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San Marcos senior pitcher Daniel Robbins fires toward home plate during a game last season at Rattler Ballpark (Gerald Castillo).

High School Baseball: Rattlers keep it rolling at Calallen Tournament

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

CORPUS CHRISTI — Want to hear something scary?

San Marcos is off to a 5-0 start, including victories over two teams ranked in the Top 10 of their respective classes, and head coach Bryan Webb doesn’t even think his team has played its best baseball yet.

The Rattlers remained on a roll during Thursday’s opening day of the Calallen Tournament as they posted a 2-1 win over Sinton followed by a 9-0 drubbing of the Wildcats.


Texas State junior guard Ayriel Anderson goes up for a layup during her team’s first matchup against Appalachian State (Gerald Castillo).

Women's College Basketball: Texas State can't hold back Appalachian State in 61-55 loss

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

BOONE, N.C. —  With how easy it looked for Texas State to score early on in Thursday’s contest, it might have been surprising to watch Zenarae Antoine’s team stumble when it really counted.  

The Bobcats blistered the nets inside the Holmes Center for the first 14 or so minutes of Thursday’s tilt only to have Appalachian State pull the rug out from under Antoine’s team in the second half. And once the game broke in the Mountaineers’ favor, they never relinquished control as the hosts handed Texas State a 61-55 setback.


Texas State sophomore forward Kavin Gilder-Tilbury (No. 1) backs down his defender in the post during a conference tilt against UT Arlington (Gerald Castillo).

Texas State junior guard Ethan Montalvo pushes the tempo during his team’s 64-58 setback to Appalachian State on Jan. 24 inside Strahan Coliseum (Gerald Castillo).

Men's College Basketball: For the Bobcats it's win and they're in the tournament

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

Texas State doesn’t have to worry about any other Sun Belt scores tonight.

It doesn’t matter what Arkansas State, Troy, South Alabama or even UALR are up to — the only thing the Bobcats need to focus on is the scoreboard inside the George M. Holmes Convocation Center in Boone, North Carolina.

Because if Texas State (13-14, 7-11 SBC) topples the Mountaineers tonight, Danny Kaspar’s team locks up a berth into next week’s Sun Belt Tournament in New Orleans, Louisiana.


Texas State freshman guard Taeler Deer finds some open space in front of her as she cuts toward the basket during the Bobcats’ 67-58 victory over Appalachian State on Jan. 24 (Gerald Castillo).

Women's College Basketball: Bobcats ready for final sprint, face Appalachian State tonight

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

When a team breaks through like Texas State did last Saturday afternoon against Arkansas State, it could ultimately serve as a galvanizing moment for the program.

After all, the Bobcats hadn’t come close to toppling the Red Wolves before last week’s 83-74 victory inside Strahan Coliseum. And one of Texas State’s main leaders never lost sight of that fact.

High School Baseball: Rattlers return to action at Calallen Tournament

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

Mother Nature hasn’t been too kind to San Marcos during the first week or so of the season.

The Rattlers (3-0) — who are expected to open the three-day Calallen Tournament later today — have already had four games cancelled due to rain.

After posting a pair of one-run victories over Smithson Valley and Lubbock-Cooper on Feb. 26 during San Marcos’ home tournament, Bryan Webb’s team had both its Friday and Saturday games wiped out as a result of inclement weather.

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