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High School Volleyball: Lady Rattlers' rally falls short in five-set battle

Nick Castillo

Daily Record Sports

San Marcos made one final push down 7-1 in a deciding fifth set against Southside on Tuesday.

The Lady Rattlers chipped away at the Cardinals' lead and cut the deficit to 14-12 but San Marcos was unable to complete the comeback. Southside claimed the fifth set, 15-12, and the match 3-2 (25-18, 22-25, 23-25, 25-15, 15-12).

The Cardinals began the match by jumping out to a 10-4 lead in the opening set. The Lady Rattlers fought back to bring the score to 19-14 but Southside won the set at 25-18.

Photo by Gerald Castillo

High School Football: Meet the Rattlers' scout team

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San Marcos assistant coach Ben Yock yells to the scout defense “popsicle, no one has a popsicle yet,” during a hot Wednesday afternoon practice.

A popsicle is simply the reward a defensive scout player receives for sacking the quarterback. While it seems like cheesy reward for making a play, junior Isreal Romero says it does make a difference. 

“(Earning popsicles) actually does (motivate us) because we get something out of it so might as well work for it,” said Romero, who claims he average three popsicles a week. 

College Football: Texas State isn't using the term 'underdog' this week

Sports Editor

Don’t tell head coach Everett Withers that his team are underdogs this weekend.

He doesn’t use that word.

He claims to not even know what it means, actually. Okay, that part may be a bit of playful ignorance.

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High School Football: Rattlers stumble against New Braunfels

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San Marcos (1-2, 0-0 14-6A) and New Braunfels  (2-1, 0-0 27-6A) traded points throughout Friday’s game but the Unicorns pulled away in the fourth quarter to claim a 49-35 win over the Rattlers.

San Marcos senior quarterback Tyler Moreno threw an interception early in the fourth quarter after New Braunfels took a 35-28 lead. The turnover swung momentum in the Unicorns' favor and they would extend their lead to 41-28 on the following possession en route to their win. 

Photo by Gerald Castillo

Men's College Basketball: Gant signs professional basketball deal

Sports Editor

With a Texas State degree in hand, former Texas State forward Emani Gant will continue his basketball career overseas.

The Californian announced Friday night via Twitter and Instagram that he was signing his first contract with Hungarian professional basketball club, Marso Nyíregyháza.

"Very excited and blessed I get to keep playing this game I love and I hope to keep building up from here," Gant's Instagram caption read.


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