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Page 2B sm Hays Free Press August 24, 2011 Steady Job Then call me, because y0u'rt Steady Residence Proper Down Payment v' APPROVED 1503 RIVER ROAD o SAN MARCOS, TX M-F, 8:30-6pm & Sat, 8:30-5pm + BALL Akins at Hays When: Friday 7:30 p.m. Where: Shelton Stadium Records: Season opener for both Lest Meeting: Hays 41, Akins 20 (2010) What they're saying: "We're excited about the opp about our team and we're ready to get things started coach Blake Feldt Aldns Offense: Spread Aldns Defense: 3-4 Hays Offense: Spread Hays Defense: 3-4 Players To Watch, Hays - QB Caleb Kimbro, Slot I Romero, WR Mason Cervenka, C Boone Feldt, WR dard, LB Michael Pieprzica, LB Dalton Johnson, LB DE Kyle Cox Players To Watch: Akins - QB Rakim Jackson, WR/ dariz, WR/DB Felton Armstrong, LB Reggie Flowers, Saucers Intangibles: The first game of the Blake Feldt ere at F against a foe he will have to make sure his Rebels are against. Akins was 0-10 last season, and Hays whipp 21 points in the season opener last year. On a positiv~ QB Kimbro, slot receiver Romero and center Boone F this preseason were all nursing injures, should all be night. There should certainly be excitement in the air i once the 2011 season kicks off, and if things go dght son the Rebs will once again be battling for the Distdq Free Press Prediction. Hays 42, Akins 14 Rebel Varsity Football S DATE TIME OPPONENT SITE Aug. 26 7:30 p.m. Akins HOME Sept. 1 7:30 p.m. Anderson House Par Sept. 9 7:30 p.m. San Mamos Bobcat St; Sept. 167:30 p.m. Hutto HOME (He Sept. 237:30 p.m. Lehman* Visitor, Sh~ Sept. 307:30p.m.Alamo Heights* HOME (Ci- Oct. 7 7:30 p.m. Clemens* Lenhoff St Oct. 14 7:30 p.m. Lockhart* HOME (Be Oct. 21 OPEN Oct. 28 7:30 p.m. Canyon* N.B. Cany Nov. 4 7:30 p.m. Smithson Valley* HOME (Se *Distnct Games Hays High School tunity, excited - Hays head ~ceiver Michael -3renger Stud- Mark Oldhem, )B Andy Armen- )B/WR Michael ays will be I't ovemonfident d the Eagles by note for Hays, ddt, who at times }ady to go Fnday b Rebel Country or Hays this sea- 127-4A title. , Austin (Thurs.) Jium, San Marcos necoming) ton Stadium ,,er Parent Night) dium, Schertz Dd-a-Rama) n lior Night) Varsity Football Ros # NAME YEAR 2 Miguel Valdez Sr. 3 Rob Shelton Sr. 5 Trevor Ragsdale Sr. 8 Shawn Leerssen Sr. 11Caleb Kimbro Jr. 14Daniel Valdez Jr. 17Caleb Hubert Jr. 18Mason Cervenka Sr. 19Granger Studdard Jr. 20Bobby Minjarez Sr. 21Christian Rodriguez Jr. 22Beau Reed Jr. 24Taven Mayberry Jr. 25Adam Castro Soph. 26Dalton Johnson Sr. 27Mamus Blanco Sr. 29Jared Rodriguez Jr. 30 Devin Jennings Jr. 31 Jaxson Schaubhut Jr. 32 Michael Romero Sr. 34 Mark Oldham Sr. 35 Charles Johnson Sr. 36 Michael Pieprzica Sr. 38 Justin Plescha Jr. 40 Joel Young Sr. 41 Nate Paez Sr. 43 Hunter Burnett Sr. 44 Colin Hubert Jr. 49 Damian Chavero Sr. 52 Antonio Silva Sr. 53 William Trevillion Jr. 54 Adam Gold Sr. 56 Nestor Minor Sr. 57 Tanner Eskew Sr. 58 Daniel Minor Seph. 59 Chris Montes-Marin Sr. 60 William Linder Jr. 61 Benton Pruet Sr. 62 Stephen Castro Sr. 63 Nolan Jones Jr. 64 Jacob Gonzalez Sr. 65 Lane Cagle Sr. 66 Reed Darragh Jr. 67 Kyle Cox Jr. 68 Bailey Rhoads Jr. 72 Kyle Williams Sr. 74 Josh Pesina Sr. 76 Dustin Laundry Jr. 77 Mason Castiilo Sr. 79 Boone Feldt Sr. 80 Taylor Hough Sr. 81 J.T. Sivils Sr. 84 Travis Ncey Jr. 85 Hayden Cagle Soph. 88 Jesse Hendon Sr. 90 Tim Bosma Sr. 93 J.D. Passerell Jr. or New Hays Coaches Continued from pg. 1B POS, w'r. DB 141 WR 147 WR 142 WR 138 QB 190 DB 167 LB 186 QB 200 WR 170 DB 151 DB 172 RB 184 ' RB 160 WR 186 RB 162 LB 178 DB 175 LB 172 RB 171 RB 161 LB 172 RB 212 LB 201 LB 162 LB 203 LB 205 LB 167 LB 178 DB 153 eL 206 DL 275 OG 251 DL 