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+ ...... STA Program beneficiaries Head Start program. - Page 1D praise February 13, 2013 Page 1B im BY RAFAEL MARQUEZ game. From then on, the Tivy die and trying to score points on Tivy began to pay off during the Antlers would take and hold on their own. The Rebels took a lot fourth quarter when the Rebels to the lead and would not relin- of shots towards the basket, but took the lead for the first time quish it for the first three quar- the majorityofthem missed,during the game. The Rebels The Hays Rebels and the Ker- ters of regular play. At the half, Tivy led Hays by were using every play in their rvil]e Tivy Antlers faced off in During the first two quarters six points-Hays 24, Tivy 30. repertoire to put points on the what was a "win it to stay in it" of play, Tivywas methodical and When the second half started, board and it was working for situation for the Rebels. The two would take their time to set up both the crowd in the gym and them. teams were very evenly matched their shots. At times it seemed the Hays defense on the court With 50 seconds ]eft in the both offensively and defensive- as if the game had stoppedstepped it up. They were no regular period, the score stood ly. Despite a Herculean effort while the Tivy players figured longer waiting for Tivy to set up at Hays 48 and Tivy 46. by both teams, the Hays Rebels out where they were supposed their shots and were relentless The Rebels tried to maintain walked away with the win after to be. The Rebel defense just applying pressure on the Ant- possession of the ball away from three overtime periods, waited for them to get setup, lers. Tivy but with 12 seconds left in The final score- Hays 66, Ker- Offensively, during the first The Rebels dialed up the in- the game, the Rebels were called rvilleTivy61, half, the Rebels seemed a bit tensity during the third quar- for a double dribble foul and The scoring started from the rushed and disorganized.Where ter but they still trailed by two Tivy immediately called a tim- beginning whistle. Both teams Tivy was taking their time to set points, 36-38, at the beginning eout. managed to score two points up their shots, the Rebelp]ayers of the fourth quarter. withinthefirst30secondsofthe were simply rushing up the mid- The defensive pressure on HAYS BOYS BASKETBALL, pg. 2B PHOTO BY RAFAEL MARQUEZ Hays Rebel Stephen Jass drives to the basket in an exciting game against Kerrville Tivy. Hays took the game in the third overtime period 66-61. PHOTO BY CYNDY SLOVAK-BARTON Christian Varela takes a header over La Grange players, as the Rebels shutout the Leopards 5-0. BY RAFAEL MARQUEZ The Hays Rebels boys soccer team shut out the La Grange Leopards Fri- day with a 5-0 win. From the moment the opening whistle blew, the game was completely dominated by the Hays Rebels. Omar Rangel opened the score- board early for the Rebels with a goal barely two and a half minutes into the game. Four and a half minutes later, Rangel would score again, making the score 2-0, only seven minutes into the game. La Grange suffered from some very sloppy passing in the opening half. They never quite seemed to get their offense organized enough to mount an offensive drive against Hays. It would not be until there were less than 17 minutes left in the first half that La Grange's Marco Cerda would be able to take a shot at the Hays goal post. Cerda's shot went wide and See REBEL BOYS SOCCER, pg. 2B PHOTO BY CYNDY SLOVAK-BARTON Lehman senior Jules Hernandez tags an Akins baserunner out at third in what turned out to be an exciting game, with the Lady Lobos winning 15-11. The game had been tied 8-8 at the bottom of the sixth. More online at BY MOSESLEOSIII The Lady Lobos began the contest on a torrid pace, utilizing strong transition play and adept passing to take a 20-11 lead af- After 14 grueling district con- ter one-quarter, the lead padded tests, both Lehman and Boeme with a powerful 9-2 run midway Champion's girls basketball teams through the period. found themselves in a rather odd "We had more transition op- predicament; both squads were portunities in the first quarter, 7-7, with both teams splitting the which led to open looks for our season series at one win apiece, shooters," said junior guard Olivia Therefore, per UIL rifles, a 15th Marzui]o, who finished the game "tiebreaker" game - a "winner- with 13points. take-all," if you wig - would be Things quickly changed in necessary to settle who would the second quarter, as the Lobos move on to postseason play. struggled to mimic the same suc- The Lehman Lady Lobos put eess in the transition game. Cham- forth a gritty, courageous effort in pion's defense was able to adjust the27-4AdistricttiebreakeronFri- to