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+ HaysFreePress., GRIEF COUNSELING HCISD counselors help staff cope with loss. - Page 3B re ress students, March 29, 2017 Page 1B an musc] past BY MOSES LEOS III In the face of what could have been a bit- tersweet moment Fri- day, Hays Rebel senior forward Maya Hood showed a broad smile. After enduring 71-plus minutes of a physically dominant San Antonio Reagan Rattler back line, Hood fought to score the Rebels' lone goal in a 5-1 bidistrict playoff round loss. But there was a silver lining beyond the end of the season and beyond Hood's last goal of her high school career. For Hood, Friday's game meant finally be- ing able to play in the postseason. "This is my first time making it past district, so it meant something," Hood said. "I'm glad we could (make the play- offs) as a team. This is the team I wanted to do it with." Hays quickly found itself in a hole against a state ranked Reagan team that reached the state semifinals a year previous. After tallying a goal within the first ten min- utes of play, Reagan pad- HAYS GIRLS SOCCER, 2B Hays Rebel Cianne Talamo uses her body Rattler defender Friday at Texas Lutheran and her right leg to hold University in Seguin. PHOTO BY MOSES LEOS III off a San Antonio Reagan Lehman High head football coach to his players after a practice. BY MOSES LEOS III For only the second time in its history, the Lehman High athlet- ics program will begin searching for its next leader. On Thursday, the Pflugerville ISD Board of Trustees approved Todd Raymond as that district's next athletic director. Raymond, who was hired by Hays CISD in 2012, is the current head football coach HAYS FREE PRESS FILE PHOTO Todd Raymond speaks and athletic coordina- tor at Lehman High. Raymond was hired to helm the Lobo athletics program after former head coach Steve Davis resigned. Following approval by the PISD board, the next step is to begin the process of completing paperwork, which is expected to take place next week, Raymond said. After all of the official processes are complete, both within Hays CISD RAYMOND LEAVES, 2B HIGH SCHOOL BOYS HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS 1600 meter relay, Division II Dillon Baker, Robbie Woodworth, lan Blount, Tristan Tate (Hays) 110 meter hurdles, Division II Justin Wright (Dripping Springs) 1600 meter sprint medley Parker Alford, Bryce Kalsu, Nathan Blevins, Reese Johnson, Zack Kovar, Curt Raymond (Dripping Springs) 100 meter dash, Division II Camille Dickson (Hays) 400 meter relay, Division II Camille Dickson, Anais LaHue, Natalie Effiom, Brianna Kaminski, Breajee McMillian (Hays) Bria Arrant, Samirah Cunningham, Briana Garcia, Ironesha Walton (Lehman) 800 meter relay, Division II Camille Dickson, Anais LaHue, Samantha Sloat, Brianna Kaminski, Breajee McMillian (Hays) A handful of Hays CISD and Hays County varsity track and field athletes are readying for the chance to take on the nation's best when they compete at the 90th Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays, which will be held March 29-April 1 at the Mike & Myers stadium in Austin. According to, over 7,700 athletes from 17 countries and 37 U.S. states are competing. In addition, nearly 800 high school teams descend on Austin for the relays this year. Shown are Hays CISD and Hays County participants at the Texas Relays. 1600 meter relay, Division II Cameron McFadden, Trinity Wells, Nicole Lewis, Samantha Sloat (Hays) High Jump Reagan Casey (Hays) Shotput Seauanna Watson (Lehman) 110 meter hurdles, Division III Hannah Biggs (Dripping Springs) 1600 meter run Sydney Cole (Dripping Springs) Repu ta t, n Is No 3 great locations near you: Austin Dripping SpringsKyle 11740 Manchaca Rd. 3990 Highway 290216~,1 292-1060 894-3888 262-101: Check the status of your vehicle