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Page 2B $#oRlrs Hays Free Press June 29, 2011 + W RIOT0 Hays Twins lake Hays Youth Pony South Division Championship Teem members (back row, left to right): Coach Matt Owens, Hunter Hantngton, Coach ~ ~, Migu~ Trujlllo, Jseh Valdez, Blake Knedllk, Devon Knedlik, Chris Boek~, Coby Brown, Clay Parham, Manager Steve Gray;, (front row) Conner Owens, Kaden Gray and Cole Haas. Adam Jones not pictured. ~,~..%~=C:,:.~:.~:::'=~:.v.='=:::.;.==.v.v='=.:..=. .=.;....,..~.~.= ........................................................................................................................................ t""''-;';a ~''';' ~ .................................................................................................................................... COURTESY PHOTO Former Lehman ace pitcher Thomas Kellner has baffled through inju- des since his senior year at LHS but finally found a collegiate home at Oklahoma Wesleyan University in 2010. This season, Kellner pitched Wesleyan to the National Chnstian Collegiate Athletic Conference Wodd Sedes title. Kellner won two games in the World Series, includ- ing a serias-clinching 4-1 victory over defending national champion North Greenville University pitching on only two days rest. Receive %3 q// I,mc/utsc I!l ~,2.; or more with this ml! + COUR11ESY PIN~0 14U Rangers lake the 'Ship in Drip' The 14U Rangers, a Dnpping Springs Next Generation Baseball Academy team, took first place in the "Battle for the Ship in Dnp" Tournament. Team members (back row, left to nght): Daniel Cabela, Jacob Hoyle, Coach Luke McNicholas, Ben Kadlecek, Reid Johnson; (front row) Edk Hamilton, Chris Logan, Sam Davilla, Austin McNicholas, Brodie Davis, Ty Snyder and Rafael Rodnguez. :: =::~ ::~c:~.::::~: :::, ::7 x-x ~ :'::;': :.~.:7:::~:-::7 .~ ~.'::~:: :':: :: :::"~::':'::'::::': 7:::'::: = :':~ :: :':: :':':~:': :" :':7:: ::: ~ ~ ::~: ": :':: ::: ::: :':: ~ : ~:~.~c:.':,~.~:':7~:~ ~.~.~.~.~;.~.7~:~:~,'~..~.3~:~:~-~'~:'.~:~c~'.'='~.~ ~ :: ~ ~ :': ~:~:'c~':~," ...................................................................................................................... 9U Rangers lake first at Super Series The 9U Rangers from Next Generation Baseball Academy in Dripping Springs took first place at the Super Senes in Taylor. The team went 5-1 for the weekend. Pictured, back row, left to nght: Coach Danny Cabala, Coach Bdan Hierholtzer and Coach Jerry Taylor. Middle row: RJ Cabela, Zach Tjelmeland, Cut- ter Duckett, Garrstt Espositio and Ryan err. Front row: Kyte Eaves, Caleb Kearly, Storm Hi- erholtzer, Garrett Kane and Matt Gustafson. Not pictured: Head Coach Dodd Johnson and Grant Carter. C0UR11ESY Ri01"0 Lehman 7-on-7 Continued from pg. 1 B used a reverse shuffle pass to the speedy Medley to totally befuddle Bastrop. Medley waltzed into the end zone for a 20-yard score, but the Lobos dropped the potential game-winning extra point and the game went into a second overtime tied at 31. After Bastrop scored and made a one-point conver- sion in double overtime, Lehman decided to go for a two-point conversion and the win after Anguiano's touchdown pass to Matt Zamaora brought the Lobos to within 38-37. The conversion pass was tipped away to bring the exciting game to an end. "I think we showed we have the capability to play at the level of some of the top programs around," Medley said. "I'm very proud of the way we pulled together as a team today." With the regular 7-on-7 season coming to an end Tuesday at Shelton Sta- dium, Williams and his teammates are anticipat- ing two-a-day summer workouts, which will begin August 1. "We definitely came a long way this summer since week one," Wtlliams said. "We can't wait for two-a- days to start. We'll be ready." Lehman 7-on-7 coach Lee Perry was also pleased with the way the Lobos pro- grassed this summer. "Without question we've gotten better this summer," Perry said. "I've seen a lot of kids develop into players who can definitely make a difference at the var- sity level. The culture has changed at Lehman. I was very proud of the way the kids showed up at each and every practice this summer. That kind of work ethic and dedication will serve them well this season." Ex-Reb Named Continued from pg. 1B All four student-athletes were also selected as all-conference picks this season. Texas State has had 27 all-academic honor- ees since 2002. The all-academic teams are voted on by the head coaches, sports information directors and academic/compliance ad- ministrators from each South- land university. Student-athletes. must possess a 3.0 cumulative GPA, have completed one full academic year at the nominat- ing institution and participated in at least 50 percent of the team's competition to qualify for the all-academic squad. We're growing and movh~ to Kyle! Buda location closed July 8-10 to make the move. Open in Kyle on July llth te 121 Hall Professional Clrcle ~cross from Plum Creek, behind "l~e Pslm care and Domino's Plzz~ ( 12) 2 -13, www.elltesducatlontx.com Educational resources, supplies & decorations - Pre K & Up[ Arts & crafts, gift items and MORE! Tc~hers. Parents & Ev .~. he! Lehman Alumni Athletes Continued from pg. 1B that oppommity. "I think there's a possibil- ity I'U get drafted next year and if that happens it would be awesome," he said. "It's something I've dreamed about for a long time." Miles said he still keeps up with the program Coach Robinson has continued to build at Lehman. "Coach Robinson has done a beck of a job," Miles said. "I'm so proud of the success they've had recently and will always be proud to have been part of the Lehman , baseball program." Robinson said he isn't surprised both Kellner and Miles have done this well on the college level. "}Vhen I think of a com- petitive baseball player, I think of Thomas Kellner," Robinson said. "He lives and breathes baseball. I remember when he was in high school he'd have four or five teammates out there year round until dark just trying to get better. Chad has always been a student of the game and has always tried to absorb as much coaching as he can wherever he is. I think he will be a great asset to the West Texas A&M program." Club VoHeyimli Tryouts AIn: N & IS, 8 ut-Ll raa . im=ioa i= & 17, l'J0 lUt3". lit. it imtmda, er IZt.t JULY 24 ~,b it. 2011. 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