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High School Baseball: Rattlers edge out Floresville for 4-2 road victory

By ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Daily Record Sports

FLORESVILLE — It was fitting that San Marcos closed out Floresville on Tuesday night with a perfectly executed double play.

With one runner on and the Rattlers clinging to a two-run lead, junior shortstop David Hamilton fielded a grounder, flipped it to second baseman Brandon Tobias who rifled it over to Luke Johnson at first for the final out to seal the team’s 4-2 victory over the Tigers in Floresville.

High School Softball: Lady Rattlers trample Antlers

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

Like so many of its opponents have learned this season: Once San Marcos’ bats start rolling, it’s almost impossible to stop Cathy Stoughton’s team.

Kerrville-Tivy figured out as much during the first inning of Tuesday’s district tilt when the Lady Rattlers plated 10 runs en route to a 15-0 victory in Kerrville.

High School Softball: Stoughton to coach All-Star game

San Marcos head coach Cathy Stoughton added to what she hopes will be a busy month of June.

In addition to a possible state tournament berth in Austin, Stoughton has agreed to be the head coach of the south team during the 16th annual Austin area All-Star softball game on Wednesday, June 10 at Westlake High School. The game starts at 7 p.m.

Lockhart head coach Kathryn Snell is expected to join Stoughton on the south team.

The all-star game, which originated in 2000, now features a matchup of north vs. south teams.

Outdoors: Central Texas is a haven for bass

By JIM DARNELL
Outdoors

If asked, “What is the No. 1 bass lake in the great state of Texas?,” most anglers would answer Lake Fork, San Rayburn Reservoir, Toledo Bend, Amistad, Falcon or one of the large, well known bass fisheries.  

If you are chasing monster, ShareLunker bass, they would be correct. But if you are talking about catching the biggest stringer of nice bass, they would be dead wrong.  

College Baseball: Texas State's rally fall short during 10-8 loss to UTSA

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

Two-out hitting has been kind to Texas State this season — especially against UTSA.

So when the Bobcats fell behind early, it wasn't all that surprising to watch Jeremy Fikac's team mount two-out rallies in back-to-back-to-back frames to create some tense moments for its rival.

Despite a plethora of two-out magic, Texas State couldn't surge past the Roadrunners who eventually picked up a 10-8 victory on Tuesday night inside Bobcat Ballpark.

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