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High School Football: San Marcos steps into new territory as it moves to District 14-6A

By ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Daily Record Sports
 
Yes, I-35 does go North.
 
Although if you’ve looked at the San Marcos schedule in recent years, it probably didn’t appear that way. Games north of the Hays County line have been few and far between recently, the last being against Georgetown in 2013 and before that, Austin Anderson in 2011.
With the jump to District 14-6A, the Rattlers are now in the midst of a group of schools that have been waiting for the chance to avoid yearly games against Lake Travis and Westlake. 

College Athletics: A day after its first-ever national title, Coastal Carolina officially joins Sun Belt

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor
 
Coastal Carolina’s final day in the Big South was at very least memorable. 
 
The Chanticleers, members of said conference for the past 34 years, turned the college baseball world on its head by winning the College World Series over established program Arizona by a score of 4-3 on Thursday afternoon in Omaha, Nebraska. It was the school’s first-ever national championship.
 

MLB: Rangers lose again in 9th; Yankees win 2-1 on passed ball

BY RACHEL COHEN
AP Sports Writer
 
NEW YORK (AP) — Robinson Chirinos knew which pitch was coming and where it was headed.
 
Yet somehow the fastball from reliever Tony Barnette still squirted out of the Rangers catcher's glove for a passed ball that allowed the winning run to score in the bottom of the ninth inning of Thursday's 2-1 loss to the Yankees.
 
"It's my fault," Chirinos said.
 

NFL: Cowboys' McClain gets 10-game suspension, Lawrence out 4

By SCHUYLER DIXON
AP Sports Writer
 
IRVING (AP) — Linebacker Rolando McClain was suspended 10 games Thursday for his second violation of the NFL's substance-abuse policy in as many years, leaving the Dallas defense with three banned starters to open the season.
 

College Baseball: 'Slow talker' David Pierce tasked with revitalizing Longhorns

BY JIM VERTUNO
AP Sports Writer
 
AUSTIN (AP) — For over 100 years, Texas had just four head coaches lead one of the most successful college baseball programs in the country. The last two left a legacy of winning national titles and thousands of career victories.
 

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