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6-Man Football: Hill Country Christian cruises past top seed

Hill Country Christian School knocked off the number one seed in the area, Bracken Warriors, 78-30 in the first round of TAPPS Division II playoffs Friday.

In the very first drive of the game Bracken marched down the field and scored on a 2-yard pass. The Rams responded as Nathan Newman scored from 5 yards out. At the end of the first quarter, Newman scored again on a 60-yard run to put the Rams up, 20-16.

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High School Volleyball: Lady Rattlers well-represented in All-District

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San Marcos senior outside hitter Alex Contreras and junior middle blocker Taylor Henderson were named to the District 14-6A first-team, while sophomore libero Celie Contreras earned Newcomer of the Year honors. 

Alex finished the season with a team-high 357 kills. She also recorded 170 digs and 36 aces. Henderson led the Lady Rattlers with 51 blocks, 62 aces and added 342 kills this season.

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Women's College Basketball: State drops season opener at SMU

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Texas State (0-1) outplayed SMU (1-0) in nearly ever facet of Friday's game and still lost.

Shooting percentage? Check. 3-point shooting? Check. The defensive rebounding battle? Nearly even. Yet the Bobcats dropped its season opener, 64-56, inside Moody Coliseum in Dallas. The lone stat to separate the two teams Friday afternoon? Free throw shooting.

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College Football: Idaho pulls away from State

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Stop if this sounds familiar. Texas State’s early start couldn’t be sustained for an entire game.

The Bobcats’ quick strike opening possession was a distant memory come the time the final whistle blew and Idaho (6-4, 4-2 in the Sun Belt) celebrated its first bowl berth since 2009 with a 47-14 win over Texas State (2-7, 0-5 in the Sun Belt) inside Bobcat Stadium Saturday night.


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