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College Baseball: Texas State slides into College Station for midweek tilt

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

The Bobcats probably won’t mind seeing April come to a close.

After a perfect start to the month when Texas State swept a home-and-home weekend series against Baylor, Jeremy Fikac’s club has yet to find the right gear ever since; the Bobcats have compiled a 2-10 record.

Texas State might have reached its low point of the season on Sunday as Troy extended the former’s losing streak to five games following a weekend sweep in Alabama.


Texas State sophomore Danielle Warne slides into second base ahead of the tag during Saturday's first contest against Appalachian State inside Bobcat Softball Stadium (Gerald Castillo).

College Softball: Texas State remains hot at home, sweeps Appalachian State

By ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Daily Record Sports

The Bobcats are peaking at the right time.

On Sunday, Texas State completed a three-game sweep of Appalachian State,  with a 9-1 triumph on Senior Day.

Senior Courtney Harris made the most of her final regular season home game with a grand slam in second inning to push the lead to five runs after Sara Rupp’s RBI single drove in Taylor Webb for the first run.

Fittingly, another senior capped off the game for good.


San Marcos sophomore Luis Hernandez slides into second base ahead of tag during a home district game against Seguin (Gerald Castillo).

High School Baseball: Rattlers host Lockhart in district finale

By ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Daily Record Sports

After locking up a postseason berth, the Rattlers are only looking at themselves through the final two games of the regular season.

San Marcos (17-6, 9-6 District 27-5A) dropped its final road game of the regular campaign by a score of 2-1 to Boerne-Champion Saturday after inclement weather forced the game to be rescheduled from Friday night.

College Track and Field: Texas State hits its stride at home classic

Texas State continued to set personal records and season bests during the Bobcat Classic, which served as the team’s final tune up before next month’s Sun Belt Conference Outdoor Championships.

The women’s 4x100-meter relay team composed of Alexus Hebert, Marika Brown, Macahla Wesley and Allie Saunders posted a time of 45:22 to not only win the meet, but also vault into first in the Sun Belt Conference.

The 4x400-meter relay quartet of Esther Oyetunde, Amber Gilmore, Briana Adams and Nia Dorner took first at the meet as well with a time of 3:40.95.


With her teammates waiting at the plate, San Marcos junior Alyssa De Los Santos is congratulated by head coach Cathy Stoughton following her grand slam during Friday's 7-5 victory over Lockhart (Gerald Castillo).

High School Softball: De Los Santos’ grand slam lifts SM to win

By ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Daily Record Sports

Lockhart learned something the hard way: There aren’t any weaknesses in San Marcos’ lineup.

Junior Alyssa De Los Santos’ grand slam in the fifth inning propelled the Lady Rattlers to a 7-5 victory over the visiting Lions on Friday night to hand Cathy Stoughton’s team some much needed momentum heading into the playoffs.

Clinging to a two-run lead with two outs, Lockhart chose to walk junior Cici Kinere to bring up De Los Santos.

The junior didn’t take too kindly to the visiting team’s decision.

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