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TEXAS STATEWIDE CI.ASSIFIED ADVERTISING NETWORK To Order: Call this Newspaper at 1-800-749-4793 Today! Extend your advertising reach with TexSCAN, ,/our Statewide Classified Ad Network. 4 Hays Free Press • April 15, 2015 SPORTS Lehman Softball Continued from pg. 1B inning. Del Valle added an inconsequential run in the sixth inning. While offense carried the Lady Lobos, defense played a primary role. While the defense has made some changes, Adams said they are con- tinuing to come together. They rally around Reta, who Adams said is capable of keeping teams off balance. Helping her is Noriega, who Adams said has "a presence behind the plate" as she builds her leadership skills. Also assisting were Cruz and Bianca Marti- nez, who moved to right field on Friday. "Her presence and being in right field was huge for us," Adams said. The focus now turns to the Lady Lobos' final three games of the year. It starts with the Lobos on the road at Anderson on Friday, followed by senior night on Tuesday. While the playoffs may not be on the horizon, Adams said the Lady Lobos are "confident and hungry" in their fight to the finish. "We're not going to make the playoffs. But we are in a good spot to finish strong and to let everyone know our record doesn't reflect our team," she said. Hays Softball Continued from pg. 1B cause was a Lady Rebel offense that went 0 for 4 with runners in scoring position. Despite having run- ners reach second or third base in the first, third, fourth and sixth innings, Hays never de- livered the critical hit. As a team, Hays went 4 for 25 at the plate. Kaylee Lind led the way by go- ing 2 for 2 with a double, a single and a walk. But Hays worked to combat the dominance of McLeod. They did so by staying patient and battling deep into counts. Davis said the Lady Rebels changed their approach in the batter's box to combat McLeod's rise ball. "We realized we needed to move to the front of the (batter's box) before the ball breaks, so that was helping a little more," Davis said. But it was to no avail, as the Lady Rebels couldn't generate a rally. Westlake added a final run in the seventh in- ning to put the game out of reach. As the regular season draws to a close, Cone said her team will be focused on finishing out the season strong. "We want to take things one game at a time," she said. Hays will play Bowie in Austin on Friday before hosting Akins on April 21 for senior night. BY MOSES LEOS III Four district champions and a new Hays High School record in the pole vault highlighted Hays CISD's participation in the 14-6A District Track and Field Champi- onships on April 8-9. Twenty-two total athletes from Hays CISD qualified for the area track and field meet in Marble Falls on April 22 and 23. Hays High junior distance run- ner Esmi Fuentes led the way by claiming her second straight dis- trict title in the 1600 meter run. Last season saw Fuentes claim first place at the 27-4A district track and field meet. In addition, Fuentes, who earlier this year participated at the UIL State Cross Country Champion- ships, qualified for area in the girls 3200 meter run. Hays pole vaulter Meagan Gray also won a district rifle, and in the process set a new personal and school record in the event. Gray's jump of 13-feet, 9-inches broke the previous Lady Rebel pole vault record of 13-4 held by Jessica Doyle. Her win also marks the sec- ond straight district championship won by Gray in as many years. She finished as 27-4A district champi- on in 2014 with a jump of ll-feet, 6-inches. Joining the two were Lehman Highs Cheyenne Morgan, who claimed her first district champi- onship in the discus throw. It marks the. second straight appearance in an area track and field meet for Morgan, who last season finished second at the 27-4A district cham- pionships in the discus. 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The FTC web site is www.ftc.govfoizop :[ ;Ilill illllilill Ii IHIIII ill /i Page 2B .( Cheyenne Morgan HAYS GIRLS HAYS BOYS Girls 200-meter dash Boys 400-meter run Brianna Kaminski - 26.27 (2nd) Eric Kroger- 52.40 (4th) Girls 800-meter run Gabby Bosquez - 2:22.08 (3rd) Boys 800-meter run lan Blount - 2:04.86 (4th) Girls 1600-meter run Boys 1600-meter relay Esmi Fuentes - 5:17.21 (District Champion) Austin Maulding, Tare Tristian, Alexander Ruiz, Eric Kroger- Gabby Bosquez- 5:22.67 (4th) 3:28.40 (3rd in finals) Girls 100-meter hurdles Boys Long Jump Korrie Karbach - 15.85 (2nd) Charles Bohannon - 22' 3.75" Girls 300-meter hurdles (3rd) Nicole Lewis - 47.43 (3rd) Boys Shot Put Girls 3200 Meter run Connor Lanfear - 50' .50" (District Champion) Esmi Fuentes - 11:52.67 (2nd)Gabe Galvan "48' 10" Girls Pole Vault Boys Discus Throw Meagan Gray- 13' 9" (District Champion) . Manny Galvan - 147' 2.75" (2nd) Rebekah Pogue - 11 '6" (4th) Gabe Galvan - 143' 5.25" (4th) Girls Triple Jump Brianna Kaminski - 36-4.75" (3rd) Girls Shot Put Mackenzie Coates - 34-9" (4th) LEHMAN GIRLS LEHMAN BOYS Boys 110-meter hurdles Clifford Garner- 15.53 (4th) Boys 300-meter hurdles Clifford Garner - 42.77 (4th) Discus Throw Cheyenne Morgan - 115-5" (District Champion) Seauanna Watson - 110-.50" (4th) +