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Senior forward McKenna Mason makes a move against Seguin’s Winnie Miller during Tuesday’s victory inside the Snake Pit.

High School Basketball: Lady Rattlers fend off late rally, beat Seguin at home

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Why not get fired up? San Marcos is riding high.

Those were the sentiments of senior forward Raelyn Jackson after the Lady Rattlers’ 47-45 grind-it-out victory over Seguin on Tuesday night inside the Snake Pit. While pushing its own win streak to five consecutive games, San Marcos (14-10, 8-2 District 27-5A) ended the Lady Matadors’ run at four.

San Marcos junior Elias Vasquez sizes up his defender during a game earlier this season. 

High School Basketball: Rattlers adjust on the fly en route to 75-67 victory over Seguin

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SEGUIN — When plan A didn’t work, San Marcos turned to plan B.

The Rattlers, who typically bludgeon opponents by raining down 3-pointers at will, had to play left handed on Tuesday night (read: slow the pace down and engage Seguin at close quarters inside the paint). As has been the case throughout its recent surge, San Marcos executed that strategy perfectly en route to a 75-67 victory over the Matadors.

Andra Moore, owner of Pets and Moore, bathes a chocolate lab named Molly. 

Outdoors: Life is good when your job and passion collide


When your life passion and avocation becomes your vocation, life is good.  

Such is the case with Andra Moore, owner of Pets and Moore on Highway 621 just three miles south of the San Marcos city limits.

“I’ve always loved animals. From the time I was a little girl I knew what I wanted to do in life,” Moore said.

High School Basketball: Lady Rattlers host surging Seguin tonight in second-place clash

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The current four-game win streak couldn’t be happening at a better time for the Lady Rattlers heading into tonight’s 6:30 p.m. game.

Not only because they begin a crucial second-leg of district play with an inside track toward District 27-5A’s second seed, but considering tonight’s opponent, they’ll need to match good vibes with good vibes.

High School Basketball: Rattlers ready for Round No. 2 of district season

Sports Editor

If San Marcos has revealed one thing throughout the first half of district play, it’s that speed beats brute strength most of the time.

Never was that more evident than during last Friday night’s 70-59 victory over Memorial.

In a matchup of size (the Minutemen) versus speed (the Rattlers), David Norris’ team triumphed, and in the process secured its sixth consecutive district win.


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