San Marcos isn’t fun to play against.
The Rattlers keep things close.
Nijal Pearson doesn’t know how to explain it.
The ball always feels good coming off his hands. Even the misses.
The Lady Rattlers are getting better.
Joey Hernandez wasn’t throwing the ball to Pablo Rios, necessarily.
Oklahoma State should have been Texas State’s toughest opponent this season.
Graduate senior tight end Keenen Brown and junior linebacker Bryan London II were both named to the All-Sun Belt First Team, announced Thursday morning by the conference.
La Vernia head coach Kyle Sivadon made adjustments.
Toshua Leavitt and Brooke Holle haven’t missed a free throw all year.
An 11-2 start for Portland wasn’t enough to slow down the Bobcats. Not even close.
Zenarae Antoine knew what her team needed to work on.
After falling 63-45 to Round Rock Westwood last week, taking silver second place at the Champion Classic, the Lady Rattlers have bounced back with two big wins of their own.
Celie Contreras always wanted to be a Rattler.
Actually, she just wanted to be like her older sister, Carlie. But Carlie was a Rattler, so Celie wanted to be a Rattler, too.
San Marcos senior middle blocker Shyeann Lampkin was named to the 26-6A All-District second team, head coach Michelle Moreno announced last week.
The first quarter was a defensive clinic.
The Trojans found their sweet spot.
San Marcos lost its first game of the season Thursday night to Richland, 46-40, moving the Lady Rattlers to the silver pool for the second round of the Champions Classic inside the Snake Pit.
Texas State had to shatter the lid.
Head coach Veronda Kendall wants her team to improve each game.
During an unsuccessful Texas gubernatorial campaign in 1857, Sam Houston notified the town of San Marcos he would be stopping by on July 24 to give a stump speech.