281 OG 214 DL 226 OL 264 DL 207 OL 226 OL 252 DL 204 eL 214 OL 204. OL 254 DL 193 DL 224 OT 221 OT 217 OL 221 eL 203 OL 280 CB 158 WR 178 DB 165 WR 190 TE 195 LB 195 LB 173 "Hays High School is a spedal berley from 1987-1994 before place with outstanding kids," leavin4]forIc~ ~ParL Gambs said. "They've done ev- "Iknewal~ utHays' tradition," erything we've asked them to do Ellissald."Iw nttocollegeinSan since we walked on this campus. Marcosandv ~atwayswantedto Hays has had a terrific tredition get back dow here. In my career for so many seasons and our I've been aroland programs that goal is to continue that by win- werebothatl~vandbi__ghpoinls, ning games and going far in the and I can tell] you it's a lot more playoffs year after year." fun to get to t~e posts~as~ Ellis was an assistant coach ~ games. [l'hat's what were under Weldon Nelms at W'un- aiming for he~e." / Lehman at Austin-St. Michael's When: Friday 7:30 p.m. Where: Austin-St. Michael's Records: Season opener for both Lest Meeting: St. Michael's 35, Lehman 13 (2010) What they're saying: "This could be a season to remember, but it starts now." - Lehman head coach Steve Davis St. Michael's Offense: Spread St. Michael's Defense: 4-3 Lehman Offense: Multiple Lehman Defense: 4-2-5 Players To Watch: Lehman - QB Matt Anguiano, WR/DE Matt Riojas, LB Jon Frezier, RB Levi Medley, LB/RB Chades Williams, WR Jaylon Hardaway, eL Kenny Higgins, eL Ethan Martin, TE Julio Besa Players To Watch: St. Michael's - QB Cameron Waites, WR Bryce Peters, WR Luke Bohmfalk, DB Tanner Coffey, LB Vinnie Whitenight, WR Clarence Guerrero Intangibles: Lehman had big expectations going into its season opener last year against private school Austin-St. Michael's, but the Crusaders snuck up on the Lobes in a 35-13 win. St. Michael's went on to lose in the state semifinals, so the Lobes should be ready for a tough challenge again Friday night. Lehman coaches and players are predicting this will be the best season yet for the Lobes, with a run at the playoffs on the horizon. That winning attitude and confidence will need to carry over into Friday night and the rest of the non-district season if Lehman wants to prove to its district foes it's ready for a postseason push. Free Press Prediction: Lehman 20, St. Michael's 14 Lobe Varsity Football Schedule DATE TIME OPPONENT SITE Aug. 26 7:30 p.m. St. Michael's St. Michael's Sept. 2 7:30 p.m.S.A. Edison Shelton Sept. 9 7:30 p.m. Crockett Shelton (Middle School Night) Sept. 16 7:30 p.m.S.A. Jefferson Alamo Stadium Sept. 23 7:30 p.m. Hays* Shelton LHS/Home (Homecoming) Sept. 30 7:30 p.m. Canyon* Canyon Oct. 77:30 p.m. Smithson Valley* Shelton (Senior Parent Night) 6ct. 14 OPEN Oct. 21 7:30 p.m. Alamo Heights* Alamo Heights Oct. 28 7:30 p.m. Schertz Clemens* Shelton (Band-a-Mania) Nov. 47:30 p.m. Lockhart* Lockhart *Distnct Games Lehman High School Varsity Football Roster # NAME YEAR WT. POS. 2 Levi Medley Sr. 165 RB 3 Josh Ramirrez Sr. 130 REC 4 Bradley Brmxton Jr. 155 CB/REC 5 Kyron Morriisstte Jr. 160 CB 7 Christian Mlartinez Sr. 105 K 8 Matthew Riiojas St. 210 REC/DE 9 Matthew AmguianoSr. 170 QB 10 Adolfo Gon~alez Sr. 160 K 12 Conner Baird Soph. 165 REC/S 15 Tyler Hyss Soph. 170 RB/S 16 Brandon HamiltonSoph. 145 REC 17 AJ ~ Jr. 165 RB/LB 20 Lawrence Romero Sr. 155 S 21 Savaeon Ki~rkland Sr. 150 REC 22 Jayk)n Hardaway Sr. 160 REC 24 Adam Guajardo Sr. 145 RB 32 Matthew Zamore Sr. 200 RB 33 Charles Willliams Sr. 205 RB/OLB 40 Mark Trevin~o Sr. 190 LB 41 Christian Mdelendrez Sr. 155 FB 42 Valentin Carntu Sr. 180 DE 44 Gavin Bmwm Sr. 200 DE 45 Tyler Dodero Soph. 150 TE/DB 50 Clayton Gib)son Jr. 260 DT 51 Ethan Martiin Sr. 200 OL/OLB 52 Daniel Villal(obos Sr. 180 LB 53 Ben Mitchetll Jr. 180 LB 54 Dedck Chawarria Soph. 270 eL 56 Damian Rarmon-Lowe Soph. 215 eL 60 Johnny Limqon Sr. 290 OL/DL 61 Luke Hollen~ Sr. 195 OL/DL 63 Andrew HollleranSr. 