Newspaper Archive of
Hays Free Press
Kyle, Texas
August 28, 2013     Hays Free Press
PAGE 7     (7 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 7     (7 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
August 28, 2013

Newspaper Archive of Hays Free Press produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

p rt:s THE Students return to school. See pictures of all the excitement. - Page 3B Ia ,ree  tree August 28, 2013 Page 1B PHOTO BY MOSES LEOS, III Lehman wide receiver Malcom Turner plows through Canyon Lake defenders in the Lobos' scrimmage on Aug. 23. Both Hays and Lehman took part in scrimmages last Friday, as both schools tune up for the 2013 football season. "Ihe Final C..untdown Rebels, Lob ): ;: une_. up..for season openers PHOTO BY MOSES LEgs, III Hays running back Dylan Kasper runs past New Braunfels Canyon defenders in their scrimmage at the "Red Zone" last week. The Rebels open their 2013 season at home against San Antonio Burbank this Friday night. HAYS REBELS BY MOSES LEOS III ing the ball in stride, with no Cougar defenders around him. "I read the safety and the comer; they crashed, so I sawTy wide open," Jordan said. From there, the Rebels team contin- ued its progression under head coach Neal La Hues system. Overall, La Hue was impressed with what he witnessed on the field. "I was pleased with the kids' effort. They worked hard, especially against a team as physical as [New Braunfels] Canyon," La Hue said. The physicality of the 5A opponent was a new dynamic for several players. HAYS REBEL FOOTBALL, 2B The Rebels were seeing red in their scrimmage against New Braunfels Canyon- literally. Amid hot temperatures, Hays battled the blindingly unique red tuff at Cou- gar Stadium.While the turf intensi- fied the heat, it did not cool down the Rebel's resolve. Hays did not take long to get the ball rolling. On one of the first plays of the day, quarterback ]effJordan lobbed a 57-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Ty Goebler. The crowd buzzed as Goebler broke past coverage, catch- LEHMAN LOBOS BY MOSES LEOS III The Friday night lights at Shelton Stadium shone bright on the Lobos as they took on Canyon Lake in their first and only scrimmage of the season. Players enjoyed the moment, as they were able to play against someone other than their teammates. "It's exciting. We were all excited. To see someone else, you want to go after them," running back Paul Brown said. Lehman took the field with some nerves in mind. Head coach Todd Raymond described the team as "jit- tery" during warm-ups. The unease extended into the initial scripted play portion of the scrimmage. Yet, when the Lobos got a chance to play in a simulated half, the nerves dissolved, with players showing their much-awaited potential many fans wanted. Lehman took little time to prove itself on the field. The Lobos stormed 75 yards on their first drive, with rtm- ning back/quarterback Paul Matthews capping off the drive with an eight-yard touchdown run to give Lehman a 7-0 lead. The fast pace was the theme of the night. Raymond wanted to keep the tempo on the Canyon Lake defense. He was pleased at the way the Lobos wore down the Hawk defense. "Offensive line did a good job. I'm proud of the way our kids responded," Raymond said. "We wore them down. They struggled with our fast pace." On defense, the Lobos tried their hand at stopping an all-out run attack from the Hawks. It was a difficult task, as the Lobos had little preparation for PHOTO BY MOSES LEOS, III Lehman runningback/quarterback Paul Matthews attempts to rush past Canyon Lake defenders in the Lobos' first and only scrimmage of the season. the multiple-back formations Canyon Lake threw at them. "The defense [we ran] toda it's something we don't usually learn," Linebacker Tyler Hyss said. "We did well to overcome adversity." Raymond was impressed at the physicality of the defense, which held Canyon Lake to only one touchdown in the simnlated half. While a few big plays were conceded, he was pleased overall, "Super proud of kids defensively," Raymond said. "They felt good about themselves. Our camaraderie as a team was much better than it was." Lehman's offense continued harass- ing the Hawks defense. They used a balanced mix of plays, using the LEHMAN LOBO FOOTBALL, 2B PHOTO BY CYNDY SLOVAK-BARTON Lady Lobo Aleeya Eskridge blocks a spike from San Marcos Rattler Kile Coleman. Rattlers bite Lobos in three straight BY SPENCER SPILMAN In three hard scrabble games, with the lead teetering each game, the San Marcos Lady Rattlers took down the Lehman Lady Lob0s throe straight, 25-19, 30-28, 25'20, Tuesday night in the Lobo Den. It was the teams' first meet- ing of the season. The Lobos got offto a fast start in game one with aces by Heidi Munoz and Kali Palo- marez. After taking an early 6-1 Lobo lead, Rattlers' Mikali Myers ended the run and the Rattlers followed with five more points of their own. Af- ter trading points, Palomarez got the lead back for Lehman 17-16 with another ace, but after that it was all San Marcos. A few aces of their own helped give the Rattlers a game one win 25-19. The fight of the night came in game two. Both teams were playing hard at the net and diving on the floor. Lehman's Marissa Gonzales served for five straight points and gave the Lobos an early four point lead. The Lobos had game point at 24-22 until the Rat- tiers came back with three points of their own. After several long and tiring points, the two teams were tied at 28. With the Rattlers serving for the win, Bailey Hill hit a cross- court spike into the back corner, sealing game two for San Marcos 30-28. The Rattlers didn't let up in game three, and jumped out to a 9-2 lead. The Lehman girls never gave up. Lobos' Aleeya Eskridge had two crucial kills to keep the Lobos close. A huge block by Haley Rohde and a cross-court spike from Munoz got the crowd LEHMAN VOLLEYBALL, 2B Your Orthopedist: is Nearby Jeffrey R. Padaleckl, MD Orthopedic Surgeon ARC Far West, ARC Medical Park Tower Orthopedics. ARC Southwest ARC Far West 6835 Austin Center Blvd Austin. Texas 78613 512-346-6611 ARC Southwest 1807 Slaughter Lane Suite 490 Austin, Texas 78748 512-282-8967 ARC Medical Park Tower Orthopedics 1301 W. 38th Street, Suite 102 Austin, Texas 78705 512-4544561 ARC Clinic & Urgent Care* Services . ' ARC Clinic. Urgent Care & After Hours Services 512-ARC-IN FO (512-272-4636) N