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+ HaysFreePress.com CR RS STIRRING Kyle Elementary School responds to rodent problem on campus. - Page 3B ree ress April 17, 2013 * Page 1B tl 1 PHOTO BY XXXXXX Hays and Lehman athletes excelled at District Track meet April 10-11 at Tivy High School in Kerrville. The top four places in each varsity race advance to the next level of competition. Full results are online at www.HaysFree- Press.com Women - 4A - Varsity Team Rankings 1. Schertz Clemens ....................... 158 2. Kerrville Tivy ....................... 101 3. Hays High ......................... 94 4. Alamo Heights ......................... 91 4. Lehman ......................... 75 6. Boerne Champion ......................... 49 7. Lockhart ......................... 39 8. Seguin ......................... 13 6. Lehman ......................... 58.50 7. Seguin ......................... 53.50 8. Kerrville Tivy ......................... 51 Hays and Lehman Varsity athletes going to Area competition include: Place, name, school, time: Women 4x100 Meter Relay 4A 2 Hays 'A' ......................... 49.79 3 Lehman 'A' ......................... 50.32 Men 4x100 Meter Relay 4A 2 Hays 'A' ......................... 43.99 Women 800 Meter Run 4A 2 Esmi, Fuentes Hays .............. 2:25.40 Men 110 Meter Hurdles 4A Men - 4,6, - Varsity Team Rankings 1 Home, Martin Hays ................. 14.65 1. Boerne Champion ....................... 138 4 Garner, Clifford Lehman ............ 15.51 2. Schertz Clemens ....................... 101 3. Alamo Heights ......................... 82 Women 100 Meter Dash 4A 4. Hays High ......................... 71 1 Martin, Caitlyn Hays ................. 12.93 5. Lockhart ......................... 65 2 Rayos, Clarissa Lehman ............ 12.95 GET THE FULL RESULTS ONLINE For all times and photos of athletes participating in the Dis- trict track meet in Kerrville Tivy, go to our website www.HaysFreePress,com Women 4x200 Meter Relay 4A 3 Lehman 'A' . ..................... 1:49.65 4 Hays 'A' ...................... 1:49.66 Men 4x200 Meter Relay 4A 2 Lehman 'A' ...................... 1:32.25 Men 400 Meter Dash 4A 2 Noey, Travis Hays ................. 50.95 Women 300 Meter Hurdles 4A 3 Widmere, Julia Hays ................. 48.39 Men 200 Meter Dash 4A Men Long Jump 4A 2 Kimbro, Caleb Hays ................. 22.62 3 Powell, Kelton Lehman ..... 20-01.00 4 Garner, Clifford Lehman ..... 19-11.00 Women 4x400 Meter Relay 4A 4 Hays 'A' ...................... 4:22.04 Men 4x400 Meter Relay 4A 4 Hays 'A' . ..................... 3:30.43 Women Pole Vault 4A 1 Gray, Meagan Hays ........... 12-07.00 2 Pogue, Rebekah Hays ........... ;11-06.00 Men Pole Vault 4A 4 Moore, Rainey Hays ........... 12-00.00 Women Discus Throw 4A 2 Villegas, Blanca Lehman ..... 99-08 Women Shot Put 4A 4 Morgan, Cheyenne Lehman ..J95-03 2 Vaughan, Haley Lehman ...... 35-02.25 4 Ramirez, Christina Lehman ..... 33-10.75 Men Discus Throw 4A 3 Higgins, Kenny Lehman .... 130-05 Men Shot Put 4A 4 Lanfear, Conner Hays ......... 121-09 2 Charles, Diverson Lehman ..... 52-07.00 Women High Jump 4A Women Triple Jump 4A 2 Gallegos, Ariana Lehman ....... J5-04.00 4 Gallegos, Ariana Lehman ...... 34-06.00 Women Long Jump 4A Men Triple Jump 4A 3 Gray, Meagan Hays ........... 16-08.75 1 Powell, Kelton Lehman ..... 43-06.50 4 Widmere, Julia Hays ........... 16-05.50 3 Lindsey, Logan Hays ........... 42-08.00 Hays High All District team members include Utility Player of the Year Savannah Der- rick, First team Lindy Mendoza, Sarah Sellstrom, Callie Torres, Second team Samantha Hollensbe, Mila Bustos, Mercedes Gilmore, Honorable Mention Victoria Ratliff, Kayla Humphries, Samantha Gordon, Academic Savannah Derrick, Lindy Mendoza, Megan Blanks, Mallory Willis, Mariah Gaitan, Mercedes Gilmore, Kristina Loza-Garcia; Hays High All District team members include Goalkeeper of the Year Will Cooper, Utility Player of the Year Kevin Mendoza, First team John Hinnekamp, Christian Varela, An- gel Cruz, Second Team Omar Rangel, Nick Perry, Ricky Stuart, Honorable Mention Luis Ochoa, Raymond Rojas, Talon Homesly, Academic Talon Homesly. BY MOSES LEOS III moses@haysfreepress.com After an exemplary