200 OL/DL 65 Edwin Bahmna St. 195 DL 66 Bobby Limc3n Soph. 285 DT 70 Kenneth Hi~gginsJr. 280 OL/DL 73 Quadry Kirkdand Sr. 200 OL/DL 74 Kris Hernan~dez Jr. 235 DL 75 Cruz Bandal Jr. 225 Center 76 Jose Lire-Fl,lores St. 255 OL/DL 80 Foster Rico J Soph. 140 REC/DB 81 Nick Tamez: Jr. 160 TE 82 Cameron B~aird , Sr. 150 REC/CB 83 Ketton Poweell Soph. 130 Rec 84 Julio Besa Sr. 190 TE bl Imiail lis i blain ilkoto kl JPil fennat, ladmle a hnv sm~ PHOTO BY JASON GORDON Lauren Burke and the Hays volleyball team rallied from a poor start in the Fraulein Volleyfest to advance to the Copper Bracket finals, where the Lady Rebs lost to Austin High. Hays Volleyball Continued from pg. 1 B were very focused Friday and we needed them most." Saturday." Hays battled Austin High The Lady Rebels carried in the Copper Bracket title that momentum Saturdaygame, but fel125-17, 26-24. into their match with Calallen "It seems like with every in the Copper Bracket semifi- practice and every game we nals in a 25-21, 25-22 victory, continue to grow stronger Paradeaux had 13 kills, and grow together as a team," Beck totaled eight kills and Clark said. 13digs, Rogers had 23 assists, Hays next plays a dual and Emily Clark added four match against Regents and St. blocks in the win. Andrew's at Bales Gym Friday "Thematchagainst Calallen night. The Lady Rebs will take was the best we've looked all on Regents at 5 p.m., and will season," Walther said. "They face St. Andrew's at 7:30 p.m. were a tough team, but we Hays will host the Rebel managed to stay together and Bash volleyball tournament win the dl~cult polnts when ~ept. l and ~ept. 3. Lehman Football Continued from pg. 1B night," Davis said. "He had a good game." Following the punt, the Lobos were looking to strike quickly from their own 47- yard line. Senior quarterback Matt Angiuano threw deep down the middle of the field, and the pass would have been a sure touchdown ff receiver Jaylon Hardaway had caught the ball. Instead, it slipped through his fingers. Three plays later, the Hawks sacked Angiuano for a 16-yard loss, ending the night. Canyon Lake and Leh- man are both relatively new high schools with developing football programs, though Canyon lake has seen a little more success so far with two consecutive trips to the play- offs. Hawks head coach Matt Monzingo said he saw some good things from the Lobos on Thursday. "They're competitive as heck," Monzingo said. "They get after it. You've just got to continue to build on confi- dence, and they're getting better. Every year'they're get- ring a little better and a little better." Canyon Lake scored once during the 15-snap practice series, though Lehman did not. Lehman did score a few times during the goal-line scenarios, however, which were played from the nine- yard line. When the Lobes' first-team offense was on the field, Angiuano found Matt Riojas in the left corner of the end zone for an easy touch- down. During the second team's try at a goal-line situation, speedy running back Kyron Morissette leaped a Hawks defender near the line of scrimmage, then powered over a scrum of Hawks for an eight-yard gain to the one- yard line. Two plays later, Hardaway scored a touch- down on a difficult catch in the end zone. Lehman opens the regular season Friday night at Aus- tin-St. Michael's, Kickoff is scheduled for 7:50,p.m; For All Your Needs! www.HaciendaBuild.com FARMER Debbie Thames Insurance Agency AUTO * HOME * LIFE BOAT HEALTH 251 N. 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