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High School Girls Basketball: Lady Rattlers lose lead late, fall to Manor

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

 

22 points from MacKenzie Saenz wasn’t enough to hold off the Lady Mustangs.

San Marcos (8-22, 0-3 in District 14-6A)  is still in search of its first district win after Friday night’s 57-53 loss to Manor. 

Entering the fourth quarter, San Marcos held a 44-43 lead thanks to a 9-point effort from its senior guard in the third period to hold off a Lady Mustang run that resulted in six forced turnovers. 

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High School Boys Basketball: Manor edges out Rattlers in OT

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

MANOR — San Marcos’ game plan with 10 seconds remaining in Friday’s District 14-6A opener against Manor was simple. 

The Rattlers, who were clinging to a 54-51 lead, would inbound the ball a couple times knowing if a tie-up occurred it would be their ball. But when the tie-up came with four seconds remaining something that head coach David Norris hasn’t seen happen in his 30 years of coaching happened – two of the referees overruled the one official who assured San Marcos it would be its ball and awarded it to the Mustangs. 

 Miller MS Principal Richard Duvall expects great things from Miller students and teachers. PHOTOS COURTESY OF IRIS CAMPBELL/SAN MARCOS CISD

Visitors gather first-hand information by observing in the classroom.

Greer Del Rio explains the process.

Educators observe program at middle school

A group of administrators from the Region 20 Education Service Center, and some Region 20 campus administrators from San Antonio and from the Texas Education Agency—including the deputy commissioner of Educator Support—visited classrooms at Miller Middle School on Thursday, Jan. 12. They were invited as prospective participants in the “Raise Up Texas” fellowship, a program of the Central Texas E3 Alliance (Education Equals Economics).

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Men's College Basketball: State takes momentum on Alabama road trip

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

Time for Texas State (9-6, 2-1 in the Sun Belt) to show Saturday wasn’t a fluke.

After his team’s upset over UT Arlington, senior guard Bobby Conley said he didn’t want the victory to be the highlight of their season. It was a win worth celebrating, but only in terms of what it could set up down the road. The Bobcats hope to view it as a means to an end.

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High School Girls Basketball: HCCS picks up first district win

Staff Reports

Hill Country Christian School’s Lady Rams clinched their win in their first district game against San Antonio Gateway Tuesday, 63-27. 

Sophomore Grace Stewart made the first basket of the night. From there, the Rams hustled from end line to end line, but struggled to take a solid lead. The scores stayed close and only two more baskets were made in that quarter and made it 8-8.

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