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Men's College Basketball: Strong first half leads Bobcats past App State

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

Texas State set out to squash Appalachian State’s high-tempo.

The Bobcats knew from personal experience they couldn’t let Appalachian State (5-7, 0-1 in the Sun Belt) run up and down the floor in transition. They also couldn’t afford to get out and try to run with them.

Despite getting out-rebounded by nearly double-digits, Texas State sent the Mountaineers home with a 67-58 loss inside Strahan Coliseum during Saturday night’s Sun Belt opener.

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Women's College Basketball: Texas State falls to Appalachian State in 'heartbreaking' finish

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

Texas State met the final 12.2 seconds of Saturday’s contest against Appalachian State with elation then disappointment.

After trailing by as many as five in the fourth quarter, Bobcat redshirt sophomore guard McKinley Bostad drove to the basket and saw her shot off the glass fall to tie the game at 64-64. But the Mountaineers found junior guard Madi Story inside the paint and she sank the game-winning shot.

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Team of the Year 2016: San Marcos HS Baseball

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

San Marcos (22-13-2) was dead in the water over midway through its district season.

Frustrating defeats to Seguin and Floresville left Bryan Webb’s club on the brink of missing the post-season, something the Rattlers never even imagined during the off-season.

Over the final five games of district play, the Rattlers could only afford to lose one, maybe two games to stay alive in the playoff race.

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Women's College Basketball: Walla, Leavitt lead Bobcats to conference-opening win over Coastal Carolina

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

Texas State junior guard Kaitlin Walla admits she’s been struggling this season, and sophomore guard Toshua Leavitt will tell you her shot wasn’t there for a four-game span this year.

But the duo saw their shots fall against Coastal Carolina on Thursday as Walla scored a season-high 17 points, and Leavitt added 14 to lead the Bobcats to a conference-opening 83-62 win over the Chanticleers.

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