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Get to know: New Braunfels Canyon's Joe Moczygemba

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

San Marcos plays its home opener against New Braunfels Canyon on Friday.
To preview the game, the Daily Record talked to Cougars head coach Joe Moczygemba. 
Moczygemba is in his second season at Canyon. The Cougars dropped their first game of the season against Cedar Ridge, 35-0.
Moczygemba discussed his team and Friday’s game in a Q&A with the Record.

Photo by Gerald Castillo

College Football: Texas State prepares for its first test against Ohio

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

The wait is over.

All speculation as to what Texas State’s brand of football will look like under head coach Everett Withers ends tomorrow when the Bobcats kickoff against Ohio in Athens.

Although Texas State will be taking on a Bobcat team that went 8-5 a season ago, ask anyone from Withers to senior quarterback Tyler Jones, this week is about beating internal challenges as much as it is about facing Ohio.

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Q&A with the other side: Ohio - Jason Arkley

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

Jason Arkley is the Ohio beat writer for the Athens Messenger in Ohio. He answered a few questions for us on Saturday's season opener between Texas State and Ohio. You can follow Jason on twitter @JasonAmessenger

Q: From what you've seen in practice, what can we expect from Greg Windham. Solich called him a good, not great runner with good arm strength, is that accurate?
A: Windham has the best arm strength of any quarterback on the roster. He was 3-star signee out of Florida out of high school, and clearly has arm talent.

Sounds of Practice 8/31 - Brett Elliott and Randall McCray

Here are a few of the quotes from offensive coordinator Brett Elliott and defensive coordinator Randall McCray following Thursday's practice.

Offensive coordinator Brett Elliott:

Young Ohio secondary vs young Texas State receivers
“I don’t know if it’s benefit (for us). I don’t know if any of our (players) besides Tyler (Jones) and Gabe (Schrade) have taken a snap in a college game which is crazy. That’s going to be a challenge for us not having wide eyes and being able to stay composed and play under the bright lights.”

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High School Volleyball: San Marcos fights, but falls to Hays

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

San Marcos fell to Hays 3-0 (18-25, 21-25, 16-25) on Tuesday night. 

Hays jumped out to an early 6-0 lead against the Lady Rattlers in the first set.  But San Marcos would battle back to get within three points of the Rebels at 17-14. Hays, however, would pull away and take the first set 25-18. 

Lady Rattler junior Taylor Henderson said the team felt more comfortable as the opening set progressed.

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