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Girls High School Basketball: San Marcos edges past SA McCollum in defensive battle

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

San Marcos survived a dog fight Tuesday night.

The Lady Rattlers held on to their 37-33 win against San Antonio McCollum after a late Cowboys rally nearly spoiled a game that was almost entirely won on defense for San Marcos (8-19).

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High School Basketball: San Marcos comes back from tournament play this week

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

The San Marcos boys and girls basketball teams played in their final tournaments of the season. Both teams begin District 14-6A competition this month. 

Here’s a look at how they performed in their tournaments and what’s ahead before district play begins. 

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Men's College Basketball: Coastal Carolina hands Bobcats first Sun Belt loss

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

One sequence didn’t lose Texas State the game, but it changed a lot.

The team saw its comeback opportunity cut down during Monday night’s 60-53 loss to Coastal Carolina during a loose ball scramble.

The Bobcats were down three with under 30 seconds to play. Both teams hit the floor for the ball poked loose from Chanticleer guard Colton Ray-St Cyr. Possession seemed to be up in the air when the refs signaled that Coastal Carolina called timeout.

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Male Athlete of the Year: Tyler Moreno

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

No, it didn’t go to David Hamilton this year, but it did go to another dual sport athlete. 2016's Male Athlete of the Year is Tyler Moreno.

Moreno stepped behind center this fall for the Rattlers’ bi-district playoff run, but his dominance was on the mound.

In the midst of one of arguably the toughest 5A baseball district in the state and a plethora of pitchers possessing elite talent, Moreno carved out his own lane as San Marcos’ ace.

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