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~i]J~l In IIUl~tt upimJmm~ z~u,~=,-,,~ + Page 2B $dU011m Hays Free Press June 22, 2011 + [ I Hays player earns MVP Former Hays player Mary Ann Rizo was named one of the South team's Most Valuable Players in the Austin Area High School Softball ~l- Star Game. Rizo drove' in two runs, and had a stolen base in the South's 8-4 victory. Rizo will play for Texas Lutheran University next season. , i! iiiii~'~;~i'~'i~ C01BTESY Pfl010. Continued from pg. 1B wins list. That also gives him 19 wins for his career, which is tied for seventh most an-time. With his All-American status, Smith ioins two Texas State players from the most recent NCAA Regional-qual- ifying team in 2009 - pitcher r, ane Holbrooks and first baseman Paul Goldschmidt - as the only Bobcat baseball players ever to eam All-Ameri- can honors. Also from that 2009 team, current junior Tyler Sibley was named a louisville Slugger Freshman All-American dur- ing his first season with the Bobcats. Smith is one of three South- land Conference players to be honored by Louisville Slugger as Texas A&M-Corpus Christi outfielder Matt Holland and Stephen E Austin outfielder Bryson Myles both earned third team honors. UCLA pitcher Trevor Bauer was named the Louisville Slugger Player of the Year. =umwr 'mm STA Junior pitcher Carson Smith became the third Texas State baseball player in the program's history to earn All-America9 honors this season. OURTI~Y PflOTO Hays' Brunnemann signs to play ball Hays first baseman Chase Brunnemann signed a National letter of Intent to play for Wharton County Junior College on Apdl 7, 2011. Brunnemann was second-team All-District this season and was also named Academic AII-Distdct. He batted .386 and had a .965 fielding percantage this season. "Chase is the main reason this team had the fewest errors on any team I have ever coached at Hays High School due to his amazing defensive skills he had at first base," Hays head coach Doug Ragsdale said at the Rebels' Spring Sports Banquet. "1 think he will do very well at Wharton," HaW Vollq nall Continued from log. 1B playot~. We're planning on leaving our mark on the Hays -,volleyball program. I'm very excited to see what this sea- i son will bring." Hays starts two-a-day practices on August 1. The Lady Rebels will play the likes. of defending state champion Lake Travis, regional power Spring and in the ultra-com- .petit ire Fraulein VoUeyfest tournament in New Bmmlfeb during non-district action. "We have a tough non- district schedule like always," Walther said. "But that's what it takes to get ready for a dis- trict with teams like Smithson Valle~ Canyon and Alamo Heights. It also makes you that much stronger when you get to the playoffs." 203 Railroad St. Behind City Hall Buda, Texas 78610 295-3670 ,tion Educational resources, supplies & decorations - Pre K & Up! Arts & cra~ gift items and MORE! Tear.hem. Parents & Everyonel I ' UtUe morn inn smct.tnm mchn, u Mr trim nmm so=oudmi Iletowin'tklh feel frae te emliH us a toain photo la ,JWi fennL Inclile a low nmmen om what yomr tout acconqdmM, ahene vato nnt ad ame,,Iram left to film in each raw, ef mer~me he tho!dmto to I SPECIAL THANKS TO: Buda Grocery, Tammy Gray-Buda Pharmacy, City of Buda-Alisha Burrow, Buda Fire Department, . [30d0 Downtown Merchant's Groupr Bert Bronau jhr Mary Capps, Eileen Conleyr Mark JonesF Marty Kanetzky, Liza Amezquita, Hays High School Administration and Staff, Hays High School Leo Club / PTSA / MCJROTC, Hays CISD Administration/Staff and Bus Transportation, parents of Hays High School students and the Buda/Kyle community for supporting Hays High School Project Graduation 20111