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Page 2B Sports Hays Free Press June 7, 2017 PHOTO BY MOSES LEOS III 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-Spin Your Business & Referrals Are Appreciated istrict says to 18-year Joined by (L-R) Bob Shelton, Sarah Ashworth, Debbie Cook and Mark Winter, Hays High secretary Laura Drew (second from right) poses for a photo during her retirement party held in the Hays High cafeteria last week. Drew, a Iongtime fixture in the Hays High athletic department front office, retired after 18 years as the school's secretary to the athletic director/coordinator. During Drew's tenure, Bob Shelton, Blake Feldt and Neal LaHue were athletic directors or athletic coordinators at the school. Erica Castillo has been hired to fill Drew's position next school year. ALUMNI BRIEFS HAYS HIGH SOFTBALL Georgetown Hoyas. Ramsey, will continue graduate stud- up in the Division II World ALUM COMPLETES who graduated with a B.S. ies in Austin and plans to ap- Series last weekend. Karina COLLEGE in Biology from Georgetown ply to a physician's assistant Rocha, who graduated from May 20, finished her senior program. Hays High in 2016, played CAREER season with four home in 53 of the Rambelles' 67 Earlier this runs and 19 RBIs during total games this season. The month, the team's 2017 campaign. HAYS HIGH ALUM HELPS Rambelles arched the NCAA Hays High Ramsey, who started in all ANGEL0 STATE TO Division II National Cham- alumna 48 of the Hoyas' games, led DIVISION 2 WORLD SERIESpionship Series, where they Hannah the team in sacrifices and were defeated by Minnesota Ramsey had 102 putouts playing in A Hays High alumna was State University - Mankato in closed her left field. She finished with a one of many cogs that two games. Rocha finished playing .268 batting average in her helped the Angelo Statewith a .245 batting average career senior season and a slugging University Rambelles toand had six home runs and with the P, AMSEY percentage of .442. Ramsey finish as national runners- 16 RBIs. OIL, 6AS, & MINERAL RIGHTS Both non-producing and producing including Non-Participating Royalty Interest (NPPJ) Provide us your desired price for an offer evaluation. CALL TODAY: 806.620.1422 LOBO MINERALS, LLC PO Box 1800 Lubbock, 13( 79408-1800 LoboMineralsLLC@gmail.com Lobo Big Ten Continued from pg. 1B 4. LEHMAN FOOTBALL 5. LOBO FOOTBALL, ENDS LENGTHY LOSING SOCCER PLAYERS MAKE STREAK HISTORY For the better part of two In February, Lehman High years, Lehman football senior Tyler Henderson couldn't buy a win. That all became one of the first changed in mid-September Lehman football players to when the Lobos crushed sign his letter of intent to the Akins Eagles 42-7, play at a Power-5 conference which ended an 18-game school. Henderson, who was losing streak that dated a first-team 25-6A All-District back to September 19, selection in 2016, signed on 2014. The opponent? to play at Baylor University in Akins. All coincidence was Waco. Prior to signing, Hen- put aside the following derson was one of the first week as Lehman cruised Lobo players to have been past San Antonio Jay, recruited by football bowl which was the first time the subdivision teams, including program scored back-to- Navy and Oklahoma State. back wins since 2011. On the soccer pitch, Lehman High senior Maya Erwin PHOTO BY MOSES LEOS III Lehman's Maya Erwin is one of two Lehman ahletes who made historic steps for the Lobos this year. made history by becomingErwin was named MVP in the first Lobo to be selected 14-6A in 2016, and followed as a district Most Valuable by being selected as MVP in Player in back-to-back years. 25-6A this season. Rebel Big Ten Continued from pg. 1 B 4. REBEL GIRLS TRACK TAKES DISTRICT CROWN With the help of a podium sweep in the 300-meter hurdles by Nicole Lewis, Cameron McFadden and Trinity Wells, the Hays Rebel girls track team in late April took the 25-6A varsity championship at Vandegrift High. Hays claimed the district championship over second place Vandegrift by 16 points. First place finishers included Lewis, Camille Dickson, Brianna Kaminski, Reagan Casey, Alyssa Blanks and the Rebel 4x200-meter relay team. 5. GABBY BOSQUEZ REACHES THE UIL STATE CROSS COUNTRY MEET "Run like a Boss-quez" was the motto for Hays High junior Gabby Bosquez and the Rebel cross country team after she reached the UIL Class 6A girls state cross country meet in 2016. Bosquez accomplished the feat in only her first year of competing in the sport. Bosquez finished with a time of 19:05.60 at the state meet, which was good for 57th out of 152 athletes. Bosquez preceded her run at state with a 7th place fin- ish at the Region IV, 6A meet in Corpus Christi, and a 3rd place finish at the District 25-6A meet in Austin. PHOTO BY MOSES LEOS III Ab Thyme -'.:. : ~ ....* ........ ~.., . "~{ ~... ~:,,.i% " ~ ~ ' {:~:: :i'726 Manchaca Rd. AusU i 8748 (On the:: Left to right are Hays head cross country coach Traci Hightower, Gabby Bosquez and Emily Klaerner at the UIL state cross country meet. 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