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Page 2B ~ Hays Free Press * August 17, 2011 + + STAFF REPORTS New Texas State head coach Dennis Franchione announced that he will host the Inaugural Coach Fran Charities 5K Run and Walk on August 27 at Bob- cat Stadium. The race will be- gin at 8:30 a.m. and will benefit Gridiron Heroes. The cost for competing in the race is $25 for adults and $15 for students and children. Each participant receives a race T-shirt. Coach Franchione will present medals to the top Followingtherace, acheckwill three overall finishers in each be presented to Chris and Eddie race as well as the top three fin- Canales of Gridiron Heroes and ishers in each age category. In race participants can watch the addition, all participants are eli- Bobcats practice just one week gible to win raffle prizes that in- before their 2011 season open- clude an autographed football, ing game at Texas Tech. Runners and walkers can regis- Gridiron Heroes is a founda- ter for the race today or get more tion that provides immediate information at www.Coach- and long-term resources and FranCharities.org. Participants support to individuals who have can pick up their packets on suffered a catastrophic spinal race day at Bobcat Stadium from cord injury through activities 6:30-8:15a.m. Late registrations associated with high school are also accepted at that time. football. COURI"~ PtiOI0 Hays Football: Cards decked as Hays dominates Del Valle Continued from pg. IB Dennis Franchione announced that he will host the Inaugural Coach Fran Chari- ties 5K Run and Walk on Saturday Hays moved the ball up and down the field on the Cardinals, who beat the Rebels to claim the district crown the last time the two teams faced off in the regular season in 2009, with back-up quarterbacks Mason Cervenka and Adam Castro, and strong offensive line play leading the way. Defensivel~ Hays attacked the football and tackled Del Valle ball carriers behind the line of scrimmage more than a dozen times. The Rebels' first-team defense wasn't scored upon as Hays won the scrimmage four touchdowns to two. Del Valle's only touchdowns came against a mixtt~, of second and third teamers on Hays' defpnse late in the scrimmage. "I saw a lot of good things out there today," Hays head coach Blake Feldt said. "Our first- team defense flew to the football. We don't have a lot of size on either side of the football but we can compensate for that by being fast and knowing our assigmnents." Nolan Jones' fmnble recovery and Antonio Oliva leading a wall of Rebels to top Del Valle on fourth-down-and-2 near midfield set the tone for the scrimmage ear . Quarterback sacks by Dan- iel Minor and Mark Oldham, Joel Young's tackle for a 10-yard loss, and additional tackles for loss by Nate Paez, r,#e chael Pieprziea, ]T Sivils and Oldham, continued the trend ofthe PHOTO BY CYNDY SLOVAK-BARTON Hays quarterback Adam Castro scored twice dudng the Rebs' scrimmage against Del Valle Saturday at Shelton Stadium. Hays' first-team defense shut out the Cards during the two-hour scnmmage. Cardinals not being able to get anything going offensivelyagainst the punishing Hays defense, gest plays of thescrimmage early on. played very wee Everything is going well for us "We we,,re out there trying to gang tackle on Cervenka then found Schaubhut with a . right now." everyplay, saidHaysnosetackleKyteWilliams. 35-yard fade pass down the right sideline for Blake Feldt said the scrimmage was a good "We were very happy with the way we played a touchdown, and Castro came right back on together and showed great speed and hustle. If Hays' next offensive possession with a 15-yard we continue to move at that speed, we're going touchdown run on a sweep to the left side. to continue to make big plays." Castro capped off the scoring for Hays with a Offensively, Cervenka got the offense going 1-yard quarterback dive playfor atouchdown on with a 24-yard touchdown on a quarterback thefinalplayofthetwo-hourscrimmage. draw. Cervenka then lofted a 30-yard pass to 'qNe've been working very hard in practice ]axson Schaubhut, who made a leaping catch, and it's great to see it paying off now," Cervenka Romero followed with a M-yard scamper, and said. "Theoff~nsive line was dominating today, then Cervenka was on the receiving end of a the receivers made big catches, the quarter- 30-yard Adam Castro pass, for three of the big- backs were making their reads and the defense first step heading into Hays' season opener at home August 26 against Akins. The Rebs will have their final