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High School Boys Basketball: San Marcos looks for continued improvement

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

San Marcos head coach David Norris is more concerned about the Rattlers improvement, rather than the team’s .500 record through 10 games.

San Marcos dropped its fifth game of the season Tuesday in a 51-47 loss to San Antonio Reagan. But Norris said the loss provides a teaching moment for the Rattlers as they approach their District 14-6A-opener against Manor on Jan. 13. 

Girls High School Basketball: Lady Rattlers fight early but fall to Dripping Springs

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

The Lady Rattlers (4-13) fell to Dripping Springs, 60-40, on Tuesday

The two teams trade points early in the non-district contest. San Marcos held a 5-4 lead but Dripping Springs began to pull away from the Lady Rattlers. The Lady Tigers outscored San Marcos 14-5 to take an 18-10 lead into the second quarter. 

Junior Mikayla Gongora sank a three-pointer to begin the following quarter and the Lady Rattlers scored 11 points to finish the half. But Dripping Springs took a 32-21 lead into the locker room. 

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SMA Soccer: Hethcock's second half goal puts Bears past Boerne Geneva

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

San Marcos Academy (2-0-2) wanted to get off to a fast start.

When the Bears got into open play, Boerne Geneva had difficulties slowing down the SMA attack and eventually dropped, 3-1, thanks to a pair of goals from Max Rivero and a second-half goal from senior Devon Hethcock.

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College Football: Bobcats nab three more recruits after season ends

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

Less than 24 hours after its season ended, Texas State cemented three more verbal commits to it 2017 signing class.

It didn’t take long for Texas State to put 2016 in its rear-view mirror. Moments after the final whistle blew against Arkansas State, the Bobcats received their 21st commitment in Lufkin wide receiver Dhailon Phillips. The 6-foot-3-inch receiver is a 3-star athlete and the teammate of fellow commit Kordell Rodgers.

College Football: State looks to upgrade leadership

NICK CASTILLO

Daily Record Sports

Texas State’s Everett Withers isn’t surprised his Bobcats went 2-10 during the 2016 campaign. 

But the 53-year-old coach’s goal this season was to evaluate his team and find players he could build his program around. 

“What I want to do is find out if we have enough core players to move forward so we’re not 2-10 again,” Withers said. “So, that’s what this season was about – finding enough core players to recruit to that group and go build a program. That was the 2016 season project.”

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