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High School Football: Turnovers sting San Marcos in loss to East Central

Nick Castillo
Daily Record Sports 

San Marcos began the season with a 40-21 loss to East Central on  Friday  in San Antonio.

Here are three takeaways from the Rattlers’ season-opener:

1. Turnovers prove costly

San Marcos began the game with a quick offensive drive into East Central territory. The Rattlers were able to convert a fourth down attempt with a pass from senior quarterback Tyler Moreno to senior tight end Robert Marchan. But Marchan fumbled the ball. 

Photo by Gerald Castillo

College Volleyball: Texas State embraces the wild West

Sports Editor

This season the Sun Belt looks a little different.

With the addition of Coastal Carolina, volleyball is split into two divisions this year, East and West. The East division hosts the newcomer Chanticleers who also happen to be the preseason favorite to win the division.

The West is a different story.

Get to know: East Central's Joe Hubbard

Daily Record Sports

San Marcos begins its 2016 campaign against East Central on Friday at 7:30 p.m. To preview the game, the Daily Record talked to Hornets head coach Joe Hubbard. 

Hubbard is entering his first season as East Central’s head coach. He spent the last 13 years as an assistant coach at Garland. 

Hubbard talked about his team in a Q&A with the Record.


Q: What’s it been like taking over East Central?

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High School Football: Rattler offense under Moreno's guidance now

Daily Record Sports

Ask Tyler Moreno’s teammates and coaches to describe San Marcos’ 6-foot-2 senior quarterback and they’ll tell you the same thing - “he’s a quiet guy.”

But what they’ll also say is hidden behind the 17-year old signal-caller’s reserved demeanor is a player who’s dedicated himself to his craft. 

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College Football: Forget last year, State has sights set on future

This article appeared in the Daily Record's Fall Sports Preview Friday August 26.

Sports Editor

By the time last season ended, then-sophomore tight end Gabe Schrade was ready for something different — a lot of the team was. What happened that season was unfathomable to even imagine back in August of that year.

After enduring a season that was predestined to be Texas State’s coming out party and later spiraling into an injury-filled disappointment, change was more than welcome because the old way of doing things simply wasn’t working.


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