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High School Football: Back to the grind for the San Marcos Rattlers

Daily Record Sports

The Rattlers are back at it again.

San Marcos strapped up their helmets and shoulder pads during a spring two-a-day session on Tuesday. The team went back to work this past week in preparation for its spring game on Friday, May 29.

The tone of these sessions has been set and the theme is simple: Earn your spot.

It has been six long months of offseason work for the Rattlers and by the time the offense and defense faced off to concludes Tuesday evening’s practice the competitive juices were flowing.

College Baseball: Grist, Hill sweep Sun Belt player of the week awards

Sports Editor

Maybe it’s no surprise that the two players who secured Texas State’s trip to Troy, Alabama, for the Sun Belt Tournament were recognized by the league on Tuesday afternoon.

With the Bobcats sitting on the tournament bubble, redshirt senior Scott Grist and junior Tanner Hill boosted their team to a pair of pivotal victories.

As a result of those performances, Grist and Hill swept the conference’s player of the week awards.

San Marcos senior Madison Miles is all smiles with teammates and friends as she signs her Letter of Intent to the University of Incarnate Word.

College Track and Field: Miles signs with UIW

Ishmael Johnson

San Marcos senior Madison Miles capped off an eventful weekend Monday morning.

The senior officially committed to the University of Incarnate Word for track and field during the 2016 season inside San Marcos High School’s Student Activity Center.

College Baseball: How the Sun Belt tournament shapes up

Joe Vozzelli

Going into its final regular season series against UT Arlington, Texas State found itself on the conference tournament bubble.

While the Bobcats suffered a 7-6 setback during the series opener, Jeremy Fikac’s team answered the bell with consecutive wins to lock up a trip to Troy, Alabama, for this week’s Sun Belt Conference Tournament.


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