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For more information, pLease contact Abi Detcamp: 5:1.2-523-O099 BY MARK CAUL Perez added another goal A few minutes lateT, Yesenia scoring on a break away after on an outstanding corner kick Marquez fired a rocket from taking a pass from Amanda midway through the second about 30 yards out that man- Valdez. half to close out the scoring, aged to strike the upper left Marquez finished the night After finally getting a break "We are playing outstand- corner of the goal and find its with another rocket from 30 from the weather gods, the Le- ing soccer right now," Lehman way into the net. yards out this time finding the hman High girls soccer team head coach Nauri Garcia said. Soto, a freshman, closed out right side of the net to close celebrated the picturesque "We have a lot of weapons on the first half scoring for Leh- out the scoring. conditions at Lobo Field with this team and we are starting man with another goal off an The Lady Lobos are cur- a district-opening 2-0 win over to gel as the season goes along, indirect kick by Marquez. rendy on a school record four- La Grange last week. Melindawas our most valuable "Max has been one of the game winning streak and are 2 The Lady Lobos came out player (against La Grange)." biggest surprises for our team," - 0 in district play. firing on all cylinders as their A few nights later, the Lady Garciasaid'"Shebegantheyear "Our goal is to make the aggressive offense out shot the Lobos were able to secure their on the freshman squad but we playoffs so we want to try and Lady Leopards 22-1in the first second district win with a 5-1 saw what a good player she get as many district wins as we half, but unfortunately didn't romp over Smithville. was and elevated her to varsity can," said Garcia. "These next have much to show for it un- The Lady Lobos took thejust before the Rebel Cup. She few games will be very impor- til the second half when Me- lead early as they opened the has a very bright future." tant for us." linda Perez scored the first of first halfwith anice crosspass The Lady Lobos continued The Lehman girls will face her two goals- finding the net from ]aszmine Rodriguez to to dominate the second half Bastrop on the road before from about 15 feet to give Leh- Max Soto for the first goal of with outstanding ball move- hosting Lockhart on Friday man a 1-0 lead. the contest, ment with ]aszmine Rodriguez night. RegistraUon begins for Pony baseball and softball STAFF REPORTS North Hays Optimist (NHO) Pony Baseball and Softball has begun its registration for the 2011 spring season. NHO of- fers Kinderball for 3 and 4 year olds, and baseball/softbaU for ages 5 to 16. NHO heads into its 6m season. NHO has also put a top level board of volunteers in place for the 2011 season, t9 facilitate the program. The new board president is long time NHO volunteer Amanda ]ackson. Jackson has five children who have all played or are still actively play- ing ball at NHO. Jackson said, "We are able to keep the reg- istration fees low, and the fa- cilities top notch due to great community support and ex- cellent volunteers." To join at NHO visit www. or callAmanda @ 512-237-0072. PHOTO BY LESLIE KELL " Outstanding 'Stangs Dahlstrom Middle School 7th grade A Team basketball completed an undefeated 7-0 district campaign on Monday night with a win in the season finale at Barton Middle School. District champions are: (front row, left to right) Ty Wilder and James Turner; (middle row) Matthew Oleson, Braeden Kent, Brandon McNeely, Hayden Hoekstra, Ryan Martinez and; (back row) Coach Casey Boggs, Kendall Stovall, Blake Wissen, Jax Kell and Coach Lorenzo zPooL + Hays Gids Basketball Continued from pg. 1 late, but Norris blocked a Catangal shot that went out of bounds off a Lady Buffs player with two seconds to play and Hays was able to run out the clock from there. "Cassia made the two biggest plays of the game," said Preuss. "She hasn't re- ceived enough credit this year and I was very proud of her for what she did for us tonight." Norris finished with 10 points and seven rebounds for Hays. ]aleasa ]ones led Hays with 15 points, while Nicole Alcantara had lz assises for ~e Lady Rebs. Hays has only one regular season game left, on the road Tuesday against Lockhart. The Lady Rebs have clinched second or third place in 27-4A and will likely play ei- ther Medina Valley or Boeme Champion in the first round of the playoffs. s Hays Gids Soccer Continued from pg. 1 by senior Lena New. "I think it's pretty appar- ent this team is growing up quick," Reynolds said. "We came out of the gate in dis- trict fast, and that was our goal." Friday in non-district ac- tion against Canyon Lake, Cruz, Blanks and Bmcie Harris scored in a 3-0 win. The news wasn't all good orthe Lady Rebels, as Cruz suffered a broken wrist Fri- daynight. "It was tough to see be- cause she's been playing very well," Reynolds said. "We definitely hope to get '7 think it's pretty apparent this team is growing up quick. We came out of the gate in distriict fast, and that was our goal." - Cole Reynolds, Hays girls soccer coach her back stooner rather than later." Some pcasilive news from the in)jury front is that three Lady Rebels who have missed significant time this season - Har- ris, and defenders ]essica Crockett and Leslie Simo- neaux; retunaed to action. "We've been playing very well defensively, but having Jessica and Leslie back will make us that much better," Reynolds said. "It was great to see us get all of them back on the field." Hays plays LaGrange at home before hosting Smithville at 6 p.m. Friday night at Shelton Stadium in District 49-4A action. 800-982-2386 uterwin Convenience charges may apply. All information subject to change. Subscribe to Be the First to Know at +