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f- + @hfprebelsports Hays CISD faces budget - Page 3B @hfplobosports shortfall. May 18, 2016 PHOTOS BY MOSES LEOS III Beer, babes and high-flying, one-wheeled gridiron action hit the pavement at the San Marcos Activity Center Sunday as the season 11 of Unicycle Football wrapped up with the annual Stupor Bowl. The 2016 Stupor Bowl pitted the Los Bierdos against the Harvey Street Herons (or Haroons as the emcee chose to call them), with the Herons emerging with a 69-68 victory. Joining in the festivities was a film crew from NFL Films, which documented the festivities. PHOTO BY MOSES LEOS III A change of scenery over the weekend didn't deter the Hays Rebel ultimate frisbee team from taking second place overall at the State Ultimate Frisbee competition May 13-15. Hays, which entered the tournament Saturday at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock as the bottom seed in their pool, began their trek through state with a 13-1 victory in its first game. They followed with a come-from-behind 13-5 win over Austin High. Rainstorms on Saturday forced the tournament to halt play, with the Rebels traveling to Retama Park in Selma on Sunday to continue play. Hays upended Belton and Coppell to reach the finals against Flower Mound Marcus, where Hays fell 15-6. BY MOSES LEOS III news@haysfreepress.com After suffering through the first winless season in program history last year, the Lehman Lobos football team look for the chance to pick itself off the canvas. Lehman High head coach Todd Raymond said a different mindset was necessary for the Lobos this offseason to "take the next step" as they prepare for play in a highly competitive 25-6A. LOBO FOOTBALL, 2B STAFF REPORT Hays Lady Rebel softball team's deep run in the playoffs came to an end in the third round last week as Atascocita Eagles swept Hays in two games. Atascocita defeated Hays by the scores of 6-3 and 12-2 in a best-of- three series. The Eagles won game one Friday night in College Station with a late-inning comeback after the Lady Rebels had taken a 3-1 lead in the fifth inning. Hays led 3-2 with just six outs remaining. But four of the Eagles' runs in the game were unearned, as Hays hurt themselves with four errors in the ball game. Atascocita's first run of the game came in the first inning, when a pair of Hays errors allowed the Eagles to score without benefit of a hit. The Lady Rebels tied the game with a run in the top of the fourth in- ning, then took a 3-1 lead by scoring twice in the fifth inning. The Eagles, who started seven seniors, scored one run in the bottom of the fifth inning. Atascocita then pushed across four more unanswered runs to REBEL SOFTBALL, 2B N MAKING (512) 531-0510 ! BackToBusinesslT.com Network Strategic Advocating Assessment Planning Needs implementing Managed Partnering & Training Services For Success BACKTo BUSINESS,i 'i lii l