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+ @hfplobosports SCHOOL ZONING Hays school district rezones elementary and middle schools - Page 3B January 13, 2016 Page 1B PHOTOS BY RAFAEL MARQUEZ Hays Lady Rebel guard Choon Hee Chae (right) attempts to keep the ball away from a Lake Travis Cavalier defender Tuesday at Bales Gym. Hays claimed a key 59-44 district win over Lake Travis. Below: Hays Lady Rebel sophomore Gabby Bosquez (2) prepares to take a shot as Lake Travis Cavalier senior Kaylie Kirkpatrick (25) plays in defense Tuesday at Bales Gym. BY MIKE BLACKWELL Hays Rebel head coach Danny Preuss had a rather unique reaction Tuesday after his team Travis dropped to 4-4. Several teams are bunched together in the district standings, with each team having a handful of games remaining. Hays and Lake Travis beat the Lake Travis have split their two Cavaliers in a big district g.ames this season, but game-59~214 af Bales .......... ~ :~he~Ehdy Reb~l~ hold the Gym. advantage. "I just told the girls, After leading 17-9 'Congratulations, we at the end of the first made the playoffs,'" quarter, the two teams said Preuss, "and they played a sluggish looked at me kind of offensive game in the dumbfounded and I second quarter. said, 'Exactly. We haven't Hays built a 22-15 done anything yet.'" halftime lead. The Lady While the Rebels Rebels then pulled didn't actually clinch a away 40-26 at the end of playoff spot, the Lady the third quarter, then Rebels did push further survived a mini-run by ahead of Lake Travis in Lake Travis in the fourth the district standings quarter to complete the with the win. Hays is now 6-3, whil.e Lake LADY REB BASKETBALL, 2B A Lehman High basketball Westlake High player plays game at the Lobo Den. PHOTO BY CHAPARRAL PHOTO player attempts to take a shot as a in defense during Friday's district BY SPENCER SPILMAN The Lehman Lobo bas- ketball team hosted the Westlake Chaparrals in a tough district matchup Friday night in the Lobo Den. Despite a strong Lehman first half, the Chaps pulled away in the second half and claimed a 63-37 win. Early in the game, Lehman cranked up its defense and flustered the Wesflake offense. The Chaps played right into the Lehman press, which forced them to turn the ball over on several possessions. Even with the turn- overs, Westlake stayed close and eventually took a 7-6 lead after a low scoring first quarter. The second quarter brought more scoring, but the Lobo defense continued to frustrate the Chaps. Lehman guard Aaron Rodriguez and post Kameron Edwards led the team in scoring. Rodriguez had a game high 15 points while Edwards finished with LOBO BOYS HOOPS, 2B PHOTO BY CHAPARRAL PHOTO Hays Rebel senior Turner James (8) actively watches as the soccer ball floats in midair in front of the goal during a pool-play game against the Marble Falls Mustangs at the Hays Rebel Cup. |m BY SPENCER SPILMAN The Hays Rebels soccer team hosted their annual Rebel Cup this weekend with disappointing results. The Rebels battled in a tough pool of teams, hav- ing to play Cedar Creek, Marble Falls, and a high scoring Connally team. Cedar Creek and Marble Falls finished the tournament in fifth and second place respectively. Hays finished the tourna- ment having scored only one goal. Hays opened the tournament with a game LOBO HOOPS, 2B Lehman Lobo goalkeeper Gerrado Villasana takes a forward dive to corral the soccer ball district opener against the Bowie Bulldogs at Lobo Field~ PHOTO BY MOSES LEOS Ill in front of the net during Tuesday's m BY MOSES LEOS III much of the momentum the ball through the air Bulldogs tallied a second Hays Free Press Editor in the early going. Anagainst Bowie's tallerscore roughly six min- effective Bowie midfield back line also posed utes later to take a com- helped the Bulldogs problems. The inabil- manding 2-0 lead into It was a tale of two maintain possession ity to combine on the halftime. halves for the Lehman in their end of the field ground also was an issue. Lehman returned with Lobo soccer team Tues- for most of the first 40 'Tknyfime we touched an aggressive response in day in its district opener minutes, the ball today, they were the second half. against the Bowie Bull- Lehman head coach on us immediately," Led by their forwards, dogs at Lobo Field. Brad Baker said a solid Baker said. "We changed the Lobos were able to But a pair of Bowie Bowie defense limited that in the second half turn the tables on Bowie goals scored in the Lehman's ability to move and caused them to and dominate posses- first 20-plus minutes the ball forward. Lehman struggle." sion. proved too large a hill for struggled to get its of- Bowie took advantage Baker said changing Lehman to mount as the fense into the scoringwhen they scored off of up his defensive struc- Lobos fell 2-0. third in the first half. a set piece with 25:27 The Bulldogs held Attempting to pass left in the first half. The LOBO BOYS SOCCER, 2B .... i" i ....... I i!=, il