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Page 2B SPORTS Hays Free Press August 31,2011 Hays at Anderson When: Thursday 7:30 pm Where: House Park Records: Hays 1-0, Anderson 1-0 Last Week: Hays 42, Akins 7; Anderson 16, McCallum 10 Last Meeting: Anderson 42, Hays 28 (2010) What they're saying: "We showed how explosive we can be. We could have easily put up 50 or 60 points tonight." - Hays receiver Mason Cer- venka after the Rebels' season opening win. Anderson Offense: Wing-T Anderson Defense: 4-3 Hays Offense: Spread Hays Defense: 3-4 Players To Watch: Hays - QB Caleb Kimbro, Slot Receiver Michael Romero, WR Mason Cervenka, C Boone Feldt, WR Granger Studdard, LB Michael Pieprzica, LB Dalton Johnson, LB Mark Oldham, DE Kyle Cox, MGKyle Williams. Anderson - RB Deryl Bunton, RB Devonte Dewitty, QB Shawn Webster, WR Justin Montemayo, DB Bradley Wilkins. Intangibles: Anderson returns only seven starters from a team that went 10-2 last year, including a win over Hays and a trip to the area round of the playoffs. After barely hanging on in its season opener against Mc- CalIum in a 16-10 win, it doesn't appear Anderson has the firepower to hang around with Hays. That statement will only ring true if the Rebels. who were flagged 19 times against an outmanned Akins team. have a repeat performance and give Anderson many more chances than they deserve. Look for a much more oolished and sharp performance from the Rebels Thursday night. Free Press Prediction= Hays 35. Anderson 13 San Antonio-Edison at Lehman When: Friday 7:30 pm Where= Shelton Stadium Records= Lehman 1-0, Edison 0-1 Last Week: Lehman 20-St. Michael's 9; Pleasanton 41, Edison 8 Last Meeting: Lehman 28, Edison 21 (2010) What they're saying: "It was a very physical game, which was good for us. Our kids never let up and I'm proud of their effort."- Lehman head coach Steve Davis after the Lobos beat St. Michael's last Friday night. Edison Offense: Option Edison Defense: Split Lehman Offense: Multiple Lehman Defense: 4-3 Players To Watch: Lehman - QB Matt Anguiano, WR/DE Matt Riojas, LB Jon Frazier, RB Levi Medley, LB/RB Charles Williams, WR Jaylon Hardaway, OL Kenny Higgins, OL Ethan Martin, TE Juiio Besa Edison - QB Joe Alvarez, RB Andre Richardson, WR Seth Henry, Jer- emiah Riojas, LB Eduardo Guevara, LB John Alvarado. Intangibles: Lehman knocked off an Edison team last season that ul- timately went on to finish 8-3 and lose in the first round of the playoffs. The Golden Bears return nine players from that team, and should be hungry after Pleasanton stole their lunch money in a 41-8 season open- ing whipping last weekend. Lehman can't take Edison for granted even though the Lobos are playing their home opener ~ front of a crow(] that's sure ~o be fired up. If Lehman can build on its wm last week against tough private school St. Michael's, the Lobos should walk out of Sheiton Stadium with a win Friday night Free Press Prediction: Lehman 27, Edison 13 Rebel Volleyball Continued from pg. 1B Antonian junior varsity. The Lady Rebs will have their opening match against An- tonian at Bales Gym at 8 a.m. "I think we're playing well enough right now to win our tournament, and that should always be our goal," Walther said. "We want to come out of the tournament healthy, and with the same kind of confidence we've built up, over the last couple of weeks." After hosting Austin High in its final non-district tune- up on Thursday, the Lady Rebs open the District 27-4A season Friday at Bales Gym against defending cham- pion Smithson Valley. The varsity match against the Lady Rangers is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. + Rebel Football: Robs romp Akins 42-7 Continued from pg 1B Akins running back D'Auuhndre Raindle were flagged for 10 penalties for 100 to- Romero added another touchdown on from the ball as soon as he took a snap in tal yards, including five personal fouls, a 15-yard run early in the fourth quarter. the wildcat formation on the Eagles' first before the break. Hays finished the game He fumbled the ball into the end zone but possession. Williams recovered the fum- with 19 penalties for 170 yards,quickly pounced on the ball for another ble and after runs of 23 and 10 yards by "We started the game about as sharp as Rebel score. Kimbro, Charles Johnson bulled his way we could have." Feldt said. "We still have a Hays held Akins to only 182 yards total up the middle for a 6-yard touchdown