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KSAT 12 Sports’ Big Game Coverage (BGC) and Texas Sports Productions are expanding their high school sports streaming partnership in 2022 to include football, boys and girls basketball and soccer, baseball and softball.

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See details on how to stream at the bottom of this article, under the streaming schedule. Find scores here.

This week’s streaming schedule

*Game start times are subject to change due to weather


Thursday, May 19

⚾ Marion vs. Blanco — 4 p.m. Baseball Playoffs Game 1 at Northeast Sports Park

The #4 Blanco Panthers (25-1-1) and #9 Marion Bulldogs (27-1) have combined for two losses.  One of these teams will lose twice this week and their season will end.  The Blanco Panthers are led by Dylan LaRue and Zach Wisdom, both of whom started for the Panthers’ state finalist team in 2019.  Marion went to the fourth round last year, the deepest playoff run in baseball in school history, and has a chance to match that.  The Bulldogs are led by Bryce Gonyer (10-1, 0.63) and Jake Burris (.421, 4 HR, 7 2B.)

⚾ Reagan vs. Smithson Valley — 7:30 p.m. Baseball Playoffs Game 1 at Northeast Sports Park

A rematch of last year’s third round series, won by Smithson Valley 2 games to 1, with both the Rangers’ victories coming in extra innings.   The Rattlers (26-5-2) are ranked #5 in the state and started the playoffs with three dominating victories before needing a walk-off infield single by Cody Massey to complete a sweep of Round Rock Cedar Ridge.  Smithson Valley (28-6) is ranked #10 in the state, and was an inning away from elimination before coming back to win their series against Westlake 2-1.

Both teams are playing in memory of former Smithson Valley player Cody Fuller, who died at age 39 of pancreatic cancer last weekend.   Reagan assistant coach Reagan Moczygemba was a teammate of Fuller at Smithson Valley.

Friday, May 20

⚾ Marion vs. Blanco — 4 p.m. Baseball Playoffs Game 2 at Northeast Sports Park

The #4 Blanco Panthers (25-1-1) and #9 Marion Bulldogs (27-1) have combined for two losses.  One of these teams will lose twice this week and their season will end.  The Blanco Panthers are led by Dylan LaRue and Zach Wisdom, both of whom started for the Panthers’ state finalist team in 2019.  Marion went to the fourth round last year, the deepest playoff run in baseball in school history, and has a chance to match that.  The Bulldogs are led by Bryce Gonyer (10-1, 0.63) and Jake Burris (.421, 4 HR, 7 2B.)

⚾ Reagan vs. Smithson Valley — 7:30 p.m. Baseball Playoffs Game 2 at Northeast Sports Park

A rematch of last year’s third round series, won by Smithson Valley 2 games to 1, with both the Rangers’ victories coming in extra innings.   The Rattlers (26-5-2) are ranked #5 in the state and started the playoffs with three dominating victories before needing a walk-off infield single by Cody Massey to complete a sweep of Round Rock Cedar Ridge.  Smithson Valley (28-6) is ranked #10 in the state, and was an inning away from elimination before coming back to win their series against Westlake 2-1.

Both teams are playing in memory of former Smithson Valley player Cody Fuller, who died at age 39 of pancreatic cancer last weekend.   Reagan assistant coach Reagan Moczygemba was a teammate of Fuller at Smithson Valley.

🥎 O’Connor vs. Round Rock HS — 7:00p.m. at Dripping Springs High School

The O’Connor Panthers (27-1) face the Round Rock Dragons (24-7) for a berth in the region championship round.  The Panthers have won 22 straight games and have scored 11 or more runs in 7 of their last 8 games, including all four playoffs games.  Round Rock has won 15 of their last 16 games.

Saturday, May 21

  • Games to be scheduled if needed.

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About the Authors:

Kolten Parker is digital executive producer at KSAT. Previously, he worked at the San Antonio Express-News and the Texas Observer.