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High School Softball: Lady Rattlers win big, run rule Champion for 15-0 victory

By ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Daily Record Sports
 
The result of San Marcos’ last home game looked like many of the other games before it.
 
The Lady Rattlers came out and pounced on visiting Boerne-Champion early en route to a 15-0 run-rule victory in four innings to move within one win of claiming back-to-back-to-back district crowns.
 
The outcome was similar, the vibe was different.
 

Outdoors: April showers bring May flowers

By JIM DARNELL
Outdoors
 
It’s April in Texas and that means beautiful wildflowers.
 
My wife Beth and I have made several trips to the coast this spring and the flowers from Seguin to Karnes City have not been spectacular. Often we travel Gonzales, to Cuero to Goliad and on to Refugio. There are very few flowers on this road.
 
So last Friday we journeyed into the Hill Country toward Llano. This is usually the Mecca of bluebonnets on a good year.  
 

Women's College Golf: Texas State wins Sun Belt championship, Monzingo claims individual title

From Staff Reports
 
MIRAMAR BEACH, Fla. — Texas State is no longer second best.
 
The Bobcats are champions.
 
After finishing second place in back-to-back Sun Belt Tournaments, the Texas State women’s golf team was on the top step as Mike Akers’ cohort finished with a three-round score of 895, 19 strokes better than runner up Troy.
 

College Baseball: Texas State looks for shot in the arm tonight against No. 3 Texas A&M

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

Texas State needs something good to happen.

Because of late, the results haven’t been there. 

The Bobcats (21-16), who have dropped six of their past seven contests, all of which have come at home, begin easily their toughest stretch of the season starting tonight with No. 3 Texas A&M (29-7) at Blue Bell Park in College Station.

Even after last Saturday’s 7-6 loss to Little Rock, Ty Harrington tried to look at the glass as half full.

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