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+ + Page 2B Sports Hays Free Press April 26, 2017 For the second year in a row, Lehman High goalkeeper Maya Erwin proved to be the most invaluable player in her district. Last week, Erwin was named as the District 25-6A Most Valuable Player, repeating the honor she won while Lehman High was a member of the District 14-6A. Erwin, who signed to continue her collegiate career at Austin College in Sherman, Texas, joins a list of 18 Hays CISD girls who made the cut to the All-District team. Also earning dis- trict superlatives was Lady Rebel senior captain Isa Hernandez, who was named' as the district's Midfielder of the Year. Hays ClSD athletes selected to the 25-6A girls All-District team FIRST TEAM SECOND TEAM HONORABLE MI ITION Lehman Lehman Lehman Maya Erwin Destiny Eberle Kyla Johnson Jamie Vargas Neftali Mercado Melissa Navarro Brittany Avona Messly Navarro Hays Hays Alexis Spears Hays Maya Hood Baylee Endsley Nicole Lewis Jenna Sheely Chasity Haas Grace Davis Gabby Segovia Sydney Franklin Cianne Talamo in STAFF REPORT List of coaches who have applied for the position as of last week A former Texas State football coordi- Michael Adams Alexander Guerra Dusty Ortiz nator and a current Hays CISD em- Zach Allison Gary Hartsman David Pena David Ayala Lee Hartsell Michael Ramirez p]oyee highlight the 70-plus applicants Jesus Baez Brian Hempel Jeffrey Ramirez who have thrown their hats into the Jesse Bailey Robert Hinkle Robert Ramsay ring to fill the Lehman High athletic Anthony Boykin Daryl Hobbs Danny Ramsey coordinator position. James Bradford Casey Jenson Brette Ratliff Brian Hempel, who currently is the William Brewton Kenneth Johnson Patrick Reinecke Gary Carptenter Joshua Kirkland Christopher Roberts Lehman High assistant football and George Chambers Russell Kuhns Joncody Roelof girls head golf coach, applied for the Curtis Clay Christopher Lackey Cesar Rosales job, along with Brad Franchione, who Chad Coker Harvey Manning Chad Satcher worked as offensive coordinator for Lonnie Cook Jose Martinez Rebecca Sharkey Mark DeHoyos Michael Mason Eric Small several years under former Bobcat Cesar De Los SantosCory Maxwell David Sofran head coach Dennis Franchione. Darren Eblen Christopher McClanahan Tim Spradlin One woman, Rebecca Sharkey, ap- Blayke Elder Mark McEIhaney Thurmond Stone plied for the position. Kevin Ellison Cody McGuire Mike Strunk Lehman's athletic coordinator posi- Joaquin Escobar Donald Miller William Veliz David Flora Brad Molder Michael Widenor tion became open after Todd Raymond Bradley Franchione Ross Moore Lawrence Williams left to become the Pflugerville ISD Robert Gall Levelle Norris Ector Ybarra athletic director in late March. Trey Gardner Demosesneeds Odems Rebel Softball: Eyes deep playoff run Continued from pg. 1B are senior twin sistersCone said the duo Lulu and Maria Arroyo, brings "a ton of experi- who are the final two ence" to a program that Rebel softball players claimed its first district who were a part of the title in three years. 2014 state semifinalist Hays' success has also team. come as a result of strong" defense, timely offense and sophomore pitcher MaxValdez, who earlier this year set a UIL record for the most strikeouts (15) in a 5-inning game. "I think our team can do it," Lulu Arroyo said. "I think our team can get where we need to be. We have to continue to work hard and believe in ourselves and we can get there." Lobo Baseball: Smash Leander in season finale Continued from pg. 1B for the seniors." lead-off solo shot from courtesy of right fielder After the Lions pro- Montgomery in the top of Derek Gomez. duced their first hit of the the fourth. After the game Miles game in the top of the "Inside fastball," said said although this was no third, the Lobos executed Miles. "He just turned on doubt a big win for the a 6-4-3 double play to it." team and for the seniors, swing momentum back A clearly bothered it's important to remain in Lehman's favor. The Miles responded with inning ended on one striking out three of the of Lehman sophomore next six Lion batters. starting pitcher Shane "I was just on a roll," Miles' five strikeouts, said Miles. 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