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[ [~-------~ JG 10:3t) Th ~ [ V, inncr 23 Lobo Boys Continued from pg. 1B any closer after failing on several attempts to score in- side. McClure added a pair of flee throws for the final mar- gin as Seguin held on for a 52-45 win. "We didn't play our best basketball but it was still a winnable game for us," Leh- man head coach Thomas Acker said. "We certainly could have defended a lot better." Senior post Adam Wood- worth paced the Lobos with 14 points and sophomore guard DeAndre Carson added 10 in the tournament opening loss. Lehman (3-6) had no an- swer for Pleasanton in their second match-up in bracket play as talented post Angel Gaitan poured in 29 points in a 57-36 win. "(Gaitan) was a hard match-up for us because he was so good on the perim- eter," said Acker. "He was an experienced big that domi- nated us inside and we had no answer for him." The Eagles extended their 10-point halftime advantage with Gaitan doing most of the damage inside as the Lo- bos struggled to slow down the talented senior with their most consistent perimeter presence, Tarale Murry, side- lined for two weeks with a foot injury. "They basically came out and played a lot harder than we did," Acker said. "Once they got up on us, they didn't let us get any type of momentum going because they always had all the right answers for everything we threw at them." After they securing a 57-44 win over San Antonio War- ren's IV team in the consola- tion bracket, the Lobos got an early preview of district foe Alamo Heights in their fi- nal game of the tournament. A six-point first quarter proved to be Lehman's undo- hag as poor shot selection and a lack of consistent rebound- ing ultimately buried the Lo- bos into a hole they couldn't get out of with Alamo Heights eventually stretching their lead to 34-19 at the break. "They were the best team we played and we killed our- selves having to play from behind," Acker said. "Hav- ing to play possession by possession with good teams like Alamo Heights without Tarale was tough on us." Carson scored six of his 10 points in the third quar- ter and got the Lobos within striking range briefly, but the Mules poured, it on in the fourth quarter to win going away 63-44. The schedule doesn't get any easier for Lehman as they are set to compete in the Hill Country Classic at Lake Travis High School this weekend. The Lobos will open brack- et play against Dallas Mans- feld, a team that advanced to the state semifinals last year. "The kids are working hard but this is a tough stretch for us, " sato" Acker. ~But by the time our district rolls around we won't be in awe of any- body because we are facing some of the best teams from all over the state." PHOTO BY STEPHEN COOPER Lehman's Anissa Robles and her Lady Lobo.teammates dropped a game at home against Austin High Tuesday night. Lehman next plays at Bastrop on Friday. Lobo Gids Basketball Continued from pg. 1 B After draining a 3-pointer from the left corner, Hernan- dez then swooped in from behind Katherine Gonzalez and swiped the ball as the Lady Lobos inbounded from underneath the basket. Hernandez scored on a short bank shot to give the Lady Maroons a command- ing 40-22 lead that virtually put the game out of reach affording Austin High head coach Tricia lohnson the luxury of resting her start- ers for much of the fourth quarter. Amara Smith paced the Lady Lobos with 14 points and Bria Cheatham added 11 for Lehman in the loss. "If we would start being aggresswe, rebounding, go- ing to the hole and getting out in transition earlier in the game - we will be suc- cessful." said Coy. "The ef- fort is definitely there. We just have to get it all meshed together." 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PAWS Shelter and Humane Society )s a non-profrt, no-kill shelter operated primarily on donations and adoptions. 500 FM 150 E, Kyle, TX 512268-1611 Please visit All animals are fully vaccinationocL spay/neutered, microchipped and dewormed, Pets of the Week sponsored by I (512) 268-PETS Located in Kyle, Texas at 4100 Everett, next t0) the Performing Arts Center and Austin Regional CSnic Lobo Boys Soccer: Expectations high Continued from pg. 1B the bulk of his team's offensive production with him. "It took our guys a couple of games to realize that we were still a good team," Sansom said. "But losing Garcia was definitely a huge blow." The loss of Garcia seemed to send the Lobos into a tailspin from that point forward and when junior Oscar Martinez also bowed out with a season- ending knee injury a couple of weeks later, Sansom was forced to play out the string without his best two offensive players. Nonetheless, the Lobos still finished only a single game out of a playoff spot. "We lost some games that we probably shouldn't have lost last year late in the sea- son," Sansom said. "In addi- tion, we weren't able to develop any team continuity because we had a different line-up every game." With the soccer season almost a full month away, the Lobos are already entering their second week of chilly, early moming practices try- ing to restore the program to where it was two seasons ago. Ninety players in the Lehman program showed up to usher in the new campaign on a spank- ing new practice facility that was two years in the works. "Our guys were hungry to get back to work and are ex- tremely excited that they have a new field to play on that was done correctly," said Sansom. "It will certainly be a big boost to our program." Lehman was forced to play most ofits"home games" at Shelton Stadium last season because of the condition of Lobo Field after torrential rains during the latter part of the campaign. Sansom is excited about BRING IN THIS AD TO ALSO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR HOLIDAY SPECIAL* Buy ANY Cub Cadet Residential Riding Mower & Get Your Choice of a FREE STIHL BG55 Blower or FS45 Trimmer OR Buy ANY Cub Cadet Commercial Riding Mower OR Utility Vehicle & Get a FREE STIHL BG55 Blower AND FS45 Trimmer). "valid thru 1/15/f I TO gift card with )g mower or utility the upcoming season and looks forward to getting his team back on track in 2011. The varsity team will get both Oscar Martinez and Oscar Garcia back from injury for the upcoming season. "There really wasn't one thing I could point to as to why we didn't play as well last season- it was a combination of things," Sansom said. "But when you have two junior varsity teams that are both very competitive it usually means you have a lot of young talent. They will be fun to watch. And our varsity squad has a lot of talented seniors. So I think we're heading back in the right direction. The expectations will be high." The first look at this year's Lehman boys soccer team will be at their alumni game which will be played on Jan. 3 at Lobo Field. ~ERG-~ URA 0~ r~:OT" TG ZE~G.TURF]? qvai/able ~