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High School Football: Calderon is the Rattlers' ball hawk

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

Prudy Calderon doesn’t focus on individual goals, rather he wants to do whatever will help his team. 

Calderon, a 6-foot, 186-pound junior safety, is responsible for aligning the secondary. Defensive coordinator Gilbert Rodriguez says he calls plays to place Calderon in a position to be a ball hawk. Calderon welcomes the opportunity to give his a team a chance to win.

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Bobcat Football: Breaking down two key moments from Saturday

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

Two key plays from Texas State's triple overtime win against Ohio were developed well before they transpired on the field.

For offensive coordinator Brett Elliott, the decision to dial up a double pass from quarterback Tyler Jones to L.G. Williams back to Jones during the third overtime was in the back of his mind ever since the end of last season at James Madison.

Coach Speak: New Braunfels

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

Coach Speak will be an ongoing series where we get the prospective from San Marcos’ coaches on the week’s opponent.

Offensive coordinator Victor Sierra’s offense had a bounce back game against New Braunfels Canyon with a 27-20 win. 

Sierra, a New Braunfels native, and the Rattlers play the New Braunfels Unicorns on Friday – a team the offensive coordinator coached at for 17 years in two stints with the school. 

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High School Volleyball: Lady Rattlers stumble against Cedar Ridge

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

San Marcos battled with Cedar Ridge on Tuesday but the Lady Rattlers dropped the game, 3-0 (16-25, 21-25, 13-25). 

The Lady Raiders jumped on San Marcos early in the first set as they led 12-6 before the Lady Rattlers called a timeout. 

San Marcos got to within 15-10 but Cedar Ridge took command and claimed the set, 25-16. 

Outdoors: Enjoying the first hunt of dove season

JIM DARNELL

The first hunting opportunity of the 2016-17 season opened last Thursday, Sept. 1, as thousands of Texas dove hunters took to the field.  My son, Tim, and I were among them. We both were sporting new shotguns and hoped to drop a dove with our first shot.  As we impatiently waited gunfire began to rumble in the distance on all sides.  Hunters were blazing away at birds pouring in for an early breakfast.

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