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Anthony Garza

Friday, October 15th, 2010

Rattlers still seeking first win as Wagner visits

San Marcos will look for its first win Friday night as San Antonio Wagner visits Bobcat Stadium. Also, Wimberley will try to stay perfect, Hays will look for a win to stay alive for the District 27-4A title, San Marcos Academy goes on the road for the first time since August and Dripping Springs faces a winless...

Saturday, September 18th, 2010

Rattler rally falls short, SMA, Lehman and Wimberley keep streaking

San Marcos rallied, but fell short Friday night in a 43-36 loss to Bastrop at Bobcat Stadium. Meanwhile, Wimberley kept its perfect record alive with a win at La Vernia. Lehman and San Marcos Academy each extended...

Friday, September 10th, 2010

Rattlers, Rebels renew football rivalry

The stakes aren't as high as in the old days, but perhaps the renewal of the San Marcos vs. Hays high school football rivalry can be a catalyst for one of these teams. They will play Friday...

Thursday, September 2nd, 2010

Wimberley, Dripping Springs big prep grid clash of night

Wimberley and Dripping Springs are right next to each other, and each scored 49 points in last week's high school football openers. It would figure they would meet Friday night in a backyard rivalry.

Saturday, October 31st, 2009

Rebels fall, face losing season

The Hays Rebels not only missed their chance to win District 17-4A Friday night, but they also clinched their first regular season with a losing record since 1985. The Rebels lost, 27-21, in overtime at Del Valle,...

Thursday, October 29th, 2009

Hays, Del Valle to meet for district title

The Hays Rebels go to Del Valle Friday night with the winner in line to clinch the District 17-4A high school football championship. Hays has won the last two meetings with Del Valle, each time under improbable...

Friday, October 16th, 2009

Hays tries for back-to-back wins

The Hays Rebels will try for their second win in a row Friday night at Lockhart. After starting the season with five straight losses, a win Friday would make Hays 2-0 in District 17-4A. Also Friday night,...

Saturday, August 29th, 2009

Bastrop blows past Rebels, 34-14

Unable to contain Bastrop quarterback Josiah Monroe, the Hays Rebels took a disappointing 34-14 loss to Bastrop in their high school football opener Friday night.

Saturday, August 30th, 2008

Bastrop beats Hays in first win for new coach

Bob Shelton almost walked out of Bastrop with his 297th win Friday night. Instead, Gerald Perry walked into Bastrop with his first.

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