I watched the New York City Marathon last Sunday afternoon. The NYC marathon is considered to be the largest marathon in the world and with approximately 50,000 runners entered it seems well qualified for the title. I received a few comments from friends about how I could watch some people run down the streets when the Dallas Cowboy game was on.
Texas State signed 11 new players to their 2024 class during National Signing Day for non-football sports.
The sound of basketballs hitting the gym floor was a familiar one heard around San Marcos as both the Rattlers and Lady Rattlers hit the hardwood to start the 2023-2024 season.
With bowl eligibility secured, Bobcats look for more wins against Coastal Carolina
Ezra Tobias drives in the lane against the Smithson Valley defense in the Lady Rattlers 51-39 win over the Lady Rangers. San Marcos moves to 2-0 of the year coming off a win over San Antonio Taft.
Daily Record Photo by Gerald Castillo
Lady Rattlers knock off Smithson Valley in home-opener to stay undefeated
It was hard not to get emotional on the field last Saturday.
Jaylin Foster goes up for the shot in the Bobcats season opener against the Arlington Baptist Patriots. Foster, a transfer from Western Kentucky, had 10 points and five rebounds for Texas State in the win over the Patriots.
Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo
Texas State opened up 2023-2024 on the right foot as the Bobcats defeated the Arlington Baptist Patriots, 90-48, in front of the home crowd faithful.
The quest for a second straight district championship came up short for San Marcos Academy as the Bears fell to district rival the San Antonio Castle Hills Eagles 46-42.
Though many people thought this was going to be a rebuilding year for the Texas State volleyball program, the Bobcats reminded everyone that the Sun Belt West Division title still runs through San Marcos.