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+ OVER CAPAC Hays CISD student population could reach 25,930 in 10 years. - Page 3B HaysFreePress., April 26, 2017 Page 1B BY LOGAN MCCULLOUGH The Lehman Lobo baseball team left little doubt of its dominance last week as it cruised to an 11-1 win over the Le- ander Lions in six innings April 18. Lehman maintained momentum as they closed the 2017 season by debating Leander on Saturday, which secured the program's first district series win, The Lobos appeared sharp from the jump April 18 as they put together a 1-2-3 inning in the opening frame. But the Lions were able to reach base following the first and only Lehman error of the game in the second inning. Lehman head coach Tony Robinson said his team has performed well on offense all season; however the Lobo de- fense has struggled. "We've been swing- ing the stick really good all year," said Robinson. "We've just struggled on defense a little bit, and when we've struggled on defense it's hurt us. But it's nice to know this is what we should have been doing." With six outs on seven batters faced, the defense did its job in the first two frames. This success helped motivate the offense, as Lehman followed its de- fensive performance with a three-hit, five-run third inning, capped off with a two-out grand-slam over the left field fence from senior first baseman Courteney Curry. "I just stayed patient and kept my eye on it," said Curry. "It was a big play, but this was a huge win for our team. Big win LOBO BASEBALL, 2B Lehman High second baseman Ben ner during the series opening game Gettig (left) applies a tag to a played April 18. PHOTO BY GWOK0 PHOTOGRAPHY sliding Leander Lion baserun- Hays Rebel assistant football coach Stu Foreman (right) instructs members of the defensive line during a drill on the opening Shelton Stadium. The Rebels will continue to conduct spring drills during the next week. More than 20 Hays CISD athletes are now a step away from reaching the UIL Class 6A state track meet after making the cut in the area round last week. Lehman High's Seauanna Wat- son, who claimed the 25-6A shot- put title, found success again as she claimed the area title with a throw of 37-feet, 7.75-inches. Hays High's Camille Dickson claimed the 200-meter dash title with a time of 25.31. GIRLS 100-meter dash Camille Dickson - Hays Bria Arrant - Lehman 4x2OO-meter relay Brianna Kaminski Breajee McMillian Samantha Sloat Camille Dickson Discus Alyssa Blanks - Hays Seauanna Watson - Lehman High jump . Reagan Casey - Hays Pole Vault Lauren Sikoski- Hays Shotput Seauanna Watson - Lehman PHOTO BY MOSES LEOS III day of spring practices at BOYS 4x2OO-meter relay Darian Moore Dillon Baker Sam Gonzales Travis Selby 4x4OO-meter relay Darian Moore Tristan Tate Dillon Baker Robbie Woodworth 800-meter run Tracy Malrey- Lehman Long jump Dillon Baker- Hays Shotput Ty Roaches- Lehman PHOTO BY MOSES LEOS III Hays High first baseman Brianna Rodriguez collects a throw to first during an in- field warmup drill at the Lady Rebel Softball Field. BY MOSES LEOS III With a three-game bidistrict playoff series looming, the Hays Rebel softball team diligently kept up the pace during practice Tuesday. After reaching the re- gional quarterfinal roun4 last season, Hays eyes a chance to go even further. Maintaining consistency, while tempering expecta- tions are mentalities head coach Lisa Cone hopes to instill in her team. "I've seen Madison play and they're a good team," Cone said. "I feel as long as we play at our level and our game, we're making contact and being aggressive on the :bases, I know this group can do well." Hays High junior catcher Abby Blackwell said the team has been working on the same page for the majority of the season. Providing assistance REBEL SOFTBALL, 2B Repu ta t/ n Is No 3 great locations near Austin Dripping Springs 11740 Manchaca Rd. 3990 Highway 290 292-1060 894-3888 you: Kyle" 21681 IH-35 Check the status of your vehicle online! www'ammcilisin'cm !i [i tii itll ....