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SPORTS Hays Free Press January 2, 2013 Page 2B + Lehman Year in Review Continued from pg. 1B Mercado set a Lehman single-season scoring record with 25 goals, including three in the playoffs. He was also named District 49-4A MVE Guajardo led Lehman in assists and helped drive the team&apos;s offense. Both Mercado and Guajar- do were also named first-team All-Region. "Eli and Fernando both added a higher level of skill to our team," said Lehman goalkeeper Andres Castro. "They demanded respect from our opponents and made our attacking force one to fear." Baseball player Nick Cerda, who was named second- team All-State last year, was the only other Lehman High player in history to earn this prestigious accolade. It seems appropriate the Lehman boys soccer team would be the one to add to that number. 7. District Coach of the Year Garcia guides Leh- man girls soc- cer team to 16-6 finish To schedule an appointment, call 512-694-1741 Lady Lobes coach Nauri Garcia guided his team to a 16-6 record, best in school history, and a win over Hays for the first time ever. He was named the district's Coach of theYear. Lady Lobes named first- team All-District were mid- fielder Haley Parsons, defend- er Brenda Murillo and forward Max Soto. Lady Lobes named second team were Shayla Seeger, Evelyn Martinez and Valerie Murillo. Lehman gifts selected for honorable mention were Mariah Tamayo, Pressley Bai- ley and Madison Blok. "Haley was our captain and this was the second straight year she made first-team all- district, which is very tough to do, so people definitely noticed how hard she played," Garcia said. "Brenda was our last line of defense. She's quick and athletic. We had 12 shut- outs this season and she was a major reason why. Max is only The soccer team became the first Lehman team in school history to win a playoff game in a team sport this sea- son, with a 3-0 win over Con- nally in the bi-district round. "We've had some exciting things happen this school year," Sansom said. "We're trying to build on what we've accomplished, and awards like these, and playoffwins, will obviously help get people talking and will help build your program." Lehman Athletic Director Todd Raymond agreed making an All-State team was quite an achievement. "It's a huge accomplish- ment because you're getting voted on by people outside the program," Raymond said. "It's something these kids will remember the rest of their lives. It also does a lot to help put Lehman High School and Lobe soccer on the map." Instrument for -' -, Get an i/i, A. InJX L/i I] j Is your New Year's Reso|ion %.*," J to loom a? instrument? Learn with Allergo! Offering lessons in piano, guitar, and all instruments, 119 Cimarron Park Loop Ste. 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Sophomore Jeremy Schil- hab started the game over junior Paul Matthews after seeing significant playing time in a loss to Lockhart. Although most of his produc- tion came via his speed out of the draw, Schilhab showed off his ability to handle the pass- ing duties as well, with 128 yards through the air. "(Schilhab) came in these last few games and has done a really good job," said Ray- mond. "It's something for us to build on going into next Lehman head coach Nauri Garcia, surrounded by his players Haley Parson, Valerie Murillo, Shayla Seeger, Ev- elyn Martinez, Max Soto and Brenda Murillo, was named district Coach of the Year while guiding his Lady Lobes to a 16-6 finish and a playoff berth. (photo by Judy Cooper) FARMERS' Debbie Thames Insurance Agency AUTO HOME LIFE BOAT HEALTH 251 N. FM 1626 #2C Buda, TX 78610 Office: (512) 312-1917 Fax: 312-0688 Email: Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm Your Business & Referrals Are Appreciated season. It really allows people to see the diversity our of- fense has when he is out there running around and stretch- ing the field." Despite not starting at quarterback, Matthews was on the field often at running back, wide receiver and quar- terback throughout the game. A blocked punt on the Buf- faloes' first possession set up the Lobes first drive inside Clemens' 20-yard line. Five plays later, Paul Brown scampered around the edge and into the end zone for an eight- yard score. The Lobes tipped the Buffaloes' next punt attempt to put themselves in Clemens terri- tory again. A long touchdown run was negated by a holding penalty. Le- hman made up for it a couple of plays later when Conner Baird hauled in a 69-yard Schilhab pass. One play later, Schiluab scored from one-yard away and the Lobes led 14-0 Junior running back Paul Brown found the end zone again in the second quarter on a one-yard dive, and Brown would score his third touch- down of the game on the Lobes first drive of the second half, this time on a four-yard run that gave Leh- man a 28-7 lead. "I came into this game wanting to win for the se- niors," said Brown. "I've played with a lot of them for years so I wanted to do my job right. We went out and had fun instead of hanging our heads like we could have. I'm glad we all found something to play for and were able to send out our seniors with a win. We played as a team tonight." Lehman junior running back Paul Brown helped send the Lobe seniors out in style by leading the football team to a 28-20 win over Clem- ens in the season finale in November. Brown scored three touchdowns in the game and Lehman notched its first district victory of the year. 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