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College Volleyball: Baylor bests Bobcats, record crowd

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

Texas State couldn’t ask much more from junior outside hitter Jordan Kohl Tuesday night.

The Preseason All-Conference selection led the attack for the Bobcats during the team’s record-setting home opener against Baylor, but the rest of the offense couldn’t follow her lead as the Bears topped Texas State, 3-1 (16-25, 25-19, 22-25 and 21-25).

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College Football: Withers won't use assistant in scouting Ohio

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

Everett Withers made a promise to Ohio head coach Frank Solich in July.

Before hiring Michael George, Texas State’s Director of Player Personnel, from Solich’s staff over the summer, Withers told the 71-year-old that he would not ask George about the inner workings of Ohio ahead of the season’s September 3 opener in Athens. He has stuck to that.

Solich, during his weekly press conference Monday morning expressed concern that George, who was on Solich’s staff for six seasons, was now with Texas State.

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College Women's Soccer: State, Houston finish in goalless draw

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

Despite a total of 11 shots on target, Texas State (2-1-1) and Houston (2-0-1) played to a goalless draw Sunday afternoon inside Bobcat Soccer Complex.

After dropping their first game of the season to McNeese State Friday night, the Bobcats looked to rebound at home. 

Early in the first half, junior forward Kassi Hormuth had a chance blocked during the third minute. Junior midfielder Rachel Grout had a chance on the deflection, but sent the shot wide of the post.

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High School Volleyball: San Marcos battles through host tournament

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

San Marcos (11-14) finished in fourth place in the Ragin’ Rattler Volleyball Tournament bronze bracket. 

The Lady Rattlers played games against Marble Falls, Keller Central and Corpus Christi Veterans Memorial in pool play before entering the bronze bracket. 

Behind Enemy Lines: Ohio's Solich satisfied with Windham at quarterback

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

After losing two quarterbacks over the course of the off-season, Ohio head coach Frank Solich is happy to say Greg Windham is their guy.

Following the departure of presumed starter J.D. Sprague (health reasons) and just over a month after Minnesota transfer wide receiver Conner Krizancic retired from football (concussions) after attempting to switch over to quarterback, the Ohio Bobcats finally have stability in their redshirt senior.

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