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+ 'prebelsports @hfplobosports GET AMPED Hays County non-profits enter Amplify Austin - Page 1C February 25, 2015 * Page 1B PHOTO BY CYNDY SLOVAK-BARTON Anthony Lewis flies high over the shoulder of a Westwood defender during the second quarter of the Hays High playoff game. Hays advances in the playoffs, playing Klein Forest Friday. BY MOSES LEOS III An emphatic dunk from sophomore Charles three Warriors scored in double figures Tuesday. Bohannon led the Rebels with 20 points, while Westwood senior Alec Zess scored a game high Bohannon capped a 21 points. tale of two halves for Hays advances to play the Hays Rebels in a" ........ Klein Forest on Friday- 70-62 playoffwin overat Hearne High School. the Westwood WarriorsA time for Friday's game Tuesday at Bales Gym. Three Rebels and HAYS BOYS HOOPS, 2B Hays Rebel Chase Lindsey (17) rears back to take a shot on goal as the prepares to defend in Tuesday's district game at Lobo Field. PHOTO BY TRACY STIRMAN Lehman Lobos goalkeeper and defender Eric Espinoza BY SPENCER SPILMAN the weather Tuesday the game in a 1-1 tie. chance. night. Lehman had the Hays had the majority Both teams had their majority of chances in of the scoring chances in -~ .......... fair share ofchancesto,the first half but couldn't the second half, but they It was a cold, nasty score several goals, but put the ball in the net. also struggled to put the night for soccer, but the in the end each team was Lobos' ]orge Balderas hit ball in the net. Hays head Lehman Lobos and Hays only able to put up one the cross-bar on a shot, Rebels battled through goal apiece and ended but that was their bestREBEL-LOBO SOCCER, 2B D= m Third baseman Abby Blackwell barely misses a tag at third during the Lady Rebels' 11-0 loss to Lake Travis Tuesday night during a cold game at Haysl Hays travels Friday to Del Valle before taking on Lehman March 3. PHOTO BY CYNDY SLOVAK-BARTON BY RYAN MAYNER Seven runs in the first two innings guided the Lake Travis Cavaliers to an 11-0 victory over the Hays Lady Rebels in six innings Tuesday at Lady Rebel Softball Field. Lake Travis had 13 hits and one error, while Hays had six hits and three errors. Hays shortstop Alyssa Martinez was a highlight for the Rebels. Martinez went three-for- three at the plate and made several excellent defensive plays, including a put-out at home. However, despite reaching third base twice, HAYS SOFTBALL, 2B BY MOSES LEOS III Goals were plentiful for the Hays Lady Rebels on Friday as they cruised tO a convincing 7-0 win over the Akins Lady Eagles at Shelton Stadium. For head coach Brent Holcomb, keeping the momentum will be a crucial point to work on. "I think the gifts are want to win more, especially now are going to against the second round [of district play]," Holcomb said. "They are getting excited for the second half." Hays took a 2-0 lead off of goals from Gaitan and junior Kayla Humphries. A third goal was added at the 38th minute via a set piece. Hays Lady Rebel Gabi Elsner capitalized on a corner kick, heading the ball into the upper 90 to give Hays a 3-0 lead. Cowher and the offense struck again less than a minute later. Off a run down the flank, Cowher found open space and snuck a goal past the goalkeeper for a 4-0 lead that held at halftime. Gaitan said getting into a flow offensively allowed the Lady Rebel offense to exploit Akins' undermanned defense. Holcomb said the team maintained numbers while on the attack; something he said they have been working on. He was encouraged by their ability to "keep up with each other." Cowher attributed the team's offensive success to stepping into Akins defenders and winning :balls. In turn, LADY REBEL SOCCER, 2B BY RAFAEL MARQUEZ A loss to the Bowie Bull- dogs Friday at Lobo Field places the Lehman Lady Lo- bos soccer team's hopes for a playoff berth in jeopardy. Three goals from Bowie were too much for Lehman in a 3-0 loss; one of the Bowie goals came from a penalty kick. Lehman's offense seemed disorganized and rushed when compared to the Lady Bulldog offense. For every LADY LOBO SOCCER, 2B Repu ta t, n Is No 3 great iocations near you: Austin Dripping Springs Kyle 11740 Manchaca Rd. 3990 Highway 290 21681 IH-35 292-1060 894-3888 .262-101 : Check the status of your vehicle online! e .... II ! i ii I ', II I II II