Latest San Marcos, Texas, weather


High School Volleyball: San Marcos' streak continues

Daily Record Sports

Lady Rattler senior outside hitter Alex Contreras and senior setter Laura Gamboa have a strong relationship on the court and it aided San Marcos to a 3-1 (25-17, 25-16, 19-25, 25-18) win over Manor on Friday. 

Contreras recorded 17 kills, while Gamboa had 19 assists in the Lady Rattlers' victory over the Lady Mustangs. 

“I always try to be aggressive,” Contreras said. “I give Laura a lot of the credit. She’s an amazing setter. We have a good connection and it really shows on the court.”

College Volleyball: Coastal Carolina proves too much for Bobcats

Sports Editor

Neither team played their best match inside Strahan Coliseum Friday night.

After Texas State (9-9, 2-1 in the Sun Belt) knotted the match at one apiece, the lights inside Strahan went out causing a 30-minute delay to the third set.

Following resumption, Coastal Carolina (11-4, 2-1 in the Sun Belt) handed the Bobcats their first conference loss of the season in a 3-1 defeat (21-25, 25-14, 15-25 and 23-25).

Photo by Joseph Duarte/Houston Chronicle

Features: Solidarity - Black Lives Movement protests National Anthem

Sports Editor

Their protest wasn’t meant to adhere to anyone’s desires.

Black Lives Movement (not to be confused with Black Lives Matter), in joint effort with Texas State’s Black Student Organizations, sat in section 115 silent with fists raised as the National Anthem played during Texas State’s home opener against No. 6 Houston on Sept. 24.

Approximately 150 participants wearing black, protested police brutality and the continued mistreatment of black Americans and other marginalized groups across the United States.

Photo by Gerald Castillo

College Football: Withers wants growth from Texas State’s Jones despite record-breaking performance

Daily Record Sports

Senior quarterback Tyler Jones threw a career-high five touchdowns and broke Texas State’s school record for passing yards in a single game with 475 against Incarnate Word on Saturday.

But Bobcat head coach Everett Withers had no praise for Jones after the Bobcats’ 48-17 win over the Cardinals.

“There are some things he can do a lot better,” Withers said. “Our offense is predicated on having a dual-threat quarterback. We don’t have one right now.”

Photo by Gerald Castillo

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.



San Marcos Record

P.O. Box 1109
San Marcos, Tx 78666
Phone: 512-392-2458
Fax: 512-392-6483