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College Track and Field: Bobcats added to All-Academic team

Along with their on-field performances this season, Texas State’s track and field team showed that it can perform well in academics as well.

The U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association honored the Bobcats as a 20145 USTFCCA All-Academic Team with a combined grade point average of 3.02. Four women and two men earned All-Academic individual accolades.

Men's College Golf: Newby, Thomas recognized as All-American scholars

Junior Justin Newby and senior Tyler Thomas were named Cleveland Golf and Srixon All-American Scholars by the Golf Coaches Association of American Wednesday after both players maintained a minimum requirement grade point average of 3.2.

This is the second consecutive year that Thomas has received the honor. 206 players across all of Division I received the honor this season.

High School Football: District 27-5A well represented in THSCA’s preseason poll

By ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Daily Record Sports

A trio of District 27-5A teams cracked the top 10 in the Texas High School Coaches Association preseason poll.

Kerrville-Tivy (12-4 in 2014) was slated as the third best team in Class 5A Region 4 — the highest of the three schools from District 27-5A.

Defending district titleholder Boerne-Champion (13-1 in 2014) was picked fifth and received one first-place vote despite losing to top-ranked Cedar Park in the area round last season by a score of 49-27. Alamo Heights (9-3 in 2014) rounded out the poll ranking 10th.

Outdoors: Disease, similar to Mad Cow, threatens deer herd in Texas

By JIM DARNELL
Outdoors

The highly-contagious Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) has been found in a Texas deer for the first time.  

This fatal disease, similar to Mad Cow Disease, could threaten our entire 4 million Texas deer herd. The disease was recently discovered in a two-year old white-tailed deer in a Medina County deer breeding facility.

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