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$P01ff$ Hays Free Press September 15, 2010 + + freepre The Lel~ Country te a new chal] but unfort had the ex their prese Coach Ja third behiv old nemes on Invitati meet of th~ BY MARK CAUL ; man Lobes Boys Cross tm was ready to take on enge at a different venue, mutely two familiar foes act same idea and made ice felt. ' Sansom's Lobes finished t state-ranked Luling and ; Lockhart at the Moult- ,hal in only their second season. "There were obviously a lot of good team~ at the meet who showed up with We same purpose in mind - and tha~ was to compete against Ty Greer makes touchdowr grab after pass fron Calet Kimbro ol an excitin( quartei back revers, play durin, Hay.' 34-17 wi over Sa Marco,' The Rebel will get tough te again~ undefeate Hutto Hippo St; dium Frid~ nigt HAYS AT I When: Fri Where: H Records: Last Wee Hutto bea Last Mee schools What the~ and quick quick. We them." - Reyes Hutto Off Hutto De' Hays Offt Hays DSt Players 1' Smith, RE bro, QB k Romero, I II1"0 Jay, Sept. 17, 7:3 p.m. ppo Stadium Hays (2-1), Hutt~ ~-0) c Hays beat Sen tvarcas 34-17, : McCallum 55-42 ing: First meeting betceen ,'re saying: 'Hutto iexplosive but we're iust as ePlosive and re definitely not int)idated by -lays defensive lin~)an Austin mea: Multiple ense: 3-4 nse: Multiple )rise: 3-4 Watch: Hays' RB Torrance Tony Garza, (~ Caleb Kim- lason Cervenl4, WR Michael )L Austin Re,#, DE Alan Matin, III Continu ,=d from gJ. 1B Hays, vas in anger of stay- ing win].~ss in ~ague play af- ter faUin g behixd in game one early or agahst Clemens. A loss cou d haxe proved deadly in what |s sha~ing up to be an ultra-co~pe.tfive 27-4A race ]listricts four postsea- for the son spot ;. "This was absolutely the most in had so fi coach El is one di start the After to win RanseyL, head se the gar jumped never 1o Valde ,portant match we've r this year," Hays head ica Walther said. "This trict you don't want to =eason 0-2 in." he Lady Rebs rallied game one, capped by beautiful over-the- L to Kelsea Sadler for le-winning kill, Hays ahead in game two and ~ked back. started a surge with a e some of the best talent from all over the state," Sansom said. "Luling and Lockhart have always had very strong programs and this year is no excep- tion. But our guys did a great job of competing." Senior captain Eddie Chabarria, ju- nior Javier Torres, sophomore Patrick Villareal, senior Ryan Sorensen and sophomore Brian Velasquez were all top five finishers at the meet. "It was a new course for us but it was something that we were excited about trying," said Sansom. "Anytime you can get any kind of work in at an unfamiliar venue it serves you well down the road." At the same meet, the Lady Lobes secured a first place finish with cap- tain Amara Smith leading the way for Lehman with a fourth place finish clocking in with a time of 13:56. Freshman Olivia Marzullo was close behind, finishing fifth (14:04), ]essica Castro was sixth (14:05) and Ashley Morgan (14:09) and Stephanie Favela (14:15) were among the top finishers for the Lady Lobes. The Lehman girls dominated the meet by placing seven runners in the top 15. Erika Rangd and Mayra Zamora were the other two Lady Lobes who competed at the meet. Both teams will return to action on Friday at the Pflugerville Invitational Meet at Northeast Park in Pfiuger- ville. PHOTO BY JUDY COOPER Amara Smith hits her stdde during cross country action for Lehman last week- end. Smith finished fourth individually in the Moulton Invitational to lead the Lady Lobes to a first place team finish. PHOTO BY TONY sJrrH WR Ty Green, WR Granger Studdard Hutto - RB Xavier Wynn, QB Ryan Higgins, RB Greg Pitre. RB Darrien Allen, WR Alex Aday, WR Keaton Knapp Intangibles: Hays looked impressive last week against San Marcos, but the Hutto Hippos are a different animal. So far this season, Hutto has averaged more than 50 points per game in wins over LBJ, Waco University and McCallum. The Hippos can stomp you several different ways, as Xavier Wynn leads a balanced rushing attack with 433 yards, including 197 last week against McCallum. Hutto can also beat you through the air, as Ryan Higgins threw for 247 yards two weeks ago. Hays will likely have to light up the scoreboard to hang with the hungry, hungry Hippos, who may have their best team in school history. A Rebel victory would be a huge momentum boost heading into a tough District 27-4A schedule. Free Press Prediction: Hays 41, Hutto 40 PHOTO BY DOMINIC MARTINEZ Lehman's Jan Frasier doesn't care that he lost his helmet as he drags down a Crockett ball carrier. The Lobes are back in action and look to go 3-1 on the season Friday night against San Antonio Jefferson at Shelton Stadium. SAN ANTONIO JEFFERSON AT LEHMAN