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Page 4B EDUCATION Hays High School regional qualifiers are: (back, left to right) Hope Hoffmeyer, John Effiom, Keeley Hooker, Erin Korzeniewski, John Brazeal, Brad Weber, lan Westlyn- Mogab; (front, left to right) Emily Crowell, Sarah Staub, Brooke Noble, Cornelia Gonzales, Silas Brown, Kristen Whittington, Denise Garcia, Chaney Turney; not pictured: Lauren Wisener, Rodrick Hunt. i PHOTO BY JIM CULLEN Rebs win district UIL title 28 local students head for regmn00 BY JIM CULLEN news@haysfreepress.com Hays High School Academic OIL team rolled to an impres- sive win recently at San Marcos High School, capturing the 2010 District 17-4A Championship. The dominant showing included four stand-alone team awards, a 1-2-3-4 sweep in Accounting and a 1-2-3 sweep in Computer Applications. Lehman High School Computer Science Team, as usual, 10eyed its campus show- ing with its own 1-2-3-4 sweep and the Lobos' Spelling team also took a first. The Rebs' Literary Criticism, Science, Number Sense and Mathematics teams all took team titles, with a total of 17 students qualifying for the Hays contingent headed to the April 24 regional competition at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville. The Lobos quali- fied 11 individuals to make the ILgion lAID. Hays High OIL Academic Coordm" ator Fain Stage urged the community to "wish all of these kiddos and their coaches congratulations on a job well done and wish them luck at Regionals!" Stage also sent her wishes for luck to the campus One Act Play students, coached by Dana Naughton, who ad- vanced into later rounds of their own, conlMbuting to the overall win. Michael Saberian, Lehman OIL Academic Coordinator, said of the next round, "Our students are ready to meet the challenge! On to Huntsvillef' Complete Hays CISD results Lehman High School UIL medalistS at the recent district meet included (back, left to right) Devon St Salinas, Lauren Lumague, David Simoneaux, Maddy Hewitt, Trevor Leffert, Donald Schiwitiz, Meer left to right) Gonzalo Diaz, CamerOn Harris, Tarale Murry, Suzy Alfaro, Alexandria Delgado, Samar son, Michelle Williamson, Anissa Robles and Miguel Hernandez. for the District 17-4A OIL Aca- demic Meet include the follow- ing, by campus and category with coach in parentheses: HAYS HIGH SCHOOL Accounting (Renee Herrington)- 1. Kristen Whittington, 2. John i Brazeal, 3. John Effiom, 4. Denise I Garcia; all qualify for Region. Computer Applications (Renee Herrington, Jerry McMillan) - 1. Cornelia Gonzales, 2. Brooke i Noble, 3. Lauren Wisener; all qualify for Region. [ Literary Criticism (Chris Gardner)[ - 2. Sarah Staub, 3. Hope Hoff- I meyer, 6. Keeley Hooker; Team 1=, all qualify for Region. Science (Scott Spiller) - 1. Silas Brown (Top Physics individual), 2. Chaney Turney (Top Chemistry individual), 4. Erin Korzeniewski (Top Biotoigy individual); Team 1 =, all qualify for Region. Number Sense (Lori Callis) - 2. Brad Weber, 4. lan Westlyn- Mogab, 5. Emily Crowell; Team 1% all qualify for Region. Mathematics (Scott Spiller) - 1. Erin Korzeniewski, 4. Lauren Wisener, 5. lan Westlyn-Mogab, 6. Rodrick Hunt; Team 1st, all qualify for Region. Calculator Applications (Scott Spiller) - 2. Lauren Wisener (Region) Ready Writing (Kerri Espinoza)- 3. Hope Hoffmeyer (Region) Persuasive Speaking (Emily Fagan) - 3. Brooke Noble (Region) Informative Speaking (Emily Fagan) - 5. John Ayala, 6. Jonathan DeLeon Lincoln-Douglas Debate (Emily Fagan) - 6. Gabi Randazzo Poetry Interpretation (Emily Fagan) - 5, Sapphire Gamia Prose Interpretation (Emily Fa- gan) - 6. Diana Medlock LEHMAN HIGH SCHOOL Computer Science (Ross Russell) - 1. Trevor Leffert, 2. Samantha Williamson, 3. Donald Schiwitz, 4. Cameron Harris; Team 1=, all qualify for Region gg.I Andrus) - 2. MIchelf:WillFamson, 3 Lau Lemague, 4. Vmctoda Salinas; Team l=t, all qualify foe Friion Science (Gina Lozanol Hewitt (Region), 5. Me News Writing (Judy C, Alex Delgado (Region), Hernandez Feature Writing (Judy - 3. Suzy Alfaro (Regiol Delgado Editorial Writing (Jud 3. Anissa Robles (Regi, Simoneux Mathematics (Dougla,, 2. Maddy Hewitt (Regk Social Studies (Micha, - 4. Meera Day, 5. Gon Victoria Salinas Calculator Applicatiot Hunt) - 4. Meera Day Number Sense (Oscar Tarale Murry Computer Applicatior Russell) - 4. Devon Srr Current Events (Ruth. Michelle Williamson Uncoln.Douglas Deb; Eichman) - 4. Matt Har alternate) :'-.,: Poetry Interpertation Eichman) - 6. Amber G JUDY COOPER nith, Victoria z Day; (front, tha William- - 3. Maddy ,ra Day )oper) - 2. 5. Miguel Cooper) 1), 5. Alex Cooper) - n), 6. David Thornton) - n) ,=1Saberian) raiD Diaz, 6. Is (Elaine rrevino) - 6. 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