th, 7:30pm, Hawk Stadium, Iowa Park

3A Division I
Shallowater vs. Early, Friday November 19th, 7:00pm, Clyde Stadium, Clyde

Muleshoe vs. Jim Ned, Friday November 19th, 3:30pm, Plains Capital Park Lowery Field, Lubbock

3A Division II
Lubbock Roosevelt vs. Alpine, Friday November 19th,  7:00pm, Walton Field, Kermit

Abernathy vs. Ballinger, Thursday November 18th, 7:00pm, Mustang Bowl, Andrews

2A Division I
New Deal vs. Forsan, Thursday November 18th, 7:30pm, Wolf Stadium, Colorado City

Post vs. Coleman, Friday November 19th, 7:00pm, Wolf Stadium, Colorado City

Sundown vs. Hawley, Friday November 19th, 7:00pm, Memorial Stadium, Big Spring


2A Division II
Seagraves vs Stratford, Thursday November 18th, 7:00pm, Younger Field, Tulia

New Home vs. Gruver, Friday November 19th, 6:00pm, Happy State Bank Stadium, Canyon

1A Division II
Anton vs. Follett, Friday November 19th,  6:30pm, Mustang Stadium, Claude

Lobos Put Four in Double Figures and Rout Lubbock Home School in Season Opener

In the season opener for the Levelland Lobos, the shooting was red hot as four Lobos finished in double figures in a 90-to-48 routing of the Lubbock Home School Titans on Monday night.

The Titans scored the first five points of the contest before Levelland went on an absolute tear outscoring the Titans 25-to-four in the next seven minutes to lead 25-to-nine after one quarter.

After that first minute of the first quarter, it was all Lobos as Caleb Salazar and Zameron LeCroy both had double figure numbers by half as Levelland led 45-to-22 by the big break.

They continued to pour it on through the back half going six deep off the bench and still outscoring the Titans 23-to-13 in the third and 22-to-13 in the fourth for the 90-to-48 win.

Caleb Salazar led all scorers with 18 hitting six threes while Zameron LeCroy made his varsity debut with 16 points on the back of four threes. Taeshaun Jones poured down 14 and Jerry Haile added ten off the bench while nearly every Lobo scored in the contest. Neamiah Campos added nine, Xavair Jackson tossed in six with Ladarian Jordan hitting for five, Aaron Williams adding four and Uriel Calderon scoring two in the win.

The Titans got 11 from Tyler Henry and ten from Cal Christensen in the loss.

Levelland flat shot the lights out hitting 36-of-67 from the field at 54% while hitting 14-of-28 from behind the arch at 50%. That while forcing 28 Titan turnovers and giving up 17 of their own.

The rebounding was a little more of a struggle.

Levelland collected 25 defensive and 13 offensive boards while scoring 20 off the glass. The Titans managed 21 defensive boards with 16 offensive but managed just three put back points.

The Levelland Lobos start 2021 at one-and-oh as they prep to head for Slaton on Friday night to take on the Tigers. Junior Varsity will open at 5:00pm with the Varsity at 6:30pm.

Catch the Lobos Friday night on KLVT AM1230, http://www.klvtradio.com and on Levelland Sports Nation on Facebook with Lobo Pregame Show starting at 6:00pm.

#7 Levelland’s Defense Too Good at Sundown, Loboettes Move to Three-and-Oh

While the #7 Levelland Loboettes shooting was not on point Saturday in Sundown, the Loboette defense held the Roughettes scoreless for the first nine minutes in route to a 60-to-31 win on the road moving the Loboette record to three-and-oh in 2021 while the Roughettes slip to two-and-one.

Emma Kent got the Loboettes started as the senior guard scored eight of Levelland’s 15 in the front eight minutes, that while the Loboette defense forced 11 Roughette turnovers and held Sundown to just three field goal attempts. Levelland led 15-to-nothing after one frame.

While Levelland struggled to shoot the ball, hitting 13-of-38 from the field in the front 16 minutes, Sundown started warming up getting 11 points on the board in the second quarter and leave the Loboettes in front 36-to-11 at halftime.

While the Roughettes improved throughout the game scoring nine in the third and 11 in the fourth, the Loboette margin and their defense was just too much and Levelland outscored Sundown 17-to-nine in the third but Sundown won the fourth 11-to-seven with Levelland taking the 60-to-31 win.

Emma Kent poured in 24 for the Loboettes hitting four threes and a four-of-eight from the free throw line while Marleah Ruiz found double figures with ten on the back of a pair of threes. Laci White scored seven while Myka Graff and Carley Tienda added five each, Emery Smith scored four, Colbi Barnett and Raegan LaBadie added two each and Amaya Munguia scored one in the win.

