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Page 4B EDUCATION Hays Fr~e Press September 22, 2010 + LOOKING AHEAD LEHMAN AT HAYS When: Friday, 7:30 p.m. Where: Shelton Stadium Records: Hays (2-2), Lehman (3-1) Last Week: Hutto beat Hays 40-34, Lehman beat Jefferson 28-7 Last Meeting: Hays beat Lehman 27-7 (2009) What they're saying: "As long as I'm a Rebel, losing to Lehman is not an option," Hays center Alex Rocco. "If you can't get fired up for a game like this you don't have a heartbeat," Lehman head coach Steve Davis Lehman Offense: Multiple Lehman Defense: 4-2-5 Hays Offense: Multiple Hays Defense: 3-4 Players To Watch: Hays - RB Torrance Smith, RB Tony Garza, QB Caleb KJmbro, QB Mason Cervanka, WR Michael Romero, DL Austin Reyes, DE Alan Merin, WR Ty Green, WR Granger Studderd, C Alex Rocco, LB Nate Paez Lehman - RB Levi Medley, LB Jon Frazier, RB/I_B Charles Williams, WR/QB Harvest Trammell, WR Pe- tar Gutierrez, SE Jaylon Hardaway Intangibles: This may be the least intimidated bunch of Lobo football players ever to take the field against the Rebels. Hays is coming off its first losing season in 23 years and has a 2-2 record this year, Lehman has won three in a row and played its best game of PHOTO BY TONY SMITH Torrance Smith has rushed for 338 yards this season and will play a key role for the Rebels against the Lobos Friday night at Sh~ton Stadium. Lehman has never come closer than 20 points in four previous varsity matchups against Hays. the season last week against Jef- motivation to not be the first varsity should manage to pull out a game fersorL Lehman's junior class barely team to lose to the Lobos. The that might be closer than some lost tO Hays as freshmen, and the Rebels have plenty of firepower on expect it to be. sophOmores that were on JV beat offense, and if the Hays defense the Rebels last year. That said, can find a way to slow down Free Press Prediction: Hays players always have extra Lehman RB Levi Medley, the Rebs Hays 27, Lehman 14 Hays-Lehman Rivalry: Grows stronger each year Continued from pg. 1B stronger since Lehman is win- havei to be ready to play and I ning more," Shelton said. "It will know we will." be a big game." Hays senior captain Billy Ta- It will also be the District 27- bor said the Rebels aren't going 4A opener for both teams, to b~the first group of Rebel "We all know what's at stake varsity teammates to lose a Friday night," Lehman line- football game to Lehman. backer Matt Riojas said. "We "We have a winning tra- dition; they want a winning tradition," Tabor said. "That's what this game is all about - keeping that winning tradition alive." Alex Rocco, a fellow Hays se- nior captain, didn't mix words either when talking about the rivalry with the Lobos. "All I have to say is as long as I'm a Rebel, losing to Lehman is not an option," Rocco said. Kickoff Friday night at Shel- ton Stadium, where Hays is designated as the home team, is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Lobo X-Country: Stays strong Continued from pg. 1B i ultimately a repeat trip to the state meet in November. "We definitely want to be peaking at the right time and posting our best times once the district meet rolls around," Sansom said. "Be- tween now and then we want to get healthy and get some good miles under our belt." Justin Tortes, Eddie Chabarria and ]avier Torres have been among the top runners at each meet for the Lobos. '~dl three of those guys have really stepped up and performed in Ramon's ab- sence and have taken leader- ship roles this season," said Sansom. "If we can get at least five of our runners in the top 15 at every meet, we will always give ourselves a shot to WI~." Senior Ryan Sorenson, Jose Rangel and lose Villareal have also been pleasant surprises for Lehman so far this season. Sansom said he believes that his squad is more than capable of making another run at the district and re- gional meets. "A'lot of what we'll be able to do will be based on how healthy we are when the distrlct meet comes," Sansom said.i"We definitely have the taleqt to be one of the teams that Could challenge Lock- hart." The district meet will be held October 30 in Lockhart. Regionals are Nov. 6 in San Antonio and the state meet will be at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock on Nov. 14. Continued from pg. 1B With Lehman once again playing without Brazilian exchange student Mariana Filipi, the team's leading hit- ter, the SmithsonValley duo of Nia Mody-Balley,and Kyndall Carter proved to be too much for the Lady Lobos to over- come. Mody-Bailey led Smith- son Valley with 14 kills while Carter contributed 13 assists. Smiths on Valley ( 19 - I 0, 3-0 in 27 4-A), the number 2-ranked team in the Central Texas area, got off to a blaz- ing start in the first set with Mody-Balley setting the tone early with a couple of kills past the Lehman block of Arianna Gallegos and Imani Fairman for an early 3-0 lead. The Lady Rangers quickly stretched their lead to 5-0 after a Lehman service error followed by kills from Macie McKay and Allison Titzman. "We weren't as sharp as we had been in our previous games at home," Lehman head coach Gloria Sandoval said. "We made some early mistakes and they were able to take advantage of them." Lehman's eight-game home winning streak that was snapped was an all-time record for the Lady Lobos. Filipi, who was key in help- ing Lehman to a 12-12 start to the season, has been sidelined with an injury for the past two weeks. The Lady Lobos are hopeful she can return to the court soon. The Lady Lobes went on to lose to Clemens on the road a few nights later in three games (25-21, 25-11, 25-16) with Fairman pacing Lehman with seven kills and a pair of aces in the contest. After a non-district home tilt with Austin McCallum, the Lady Lobos will host archrival Hays on Friday. 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