year on the pitch, 55 athletes from the Hays and Lehman boys and girls soccer teams were named to the 2013 49- 4A Boys and Girls All-District teams, announced last week. With all four HCISD programs participating in postseason play, local athletes dom- inated the All-District teams. On the boys side, 27 players were named to the All-District team, with Lehman senior forward Eli Gua- jardo being tabbed as the Overall MostValuable Player. Guajardo, who scored 26 goals on the season, helped the Lobos finish with a program best 19-2-1 record and the school's first team district championship. "Eli provided great balance up top with (freshman forward Diego Garcia)," said head coach Jay Sansom, who earned Coach of the Year honors in 49-4A. "He was a very unselfish player that was fun to watch. That is why he was a huge asset and will be missed." Other outstanding honorees are Lehman's Diego Garcia as the Of- fensive Player of the Year, Hays' Will Cooper as Goalkeeper of the Year and Hays' Kevin Mendoza as Utility Player of the Year. A total of 28 Lady Lobos and Lady Rebels were also named to the All- District list. Lehman junior Forward Mariah Tamayo was named as the Overall Most Valuable Player, while Hays senior Savannah Derrick gar- nered the Utility Player of the Year honor. Additionally, a total of 14 ath- letes from Hays and Lehman were named to the Girls All-District Aca- demic Team. Athletes must main- tain a 90 or higher average for the third or fourth six-weeks period to earn placement on the list. Lehman All-District team members include Overall Most Valuable Player Eli Guajardo, Offensive Player of the Year Diego Garcia, First team Victor Bravo, Mikey Torres, Bryan Percastegui, Manuel Diego, Second team Chris Piedra, Rene Torres, Michael Diers, Al- bert Percastegui, Honorable mention Fabian Mantilla, Mario Garcia, Delfino Moncivais, Academic Omar Molina, Delfino Moncivais, Cody Devine Lehman All-District team members include Overall Most Valuable Player Mariah Tamayo, First team Max Soto, Shayla Seeger-Avona, Pressley Bailey, Second team Evelyn Mar- tinez, Madison Blok, Anjelica Romero, Honorable Mention Julia Garcia, Alexis Sanchez, Pamela Lasprilla, Academic Victoria Salinas, Brandi Herrera, Madison Blok, Shayla Seeger-Avona, Pressley Bailey, Amie Vargas, Julia Garcia Members of Hays High's spring tennis team include (front row, L-R) Katelyn AIIred, Grant Garcia, Sam Simo- neau, Sean Farrell, (back row, L to R) Jackson Johnson, Antonio Sanchez, Grace Ortiz, Tad Klamert, Sarah Farrell, Zack Curry, Haley Butler, Ryan New and Dustin Zimmerman. ays tenms .s to re SUBMITTED REPORT Advancing players to the regional tennis tournament in San Antonio this week, the Hays Rebel tennis team closed out a tough season with a lot of wins. We had one of the best sea- sons in the school's history, Hays head coach Debbie Cook said. "I don't remember having any kind of season like this be- fore - not with so many players getting into the semis and finals of most of the tournaments we entered." The winning spring season followed a good showing by the Rebels, as they finished fourth in their fall team tennis, losing in a tough match to Kerrville Tivy. In spring competition, the doubles team of Zack Curry You can teach skills, but you can't teach desire and determination, teamwork and playing with heart. That's what Rebel Tennis is all about." -Debbie Cook, Hays head tennis coach and Ryan New got to the finals and won first place in most of the tournaments they entered. "Both these boys are sopho- mores and we look for great things from them in the future," Cook said. At the April 8-9 district tour- nament, the Rebels faced tough competition in powerhouses Alamo Heights and Boerne Champion. "Curry and New played one of the best boys doubles matches I have seen, coming out on top in the quar- terfinais. They did face the eventual district champions from Alamo Heights and fin- ished a respectful fourth place in probably the toughest divi- sion in this competition," Cook said. In the boys singles division, on his way to placing second, Jackson Johnson went through the second seed from Kerrville Tivy, and against players from See HAYS TENNIS, pg. 2B +