scrimmage of the preseason Fri- day evening at Temple High School "We still have a long.way to go until we're a finished product but it was an excellent first scrimmage," Blake Feldt said. "I've been here since the spring and haven't seen us go against another team. I wanted to see howwe respond- ed against someone else and I was proud of how we competed and the speed we played at." Continued from pg. 1 B and 11 digs, and Courtney Rogers had 30 assists. Emily Clark added 15 digs, and Stephanie Ellis and Rogers also had 10 digs to lead the Hays de- fensive charge. "This is obviously a big win for us," Hays head coach Erica Walther said. "Dripping Springs is a well coached program and they have a solid team year after year. I'm proud of the progress we've been making since practice started and this win is a reflection of that." Last weekend, despite playing without three of its six starters, the Hays volleyball team fin- ished runner-up in the consolation bracket of San Antonio's Northside ISD Tournament over the weekend. Playing without starting setter Hannah Ram- sey and starting outside hitter Natalie Valdez for the entire tournament, and starting outside hit- ter Beck for most of the tourney, the Lady Rebels played perennial Class 5A state power Churchill to within 25-21, 25-19 in a loss to open pool play. "I think if we'd have been 100-percent healthy, we could have beaten Churchill," Coach Walther said. "We played really well in that match." After a loss to Class 5A San Antonio Warren in pool play, Hays finally got on the winning track against San Antonio Southwest with a 25-17, 14- 25, 25-17 win in pool play. Paradeaux had nine kills and six digs, Clark had five kills and two blocks, and Rogers added 19 assists against Southwest. On Saturday, Hays easily won its opening match in consolation-bracket play 25-19, 25-9 against Devine. Paradeaux once again led the Lady Rebs with seven kills, while Rachel Normand and Clark added five kills each. Paradeaux and Clark led the blocking game at the net against Devine with four apiece. The Lady Rebels next rolled through Somerset in a 25-11, 27-25 win to advance to the consola- tion-bracket finals. Clark led Hays with six kills, while Dezaray Garner and Paradeaux added five kills apiece. Kelsea Sadler had four service aces against Som- erset, while Rogers tallied 16 assists and three aces. Hays' three-match winning streak came to an end in the consolation-bracket finals against Class 5A Steele in a 25-16, 25-20 loss. "I think we definitely need to get healthy, but the tournament was an excellent opportunity for our younger players to make a lot of strides and show what they can do on varsity," Walther said. "I think senior Emily Clark stood out as well from a leadership standpgint. She was hitting, blocking, and passing the ball well and playing great defense. She also showed she can be a great leader, which is always something you want to see out of your seniors." The Lady Rebels will next play in the presti- gious Fraulein Volleyfest Tournament in New Braunfels. The Fraulein Volleyfest is the second largest high school volleyball tournament in Texas. The Lady Rebs will be paired in a pool with Georgetown, El Paso Franklin and McAllen. Hays will begin play at noon Thursday against George- town at Oak Run Middle School in New Braun- fels. All of Hays' pool play games will take place at Oak Run Middle on Thursday afternoon. Hays Crush finishes fourth at nationals The Hays Crush, a T-ball softball All-Star team made up of 5,6 and 7 year olds representing the Hays 'Youth BasebalVSoftball Association, ended up in fourth place at the Pony National Tournament at Dell Diamond in Austin. The Crush narrowly lost the tlhird-place game by one run against Los Fresnos. The All Star team finished with a record 36 wins and five losses. The Hays Crush team members are: tCatyanna Rios, Sydney Wagner, Jullisse Vasquez, Aly York, Carlie Bartsch, Allyssa Haughton, Reagan Wick, Erin Madden, Isabell Harrin(lton, Kendra Lewis, Taylor Gleason, Katelyn Thurman, Isis Rivera, Akaysha Rodriguez, Assistant Coach Scott Wick, Head Coach Nathan Harrington, Assistant Coach Jeff Thurman, and Assistant Coach David Lewis. Club Volleyball TRY-OUTS This season TopFlight Volleyball ~ ~ 18 will offer teams for girls ages Ages 10-17, 10-17 for the 2011-2012 USAV 1-5 p.m. ~Aumn. Club Volleyball is cus although we offer uum Trout fees, fundraisen to help raise waivers ~le, that will help cover most or ill ~ per child of the cost. 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