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John Martell

Saturday, October 24th, 2009

Lehman loses, but looks playoff worthy

The Hays Rebels clinched a high school football playoff berth Friday night, while Lehman looked just about ready. Meanwhile, Wimberley lost a close game at Liberty Hill, Dripping Springs lost for the seventh straight time and the San Marcos Baptist Academy ended a three-game losing streak.

Friday, October 16th, 2009

Lehman inches away from first district win

The Lehman Lobos figure to have a good shot at breaking their 20-game losing streak in district football games Friday night, when Elgin visits Bob Shelton Stadium. Still seeking that first league win in four years of...

Friday, October 9th, 2009

Hays CISD teams start district from different directons

The two Hays CISD football teams each open their District 17-4A seasons Friday night, each coming from a different direction and each surprisingly situated. Lehman enters the district season 4-1 for the first time ever, while the...

Saturday, September 19th, 2009

Lehman sets school record with fourth win

Lehman made a move up through its short, tortured high school football history Friday night, beating Lanier, 42-24, for a school-record fourth win. The 4-0 Lobos are starting to look like a playoff contender in District 17-4A,...

Saturday, September 5th, 2009

Lehman defense takes big step in win

Lehman bottled up an old nemesis Friday night in a 41-6 high school football victory over Austin Reagan. Also, Dripping Springs shut out Wimberley and San Marcos Baptist Academy won easily in San Antonio.

Friday, August 28th, 2009

Lehman finds weapons in opening win

The Lehman Lobos won their high school football opener Thursday night, thriving under the leadership of a sophomore quarterback and a senior wide receiver who ran hard when no one else would.

Thursday, August 27th, 2009

Updated: Lobos in familiar position as season opens

The Lehman Lobos open a new football season Thursday night in the same position as always, still hoping that they can win their first district game sometime in the next 11 weeks.

Saturday, October 11th, 2008

Lobos still looking for first district win

The Lehman Lobos finished their 47-28 loss to Manor Friday night better than they started it, which is progress. But the Lobos are still in search of their first district victory in three years of varsity football.

Friday, September 5th, 2008

Lehman hangs on for 49-48 overtime win

Lehman scored more points in one game than it scored in the entire 2007 season and a tired defense barely held on Thursday night as the Lobos went to 2-0 for the first time in their three-year...

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2008

Lehman looks alive with loaded win, Labor Day practice

After an opening victory and a strong turnout for Labor Day practice, the Lehman Lobos appear to be on the right track approaching Thursday's football game against Reagan.

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