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College Baseball: Bobcats head off to Troy for weekend set

Sports Editor

Following Texas State’s 7-3 loss to the Texas Longhorns on Tuesday night in Austin, acting head coach Jeremy Fikac expressed optimism about what he saw from his team’s offense.

After all, during the past few weeks, the Bobcats have often produced enough runs to win games on a more consistent basis. Including Tuesday’s midweek tilt against the Longhorns, Texas State has plated 44 runs during its past seven games.

College Softball: Texas State wraps up home slate against Appalachian State

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Texas State isn’t worried about its next opponent on the schedule.

There is only one team that the Bobcats are concerned about: themselves.

As Texas State returns to conference action this weekend with a three-game series against league cellar dweller Appalachian State, Ricci Woodard’s team realizes only seven games remain before next month’s conference tournament.

High School Baseball & Softball: San Marcos back in action this weekend

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One thing is for certain: Both the Rattlers and Lady Rattlers are in the playoffs.

While the remaining schedules don’t affect their playoff destinies, both teams still have something to play for during the next few weeks.

Behind the baseball team’s 10-0 win over San Antonio Kennedy on Tuesday night in addition to Seguin’s setback to Lockhart on Monday, Bryan Webb’s club is playoff bound once again.

High School Track and Field: Rattlers fare well at districts

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A number of San Marcos Running Rattlers posted strong performances at last week’s District 27-5A meet in Kerrville.

In all, 17 runners on San Marcos’ varsity and junior varsity teams finished among the top three in their respective events. The Lady Rattler varsity team placed second overall, while the Rattlers slotted into seventh place.

San Marcos’ top finishers were Isaias Torres, Cody Mahon, Madison Miles, Victoria Rinear, Whitaker Reid and Rebekah Swann.

Rinear was the top finisher in the varsity girls 100 meter hurdles.

College Volleyball: Texas State hands out postseason awards

The Texas State volleyball team highlighted the spring season with its annual Springanza celebration.

The Bobcats recognized Sierra Smith, Lauren Kirch, Ali Gonzales and Brittney Garcia for their performances during the 2014 campaign.

Smith, the team’s libero, was named last season’s most valuable player, while Kirch took home the team’s newcomer of the year award. Gonzales earned the Bobcat Spirit Award and fellow senior Garcia was recognized with the most improved award.


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