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n~m~I|lilJlL LIIJ | i al.Ul..~t. ~,, ......................... Page 2B HAYS VS, LEHMAN Hays Free Press September 22, 2010 BY JASON GORDON uring each of the past four seasons the Hays and Lehman varsity football teams have squared off over the brief history of the rivalry, the Lobos have gotten closer each year. That said, the narrowest of those defeats was a 20-point Hays win in 2009. Here are the top three reasons the Rebels will once again beat the Lobos Friday night: HISTORY: The scores in the Hays-Leh- man series read as follows: 56-0 in 2006, 50-13 in 2007, 42-7 in 2008 and 27-7 in 2009. Lehman players have to truly believe they have a chance to win if they are going to finally break through against their cross-town rivals. Although Lobo players have said exactly that before each and every one of the previous four games, the results on the football field have told a differ- ent story. Hays has jumped out and lightning-quick Michael ~1}t OF Romero is a triple threat. to an easy halftime lead in each Romero has caught six passes Hays has played three Class 5A contest and has never looked back. If the Rebels are able to for 170 yards, has rushed for opponents and a strong Class 4A light up the scoreboard early at more than 100 yards, and has team in Hutto. Both the Hippos Shelton Stadium Friday night been a special teams star, with " and Anderson willlikely make the and have the Lobos looking up the highlight being his 75-yard playoffs. Despite losing both ball- games, the Rebels had a chance at a deficit once again, history punt return against Hutto last to beat both Hutto and Anderson, will repeat itself and Hays will Friday night. While Lehman's both of which remain undefeated coast to victory, play at quarterback has been on the season. Akins, Anderson, getting better, Hays has had Hutto and San Marcos each had TOO MANY WEAPONS: much more consistent play talented athletes and were good While everybody on the Leh- out of its two rotating signal- tests for the Rebels heading into callers Mason Cervenka and District 27-4A play. Wmning three man sidelines is rightfully hyp- ing running back Levi Medley, Caleb Kimbro, who have com- who has burst onto the scene bined to throw only one inter- over the last couple of weeks, ception. Kimbro has rushed Hays has multiple weapons on for 130 yards and passed .for offense that can score from any 219 yards, while Cervenka has spot on the field. Running back passed for 161 yards. The fact Torrance Smith has rushed for Hays can capitalize on a defen- 338 yards, running back Tony sive breakdown with so many Garza has rushed for 252 and different players will make the caught a 55-yard touchdown Rebel offense hard to stop Fri- pass in Hays' season opener, day night. games in a row at any level is an impressive feat, but the three teams the Lobos have knocked off the past three weeks have a com- bined 1-9 record. The fact the Reb- els have faced off against teams in non-district play that will be around in the Class 4A ,and Class 5A postseason should give them an advantage against Lelhman Fri- day night at Shelton Stadium. [ .... ST I HAYS REBEL VARSITYRO ER NAME YR. PO~ w'r. ] [ il Caleb Kimbro Soph. QB I PETE'S SWEET" POTATO CHILI I lS MaSOn Cervenka Jr. I 19 Gra~ Studdard Suph~ 165 2 T. vegetable oil I 20 Edo E~itez St. / 21 Anthony Garza St. : i50 2 medium onions I 24 Tavsn Mayberry Soph~RB i50 1 T. chili powder ' / 25 Torrance Smith St. RB ' t~ ' 1T. cumin I:26 Dalton Johnson Jr. RB i~ 1 cup vegetable broth / 27 FraneiscoMarin St, CB 2 sweet potatoes, peeled andcubed / 28 Vincent Moraida St, LB 28 oz. can Rotel I 29 Krist~ Marez ~ ~; 38 oz. canned beans (black or 30 Sr` CB pinto), rinsed (or 4 cups diried and 1 3i Soph RB cooked) Robert Aguilar JaXSOn Schaubhut [ ~ Mtchae! Romero Jr. RB I ~ M~Oldham Jr. LB t1~ 1 bunch cilantro, choppec:l | 35 Ch~ Johnson I 36 Michael Pi~ca | 38: Justin Dietz / 39 Anthony Reyna I 40 Joel Young | 4i Nate Paez / 42 Casey Gonzales f Mata Tailgating Recipes From )ur Readers Jr. DT 193 Jr: ~LB 180 St. WR i32 Jr. RB 157 Jr. LB 180 Jr. LB 193 I Sr` RB 175 [ I 43 Rey~ Sr` LB 153 i [ B ~ Tabor Sr` TE 20t I StaSh Luna Jr. I I Kurt Ttmmons or. o i~ I I 52 V'tor Mart nez St, OG I I Adam Gold Jr. ~ [ I 55 J~ Diskin ~, ~ t0~ 11 [ 57 Tart~ Eskew . I |; 59 O~ Nejat Sr. D T 227 [ [ 65 A~n Reyes ~ ] 59 , J0,sphRom o ss;: I Kakhi Maxwell ~. | 72 Kyle Williams Jr. 01" 206 [ / 74 Josh Pesina Jr. 0"1" 214 I I;:77 G~ Gonzalez ~x Rocco C Stephen Partin; ~. 80 , Taylor Hough Jr. C~ 'r I~ 81 J.T. Sivils Jr. 159 Saute onions, add spices,,, saute, add broth and potatoes a|nd cook until potatoes are tender. Add the tomatoes (do nott drain) and bring to a boil. Simmer hmlf an hour. Serve topped with cilantro. Serve with cornbread. TEXAS CORNBREAD 1.5 C. yellow corn meal 1 C. flour 1/2 C. sugar 1 t. salt 1 T. baking powder 6 T. melted butter 6 T. canola 1.5 C. milk Preheat oven: 400. Mix cdry ingre- dients. Beat eggs, butter,; canola and milk and add to dry iingredients. Don't over mix. Pour into buttered 8x12 ~an and bake for 30 minutes. PHOTO BY VISUAL SPORTS NETWORK OF SAN ANTONIO PHOTO BY LINCOLN P&MIREZ Hays football fans gather in full force and show off their Rebel spirit while tailgating before a recent football game. EASY CHEESY HASH BROWN CASSEROLE 2 Ibs. hamburger 1 can cream of mushroom soup 3 c. shredded frozen hash browns 1 sm. onion, chopped 1 c. grated cheddar cheese Salt and pepper to taste Brown and drain hamburger. Add onion and cook until tender Add soup to meat mixture. Place hash browns in 9x13 greased pan/casserole. Sprinkle cheese over potatoes Top with meat mixture Bake at 375 for 1 hour. LEMON BARS 1/2 cup blanched almonds 2 (53 oz.) boxes shortbread cook- ies, preferably all-butter 1 1/2 cups granulated sugar 1/3 cup all-purpose flour 3/4 cup freshly squeezed lemon juice 4 large eggs t/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract 2 tablespoons confectioners' sugar, for dusting Preheat oven to 350. Spread almonds in 13-by-9-ir~h metal baking pan and bake for10 minutes, until fragrant and golden. T~ nuts to a board and let cool. Cearsely grind the almonds. Break shortbread cookies into small pieces, add to almonds, finely grind mixture until it begins to clump. Transfer crumbs to same baking pan, spreading evenly, then press crumbs firmly into bottom of pan. Bake at 350 until golden and set, about 10 minutes. In a bowl, whisk together sugar and flour. Whisk in lemon juice, then eggs and vanilla extract. Pour lemon mixture over warm crust, reduce pan to a rack and let cool complete- oven temperature to 300 and bake ly. 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