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High School Girls' Basketball: Westlake tops Lady Rattlers

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

Lady Rattler head coach Veronda Kendall said she needs to see more fight and heart from her team after its 55-32 loss to Westlake on Tuesday. 

“There’s a lot of things I need to see more of,” Kendall said. “But, yeah, a little bit of fight and how to overcome a little bit of adversity, a little bit of resistance. How not to give up. Just keep battling. We’re bound to get there.”

Westlake sank a three to begin the game, but San Marcos guard McKenzie Saenz responded with a three of her own to even the score. 

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College Football: White, Printz could start at quarterback Saturday

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

The future is officially in play for Texas State (2-8, 0-6 in the Sun Belt).

Don’t be surprised to see a new face behind center this weekend against Troy.

During his weekly media press conference Tuesday morning, head coach Everett Withers said sophomore Connor White or junior Eddie Printz could be the starting quarterback come the middle of the week.

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College Football: Team gets mental rest after accident

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

It’s hard to say how much of Saturday’s enigmatic start was impacted by Texas State’s pregame bus accident. It’d be hard to blame them for not having their 100 percent attention on the game.

Merely a few hours before kickoff, the team was stuck on the side of the road in El Paso with minds racing about the conditions of junior wide receiver Elijah King and the five others taken to the hospital. All were later released, but that wasn’t known until the middle of the game. 

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High School Boys Basketball: Rattlers pull out 45-43 overtime win over New Braunfels Canyon

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

San Marcos head coach David Norris knew he wanted the last shot in overtime against New Braunfels Canyon. So, the Rattlers held the ball for nearly three minutes before senior guard Elias Vasquez drove to the basket and was fouled.

Vasquez sank both free throws to give San Marcos a 45-43 lead, which it held onto for its third victory of the season.

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Men's College Basketball: Second-half surge lifts Islanders over Texas State

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

In some ways, Texas State had already played Tuesday night’s game.

Head coach Danny Kaspar examined the score sheet from his team’s 73-69 loss to Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and it was eerie how similar it looked to a game the Bobcats played just a week prior.

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