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Men's College Basketball: Warhawks wear down as Bobcats take advantage

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

It’s tough enough to play a full 40 minutes of college basketball.

Texas State (11-8, 4-3 in the Sun Belt) has struggled with its own inconsistencies in putting together complete games end-to-end so when you’re a team like UL Monroe (6-14, 0-7 in the Sun Belt), that task is even tougher. The Warhawks are only around seven to eight players deep and the Bobcats knew that if they kept their foot on the pedal, the Warhawks would eventually crack.

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Women's College Basketball: Deer shines in rout against Ragin' Cajuns

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

Saturday was Taeler Deer’s show. 

The junior guard from Houston drove inside the lane, swished 3-pointers, found her open teammates and created turnovers for Texas State en route to a 62-40 win over Louisiana-Lafayette inside Strahan Coliseum.

“I knew it was a big game,” Deer said. “Lafayette is one of the top teams in the conference. So, I knew I had to bring my A-game today. And we’ve been focusing in practice. Focusing on defense ... We played as a team today.” 

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High School Boys Basketball: Rattlers can't keep pace with district-leading Bowie

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

AUSTIN — San Marcos just came up short. 

The Rattlers had their opportunities to defeat District 14-6A co-leader Austin Bowie on the road. But San Marcos committed turnovers, received two technical fouls and missed free throws. Even so, the Rattlers had the ball in their hands for the final shots in regulation. The jumper from senior forward Micah Williamson, however, fell short and the put-back attempt from senior guard Luis Hernandez clanked off the rim. 

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High School Boys Soccer: San Marcos, Seguin battle to competitive draw

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

SEGUIN — Despite having most of the possession and shots attempts, San Marcos settled for a stalemate.

After Seguin’s Brandon Gallegos nabbed a surprising opening goal two minutes into the match, the Rattlers were quickly on their heels. Rather than panicking and playing the long-ball in attempt to match their rivals’ opening score, San Marcos stuck to its game plan.

The Matadors played a high back line that compressed the game when they had possession.

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