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College Football: State, Troy both looking to avenge poor outings

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

Texas State won’t be the only team coming to Bobcat Stadium Saturday looking to avenge a disappointing effort.

The Trojans (8-2, 5-1 in the Sun Belt) had a chance to put a stranglehold on the Sun Belt title race last Thursday night against Arkansas State and were instead embarrassed, 35-3, on national television after becoming the first Sun Belt team to ever receive a top 25 ranking.

Q&A with the other side: Dothan Eagle's Jeremy Wise

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

Jeremy Wise is the Troy Trojans beat writer for the Dothan Eagle in Dothan, Alabama. He was kind enough to answer some questions for us about Saturday's game. You can follow Jeremy on Twitter @DEWiseTrojan

 

DR:  Troy's turnaround under Neal Brown has been, to say the least, swift. Was a change all that was needed or what else has Brown brought to the post-Blakeney Trojans?

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High School Volleyball: San Marcos' breakout star libero

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

Celie Contreras had a feeling she’d break the San Marcos volleyball record for most digs in a season. 

Contreras, the Lady Rattlers sophomore libero, recorded 100 digs through the team’s first eight games of the season, which made it clear that the feat was possible. 

“As the season went by I was like, ‘ I think I’m going to break it,’” Contreras said. 

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High School Girls' Basketball: Westlake tops Lady Rattlers

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

Lady Rattler head coach Veronda Kendall said she needs to see more fight and heart from her team after its 55-32 loss to Westlake on Tuesday. 

“There’s a lot of things I need to see more of,” Kendall said. “But, yeah, a little bit of fight and how to overcome a little bit of adversity, a little bit of resistance. How not to give up. Just keep battling. We’re bound to get there.”

Westlake sank a three to begin the game, but San Marcos guard McKenzie Saenz responded with a three of her own to even the score. 

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