the Lady Lobo's up-tempo style day night in Seguin, but the team of play, frequently stonewalling could not hold down the offensive the Lady Lobos from pushing firepower of Boeme Champion. the floor. Lehman would commit Champion bests Lehman 57-55, turnovers, which gave Champion's concluding the Lady Lobos' 2012- prolific offense extra possessions 2013 campaign one game short of postseason glory. LOBO GIRLS BASKETBALL, pg. 2B PHOTO BY MOSES LEOS III Lehman senior post Ashley Stephens (left) takes a shot beyond the reach of Boerne Champion defenders in the 27-4A district tiebreaker game on Feb. 8th. Lehman fought hard, but ultimately fell 57-55. The Lady Lo- bos' season ends with an 18-18 record. at crosstown BY JOSHUA YOUNG Lehman and Hays boys basketball teams played a dose, physical contest on Friday with playoff implications on the line for the Rebels. As with the first match, the game went to overtime, but this time Hays prevailed with a 63-59 vic- tory to keep their playoffhopes alive. Lehman senior De'Andre Carson fol- lowed up a career game Tuesday night with a valiant 26 point effort in his last game in front of the home crowd. Hays spread the scoring around, hitting timely 3 pointers and hustling for loose balls and offensive rebotmds. Leading the Rebels on the night were Stephen ]ass and Jacob Rodriguez with 15 and 13 points. The Lobos finish the reg- ular season on Tuesday night at Boerue Champion, while the Rebels have a must win game with Kerrville Tlvy. The Lobos boys soccer team remained undefeated in district play as they de- feated the Giddings Buffaloes Friday night, 4-1. Senior Eli Guajardo opened the scoring with 2 goals, followed by sophomore Rene Tones, and finished by freshmen Diego Garcia with a penalty kick. A showdown with the Lockhart Li- ons looms on Tuesday night as Lehman looks to close out the first half of district play with a 6-0 record. WEEKLY SCORES GIRLS SOFTBALL: Hays beats Bowie 4-2 Lehman beats Akins 5-11 GIRLS SOCCER: Hays beats La Grange 7-0 Lehman beats Giddings 2-0 BOYS SOCCER: Hays beats La Grange 5-0 Lehman beats Lockhart 4-0 Lehman beats Giddings 4-0 GIRLS BASKETBALL: Lehman loses to Boerne Champion 57-55 SA Brackenridge beats Hays 61-35 BOYS BASKETBALL: Hays beats Lehman 63-59 mI BY MOSES LEOS III There was only one thought process that went through fans' minds prior to Tuesday night's bi-district round match-up be- tween San Antonio Bracken- ridge and Hays. That thought was: something's got to give. On one side, you had Brack- enridge, which entered the game winning 8 of their last 9, utilizing a powerful offensive at- tack that averages 60 points per contest. On the other, the Hays Lady Rebels, who won their final five games of the year, backed by a stifling defense that only allowed 35 points per game. The Hays LadyRebels defense second quarter, as the team held Hays concludes the season withdown Brackenridge's offense by challenging them in the paint. A a 24-10 record and finishes as strong effort from Duggar and junior post Jill Borreson forced co-champions of District 27-4Asivelythe LadYfromEagleSthe perimeter.t shoot exclu- Hays took advantage, as the would ultimately succumb to Breann Hemandez, who had a offense rolledwith the momen- the prowess of Brackenritlge. game-high 14 points, Bracken- tum, raUyingfromadouble-dig- The Lady Eagles defeated Hays ridge jumped to an 11-3 lead, it deficit to cut the Lady Eagle 61-35, eliminating the Lady 18-5 after the first quarter, lead to 31-23 at halftime. Rebels frompostseason, ending "We tried our best to stop 'At halftime, (Hays head Hays' 2012-2013 campaign. (Brackenridge) from driving the coach Danny) Preuss told us Brackenridge began the con- lane early on. We tried our best that we were only down by test by asserting their aggres- to block out and gain the often- four shots. We tried our best to siveness on the floor. Using a sive and defensive rebounds," work our way back into the ball high-tempo style, Brack created said LadyRebeljunior post play- game," said Hays senior guard matchup issues for the Rebels, er Jordyne Duggar, who scored Lindsey McCurdy, who finished which struggled to contain the eight points on the night, with a team-high 10 points. intensity of the Lady Eagle play- The Lady Rebels would per- ers. With the aid ofjunior guard form better on defense in the LADY REBEL BASI(]EgiALL, pg. 2B PHOTO BY MOSES LEOS III Hays junior post Jordyne Duggar (center) drives the lane against San Antonio Bracken- ridge defenders in Tuesday night's UIL Bi-district playoff game at Canyon Lake High School. Duggar finished the game with eight points, but the Rebels fell 61-35 to SA Brackenridge, eliminating Hays from postseason play. Hays' sea- son concludes with a 24-10 record. .k