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Women's College Basketball: Bobcats scrap out win over Warhawks

By ISHMAEL JOHNSON

Usually if the Bobcats aren't hitting their outside shots, they’re in trouble.

Thursday night’s 63-57 victory over Louisiana-Monroe proved that notion to be false. Texas State (12-12, 7-7 Sun Belt) shot 6 of 21 from three-point range, typically its equalizer in any game, and still gutted out a win over the Warhawks (9-15, 3-12 SBC)  inside Strahan Coliseum.

Bobcat Football: Antoine Smith is tabbed as Texas State's new defensive line coach

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

Everett Withers decided quickly on a new defensive line coach.  

Three days after the news broke that Vince Oghobaase had accepted a position with the San Francisco 49ers, Texas State hired Antoine Smith to oversee its defensive line, a source within the football program confirmed to the Daily Record on Wednesday afternoon. The Bobcats have yet to announce the move. 

High School Basketball: First quarter dooms Lady Rattlers in playoff loss to Lanier

By ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Daily Record Sports

SPRING BRANCH — San Antonio Lanier set the tone early, and by the time San Marcos stemmed the tide, it was too late.

The Lady Rattlers probably won’t forget Ruby Garza’s four 3-pointers during the first quarter that boosted the Lady Voks to Tuesday night’s 75-56 victory over San Marcos in the bi-district finals of the Class 5A playoffs at Smithson Valley High School.

Texas State guard Ojai Black tries to work his way around a defender. 

Men's College Basketball: Texas State tries to catch winning bug and put together back-to-back wins tonight against Louisiana-Monroe

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

Winning can be contagious.

Texas State certainly hopes last Thursday’s season-saving 69-68 victory over Appalachian State is the springboard toward a strong finish to a tumultuous campaign and ultimately a trip to next month’s Sun Belt Tournament in New Orleans.

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