LIVE AT NOON: High school basketball tournament Marianist Classic final round with KSAT 12′s Big Game Coverage
Eight teams from San Antonio and around the country, including Marianists and Non-Marianist schools, will compete over three days in the Kahlig-Cowie Convocation Center (KCCC) located at 1403 N St Mary’s St. KSAT.com will stream all games.
These San Antonio-area schools, colleges announce changes, closures
SAN ANTONIO – Following last week’s icy conditions and power outages, schools are still announcing changes and closures this week. Great Hearts San Antonio Schools - Classes expected to resume on Monday, Feb. 22. Premier High School San Antonio Windcrest - Classes resuming on Monday, Feb. 22. Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD - All SCUC ISD campuses will be open on Monday, Feb. 22 for both In Person and at-home learning. South San ISD - South San ISD campuses and offices will be closed through Friday.
Teen battling cancer encouraging San Antonio to donate to pediatric patients
Teen battling cancer encouraging San Antonio to donate to pediatric patientsPublished: November 18, 2020, 10:31 pmA San Antonio teen battling cancer is putting his battle aside and working to bring a smile to pediatric patients by hosting a toy drive.
Central Catholic High student with rare bone cancer back home after undergoing surgery, re-learning how to walk
Central Catholic High student with rare bone cancer back home after undergoing surgery, re-learning how to walkPublished: October 27, 2020, 10:42 pmA Central Catholic High School student battling a rare form of bone cancer is back home after undergoing surgery and is re-learning how to walk.
San Antonio student battling cancer receives special surprise
SAN ANTONIO – Noah Adams, 17, is battling Ewing Sarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer that affects about 200 children and young adults in the nation each year, according to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. Adams’ life changed forever three months ago when doctors discovered the cancer after he injured himself while skateboarding. Adams has made the difficult decision to have his leg amputated to give him a better chance at beating cancer. Ma Hila’s Heart Project, a local nonprofit that helps families battling childhood cancer, was able to grant his wish. Adams and Harper say they’re grateful for the prayers, meal trains and other community support the past three months.
Central Catholic honors 4-time State Champion boys soccer team
SAN ANTONIO – The Central Catholic boys soccer team entered the 2019-2020 season with the weight of expectations. After claiming their fourth straight TAPPS Division I State Championship, the Buttons had a chance to give one final bow for their efforts in front of a packed gymnasium full of students, parents and faculty. The seniors on the team have won the state championship all four years of their high school career. “It’s a very exciting moment,” said senior Christopher Rios-Cruz. “It’s a moment I’ve been looking forward to since I first got here as a freshman, but to be able to do this as a community -- not only with the soccer team, but the whole community of Central Catholic, our faculty and our parents -- it’s just an amazing feeling.
TAPPS State Soccer: Central Catholic 4-peats, TMI goes back-to-back
WACO – On a wild Championship Saturday, both the Central Catholic boys and TMI boys repeat as TAPPS State Champions by winning one-goal games. The Buttons earned their fourth straight title, while the Panthers notched their second straight. BOYS RESULTS
HS Soccer Highlights: Central Catholic tops Kelly Catholic
HS Soccer Highlights: Central Catholic tops Kelly CatholicPublished: February 13, 2020, 5:55 pmLess than 24 hours after notching a goal with San Antonio FC, Central Catholic senior midfielder Jose Gallegos opened the scoring the Buttons' 3-0 TAPPS Division I State Quarterfinal victory over Kelly Catholic.