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High School Boys Basketball: Rattlers keeping championship mindset

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

San Marcos’ mantra is ‘to be champions, you have to practice like champions.’

So, on Monday following a surprising district-opening loss to Manor, San Marcos head coach David Norris sent his Rattlers packing after a lackluster start to practice. 

“I think we just came out a little sloppy,” senior Micah Williamson said. “We weren’t really going full speed. Monday, we had off. We didn’t have school. So, we were out of it. We didn’t feel like going hard and then (Norris) called it off early.”

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Women's College Basketball: Leavitt's career night lifts Bobcats past ULM

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

Texas State sophomore guard Toshua Leavitt won’t take full credit for her performance during the Bobcats’ 63-50 win over UL Monroe on Thursday.

Leavitt, who swished five 3-pointers and finished with a career-high 19 points, was quick to give her teammates praise for putting her in a position to succeed against the Warhawks.

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High School Girls Soccer: Lady Rattlers storm past Austin Reagan before weather

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

Inclement weather may have been enough to call off the second half of Tuesday night’s game, but not before San Marcos’ onslaught.

After a sluggish start in the pouring rain and brisk wind inside San Marcos Toyota Rattler Stadium, the Lady Rattlers put six past Austin Reagan to rout the Blue Raiders, 6-0, before the game was called with just over 20 minutes remaining. The game was initially delayed for 30 minutes after a lightning strike before being called off following a second.

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High School Boys Basketball: San Marcos routs Austin Anderson

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

San Marcos’ coaching staff told senior Micah Williamson to be confident in his shot and to be more assertive before Tuesday’s district matchup against Austin Anderson. 

Williamson pulled back from beyond the arc and sank a 3-pointer to give the Rattlers the first points against the Trojans. Then he hit another, then another one and by the end of the opening period he made four 3-pointers. 

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