lot we can fix, but this has a chance to be a offense. The Eagles avoided being shut- run to put Hays up 14-0 midway through very good football team." out when Benny Orosco completed a 10- the first quarter. Things settled down after halftime and yard touchdown pass to Jamie Juarez with After consecutive quarterback sacks by the Rebels commenced to finishing off 26 seconds left in the game, Nate Paez and Dalton Johnson forced an the Eagles. "The kids were moving to the football Aklns punt that Hays' speedy slot receiver Kimbro, who finished the game with really well," Hays defensive coordinator MichaelRomeroreturned25yardstopave 148 yards rushing and 110 passing, ex- Doug Ragsdale said of his Rebel squad the way for a 1-yard ]axson Schaubhut ploded through the middle of the Akins that recorded seven sacks against Akins. scoring dive. Kimbro's conversion pass to defense for a 45-yard touchdown on Hays' "If we continue to do that. we'll be a de- Granger Studdard gave Hays a 22-0 lead first drive of the second half and after an- lense that gets a lot of tackles for loss." less than 10 minutes into the game. other Williams fumble recovery Michael Hays will be back in action Thursday Hays allowed Akins only three first Romero scampered into the end zone night when it takes on Anderson at House downs in the first half, but the Rebels from nine yards out to make it 35-0. Park in Austin. FARMER Debbie Thames Insurance Agency. AUTO HOME LIFE BOAT HEALTH 251 N. FM 1626 #2C Buda. TX 78610 Office: (512 3/2-1917 Fax: 312-0688 Emaik Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm Your B usiness & Referrals Are Appreciated Rebel X-Country: Hays rolls pair of 7s Continued from pg. 1 B place overall finish in a time of 11 min- gionais last year in our district - Canyon "It was the first meet of the year and utes, 50 seconds, and Smithson Valley." he said. "Our dis- we still have a lot of work to do," Buck- "We goi really strong performances trict is really unique in that it is so deeply ley said. "This was a good starting point from both of our top runners today," Hays talented. The teams that advance to re- for a lot of our kids who had never raced head coach Cliff Buckley said. "Mariana gionais usually have very strong show- before. I could see that some of the kids and Michael have been training extreme- lugs. The SmithsonVailey boys wound up were struggling but what I really liked is ly hard this summer and it was great to 2rid in the state and the Canyon girls got that none of them gave up. It is truly an see that pay off for them. They have lofty 5th at region." amazing thing to see your kids giving you goals for this season and I am going to Saturday rounding out the top finishers whatever they have and not holding back. try my best to help them achieve those for the Hays boys were Ryan McSpadden This team has a lot of heart." goals." (15th overall, 10:21), Tom Ayers (32rid, The Hays junior varsity boys had a very Buckley added it was good to see some 10:47 senior), Logan Lindsey (54th, 11:10) good showing and took first place as a familiar competition in New Braunfels. and Tyler Andrade (56th, 11:21).team led by freshmen Heath Agnew (1st), "We knew we would be running with The Lady Rebels varsity team's top fin- Jason Peed (4th) and Anthony Lewis(5th). some really good teams right out of the ishers were Emily Crewell (l'7th, 12:25). The Hays cross-country team will next gates and wanted to get a good look at CarlyHogue37th, 13:06),RoseHyak(45th, travel to Vista Ridge to run a relay race two of the teams who advanced to Re- 13:27) and Marissa Sigala (48th, 13:48). under the lights Friday night. Austin Ear, Nose & Throat Clinic PEDIATRIC AND ADULT CARE Austin Ear, Nose. and Throat Clinic is proud to introduce our Kyle location. Tom Nowlin is one of our physicians specializing in both pediatric and adult care with ce fication from the American Board of Otola Nngology. Dr. Nowlin's scope of practice includes ear disorders, allergy, hearing aids. facial plastic surgery, advanced sinus surgery, and cancers of the head and neck. He strives to stay abreast of the latest technological advances in medicine and works toward developing a trusting relationship with his patients. Additionally, Dr. Nowlin is a native Texan, avid outdoorsman, and hunter. He and his family enjoy ex- ploring all the wonder Texas has to offer. 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