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High School Football: Costilla lands All-American combine bid

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

Junior offensive lineman Alex Costilla became the second Rattler to earn an invitation from the U.S. Army All-American Bowl Selection Committee to participate in the 2017 national combine at the U.S. All-American Bowl in San Antonio.

Costilla announced his invite to the combine Friday on Twitter. He’ll join San Marcos junior safety Prudy Calderon if they both accept the invitation. 

College Football: Bobcats lands 24th commit for 2017

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

Texas State's 2017 recruiting class got better on Friday.

Head coach Everett Withers landed his 24th verbal commitment for his second recruiting class in Cedar Hill safety Josh Newman.

A 6-foot-1-inch safety, Newman recorded 50 solo tackles this season including two passing breakups and helped Cedar Hill reach an 11-3 record. The Longhorns held opponents to under 21 points six times in 2016 before their season ended against DeSoto High School in the Regional I finals, 55-41.

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Women's College Basketball: Hilltoppers beat State for first time in program history

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

Texas State’s scoring problem showed Saturday when the Bobcats lost to St. Edward’s, 65-51. 

The Hilltoppers (5-5, NCAA Division II) never trailed the Bobcats (3-5, 0-0 Sun Belt) en route to their first win over Texas State in program history. St. Edward’s shot 49 percent, while the Bobcats only shot 34 percent. Saturday’s result inside Strahan Coliseum puts Texas State on a three-game losing streak, where they’ve been outscored 227-122. 

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Men's College Basketball: State escapes upset against Prairie View A&M

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

Another slow start forced Texas State (5-4) into some late-game heroics.

The Bobcats brushed off a halftime deficit to knock off Prairie View A&M, 64-57, inside Strahan Coliseum in front of 2,117 in attendance Saturday night.

Photo by Gerald Castillo

High School Boys Basketball: San Marcos looks for continued improvement

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

San Marcos head coach David Norris is more concerned about the Rattlers improvement, rather than the team’s .500 record through 10 games.

San Marcos dropped its fifth game of the season Tuesday in a 51-47 loss to San Antonio Reagan. But Norris said the loss provides a teaching moment for the Rattlers as they approach their District 14-6A-opener against Manor on Jan. 13. 

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