SAN ANTONIO — On the first series of San Marcos’ scrimmage against San Antonio Holmes at Gustafson Stadium on Friday, senior running back Jamon Johnson broke to the left, juked a defender and found
San Marcos’ growth over the last two season can be seen in its previous two games against the Canyon Cougars.
The Lady Rattlers were playing at home, but something was off.
Gilbert Rodriguez huddled the defense on the side of the 20-yard line inside San Marcos Toyota Rattler Stadium, encouraging them to speak up.
Senior middle blockers Shyeann Lampkin and Devin Branch have a competition between themselves every game: whoever gets the most kills, wins.
The Lady Rattlers had to battle to make it to the championship round.
Senior safety Therrance Soto was in the right place at the right time on Saturday.
Ahead of Liberty Hill’s 10-9 victory over San Marcos on Thursday, Panthers head coach Phillip Dodd strolled over to speak to the Rattlers.
San Marcos hasn’t beaten Smithson Valley since 2006 when the Rattlers narrowly edged out the Rangers, 35-34.
The Lady Rattlers had a rough weekend at the John Turner Classic in Pearland.
Chris Woods’ son calls him a “camper.”
It took a 30-point second half from the Unicorns, but New Braunfels completed the comeback, defeating San Marcos for the sixth year in a row, 54-42.
The Lady Rattlers weren’t quite ready Tuesday.
Edwina Brown stood at the front of the multi-purpose room at the San Marcos Activity Center on Saturday discussing what it takes to play on the collegiate level.
San Marcos head coach Michelle Moreno announced the final cuts to her varsity roster on Friday.
The 2017 San Marcos volleyball team added one more accomplishment to its resume.
It’s been nine years since San Marcos and Schertz Clemens squared off against each other, which might provide the Rattlers the clean slate they need against the Buffaloes.
Bobcat football is coming to the CW Austin.
Editor's Note: A Farewell Column gives a staff member an opportunity to say goodbye and reflect on their time spent at the Daily Record.
San Marcos continues its navigation through a talented District 26-6A with San Antonio opponent Cibolo Steele in the sixth week of the season.