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27-YEAR LEGACY Hays Hills' David Sweet hands over reins to new pastor. - Page 6 Page 4 Hays Free Press July 26, 2017 From taking on Tackle Tubes to learning how to properly receive a handoff from a quarterback, students at the Buda Bandits football camp gained an in-depth look into the sport. The camp, held July 19-21 at Barton Middle School, had campers learn fundamentals of the game, including proper tackling techniques, as well as X's and O's of the PHOTOS BY RAFAEL MARQUEZ PHOTOS BY MOSES LEOS III i i i! Learning the fundamentals of volleyball was the focus for those attending the annual Hays Rebel volleyball camp, which was held July 24 to 26. The camp was led by Hays High head volleyball coach Stephanie Coates and her coaching staff, which instructed campers on proper hitting, passing and serving techniques, along with the basics of the game. Left, joined by Hays High assis- tant volleyball coach Jessica Hinton, several campers listen to instruction prior to starting a drill inside of Red Gym. Center, a participant in the Hays High volleyball camp passes the ball forward during drill. Right, a group of Hays Rebel volleyball campers show proper technique prior to starting a setting drill. After finishing first at sectionals and coming up short with a second place finish at regionals, the 8U Man- chaca Thunderstix capped off their 2017 season with an tmdefeated run in Laredo to become the champions of the 2017 PONY South Zone. The competition began with pool playWednesday and ended with the Thunderstix blowing away the competition en route to a 3-0 record with only 5 runs allowed and earning the top seed going into bracket play. After a day offThursday, the Thunderstix used dominating vic- tories in their next three games as their foes managed to only scratch out two runs per game. The Thunderstix then avenged losses to the Normoyle Fearless with a one-run win to earn a berth in the championship game. The team showcased dominance in the championship game with an 11-4 win over the Fearless to claim the title. COURTESY PHOTO Members of the Manchaca Thunderstix include (top row, L-R) coaches John Fey, Larry Hernandez, Seth Gamblin, Aleza Ruiz, Josh Armendariz, Dave Magallanez. Players for the team consisted of (middle row, L-R) Addison Fey, Allison Hernandez, Aubree Beck, Mia Ruiz, Miren Armendariz, Kylie Davey, Natalia Aleman, (bottom row, L-R) Lillie Gideon, Corina Lopez, Lacey Magallanez, Lauren Jordan, Kiersten Williams, Madison Howard. Repu ta t, n is No 3 great locations near you: Austin Dripping Springs Kyle 1740 Manchaca Rd. 3990 Highway 290 21681 IH-35 292-1080 894-3888 262-101 Check the status of your vehicle online! www.ammcollision.com , N ,,ili