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Page 2B SPORTS Hays Free Press April 3, 2013 PHOTO BY MOSES LEOS III Hays High School pole-vaulter Meagan Gray clears 12-feet-.75-inches at the 86th Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays on March 30. Gray was successful in reaching the first two marks of the competition. Lady Rebel Soccer Continued from pg. 1B Rouse side of the field,kick, bringing the score to its loss. [Rouse] is a really good At the 22:06 mark, Rouse final mark- Hays 2, Rouse 3. team and they took us away scored another goal - and it At the end of the game,from what we wanted to was an ugly one at that. The Lady Rebel's head coach Brent do and we couldn't quite ball wobbled its way into the Holcomb said, "I feel like we find ourselves. The ]Hays] Hays goal, bringing the score didn't quite find ourselves gifts played extremely well to Hays 1, Rouse 3. until the second half. It and gave a hard fight. They The Lady Rebels stepped showed immediately in the [Hays] did a really great job," up their attacks on the Rouse second half when we came Holcomb said. goal. During one of hard drive, out and scored within the first The Lady Rebels finished Hays' Jessica Cruz scored on a two minutes." the season 7-3-3, 8-1-3 in rebound after a Hays corner "This was not a lie down district play. Lobo Baseball Continued from pg. 1B After the game, the umpire said the no-call was made because the momentum of the batter's swing on the outside pitch carried him over the plate and into the path of the throwing catcher. The controversy continued in the bottom of the fifth inning when, after a Micah Tambur walk, the umpires called a double play to give Lehman two outs. It wasn't the fact that they called the double play that caused the controversy. Rather, it was the way the umpire called the play that caused the two outs. The play was intended to be a sacrifice bunt. The bunt went right back to the pitcher who threw to second base for the out on the lead nmner. Tambur proceeded to slide into second base with an attempt to break up the double play. Normally, a player can slide into the base at any distance around the bag as long as part of their body can still make contact with the base. If this move causes the double play to be broken up, that is allowed. The playwent wrong- not in the fact that Tambur made contact with the runner, but that the umpire ruled Tambur made contact with the rtmner above the knee, causing the Lehman player to be ejected from the game due to a "malicious slide" and the runner to be called out at first base. The Lobos put up a valiant effort in the sixth and seventh innings but still came up short in the end. The Lobos fall to 12-13 on the season and 3-4 in district play. 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Pets of the Week sponsored by Located in Kyle Texas at 41 O0 Everetti next ;to the Performing Gente~ ahd Au=in Regionai Glinic ; ii i Lady Lobo Soccer Continued from pg. 1B on the counter-attack, to get a The Lady Lobos continued to words of Garcia. quick goal on teams. Tonight, fightwithvigor, but the Cedar Park "We just kept pushing each we could not get anything go- offense continued to bombard other to keep going," Martinez ing. We showed some signs of Lehman's defenses. The breaking said. life, but one offtouch stopped a point came late in the first half, as At the end of the evening, play," Lehman head coach Nau- Cedar Park's Kassi Hormuth broke the Lady Lobos completed one ri Garica said. "Cedar Park had away from the Lobo backline and of the longest playoff runs in a very good defense. That was scored, making Lehman's half- the history of the program. For a good, solid team. We got out- time deficit 3-0. the team and its seniors, this played.We got out-hustled." Unfortunately, there was no season will be remembered for Not helping matters were magic comeback for the Lady manyyears to come. the tired legs of the Lady Lobos Lobos, who could not pull out "This season has gone by as a whole. The team looked another memorable rally,so fast. We have done so many like players who had been in a Cedar Park scored four more amazing things the entire way. lengthy overtime tussle. Gone goals in the second half, as its It was hard, but we made it were the legs of leading goal relentless offense overwhelmed through. We made it this far; scorers Pressley Bailey. Mariah a tired Lehman squad. "I know we are so proud of ourselves," Tamayo and Shayla Seeger- girls give everything they have Romero said. Avona, who never were able to in everything they play. Tuesday The team's ability to further generate offensive breakaway wasevidenceofthat,"Garciasaid, develop next season is some- opportunities. Additionally, the "However, Cedar Park outhustled thing Garcia eagerly antici- Lady Lobos seemed unable to us on fifty-fifty balls. That's what pates. "It is a step forward," said keep the pressure off, giving up won the game for them." Garcia, talkingabouthowmuch possession frequently, which led Despite the struggles, the Lehman had accomplished in to Cedar Park scoring chances. Lady Lobos displayed remark- 2013. "However, our goal is to "Everyone was beat up after able courage until the clock ran win a championship. In district the (Connally) game. We only out. The play of senior goal- play, we fell short; the path in had one day to recover. I guess keeper Evelyn Martinez proved the playoffs also could have it was not enough for us. Yet, we that point, as she made one been different." still gave it all we got," Romero tremendous save after anoth- Overall, Garcia was proud of said. er, playing "her tail off," in the the run the Lady Lobos had in The key to buying life insurance is working with people you trust, a company you know, and getting a plan that meets your needs. That's why Germania Life is the right choice. We offer a wide variety of policies, flexible terms and range of premium options. And because we only insure Texans, your local Germania agent knows how Texans live. Contact your local Germania agent to help develop a plan that's right for this stage of your life - and beyond. Find out why, for over 115 years, Germania has been The Insurance Texans Trust. Hays Insurance 512-262-3388 (Buda) Dale Posey 512-398-5948 (Kyle) 2012. "I am happy of what we accomplished this year, espe- cially with losing Max (Soto) during the playoff run," Garcia said. "What we did Tuesday night, it was magical. 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