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Smith: Texas State football player Will Trevillion died of heart condition

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

Nearly two months after Texas State football player Will Trevillion died after collapsing at his home in Buda on Jan. 6, a cause of death has been determined.

According to Hays County Justice of the Peace Pct. 2 Beth Smith, who requested an autopsy, Trevillion, 20, died as a result of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, an enlargement of the heart.

Bobcat Men's Basketball: Texas State tries to establish first winning streak of conference play, visit Arkansas State tonight

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

Danny Kaspar isn’t afraid to it: He’s bothered by the fact that Texas State hasn’t won back-to-back conference games this season.

That doesn’t mean that the Bobcats, in Kaspar’s estimation, haven’t played well in consecutive games, however.

High School Basketball: Cold shooting night seals Rattlers' fate in 69-57 loss to Lanier

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

NEW BRAUNFELS — San Marcos stuck with what brought it to the Class 5A playoffs in the first place.

And why not? The 3-pointer had been good to the Rattlers all season long. 

San Marcos, however, struggled to utilize its not-so-secret weapon during the first half of Tuesday night’s bi-district tilt against San Antonio Lanier.

High School Baseball: Rattlers play host to tough slate of opponents this weekend

By ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Daily Record Sports

Never one to shy from opportunity, San Marcos welcomes all forms of competition.

That’s why the Rattlers’ host tournament, starting today through Saturday, features some of the best teams in Texas. Bastrop, Hays, Victoria East, Kerrville-Tivy, Dumas and Lubbock Cooper descend upon San Marcos High School this weekend to prep for each team’s respective district slate.

Highlighting the weekend is perhaps a rekindling of the San Marcos-Hays rivalry.

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