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High School Softball: Lady Rattlers rout Kennedy in San Antonio

SAN ANTONIO — After sweeping the Spring Break Classic, San Marcos easily shifted its gear back to district play with a shutout performance against San Antonio-Kennedy on Tuesday night.

It was another win — they’re 15th in a row — and another run-ruled victory for the Lady Rattlers in the team’s 17-0 defeat of the Rockets in San Antonio.

Despite being held in check for the first few innings, the floodgates opened up for San Marcos in the third.


Tom Ray and son Chris display their catch on the Guadalupe (Jim Darnell).

Outdoors: Days don’t get much better than on the river

By JIM DARNELL
Outdoors

I love to fish rivers, especially in my kayak. My neighbor Tom Ray and I have been trying to get back up the Guadalupe above Canyon Lake for several weeks to check on the white bass run, but inclement weather, cold fronts and sickness had hindered us for a full month.

But we were well, the weather was warm and we were excited. Tom’s son, Chris joined us for the day on the river.


Texas State senior David Paiz (far right) holds onto the ball as a UTSA baserunner gets ready to take his lead off third base during Tuesday's game inside Bobcat Ballpark (Gerald Castillo).

College Baseball: I-35 rivalry takes on familiar look even with Harrington out of the spotlight

By MARK CAUL
Special to the Record

For the first time in sixteen years, there was a midweek Texas State-UTSA baseball game and Ty Harrington wasn't in the dugout during the festivities.

He may have still been there physically, but on this night his role was reduced to viewing the game with friends and family inside a private box in the left field area of Bobcat Ballpark as he continues to recover from his courageous bout with cancer.  

Instead, it was acting head coach Jeremy Fikac who led the team from Harrington's familiar perch in Texas State's dugout.


Texas State's Tanner Hill (No. 41) Teddy Hoffman (middle) and Derek Scheible (No. 20) exchange high fives during Tuesday night's 11-7 comeback victory over UTSA inside Bobcat Ballpark (Gerald Castillo).

College Baseball: Texas State rallies for 11-7 victory over UTSA

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

It wasn't a matter of if Texas State was going to score enough runs to topple UTSA.

Rather, it was a matter of when those runs were going to be scored.  

The when happened during the seventh inning as the Bobcats pushed across seven runs — all of which came with two outs — en route to an 11-7 victory over the Roadrunners on Tuesday night inside Bobcat Ballpark.


Texas State head coach Zenarae Antoine looks on from the sideline during last week's Sun Belt Tournament game against UALR (Sun Belt Photo).

Women's College Basketball: Texas State opens WBI Tournament tonight against Oral Roberts

By ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Daily Record Sports

Texas State hosts its first round matchup during the Women’s Basketball Invitational (WBI) at 7 p.m. tonight against Oral Roberts inside Strahan Coliseum.

The Bobcats participate in the WBI for the second consecutive year and enter as the No. 4 seed after finishing the regular season with a record of 17-14 and going 11-9 in the Sun Belt play.

This is the first time in its history that Texas State has competed in a postseason tournament in back-to-back years.

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