Senior and sophomore middle blockers Devin Branch and Samantha Booth rose up one last time.
The Sun Belt is on notice.
Goalkeepers rarely score hat tricks. Heather Martin has done it twice.
Emily DeWalt is running out of fingers to count on.
The Bobcats kept their foot on the gas pedal.
SCHERTZ — It’s never over for San Marcos.
Jamon Johnson really wanted to play quarterback.
Head coach Mark Soto came away largely impressed by his team last week.
The Lady Rattlers are still pushing.
On Tuesday, San Marcos fell 3-0 on the road at New Braunfels, but the team is still making its opponents work to earn wins.
The Bobcats kept getting tooled.
The second half belonged to Kaylee Davis.
CIBOLO — The Rattlers looked recharged.
As practice ended on Wednesday, defensive coordinator Gilbert Rodriguez reminded the team about the five Cs.
Therrance Soto stood out as a seventh grader.
Co-defensive coordinator T.P. Miller remembers meeting the senior safety for the first time at the 2013 Rattler Camp.
Texas State made another second half near-comeback on Thursday, but came up short again as the Bobcats fell to Georgia Southern, 15-13.
San Marcos isn’t done yet.
Five minutes into the first half, Jamie Brown was double teamed outside the box.
A slow start doomed Texas State’s chances on Saturday night, as the Bobcats fell to Louisiana, 42-27, inside Bobcat Stadium.
Keep the good, throw out the bad, find something better.
That’s been the mantra for San Marcos this bye week, as the team used its time off to prepare for the rest of the year.
The Rattlers will get a running start into their district meet.