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q Page 2B SPORTS Hays Free Press June 1,2016 FARMERS" Debbie Thames Insurance Agency AUTO HOME LIFE BOAT HEALTH 251 N FM 1626 #2C Buda, TX 78610 Office: (512)312-1917- Fax: 312-0688 Email: dvthames @ austin.rr.com Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm Your Business & Referrals Are Appreciated Hill Country Antique Tractor & Engine Show NEW Kid's Tractor & Lawnm0wer Pull I Antique Engines Antique & Classic Tractors I Antique Tractor Parade Tract0ropulls I Farm Machine~] Demos Large-Engine GILLESPIE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS HWY 16 SOUTH www.rl ,iron.or( PHOTOS BY MOSES LEOS III Inclement weather and the occasional rain shower didn't stop 12 teams from competing for bragging rights in the third annual Ultimate Frisbee Tournament held at Hays High on Tuesday. Teams ranging from the aptly named Frisbros to the Vicious and Delicious squared off in the tournament that was shortened by Tuesday's storm. The teams that reached the semifinals were a group of Hays High alumni, the Dragons, who won the 2015 tournament, Vicious and Delicous and Frisbros. Thyme Rebel Football Continued from pg. 1B downs and 423 yards. "He's a quick back that has power," LaHue said. "He's a good zone runner and we need to find a way to get him the ball. We put him in the backfield and left him there in the spring." Three players will vie for the starting quarter- back spot this summer. The three include Gentry Braugh, Tyler Conley and Issaac Castilleja. LaHue said Castilleja and Conley both saw action last season, with both starting games in 2015. Braugh is "athletic and runs the option well and is pretty fast." The team's strength lies in the trenches, LaHue said. On offense, Hays re- turns linemen Peyton Steele, Seth Seele and Josh Lopez, who started every game last season. Joining the line are Will McSorley and Zach Val- dez. "That's where it all starts," LaHue said. "You can play 7-on-7, but you don't have the five in front of you. Football is dif- ferent when you put the pads on. Those guys... are a good group. They're smart and physical." Hays' Manny Galvan, who LaHue said had a "good spring," along with Cameron Johnson, leads the defensive line. Four Rebel defensive players return from last season, LaHue said. Joining the defense will be cornerbacks Hector Fuentes and Jason Fowler. Nathan Tovar will also assist the defense at the safety position. "They've worked extremely hard to this point," LaHue said of the younger players. "Their transition is going to be good." But the Rebels' new path in district play will be a challenging one, La- Hue said. It will include games against the likes of Lake Travis, Wesflake and 5A state champion Cedar Park. But LaHue said there's "some prestige" with playing in what could be one of the toughest 6A districts in the state. "Everyone wants to talk about (Westlake and Lake Travis). They deserve the big talk, but I think every- one from top to bottom is pretty good," LaHue said. PHOTO BY MOSES LEOS III Hays Rebel running back Cade Powell (23) powers his way past a Georgetown Eagle defender en route to the end zone during their game on Sept. 3, 2015. Powell, along with the of- fensive line, will be a key cog in the Rebel offense in 2016. "I love the way our kids think our kids are excited have worked. We have about being in this dis- set some high goals and I trict." 748 N l'I S 3310 B FM 967, STE #Al10, Buda, Texas 78610 Near the corner of FM 1626 and 967 We are now exclusively in Buda to accommodate your orthodontic needs. 512-523-8680 Iongortho.com Choose your PEC Board directors, decide whether to ensure a member's right to speak at Board meetings, and have an opportunity to opt in to PEC Power of Change. Vote early by mail or online and be eligible for prizes, including a home theater package, Nest thermostats and $100 gift cards. Or vote in person at the PEC Annual Meeting June 18 at the Dripping Springs High School Performing Arts Center. i:i I