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Title game is just out of reach

From Staff Reports
Kaitlin Walla kept hope alive for Texas State. Whenever a big play needed to be made in the first half, Walla seemed to be the one making it as the Bobcats battled to stay with No. 1 seed Arkansas State in one of last Friday’s semifinals in the Sun Belt Conference Tournament. Even with Walla slashing to the  basket for layups, knocking down free throws or sinking perimeter shots, Texas State couldn’t topple the Red Wolves. A-State knocked the Bobcats out of the SBC Tournament with a 59-48 victory at New Orleans Lakefront Arena. “Our kids always believed and fought hard,” Texas State head coach Zenarae Antoine said after her team’s record dropped to 16- 15. “Arkansas State did a good job  of converting on some rushed shots by us. They were aggressive with their man and zone efenses. They were also able to get out in transition and get easy scores.”
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