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San Marcos’ Melanie Castilla prepares to make a snag at second base during Monday’s all-star event.
Daily Record Photos by Gerald Castillo

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San Marcos Academy’s Becca Baergen tucks a ball in her glove during a play in right field in the FCA All-Star game at San Marcos High School.

Local talent plays in FCA All-Star game

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes hosted its first High School Softball Classic at San Marcos High School on Monday with a handful of seniors from the Central Texas area competing

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Join the Camp Director Karen Chisum, the Texas State Volleyball Coaching Staff and members of the Texas State Volleyball Team as they host volleyball camps on the campus of Texas

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Team Desolation Row (Boat 150) — Amado Cruz, Andrew Condie, Ian Rolls, Nick Walton, Tommy Yonley and William Russell — won the 56th annual Texas Water Safari over Martindale Athletic Club by two minutes. Team members of Desolation Row celebrate with beers at the finish line in Seadrift.
Photo by Ashley Landis.

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Martindale Athletic Club (Boat 123) — Ben Schlimmer, Clay Wyatt, Fred Mynar, Kyle Mynar, Logan Mynar and Michael Schlimmer — ports at the falls at Rio Vista during the beginning of the Texas Water Safari on Saturday.
Daily Record Photo by Gerald Castillo

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Close Finish

Team Desolation Row (Boat 150) won the 56th annual Texas Water Safari with a time of 36 hours and 48 minutes. Desolation Row narrowly defeated Martindale Athletic Club (Boat 123),

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The waters of Spring Lake are churned by the paddles of competitors as the sound of the starting horn goes off beginning the 56th Annual Texas Water Safari.
Daily Record Photo by Denise Cathy

260 Miles Ahead

The 2018 Texas Water Safari kicked off Saturday with competitors facing a challenging 260-mile course to the finish line in Seadrift

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Josh Sneed (Left) and Ruston Lewellen (Right) stand together during Friday's check-in for the 56th annual Texas Water Safari.
Daily Record Photo by Gerald Castillo

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Canoe 150 "Desolation Row" of Amado Cruz, Andrew Condie, Ian Rolls, Nick Walton, Tommy Yonley and William Russell cross Rio Vista during the early portion of the 56th annual Texas Water Safari.
Daily Record Photo by Gerald Castillo

First time competitors look to finish safari

You’ve seen the movie Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story? You know, the one where Vince Vaughn’s character Peter La Fleur leads an unathletic ragtag team — Average Joe’s — to

Similar Paths

If you’d like to see a Power 5 comparison to Texas State just take a look at Rutgers. The Bobcats’ first opponent this season has been going down a similar

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