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Page 2B Spoils Hays Free Press May 31, 2017 Curry signs to PHOTO BY JIM CULLEN .e: Lehman High baseball player Courteney Curry signed his collegiate Letter of intent to play ball for Arkansas Baptist last week. Curry was recently named District 25-6A First Team All- District at first base, following a season when he finished with a .351 average, with 12 RBIs, five doubles, and a home run. Curry is flanked by his parents, Chris and .Donye Curry, as well as coaches Toby Robinson and Stephen Gillis. PHOTO BYJIMCULLEN Lehman High baseball player Dillon Ramirez signed his collegiate Letter of Intent to play for Coastal Bend College in Beeville. Dillion was a three year letterman for the Lobes starting all three of those years with time at second and third base, as well as on the mound. This season he hit .264 and had a dozen RBIs, three doubles, and a pair of triples. Dillon is flanked by his parents, Alexander and Dorothy Ramirez, as well as head coach Toby Robinson and assistant coach Stephen Gillis. Hays CISD's to the 25-6A softball all- district team Dominance in the circle and at the plate earned Hays High pitcher Maxine Valdez District 25-6A most valuable player (MVP) honors. Valdez is one of seven Hays Rebel athletes named to the 2017 25-6A all-district list. In addition, Rebel softball head coach Lisa Cone was named as the 25-6A coach of the year after leading the Rebels to an area round finish in the playoffs. Lehman High senior Alyssa Martinez led the Lobes with a first team all- district selection. Coach of the Year Lisa Cone, Hays Most Valuable Player Maxine Valdez, Hays FIRST TEAM Brianna Rodriguez, Hays Illyana Cisneros, Hays Maria Arroyo, Hays Lulu Arroyo, Hays Abbie Blackwell, Hays Alyssa Martinez, Lehman SECOND TEAM Kaylin Davis, Hays Seryna Avalos, Lehman Kaylee Wipff, Lehman Continued from pg. 1 B abilities on the field as well. "We got better at the physicality of the game, which is what we shot for in the beginning," LaHue said. LaHue said the team's depth at the running b ck position is what he felt was a bright spot during spring practice. Cade Powell, Thai Mayberry, Dallin Roberts and Martin Shoemaker all hit the field this spring. LaHue said depth is important at the running back position and said the team expects to be in a lot of two running back formations this fall. "I thought those guys showed the capability of going out and being a slot wide receiver, running routes and catching," LaHue said. "That helps us be a little more diverse in our options. I'm happy to see that." He added wide receivers Patrick Guerrero, Nate Tate and Sam Scott had strong spring seasons, along with tight ends Elijah Martinez and Baylor Jordan. In the trenches, Hays' offensive line, which includes Phil McSorely, Lyndon Wilson and Brandon Garcia, came together, despite a few injuries. 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Parents, colleagues, great things at Lehmanregarding the process to '?ts one of the most both current and former, and have inspired so fill Garcia's spot. successful coaches in and soccer athletes took many young athletes," It's unknown if the Lehman history, he to Garica's Facebook Legh-Page wrote, position will be filled on has led his team to the post to show their Josh Young and Andi an interim or permanent playoffs almost every appreciation. Green, both former basis at this time, year," Holcomb said. "He James Halatin, athletic trainers at Kirkland said. is an outstanding leader Lehman High head girls Lehman High, lauded "We hate to see who values the growth basketball coach, wrote Garcia's passion for (Garcia) go. He's beenand development of Lehman is "losing a great coaching and the mark very successful in thehis players, not only as one." Michael Banning, he left on the program, program and what he's athletes, but as young Lehman High assistant "It was a pleasure done to get it started," adults as well." football and girls soccer working with you for 10 Kirkland said. "We hope Following Garcia's coach, thanked Garcia of those years and I feel the next person can keep departure, only Orlando for being a "great friend like it's an end of an era," it going forward." de La Fuente, Lehman and mentor." Young said. 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