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+ Page 2B EducaUon Hays Free Press March 1,2017 A pair of Hays Rebels made the cut as members of the 25-6A All-District first team. Rebel senior Gabby Bosquez, who led the team with 15.4 points per game in 25 games played this season, along with Rebel Jada Finister, who tallied 11.1 points per game, were named to the first team. Two of Lehman's all-district selections, Meagan Zuniga and Crystal Montoya, will participate in the Chicken Express Hill Country All-Star Basketball Classic. FIRST TEAM HAYS Gabby Bosquez - Jr. Jada Finister - Sr. SECOND TEAM HAYS Jaden Williams - Sr. ii?!iiii!iii! i!!i!iiiiiiiliiiiiii!i!: =!i~i~!iii!ii iiiii!iiii~ %i!iSiii!iiiiiiiiiii i;i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiii HAYS FREE PRESS FILE PHOTOS Flays Rebel Jaden Williams goes for the basket against Lake Travis. Inset, Lehman Lob0 Crystal Montoya fends off a defender during a district game. (Browse and buy photos at bartonpublica- HONORABLE MENTION Breajee McMillian - Jr. Megan Andrews - Sr. SECOND TEAM LEHMAN Crystal Montoya - Sr. Sarah O'Neal - Jr. HONORABLE MENTIONS Meghan Zuniga - Sr. Maggie Castillo - Jr. e LOGAN MCCULLOUGH Lehman Lobos girls soccer remain winless in district after a second half collapse led to a 4-0 loss to the Lake Travis Lady Cava- liers Tuesday night in Kyle. Lehman came into tonight's game having lost 10 of its last 11 games, while the Cavaliers are winners of five of their last six contests. A penalty on Lehman inside of the penalty box provided Lake Travis with their first scoring oppor- trinity early in the game. However, the penalty kick was no good after Lehm- an's senior Maya Erwin made a spectacular dMng save. "I have been really for- tunate in the last four years to have Maya Er _n be our Next game The Lobos are back on the pitch Friday night as they travel north to Austin to take on the Westlake Chaparrals. goalkeeper," said Lehman head coach Nauri Garcia. In the four years Erwin has been Lehman's varsity goalkeeper the Lobos have made the playoffs twice, with the one exception being her sophomore year where they missed the playoff by only two points. Although the Lady Cava- liers were dominating time of possession, the Lehman defense performed under the "bend, bm don't breal4' philosophy. The Lobos allowed five shots on goal, constant opportunities - yet zero goals in the first 32 minutes of play. The lone Lake Travis goal came after freshman for- ward Haley Shaw stole the ball from a Lehman player and dribbled in for an tmassisted goal with eight minutes left in the half. The Lobo offense pro- duced one shot on goal in the first 40 minutes of play. Garcia said the key prob- lem with the Lobos' offense this year is succeeding in transition. "We have to be able to sustain an attack- we get started and then we just don't transition our number quick enough to keep the ball up from," said Garcia. "The best defense is always possessing the ball. In soccer if you hang back there long enough, they're gonna score." The second half started in the same fashion as the first with Lake Travis again dominating time of posses- siGn, however this time the opportunities awarded to them translated into goals. After a handball by Lehman, Lake Travis was awarded its second penalty kick of the contest. This time the Lobo goalkeeper had no chance as fresh- man forward Caroline Brooks dried a shot into the top left corner. Despite only one score in the first 40 minutes of play, the Lady Cavaliers managed to score three goals in the first five min- utes of the second half. The Lobo defense recomposed themselves after this debacle, not allowing another goal from the Cavaliers for the remainder of the game. However, Lehman con- tinued to fail to produce offensively. They found the occasional opporttmity, but recorded zero shots on goal in the second half. Hays Boys Soccer: Fall to Leander Continued from pg. 3B close. Hays added its third goal of the match with un- der five minutes to play. A fervent late rally, including two corner kicks, misfired and the Rebels lost their fourth consecutive game. "I think the match was anyone's match," Burnett said. "Ewe played five more minutes, we are tied back up. That's the waywe were playing. It was just one after the other. We scored, they equalized, we scored, they equalized." Hays' Gerardo Rodri- guez opened the game with a straightaway goal from 10 yards out. He almost added another goal later in the first half, but it was wiped away due to an offsides call. "I thought the offense did a great job all the way around," Burnett said. "The kids were playing hard, playing physical. playing aggressive. We had opportunities. Some went in. Some didn't." Less than two minutes after Rodriguez's goal, Leander responded with a goal of its own to tie the match. "I don't think it was a defensive breakdown and I don't think it was anything special they were doing," Bumett said. "They just won. That's it." Once the second half resumed - tied 1-1 at halftime - the Lions only needed 20 seconds to score the go-ahead goal. Kyle Vogel leaked oH past the Rebels backline and fired a goal in the back of the net against a back- pedaling goalkeeper. It was that kind of night for Hays, still searching for its first district win of the season. In 11 district matchups this season, the Rebels have been omscored by 28 goals. we can do is go oH each game and work as hard as we can," Burner said. "Sometimes there's just teams that are better than you." 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"We settled output in the contest,chose to attack the out- couldn't pull back into down after the first Cone, however, said side of the plate, which contention. couple of innings and we the Rebels hit the bail helped keep Cavalier bats The Cavaliers had two were good after that." "extremely well" during a off balance down the runners on base and the Hays rallied with a tournament last weekend stretch, tying run at the plate with vengeance in the fourth and got "good cuts" onValdez also battled two outs in the seventh frame, led by designated practice the day before heat-illness toward the inning, but Gabie Ale- player Jordan Tovar who the game. end of the game. man, who earned the compiled a single, double "Usually, when we're "I'm proud of her. She save, forced a ground out and four RBIs all in one down, we're kind of nega- didn't act like a sopho- to end the threat. haif-inning, tive about it," Tovar said. more tonight," Cone said. With Westlake on the During the course of "But we came out strong Lake Travis inched horizon Friday, Cone said the fourth inning, Hays and finished strong." closer to the Rebels in the the win was a boost of sent 13 batters to the With a 10-5 lead in fifth inning by scoring confidence for the Rebels. plate and received RBIs hand, Hays turned to two runs to cut the Rebel "This is huge for us. It from Brianna Rodriguez, pitcher Maxine Valdez,lead to 10-7. gives us confidence, to Lulu Arroyo, Illyana Cis- who earned the win by But for every Cavalier know we can hit the ball heros and Abbie Black- going 6.1 innings and response, Hays answered and come back from a well. giving up nine runs on six right back. The Rebels 5-0 deficit," Cone said. "I Tovar, who capped hits in the game. gathered two more runs know it's something we the fourth inning with Cone said Valdez in the bottom of the fifth can build on." ill[ ! i Ii / = I II ]!i iil jti ii ! It !i .......