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Western diamondback rattlesnake. Photo courtesy General Land Office.

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Makayla Bravo and Giovanni Uresti enjoyed trying on their new helmets. (Daily Record photo by Anita Miller)

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The Hays County Sheriff’s department attracted a lot of interest during the job fair with openings in patrol, corrections and other areas. Deputy Sheriff Joel Hostetler, HR Coordinator Rebecca Mullen and Corrections officer Jessica Schuelke talk with Jerry Dominguez about the various opportunities. (Daily Record photo by David Short)

San Marcos Fire Captain Frank Arredondo takes advantage of the recent rain and resulting stronger river flow to train other firefighters in swift water rescue at Rio Vista Falls. (SMDR photo by David Short)

Zach Casilleja of the Kyle Police Department put a rose in honor of Samantha Dean on a wreath during the annual Police Officers’ Memorial on Friday. See more photos on page 5.

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Western diamondback rattlesnake. Photo courtesy General Land Office.

Makayla Bravo and Giovanni Uresti enjoyed trying on their new helmets. (Daily Record photo by Anita Miller)

The Hays County Sheriff’s department attracted a lot of interest during the job fair with openings in patrol, corrections and other areas. Deputy Sheriff Joel Hostetler, HR Coordinator Rebecca Mullen and Corrections officer Jessica Schuelke talk with Jerry Dominguez about the various opportunities. (Daily Record photo by David Short)

San Marcos Fire Captain Frank Arredondo takes advantage of the recent rain and resulting stronger river flow to train other firefighters in swift water rescue at Rio Vista Falls. (SMDR photo by David Short)

Zach Casilleja of the Kyle Police Department put a rose in honor of Samantha Dean on a wreath during the annual Police Officers’ Memorial on Friday. See more photos on page 5.

Texas State redshirt senior Scott Grist turned in yet-another masterful performance against UT Arlington on Thursday night.

College Baseball: Paiz, Grist lift Texas State to 10-2 victory over UT Arlington

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

TROY, Ala. — David Paiz wasn't a well-known name around Sun Belt circles before this week's proceedings in Troy, Alabama.

The senior is changing that fact rather quickly.

Thanks to Paiz's second consecutive big game at the plate — this time during Texas State's 10-2 victory over UT Arlington on Thursday night at Riddle-Pace Field — the Bobcats are headed to Saturday's semifinals of the Sun Belt Conference Tournament in Troy, Alabama.


Texas State celebrates after its 8-7 comeback victory over UL Lafayette during Wednesday afternoon's Sun Belt Tournament first-round game at Riddle-Pace Field in Troy, Alabama.

College Baseball: Texas State stuns UL Lafayette with 8-7 comeback victory

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

TROY, Ala. — Strange circumstances set the stage for Texas State's 8-7 comeback victory over UL Lafayette.

You won’t hear the Bobcats complaining.

With Texas State staring at a 7-4 deficit during the ninth inning of Wednesday afternoon’s opening round game of the Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Riddle-Pace Field in Troy, Alabama, the Ragin’ Cajuns committed two costly errors, both of which came with the Bobcats down to their final out.

Men's College Basketball: Kaspar adds JUCO transfer Conley to revamped roster

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

Just when you thought Texas State head coach Danny Kaspar had put the finishing touches on his latest recruiting class, he goes out and signs another player.

Kaspar added junior college guard Bobby Conley to the Bobcats’ roster for the upcoming season.

Conley, who arrives at Texas State after spending two seasons with Palm Beach State Junior College in Lake Worth, Florida, caps Kaspar’s most-recent overhaul of his team’s roster.

College Athletics: NCAA lauds two Sun Belt teams for APR scores

By ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Daily Record Sports

The Texas State women’s golf and women’s tennis teams earned the NCAA Public Recognition Award on Wednesday afternoon for their recent multi-year Academic Progress Rate (APR).

Both teams rank in the top 10 percent of their sports for the four-year period that ended on Dec. 31, 2014.

APR provides a real-time look at a team’s academic success each semester by tracking the progress and performance of each and every student-athlete on scholarship.

High School Cross Country: Runnin’ Rattlers participate in marathon relay

By ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Daily Record Sports

This past weekend, three runners from San Marcos High School cross country runners, joined by three runners from Carrizo Springs High School, participated in the Beach to Bay Relay Marathon in Corpus Christi.

Nicholas Reyes, Robbie Reyes, Carlos Hernandez, Breaden Cardenas, Brian Cardenas and Gilbert Baldreas represented team “Just Run It” in the marathon.

The team placed 76th overall out of the 2,046 teams and 12,000 runners in the relay. They finished 15th in their junior men’s division (14-20 years old).


The River City Ballet will perform “Swan Lake” at San Mar Plaza Park for their annual spring performance. Attendance is free and shows will be at 2 and 4 p.m. (Photo courtesy River City Ballet)

River City Ballet performs ‘Swan Lake’ tomorrow

By SARAH POLLOK

Daily Record Designer

 


(Photo courtesy Statepoint Media)

Summery ways to improve your health

(StatePoint) For the health conscious, there’s no such thing as a summer vacation from making good nutritional choices and getting plenty of exercise. But there’s no reason to let a healthy lifestyle become boring.
Here are three ways to let the summer season guide your routine:
• Mix Up Movement: After months of indoor exercise, you may be ready for a change of scenery. And summer is the ideal time to take a break from the treadmill and incorporate different types of movement and exercise into your lifestyle.

Suspect in bank robberies under federal indictment

Anita Miller Managing Editor A federal grand jury has indicted a San Antonio man in connection with seven bank robberies including one in San Marcos.
Willie James Cleveland, 34, is accused of robbing the Wells Fargo Bank in the 1000 block of Hwy. 80 on Feb. 26; Woodforest National banks in San Antonio and Austin on Feb. 12 and 18, respectively; the Wells Fargo Bank in New Braunfels March 14; Chase Bank in Austin March 16; the Air Force Credit Union in San Antonio on March 26 and April 7 and BBVA Compass banks in San Antonio and Austin on April 16, and April 18, respectively.


Economist Dr. Ray Perryman uses his hands to make a point during his keynote speech at Thursday’s Greater San Marcos Partnership luncheon. SMDR photos by David Short

The annual luncheon is well attended by local business professionals.

Perryman: Expect more growth

David Short

Texans urged to continue monitoring dangerous weather

 The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is urging Texans to remain vigilant and closely monitor weather conditions as severe storms are expected to continue impacting the state  through the Memorial Day weekend.

Malcolm Ray Scott

Malcolm Ray Scott, 88, a resident of San Marcos, Texas, passed away May 20, 2015. He was born Jan. 30, 1927, in McDade, Texas, to Otma and Evadene (Parks) Scott. Malcolm served his country in the U.S. Navy. He is well known for having worked as a pharmacist at S&L Drug Mart for many years. He will be missed by all who knew him.  

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Texas State redshirt senior Scott Grist turned in yet-another masterful performance against UT Arlington on Thursday night.

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

TROY, Ala. — David Paiz wasn't a well-known name around Sun Belt circles before this week's proceedings in Troy, Alabama.

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Who says you can’t have stew in the spring? (Daily Record photo by Candice Brusuelas)

By CANDICE BRUSUELAS

Features Editor

 

Obituaries

Malcolm Ray Scott, 88, a resident of San Marcos, Texas, passed away May 20, 2015. He was born Jan. 30, 1927, in McDade, Texas, to Otma and Evadene (Parks) Scott.

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