When: September 17, 7:30 p.m. Where: Shelton Stadium Records: Lehman (2-1), Jefferson (0-2) Last Week: Lehman beat Austin Crockett 32-16, Jefferson was idle What they're saying: "1 think our defense and offense are starting to work better together so we have a lot more confidence. If we can keep from making those little mistakes, we will continue to win games." - Lehman junior Matt Riojas Jefferson Offense: Option Jefferson Defense: Multiple Lehman Offense: Multiple lehman Defense: 4-2-5 Players To Watch: Lehman - LB Jon Frazier, RB Levi Medley, RB/LB Charles Wil- liams, WR/QB Harvest Trammell, WR Peter Gutierrez, SE Jaylon Herdaway Jefferson - QB Jorge Flores, HB/LB Patrick Farias, SE/SS Donnie Dents, LB/TE Mark Mangel, WR Justin Fuentes, DT/OT Cody, DeLaCruz Intangibles: Lehman found another new offensive weapon in RB Medley, who rushed for 154 yards on 24 carries dur- ing last week's win over Austin Crockett in his first varsity start. If Medley can stay consistent running the ball, that should open up the explosive Lobe passing attack that features Hardaway and Gutierrez. QB Anguiano had his best game of the season (10-for-18 for 149 yards). The Mustangs will rely on their passing attack which is led by QB Flares who threw the ball 52 times in a loss to Pleasanton two weeks ago. Dents, a 5-11 basketball player who can leap, averaged about 18 yards per catch in two games this season and has amassed over 200 yards in receiving yards. Look for Jefferson to try and exploit the much smaller Lobe secondary through the air while the Lobes defense will try and pressure Flares. Expect this to be a high scoring affair with two explosive offenses going head-to-head. But after the dust settles, Lehman should secure a wild, shootout homecoming win. Free Press Prediction: Lehman 38, Jefferson 35 Lobo Volleyball Continued from pg. 1B .. 1 Filipl will be out of game action for up to two weeks. '~kriana stepped up and did a great job tonight." Sandovalsaid. "She was ag- gressive at net and had a couple of key blocks for us when we needed them." Gallegos finished with nine kills and five blocks in her first varsity start. None of her blocks were bigger than the pair she had toward the end of the final game as she stuffed Lock- hart's Alexandria Carter twice at! the net to give the Lady Lobes a 23-20 lead and then again for match point as Carter attempted an attack from the right side. Lehman next hosts Smithson Valley before traveling to Clemens Friday night. "Both of those teams will be extremely big challenges for us." said Sandoval. "But I know the girls are looking forward to it." Lobo Football Continued from pg. 1B ma Ugoala for a 29-yard touchdown and after Wag- ner bolted up the middle a play later for the ensu- ing two-point conversion, the Cougars had an 8-0 ad- vantage. After the Cougars scored again midway through the fourth quarter on a nifty fake field goal at- tempt with Wagner taking the snap from center and finding Ugoala all alone in the back of the end zone for a 19-yard touchdown. Wagner darted in for the two-point conversion and the Cougars were ahead 25-16. But a few plays later, Lehman put the game out of reach late as Hardaway scored his second touch- down on an 18-yard sweep to close out the scoring for the Lobes. The Lobes weren't per- fect, as they lost three fum- bles and also committed 13 penalties. "With the district we're in, we can't expect to keep committing the same mis- takes and expect to win," Davis said. "We still have a lot of work to do before then." The Lobos (2-1) will next play San Antonio ]efferson at Shelton Stadium on Friday. cross-court kill, and then reded off five straight points while serving in a stretch that includ- ed two aces. "We really needed this win, aad we all knew it," Valdez said. "We are confident we can pla~ well in this district, but we needed to prove R tonight." After Clemens won game three, Sadler, who led Hays with 13 kills, took over in game four. Sadbr had three kills in a row to ~ive Hays a 9-6lead, and then added two more to help the Lad~ Rebels extend their advantage to 20-15. After Clemens cut the margin to 22-18, Jessica Williams' ace and Emily Clark's kill put the match away for the Lady Rebs. Hays is back in action Friday night at homeagainst Canyon. i/ LONG ORTHODONTIC S "Keeping Smiles Aligned for Over 20 Years" Our Buda office is now open! 3310B FM 96~, Ste. AI 1O Buda, Texas 78610,~(512) 523-8680 Near the comer of FM 1626 and 967 W. William Camnon Dr., Sic. 143 Aut~m, TexaB 78745 ~l 2) 892~51 l w , Are you or your child interested in excelling their experience in volleyball? If so KyLe Juniors We understand that Club VoLLeybalL CLub can VoLleybaLL is cosily at- heLp. 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