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Page 2B SPORTS Hays Free Press June 12, 2013 Lehman's Top 10: Great athletic moments in 2012-2013 Continued from pg. 1B + 4. Ariana Gallegos high jumps to State Senior high jumper and basketball player Ariana Gal- legos blazed a new path for Lady Lobo's athletes in 2013. In addition to a strong season on the hardwood, Gallegos overcame difficult weather conditions during the Area and Regional rounds to reach the UIL State Track and Field Meet in Austin. Gallegos was the first high jumper to reach the State Meet in school history. She finished with a seventh place finish, reaching a height of 5 feet, 2 inches. 5. Lehman, Guajardo, Tamayo earn All-District MVP honors Three Lobos stood out above the crowd in their respective sports, earning Overall Most Valuable Player in district play for the 2013 season. Forwards Eli Guajardo and Mariah Tamayo completed a Lehman sweep of the 49-4A MVP awards in soccer. Both players were key components in the boys and girls soccer team's success. Guajardo completed his final year in a Lehman uniform by scor- ing 26 goals on the season. Tamayo finished her junior season by scoring 11 goals; she also tied the team high of 13 assists on the year. In baseball, the pitching prowess of Hunter Lehman helped him earn MVP status in 27-4A. Lehman, who will continue his pitching ca- reer at Blinn Junior College, compiled a 7-1 record in 2013 with 97 strikeouts. In addi- tion, Lehman set the Lobos career strikeout record, punching out 201 batters, breaking Jacob Urea's previ- ous mark of 161. 6. Eight Lobos sign on to play at the next level Excellence on the field and court helped eight Lobo and Lady Lobo athletes reach the next level of athletic competi- tion. These athletes signed on to play collegiately, ready to continue their roles as student-athletes at the NCAA and NJCAA level. Signing on to continue their athletic education in 2013 were: Cruz Banda-Football (Weyland Baptist University) De'Andre Carson-Basket- ball (Texas A&M University- Commerce) Ariana Gallegos-Basket- ball (Crowder College-MO.) Eli Guajardo-Soccer (Huston Tillotson College) Kenny Higgins-Football (Blinn Junior College) Hunter Lehman-Baseball (Blinn ]unior College) PHOTO BY CYNDY SLOVAK-BARTON Ariana Gallegos attempts her second jump at the state track meet. Gallegos was the first high jumper from Lehman to reach the state competition. Alaina Martinez-Golf (Texas A&M University-Com- merce) Ashley Stephens-Basket- ball (University of Texas -San Antonio) 7. Max Soto breaks Lady Lobo goal scoring record Lehman Lady Lobo for- ward Max Soto has always had a penchant for finding the back of the net when she is on the pitch. She proved SOTO how vast her expertise was in 2013, as she broke the career goal scoring record of S1, set by Dominique Jaquez in 2009. The historic feat occurred on Feb. 26, when the Lady Lobos crushed La Grange in a 10-0 demolition. Soto scored three goals on the night to give her a total of 54; Soto finished the season with goals 56 in total. In addition, Soto tied Jaquez' mark of 31 goals scored in one season. and Guerra at 220 lbs. Gaitan earned the win, going seven and Guerra placed second innings, striking out nine and in their class, with Gonzalez giving up only four hits. On placing third, helping offense, Lehman took a 3-0 Lehman finish as runner-up lead into the fourth inning to Port Lavaea Calhoun. and never looked back. The win was particularly special 9. Lehman baseball sweeps for the senior class, as the Hays Lobos notched the victory The Lobo baseball team in front of a packed home earned two of the most cel- crowd on Senior Night. ebrated victories against rival Hays in 2013. Not only did the 10. Lehman football outlasts Lobos best their cross town Anderson rivals, they also extended The first year under head their dominance over Hays, coach Todd Raymond proved having won five of the last six to be tough one for the Lo- meetings with the Rebels. bos. The squad finished 2013 Lehman defeated Hays in a with a 2-8 overall record, 1-6 true pitching duel on March mark in 27-4A district play. 26. The Lobos prevailed 2-1, Despite where they fin- setting the table for the sec- ished, one game showed just ond meeting on April 19. how much fight the Lobos Game two of the series saw held all year long. Lehman rout the Rebels in The Lobos were locked in a an 8-0 shutout. Justin Penney defensive battle withAnder- 8. Lady Lobo powerlifting makes history Alyssa Gaitan, Kat Mohle, Natalie Guerra, Jessica Gon- zalez and Blanca Villegas all participated in the highest ever finish by a Lobo athletic team in school history. The squad placed second at the Texas High School Women's Powerlifling Asso- ciation (THSWPA) State Meet in mid-March. All five qualified for state, with Gonzalez in the 105 lbs. weight class, Gaitan, 114 lbs.; Mohle andVillegas, 165 lbs.; COURTESY PHOTO Lehman's runner makes it safely to second as the Lobos beat Hays High 3-0 on Senior Night. son in the third game of the Lobos had one final chance season, with the Lobos eager to turn the tide. After a to notch their first win in the lengthy drive down the field, Raymond era. Quarterback Josh Guerrero The Lobos sported a 9-7 and wide receiver Tyler Do- lead at halftime, but turn- dero answered the call, as the overs and miscues allowed two combined for a 17-yard the Trojans to take a 14-9 lead reception in the back of the late in the fourth quarter, end zone in the final minute Yet late in the game, the to win 15-14. -:::::::v,:: 4.Yea r.OId Proo ram :i b ii~ili SCUdder Primary,- Tui~j~ba~ed PreK program open to all in Hay county area environ n , Certi ache and assistant . Aboul + Hands,on training Bear is a big, handsome man. He is a lab/anatolian mix and is around 2 years old. Bear is also house trained! He loves people and gets along with other dogs. He is currently waiting for his forever home at the shelter. Baby Doll is the Cat of the Week! Her adoption fee is only $25.00! Baby Doll is a beautiful 5 year old calico. She is very friendly towards people and doesn't mind other cats. Please stop by and meet her today! 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