Aria Hogan led Sundown with 14 while Natalie Urias tossed in seven and Shea Beadles scored six. Allie McCormick added three and Avery Avery scored one in the loss.

Levelland didn’t shoot it particularly well hitting 21-of-63 from the field and a very rough nine-of-25 from the free throw line while Sundown shot 12-of-29 from the field at 41% but just eight-of-21 from the stripe at 38%.

It really was defense that led Levelland as the Loboettes took 35 Roughette turnovers while giving up just 16.

Sundown slips to two-and-one on the season and prepares to host Denver City on Tuesday and travel to Tulia closer to the weekend.

The Levelland Loboettes are now three-and-oh on the season as the Loboettes host the Littlefield Lady Cats on Tuesday before heading to the Brock Tournament for three days of hoops opening Thursday.

Catch the Loboettes on Tuesday night on KLVT AM1230, http://www.klvtradio.com and on Levelland Sports Nation on Facebook with Loboette Pregame Show at 5:30pm.

KLVT Area Playoff Football Scoreboard (Bi-District Round November 12th, 2021)

Sweetwater 50, Borger 15
Perryton 35, Midland Greenwood 19
Snyder 31, Seminole 0
Bushland 55, Slaton 6
Abernathy 33, Friona 14
Canadian 27, Idalou 24 (OT)
Lubbock Roosevelt 44, Spearman 11
Post 46, Farwell 14
Sundown 53, Sanford-Fritch 13
Seagraves 38, Bovina 3
McCamey 48, Ropes 6
Klondike 71, Whitharral 48
Anton 72, Sands 30
Spur 63, Meadow 14

KLVT Area High School Football Scoreboard (Thursday October 11th, 2021 Bi-District Round)

Lubbock Coronado 67, El Paso Bel Air 7
Lubbock Cooper 42, FW Southwest 0
Monahans 31, Lubbock Estacado 28
Shallowater 56, Dalhart 18
River Road 14, Denver City 6
Muleshoe 21, Brownfield 17
Wink 63, Sudan 26
New Deal 63, Olton 21
New Home 45, Plains 8
Happy 48, Springlake-Earth 44

Smith and White Go 16 Each and Levelland Cruises By New Deal 72-27

Laci White popped 16 Wednesday night while freshman Emery Smith added 16 from the bench and the #7 Levelland Loboettes cruised to a 72-to-27 win over New Deal to move to two-and-oh on the season.

Laci White sparked the Loboettes in the first hitting three threes in the front eight minutes and helping the Loboettes to a 16-to-four lead after one.

The lead just grew from there as nine different Loboettes scored in the first half while New Deal was held to just four field goals in the front 16 minutes leading to a 39-to-13 Levelland lead at half.

Emery Smith would hit three threes in the back half and while New Deal hit eight-of-14 from the free throw line through the contest, Levelland pulled away for a 72-to-27 win to move to two-and-oh on the year.

Senior Laci White hit for 16 on the back of four three pointers in the first half while freshman Emery Smith hit four threes off the bench and finished with 16.

Carly Tienda scored seven while Marleah Ruiz, Raegan LaBadie, and Colbi Barnett added six each. Myka Graff scored five while Amaya Munguia scored four and Madison Martin and Emma Kent scored two each.

New Deal got a solid night from Ghenevieve Vasquez as she scored 11 on the night including a four-of-five from the free throw line.

Levelland shot it pretty well at home hitting 29-of-60 from the field at 48% while connecting on 10-of-29 back of the arch at 34%.

Defense, as often is the case, was key for the Loboettes as they held New Deal to nine-of-40 from the field and forced 23 turnovers.

The Loboettes improve to two-and-oh on the season as they set their travels sights on the Sundown for Saturday as the Freshman tip at 10:00am Saturday morning against the Roughette Junior Varsity and the Varsity game set to tip at 11:15am.

Loboette Pregame Show starts at 10:45am on KLVT AM1230, http://www.klvtradio.com and on Levelland Sports Nation on Facebook!

