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Page 2B SPORTS Hays Free Press January 25, 2012 + STAFF REPORTS Offensive struggles plagued the Tex- as State women's basketball team Sat- urday as the Bobcats lost 67-53 to rival University of Texas-San Antonio at the Convocation Center in San Antonio. The Bobcats are now 2-2 on the Southland Conference season and 10-7 overall. UTSA jumped out to a 24-8 lead in the first half before Texas State ended the frame on a 13-4 run. Jasmine Bau- gus led the charge during the stretch as Texas State cut the gap to 28-21 at the break. Texas State scored most of its points from. the free throw line in the first half. The Bobcats were 11-of-15 at the charity stripe in the first 20 minutes, led by Kaylan Martin who was 5-of-6. The Bobcats came out on fire in the second half, starting the period on a 14-9 run, to cut the Roadrunner lead to just 37-35. However UTSA would respond, going on a 6-0 spurt of its own to make it 43-35. The two teams traded buckets for most of the second half, with Texas State only able to claw back to within 50-45. UTSA was able to use clutch shooting down the stretch to hold off Texas State. The Roadrunners had a 51.9 shooting percentage in the sec- ond half. Texas State will return to action on Jan. 25 at 7 p.m., when the Bobcats host Texas A&M-Corpus Christil Last season the Bobcats swept the season series against the Islanders. PHOTO COURTESY OF TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT Kaylan Martin and the Texas State women's basketball team fell behind early on the road against Texas-San Antonio, rallied, but ultimately the Roadrunners had enough left in the tank to hold on for a 67-53 victory. Kyle ANmai Hospital I00 Ha[[ Professional Center 268-5003 o www, PETS HAVE TEETH TOOl Although pet dental health is important year round; February is National Pet Dental Hearth Month. During February, Kyle Animal. Hospital is offering 15% off all dental procedures. Don't put off your pet's teeth any longer! As always, you may contact us at 512-268-5003, or visit our website J I ......... ADWARE SPYWARE MALWARE VIRUSES A ;ii: On-Site Removal (requires broadband CO~ PUT~WE~S internet access) Norton Internet Security and Anti-Virus 2010 I Mfr. Rebates Available to Previous Owners Hays vs, Lehman Girls Continued from pg. 1B McCurdy was at the line with a chance to give Hays the lead five seconds later. She made the first, but missed the second. That's when Dugger swooped in for the rebound and layup to give Hays a 47- 44 advantage. Lehman had one last chance to tie it, but Emma Martinez's three-pointer was off the mark. "We just had to stay calm and not let all the chaos af- fect us," Hays guard Nicole Alcantara said. "We really wanted to show them the first game wasn't how it was supposed to be between the two teams." Hays, which was paced by Rachel Calabrese's 15 points, improves to 6-3 in district play and has a solid chance at second place in the district race. The Lady Rebs host Ala- mo Heights Friday night. The Lady Lobos, who were led byAriana Gallegos' 13 points, fall to 3-6 in District 27-4A. They are in dire need of a win at district-leading Canyon Friday night to stay in the playoff hunt. "We had them on the ropes," Lehman head coach lamie Coy said after Tuesday night's loss. "We didn't run the full-court press that had been working so well at the very end and we lost a chance to get another very big win. I didn't really feel Hays beat us. I thought we had them, we just didn't execute down the stretch." en:::eonatiens:aMd ~adoptions; .................................. 500 '~:JAIl:~ani~l~;ami~t~ #aeeinat~0hi~d: spay[net~er?ea; mi~m~Npped:~nd iaew0~. 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That's In the consolation finals, been one of our problemsLehman tied McNeil 0-0 this year, it's not that we can't in regulation, but won 4-2 handle the high level teams, on penalty kicks as Valerie it's that we don't figure ou~ Murillo, Bailey, Parsons and we can until we've dug our- Max Soto scored for the Lady selves a deficit." Lobos. Reynolds said with dis- Both Jessica Maffet and Ev- trict play starting Jan. 31 at elyn Martinez played strong home against LaGrange, aas Lehman's goal keepers game against a strong foe like during the tournament. Georgetown was good for the "We were really happy with Lady Rebs. the wav we played defensive- "l told our team afterward ly in the tournament," said it was exactly what we need- Lehman head coach Nauri ed." Reynolds said. "George- Garcia. "We've really played town showed us what we great defense all season long, need to work on. ThOse are only allowing seven goals the kind of teams you see in in nine games. Once our of- the playoffs. Nowit's up to us fense starts to come around to see if we're up to the task." we're going to be in real good Lehman started the Rebelshape." Cup with a loss to eventual Lehman opens the dis- tournament runner-up Trin- trict season Jan. 31 against ity 2-0 before coming ondefending league champion strong. Bastrop, The Lady Lobos Lehman beat two straightmade the playoffs for the foes they will see later in dis- second time in team his- trict play, topping Lockhart tory last season, finishing 3-0 and Giddings 2-0. fourth in district before get- Against Giddings, the ting knocked out of the first game was scoreless until Le- round of the playoffs. hman scored two goals in the "This year our goal is not final seven minutes. Hayley to settle for fourth," Garcia Parsons assisted on a Shayla said. "Our goal is to be right Seegar goal, and Seegar as- there in the battle for the first sisted on a Pressley Bailey or second spot and I think we goal to help give Lehman the have the team to do it." 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