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Page 2B SPOIII~ Hays Free Press * July 21,2010 Summer Hoops Continued from pg. 1B were the underclassmen guard tandem of ju- nior Charles Williams and talented sophomore De'Andre Carson who were the two top offensive threats for the Lobes. Williams led the team in scoring while Carson dished out the most assists in his second summer of varsity- level basketball. "I think those two guys were the leaders of this team all summer long," Lehman Elite Coach David Gutierrez said. "They were always very active on the defensive end and that helped keep us in a lot of games. It says a lot about how competitive they are to be able to play against guys two or ttrree years older and hold their own." Lehman head boys basketball coach Thomas Acker, who watched from the stands as the Lobos ad- vanced to the championship game at the Dynasty Royale Classic three weeks ago, was also pleased at how his young backcourt tandem has progressed over the summer. "We will be looking at both of those guys at the varsity level because they both have some talent," Acker said. "If they are able to help us, we will certainly utilize them. They struggled at times against the more experi- enced teams like Del Valle but overall I was pleased that those two guys continued to work and get better." Second year varsity play- ers Gino Silvas and Larry Benson, both seniors, were also able to play quality min- utes during the elite season. Silvas could possibly shoul- der some of the scoring load in the fall with his outside shooting touch while Benson spent the summer working diligently to improve his touch around the basket. "Both Gino and Adam have worked on the things that we've asked them to work on and I have seen tre- mendous improvement from them both," said Gutierrez. "I'm expecting them both to make big contributions to their team in the fall." The elite summer league showcased teams from Drip- ping Springs, Wimberley, DelValle, Clemens and New Braunfels. The league has served as a measuring stick for many players who have eligibility remaining on the high school level every season. It was only the second full season that Lehman has assembled an elite league squad and Acker believes that the young Lobos have reaped the benefits of facing off against top-level teams this summer. "Once the guys under- stand and start to execute what we are trying to teach them, the results can only be positive," Acker said. "l think the more that this summer program grows, the better offour players will be. And where we want to be is the playoffs." Lehman 7-on-7 Continued from pg. 1B for Lehman was newcomer Levi Ridley, a transfer from Tennessee who is expected to be in the Lehman starting iii i/ii!ii!!i;i! ~ii !i STAFF REPORTS The Tejanos Baseball Organization is made up of kids from around Hays County and surround- ing areas. The organiza- tion currently has an 8U team, 11U team and two 13U teams and are in the process of expanding to other age groups. The coaches are volunteers and their goals are to teach the camp in fundamentals of baseball and promote academic achievement. Coaches also ask players to volunteer and give back to the Hays community. The Tejanos areholding a free baseball camp on August 7 at Gregg- Clarke Park by the post office in Kyle. Not only will the camp give local children a chance to gain more base- ball skills and knowledge but it will also serve as a Season Kick-off The Annual Red &.Blue Kick-Off for the 2010 Rebel Football Season will be on Tuesday, Aug. 17. There will be a BBQ dinner in the Multi-Purpose room at Hays High School beginning at 6:30 p.m. Tickets may be purchased at the door for $6. Following the meal, a free program at Shelton Stadium will start at 8 p.m. The band, cheer squads, Highsteppers Dance Team and the 2010 Rebel football teams will be intro- duced. Plan on coming out for a wonderful evening! ROBERT AVERA ATTORNEY &CouNSELOR ESTATE PLANNING, PROBATE & FAMILY LAW COURTESY PHOTO school supply drive for local schools. We are asking each child that attends to donate school supplies if pos- .sible. For more information please visit www.Tejanos- baseball.com, or call David Cisneros at 512-736-9929. Camp times on Aug. 7 are as follows (Ages 7-8, 9-10:30 a.m.), (Ages 9-10, 11 a.m.- 12:30 p.m.), (Ages 11-12, 1 p.m.-2:30 p.m.), (Ages 13- 14, 3 p.m.-4:30 p.m.). Football Camp Rebel Football Camp for incoming 7th, 8th & 9th grade boys will begin on Mon- day, July 26, and conclude on Thursday, July 29. Camp will run from 8 a.m.-noon each day from 8 a.m. until noon. Cost is $50 and includes instruction, activities, drills and a camp t-shirt. C~tmpers may enroll and pay on Monday, luly 26, before camp starts. 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As the fall season ap- proaches, Meshell relished // the opportunity to have worked with a new core of Lobes who will be attempt- ing to make a serious playoff "Keeping Smiles Aligned run during their next two years at Lehman. for Over 20 Years" "There's no question we LONG ORTHODONTICS Our Buda office is now open! Near the comer of FM 1626and 967 3421 W. William Cannon Dr., Ste. 143 Austin, Texas 78745 (512) 892-5511 www.longortho.com are closing the gap between some of the other teams in our district," Meshell said. "All I tried to do was put them in a position to be able to make plays. Many of the guys on this team will be a big part of this program' for the next few years so I'm looking forward to being even more successful next summer." Lobe fullback Richard Porche is anxiously awaiting the start of fall practice in August, "Hopefully, this will be a new start for Lehman foot- ball," Porche said. "I think we are ready to take the next step." COURTESY PHOTO Champion Boxe Congratulations to Jeremy Rodriguez (Lehman High student), Jarren SaldaBa and Roman Ruiz (Buda Elementary student) on representing Bully Unit Boxing Club at the Odessa Boxing Ernest Franco 15th An- nual Invitational Show July 10. Rodriguez won the championship in the 152-pound division, Saldafia won the championship in the 119-pound division, and Roman Ruiz lost in the 85-pound division. The youth boxers are trained by. Joe Saldafia, Jeremy Rodriguez Sr. and Rick Olivio. They will be traveling to Waco August 5-8 for the Games of Texas. Left to right are Jeremy Rodriguez, Roman Ruiz and Jarren Saldafia. ADWARE SPYWARE MALWARE VIRUSES On-Site Removal (requires broadband intemet access) COMPO" Norton Internet Security and Anti-Virus 2010 Mfr Rebates Available to Previous Owners WE .WANT YOUR PHOTOS! 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