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Page 4B EBUCAlWN Hays Free Press March 9, 2011 + + PHOTO BY PAUL ANDBIUI"CH Hays High School Criminal Justice Team members swept to an outstanding showing at their recent Skills USA Cdminal Justice district competition in Waco. Among highlights were five first places in events and a state-qual- ifying project. Most of the teem moves on to state competition later this month. The team includes (back, left to nght) Cns Partidas, Thomas Shannon, Meiyssa Harveil, Caitlin Quigley; (front, left to right) sponsor Jeanne Mor- riss, John Michael Ibarra-Peyton, Sharon Klingemann, Raymond Hayes, Chris Snoeberger, and Tony Tovar. HS Cdminal Justice sends big group to state STAFFRBa(IffS justifiablybeamingwithprideon Snoeberger and Raymond her teards return from the district Hayes for FelonyTraffic Stop and An impressive array of first competition, noting, %ll of their Thomas Shannon, Cris Panidas place finishes paced the Hays hard work and dedication really and Melyssa Harvell for Crime High School Criminal Justice paidoff.I~nsOpmudoftheraI" Scene Investigation. The Hays Team at the Skills USA Criminal Apair0findividualfustplaces Quiz Bowl team of Shannon, ]ustice District Meet in Waco. went . Oaristian Thompson, 11, Partidas, Snoeberger N0 fewer than six first place those beingintheFirefight- and Caitlyn Quigleg intruded wins highlighted the Hays effort, er and First Aid/CPR categories, out the Rebel spread of first~ ~ach advancing one or more 1o- Sharon Klingemann did a first Recognition also went to cal students to their upcoming place, state-qualifyingproject as team members John Michael state meet in Corpus Christi late an individual. Ibarra-Peyton and Tony Tovar this month. Other first place showings who earned a fourth place in Sponsor Jeanne Morris was came on the efforts of Chris Building Search. School Briefs Continued from pg. 3B Hawks garage sale set Don't miss this Satur- day's Hemphill Elementary Hawks PTA-sponsored Community Garage Sale in the Hawks' campus park- ing lot.Vendor slots are still available, priced at $7, for individuals to seB arts, crafts, toys, clothes, furm- ture, or rummage items. For more information or to purchase a slot, con- tact PTA President ]anell Briones at hespta@hay- or brionesjaneli@ e . "The Auto Window Wedge" Patent I tdla0 Prmlact www.$himJim.0m P.O. Box 1020 Buda, TX 78610 512-618-7947 If you need a discreet and temporary solution to hold up your window until you can get it fixed then the Shim Jim is for you. Call 512-618-7947 or email customerservice@shimjim.c0m to place your order. PHOTO BY ~E Lehman High School's Cdmlnei Justice Teem shows off some of its hardware, won at a recent competition and illus- trating the effort that sends all eight students to upcoming state competition at Texas State University. They include (back, left to right) ~ Jose Vatgas, Franlde DeLeon, Sergeant Matt Robledo, Elroy Trevino, Evan Floras; (front row, left to right) Jose Matfll, Captain Jazmine Roddguez, Helen Jam; (front) sponsor Erica Williamson. ' Lehman Criminal Justice sends eight to state STAFF RBZORT The Lehman High School Criminal Justice Team is in full competition gear for the year, having returned from a recent meet that qualified all eight of its members for the state level of competition later this month at Texas State University. Spon- sored by Erica Wmiamson, the full team includes Iazmine Ro- ~oeZ, Jose Vargas, Matt Rob- , Frankie DeLeon, Elroy Trevino, Evan Rotes, Jose Mata and Helene lara. gh.ghtmg the meet action were four event first place finishes for the Lobos, those going to DeLeon in Ob- stacle Course-Male, Rodriguez in Fingerprinting, Mata in Fire Fighting Halyard Skill, and Mata in Fire Fighting Donut Roll Skill. Additionally, the team took a trio of seconds, Including SWAT Extraction fRodriguez, Robledo, ]ara, Vargas, Trevino, Flores), Fire Fighting Halyard Skill for DeLe- on, and Fire Fighting Donut Roll Skill for Vargas. 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