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Texas State empties out of the dugout to celebrate a home run during Saturday's 14-13 victory over No. 8 UL Lafayette inside Bobcat Softball Stadium (Gerald Castillo).
By MARK CAUL
Special to the Record
 
Texas State pinch hitter Katie Doerre knew if she was called upon to face UL Lafayette's Christina Hamilton that she would be ready to deliver.

A crew member works on repairing a boat. (Daily Record photo by Christopher Salinas)

Christopher Salinas - News Reporter


The driver of an SUV was transported by San Marcos/Hays County EMS to Central Texas Medical Center on Thursday after the vehicle was involved in a collision on Hwy. 123. (Photo courtesy of Bob Jett)

Back row Henry North (7th), Cayden Guice (7th), Darroll Barton, Joaquin Garza (7th), Front row Ariana Marrow (7th), Shyanne Bermuda (8th), Josie Lesikar (8th), Not Shown Ashley Storch (8th). (Photo courtesy of Iris Campbell)

Eight members of the Miller Middle School Region 18 Honor Choir placed in this years All Region Honor Choirs.  These Miller Students Performed at the Bastrop Performing Art Center on Feb. 7.


Kneeling Left-Right: Jayden Smith, Roxanne Garcia, Amanda Hernandez, Misty Veltkamp, Brooke Rodriguez, Melany Lucio, Angela Garcia , Brooklyn Perez, Nancy Cortes , Jesyka Banda, Ella Escobedo, Kylie Vaughn. Standing Left-Right: Dance club assistant Destiny Barajas, Sherlyn Sosa, Annie Wagner, Vanessa Rodriguez, Sofía García, Gasseli Salazar, Trinity Sabin, Kaitlynn Cadena, Marleen Aguilar, Bibiana Cruz, Isabella Cruz, Malisa Sabin, Aaliyah Mendoza, Savannah Carreno, Annaleah Lombardo, Iyanna Luna, Andrea Gonzalez, Kylie Pena, Claudia Avila, Dance club sponsor Leti Urrutia. (Photo courtesy of Samuel Garcia)

Samuel Garcia - Special to the Record


Erika Perez, Damian Curbajal and Nancy Blanco participate in some arts and crafts activities after reading their book. Perez and Blanco are students at Texas State. They read and play with these children as part of a class in the College of Education. (Daily Record photo by Christopher Salinas)

Christopher Salinas - News Reporter


Texas State empties out of the dugout to celebrate a home run during Saturday's 14-13 victory over No. 8 UL Lafayette inside Bobcat Softball Stadium (Gerald Castillo).

A crew member works on repairing a boat. (Daily Record photo by Christopher Salinas)

The driver of an SUV was transported by San Marcos/Hays County EMS to Central Texas Medical Center on Thursday after the vehicle was involved in a collision on Hwy. 123. (Photo courtesy of Bob Jett)

Back row Henry North (7th), Cayden Guice (7th), Darroll Barton, Joaquin Garza (7th), Front row Ariana Marrow (7th), Shyanne Bermuda (8th), Josie Lesikar (8th), Not Shown Ashley Storch (8th). (Photo courtesy of Iris Campbell)

Kneeling Left-Right: Jayden Smith, Roxanne Garcia, Amanda Hernandez, Misty Veltkamp, Brooke Rodriguez, Melany Lucio, Angela Garcia , Brooklyn Perez, Nancy Cortes , Jesyka Banda, Ella Escobedo, Kylie Vaughn. Standing Left-Right: Dance club assistant Destiny Barajas, Sherlyn Sosa, Annie Wagner, Vanessa Rodriguez, Sofía García, Gasseli Salazar, Trinity Sabin, Kaitlynn Cadena, Marleen Aguilar, Bibiana Cruz, Isabella Cruz, Malisa Sabin, Aaliyah Mendoza, Savannah Carreno, Annaleah Lombardo, Iyanna Luna, Andrea Gonzalez, Kylie Pena, Claudia Avila, Dance club sponsor Leti Urrutia. (Photo courtesy of Samuel Garcia)

Erika Perez, Damian Curbajal and Nancy Blanco participate in some arts and crafts activities after reading their book. Perez and Blanco are students at Texas State. They read and play with these children as part of a class in the College of Education. (Daily Record photo by Christopher Salinas)

Texas State junior Kelli Baker fires over to first base during her team’s 5-4 extra-inning victory over Georgia State on March 15 inside Bobcat Softball Stadium (Gerald Castillo).

College Athletics: KBVO to broadcast select baseball, softball games

AUSTIN — KBVO has decided to extend its sports programming for the spring by broadcasting select Texas State baseball and softball games.

The best ways to deal with Central Texas bug boom

With the weather warming and spring just around the corner, Central Texas residents can soon expect a pest proliferation and “exclusion” is the best way to prepare for it, said a Texas A&M Agri


On left is Hays County Extension Agent Richard Parrish and, right, Director of Training Joe Scott. (Photo courtesy Richard Love)

Master Gardeners having plant sale March 28

It’s time to round up the kids, get in the car, and head out to the Hays County Extension Office in San Marcos to help the Hays County Master Gardeners celebrate their first annual Spring Plant Sal


Jeanne Davis, left, president of the San Marcos High School Choir Boosters,and Kelli Lopez, SMHS Principal, observe as Sam Tweedy of the Heart Of Texas Chorus presents a check to fund scholarships to Director of Choirs Dawn Sheridan-Reinhuber. (Photo courtesy Heart of Texas Chorus)

HOTC scholarships benefit SMHS Choir

San Marcos High School students will benefit from the move of the Heart Of Texas Chorus weekly rehearsals to the High School.  The Chorus recently presented a check to the SMHS Choir Boosters to fu

Free diabetes education classes

Individuals with type 2 diabetes are invited to participate in the upcoming Do Well, Be Well with Diabetes (DWBW) program, offered by the Hays County Diabetes Coalition.  


San Marcos first baseman Luke Johnson applies the tag to Tivy’s Hutch White during Thursday afternoon’s district contest at Rattler Field (Gerald Castillo).

High School Baseball: Rattlers drop home district tilt to Kerrville-Tivy

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

When San Marcos has adopted a patient approach at the plate, good results have often followed.


The IFC Venue at Red River Street. Some SXSW-goers take a break from the bustle and lay back on some floats in the old, empty pool. (Photo courtesy Kortnee Withak)

South ‘Bike’ Southwest: The Weekend Outlook

By KORTNEE WITHAK

Daily Record Columnist

 

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