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College Football: Bobcats end non-conference on a (somewhat) high note

Sports Editor

Texas State’s stuck between a rock and hard place.

Although the Bobcats notched their second win under head coach Everett Withers Saturday night, 48-17, over Incarnate Word (1-4, 1-1 in the Southland), Texas State (2-2) still isn’t sure where it stands as a team after its first four games heading into conference play next weekend.

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College Football: Texas State defeats Incarnate Word, 48-17

Update (10:30): Final - Texas State 48, Incarnate Word 17

Texas State advanced to 2-2 after defeating Incarnate Word, 48-17, on Saturday.


Update (9:30): End of 3rd quarterf - Texas State 34, Incarnate Word 10

The Bobcats added two touchdowns in the third quarter to push their lead to 34-10 over the Cardinals. 

Schrade scored his second touchdown of the night, and his second career touchdown, when he hauled in an 11-yard pass from Jones. 

High School Volleyball: Lady Rattlers chase 3-0 district record

Daily Record Sports

San Marcos senior outside hitter Alex Contreras and junior Taylor Henderson admit there’s something different about the Lady Rattlers. 

The team won its first two District 14-6A games after finishing non-district play with a 12-20 record. Contreras and Henderson agree that the Lady Rattlers’ attitude on the court changed. “Everyone wants to make it to the playoffs,” Henderson said. 

“That’s just our mindset,” Contreras added. “Just get it done however we can.” 

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College Football: Bobcats aren't in position to overlook Incarnate Word

Sports Editor

Texas State (1-2) isn’t at the point in its development where it can take Incarnate Word (1-3) lightly.

That’s how head coach Everett Withers and offensive coordinator Brett Elliott feel heading into Saturday’s game.

The two along with Antoine Smith, Parker Fleming and Jules Montinar know exactly how Incarnate Word feels as an Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) program with the chance to knock off a Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) team on the road.

Outdoors: Stories about Game Wardens


Occasionally, I like to report what our state game wardens are doing. Most people think they only enforce game and fish laws. Think again. They are fully vested law enforcement officers, capable of making any kind of arrest for illegal activities. Much of their time is absorbed in apprehending illegal drug activity. Note these examples.

A Bowie County game warden stopped a vehicle for flashing its bright lights on and off at passing vehicles. The driver appeared to be impaired and claimed people were chasing him.



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