KLVT Area High School Football Playoff Scorecard (Bi-District Round)

5A Division I
EL Paso Bel Air vs. Lubbock Coronado, Thursday November 11th, 6:00pm, Plains Capital Park Lowery Field Lubbock

5A Division II
Fort Worth Southwest vs. Lubbock Cooper, Thursday November 11th, 7:00pm, Pirate Stadium at First United Park Lubbock


4A Division II
Borger vs. Sweetwater, Friday November 12th, 7:00pm, Pirate Stadium at First United Park Lubbock

Snyder vs. Seminole, Friday November 12th, 7:00pm, Plains Capital Park Lowery Field Lubbock

Lubbock Estacado vs. Monahans, Thursday November 11th, 7:00pm, Grande Communications Stadium Midland

Perryton vs. Midland Greenwood, Friday November 12th, 7:00pm, Greg Sherwood Memorial Bulldog Stadium Plainview


3A Division I
Shallowater vs. Dalhart, Thursday November 10th, 7:30pm, Happy State Bank Stadium Canyon

Brownfield vs. Muleshoe, Thursday November 10th, 7:00pm, Wildcat Stadium Littlefield

Denver City vs. River Road, Thursday November 10th, 7:00pm, Greg Sherwood Memorial Bulldog Stadium Plainview

Slaton vs. Bushland, Friday November 11th, 7:00pm, Falcon Stadium Bushland

3A Division II
Lubbock Roosevelt vs. Spearman Friday November 11th, 7:00pm, Wildcat Stadium at Amarillo River Road High School Amarillo

Abernathy vs. Friona, Friday November 11th, 7:00pm, Benny Douglas Stadium Muleshoe

Idalou vs. Canadian, Friday November 11th, 7:30pm, Happy State Bank Stadium Canyon


2A Division I
Olton vs. New Deal, Thursday November 10th, 4:00pm, Whirlwind Stadium Floydada

Farwell vs. Post, Friday November 11th, 7:00pm, Lobo Stadium Levelland

Sundown vs. Sanford-Fritch, Friday November 11th, 7:00pm, Mitchell Zimmerman Field Lockney

2A Division II
Seagraves vs. Bovina, Friday November 11th, 7:00pm, Hornet Stadium Sudan

Plains vs. New Home, Thursday November 10th, 7:00pm, Peoples Bank Stadium at Frenship High School, Wolfforth

Sudan vs. Wink, Thursday November 10th, 7:30pm, Mustang Stadium Denver City

Ropes vs. McCamey, Friday November 11th, 7:00pm, Memorial Stadium Big Spring


1A Division I

Springlake-Earth vs. Happy, Thursday November 10th, 7:00pm, Bulldog Stadium Anton

Spur vs. Meadow, Friday November 11th, 6:00pm, Cardinal Stadium Hermleigh

1A Division II
Anton vs. Sands, Friday November 11th, 7:00pm, Mustang Field Ackerly

Whitharral vs. Klondike, Friday November 11th, 8:00pm, Cardinal Stadium Hermleigh

Loboette Volleyball Racks Up Several All-District Honors

In the first season for rookie coach Whitney Gibson the Levelland Loboettes went 14-and-27 overall but managed to win seven of ten in district play to finish in a tie for second place and a playoff birth in 2021.

As 4A Region One District Three play has now come to an end, the Loboettes are gathering their all-district honors for 2021 and there are several.

Kaylee Barry was name Co-District Setter of the year while Chloe Constantino, Cailee Miller, Raegan LaBadie, and Alanna Worley all received First Team Honors for 2021.

Second Team selections included Chloe Carpenter and Madison Martin while Honorable Mention nods go out to Jaycee Franco, Makalyn Guillen, McKenna Ruiz, and Kadi Salinas.

Nearly the entire varsity roster received academic all-district awards including Kaylee Barry, Chloe Carpenter, Chloe Constantino, Jaycee Franco, Makalyn Guillen, Madison Martin, Cailee Miller, McKenna Ruiz, Kadi Salina, and Alanna Worley.

Congratulations to our Levelland Loboettes and Coach Whitney Gibson on a great season.

Loboettes in Full Blown Reschedule for the Week

Well basketball season has just opened for area teams and for the Levelland Loboettes, they are under a large amount of rescheduling for the second week of the regular season.

On Tuesday November 9th, the Freshman Loboette Basketball team will host Seminole at the Levelland Middle School with tipoff set for 5:00pm while the Loboette Junior Varsity will travel to Muleshoe on Tuesday with tip off also set for 5:00pm.

On Wednesday, the Levelland Loboette Varsity will host the New Deal Lady Lions with tip time set for 6:30pm.

Coming up Thursday through Saturday, the Levelland Junior Varsity Loboettes will be at the Lubbock Roosevelt Tournament then on Saturday the Freshman and Varsity will trek to Sundown with Freshman set for 10:00am and Varsity at 11:15.

Don’t forget to tune into the Loboettes Wednesday evening and Saturday morning on KLVT AM1230, http://www.klvtradio.com and on Levelland Sports Nation on Facebook!