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+ Hays Free Press February 25, 2015 SPORTS Page 2B TEXAS STATEWIDE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING NETWORK Rebel-Lobe Soccer Continued from pg. 1B coach Jason Burnett told into the net to break the his team to keep fighting tie and give Hays the 1-0 until the final whistle, lead. "We just made a few "It was go big or go adjustments, and I told home. I just tried to take them it was all about advantage of the minutes playing 40 more minutes I got to play tonight and and trying to finish," he I took the shot," said said. Lakes. It looked like Lehman Lehman bounced back would be the first to just six minutes later. score in minute 53 when After the ball bounced Rene Torres took a shot around, it found the feet towards the far post. of Balderas and he put a However, the ball hit the seemingly harmless ball inside of the post and towards the net. The ball bounced out of harm's happened to find the way. corner of the net to tie The first goal came the game. from the Rebels with just Lehman coach Bob over 15 minutes to play. Baker and his team have Logan Lakes sent a high been in the situation a lob towards the box from few times this season, almost 30 yards out and "We are used to bat- it was perfect distance, tling back from a goal The ball floated right down this year so it's over the goalie's head and nothing new,, said Baker. PHOTO BY WAYLAND CLARK Getting in the swing Hays High tennis player Zach Curry prepares to serve up the ball during his match with Dripping Springs' Sam Moody- Wong. The Rebel tennis team matched up with the Dripping Springs Ti- gers in a warm up match for the spring season on February 18 at Dripping Springs High School. Hays Softball: Cavs mn role Lady Rebs Continued from pg. 1B Martinez was not able to sooner than expected, as putting up four runs in score. Hays left six base weather forced the start the frame. runners stranded, time to be moved up by"You know;they came Hays senior Kara Davis 90 minutes, out hitting the ball and lasted only 1.1 inning in Lake Travis held a 1-0we didn't do that," Lady the circle. She struck out lead before Alyssa Dick- Rebel head coach Lisa two batters but conceded ens delivered an opposite Cone said. "We had to an- three walks, four hits and field two-run home run. swer back at some point, five earned runs. Her blast gave Lake Travis and did not." Lady Rebel Nadia Netek a 3-0 advantage after an The Cavaliers put the pitched well in relief, go- inning of play. game away in the sixth in- ing 4.2 innings. She had Dickens, who went ning, scoring four runs. two walks, seven hits and 3 for 4, finished with a Hays is 2-2 overall, 0-1 four earned runs. home run, a triple andin District 14-6A. Lake Lake Travis pitcher Zoe five RBIs for the LadyTravis improves to 5-3, Bacon pitched a five hit, Cavaliers. She leads the 1-0 on the young season. complete game shutout, district in home runs and The Lady Rebels travel to Bacon finished with two runs batted in. play DelValle on Febru- strikeouts and no walks. Lake Travis padded itsary 27 before hosting rival Tuesday's game began lead in the second inning, Lehman on March 3. Lady Rebel Soccer: Strikes down Akins 7-0 Continued from pg. 1B it allowed the team to match; it gave Hays a they head into the second combine passes, creating commanding 6-0 lead. half of district play. runs, primarily along the Attacking the midfieldGetting off to a faster flank, became the tactic in the start will be the key for The Lady Rebels second half for Hays. Holcomb. continued their Cowher said the team "It's so we have onslaught into the second "didn't have enough work momentum and not half. Cowher began in the in the midfield" in the letting the momentum 66th minute by blasting first half. slip away when things home her second goal; a Hays' Nicole Lewis do to well early," he shot that zipped past the tallied the final goal late said. having the Akins goalkeeper, in the match to put the confidence to know we Gaitan followed game away. can hang with Austin and minutes later by scoringFor Gaitan, the win was Bowie and that we belong her second goal of the a "confidence booster" as in this district." Lady Lobe Soccer: Bowie collars Lobes Continued from pg. 1 B five Lady Bulldog at- Bowie managed three out with the ball and on tempts on goal, the Lady fast attacks on the Lobe the attack. Lobes only managed goal within the first five During the second one. minutes of the second half, the Lady Lobes The Lady Lobes strug- half. Lobe goalkeeper " would not manage to gled with missed passes Maya Erwin was able tomake a kick on the Bowie and an almost porous stop all of those kicks goal until the 11:50 mark. midfield, with relative ease. After the game, Lobe The Bulldogs scored But a Lobe player Head Coach Nauri their first goal with 11:25 committed a foul inside Garcia said the Lobes left in the first half. the box, giving Bowie a were outplayed and out Lehman tried to penalty kick. coached by a very tough respond, but were not Bowie capitalized and opponent. able to put together a scored its second goal of Depending on the cohesive attack on the the game with 33:44 left results of other district Bulldog goal. in the second half. games, a playoff berth The most aggressive The Bulldogs scored for the Lady Lobes is play from the Lobes in again as a result of apossible but it is very the first half came from botched Lobe defensiveunlikely at this point in Alexis Sanchez. Lehman's play with 28:48 left in the the season. Had the Lady senior midfielder at- match to take a 3-0 lead. Lobes won, they would tempted to score with a Both teams battled have been in a much bet- booming kick from more out in the midfield, but ter position. than 20 yards out. the Bulldogs were moreThe Lady Lobes are However, Bowie led organized and aggressive 4-4-1 in district and 7-5- Lehman 1-0. and would usually come1 overall. I 111"11111 Jill I Illll lU I n ~ ~ ~ ~ lille 1 I i'~ HI m I i I . ~ TexSCAN Week of , ! o" r-ll~'ll|l:l,.'%$[e]'.l'=[e]:lllI'|llll:l.'! February 22, 2015 A CHILDLESS MARRIED couple seek to ENTREPRENEUR NEEDED: trustworthy, adopt. Love, Happiness, and Bright Future. credible, professional who will develop g *, Financial security. Expenses paid. Let's help business relationships with local small each other. Lisa and Eric 1-855-983-3121 businesses. 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The Reb- els held off a late West- wood rally in the final minute, with Bohannon scoring a dunk as time expired to seal the deal for Hays. The focus now turns to Friday's game against state ranked Klein Forest. Lunz said refocusing on defense and rebounding are pivotal points. "Klein Forest has size," Lunz said. "We have to focus in on getting good defense and rebounding when we get the chance." Plantings such as these near electrical equipment make access difficult and unsafe for linemen. Westwood straggled to adjust to a reinvigorat- ed and tenacious Rebel defense. It led to several turnovers that the of- fense capitalized on. "Once we realized they couldn't handle that intensity, we stepped that up," Bo- hannon said. The Rebels went on to outscoreWestwood 19-12 in the third frame, highlighted by a three-pointer from Krafka that gave Hays a 45-44 lead. The Rebels led 49-48 heading into the fourth quarter. But it was Krafka's three-pointer that breathed life back in to the Rebels. 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