New Braunfels Canyon knocks off Seguin in pivotal district clash; Vasquez’s catch lifts Clark past Roosevelt; Sam Houston tops Brackenridge in overtime
Week 9's high school football action set the stage for an incredible finish to the 2022 regular season, as Canyon, Clark Stevens and Sam Houston all earned pivotal district victories.
No. 1 Steele races past New Braunfels, stays undefeated; Taft tops Stevens, stays in 29-6A race; Highlands’ tip-drill earns Catch of the Week honors
Steele's impressive victory over New Braunfels headlined a pivotal Week 7 of KSAT 12's Big Game Coverage for the high school football season that brought clarity to district races across greater San Antonio area.
Barrientes Vela barred from leaving Bexar County, attending political events after Dallas convention skirmish
Michelle Barrientes Vela is now prohibited from leaving Bexar County and attending political events after the judge overseeing her upcoming public corruption trial set special conditions of bond during a court hearing Thursday morning.
SWIMMING: Johnson’s Scott, Clark’s Stallworth headline UIL Class 6A State Championships
Highlights and reaction from the UIL Class 6A State swimming and diving championships in Austin, as Johnson junior Jada Scott claims her first individual title and Clark senior Lane Stallworth finishes second overall in the boys 1 meter diving competition.
HIGHLIGHTS: Clark’s Croley, Johnson’s Scott headline Region VII-6A Swimming Championships
Highlights and reaction from Josh Davis Natatorium, as high school swimmers from around the San Antonio area competed in the 2022 UIL Region VII-6A Swimming & Diving Championships looking to punch their tickets to this year's state meet in Austin.
VOLLEYBALL HIGHLIGHTS: Brandeis sweeps Clark in 28-6A rematch, Madison tops Johnson, Boerne defeats Davenport
Week 8 of the high school volleyball season saw Brandeis avenge an early-season loss to Clark and reclaim control of District 28-6A, while Madison defeated Johnson to stay in the hunt for the playoffs and Boerne swept New Braunfels Davenport in District 28-4A.
VOLLEYBALL HIGHLIGHTS: Harlan sweeps Stevens in dramatic fashion, East Central rolls past Southwest Legacy
Harlan volleyball comes from behind in the third set to sweep Stevens, East Central dominates Southwest Legacy, Clark defeats Johnson and Churchill claws back to defeat Madison in a five-set thriller.
Annual Peanut Butter Bowl expands to 10 games, 20 high school football teams in 2021
The annual Peanut Butter Bowl, held in every high school football season since 2016 as a food drive to collect peanut butter and combat chronic hunger, has expanded to 10 games and 20 different teams this season including a pair of Austin schools.
VOLLEYBALL HIGHLIGHTS: Brandeis rolls past Antonian; Clark, Churchill and Edison earn big sweeps
The second week of the 2021 high school volleyball season ratchets up the intensity. Carlee Pharris and the Brandeis Broncos rolled past Antonian in front of a raucous home crowd, while Clark, Churchill and Edison all earn impressive sweeps over Harlan, Taft and Southside respectively.
VOLLEYBALL HIGHLIGHTS: Reagan sweeps O’Connor; Harlan, Lanier earn comeback victories
The first Tuesday night of the high school volleyball season featured some thrilling non-district matchups, as Reagan swept O'Connor, Clark knocked off Alamo Heights, Harlan came from behind to defeat Johnson, Lanier held off St. Mary's Hall and Jefferson battled John Jay.
Williams, Bueckers lead UConn past Iowa in NCAA Sweet 16
UConn guard Paige Bueckers (5) works the ball past Iowa guard Caitlin Clark (22) during the first half of a college basketball game in the Sweet Sixteen round of the women's NCAA tournament at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Saturday, March 27, 2021. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)SAN ANTONIO – The game was billed as a marquee matchup of uber-talented freshmen Paige Bueckers and Caitlin Clark. Williams scored 27 points and Bueckers added 18 to lead No. 1 UConn to a 92-72 win over fifth-seeded Iowa on Saturday in the Sweet 16 of the women's NCAA Tournament. “I thought we played a great team basketball game," Williams said.
HIGHLIGHTS: Moore scores game-winner with 1 second left, Johnson boys soccer beats Clark
SAN ANTONIO – Deadlocked in a hard-fought battle with their District 28-6A rival Clark, the Johnson boys soccer team manages to score the game’s only goal in the final second of regulation to defeat the Cougars 1-0. Samuel Moore was credited with the game-winning goal.
HIGHLIGHTS: Clark boys edge Harlan late, Antonian rolls into third round
SAN ANTONIO – Plenty of great boys basketball action on Tuesday night, as Al Emerllahu’s late shot gives Clark a 49-48 victory over Harlan in the regional semifinals, O’Connor comes up short in a back-and-forth battle with Westlake and Antonian rolls past Houston St. Pius in the second round of the TAPPS playoffs.
HIGHLIGHTS: Judson girls edge Clark; Boerne Champion, Cole boys roll into third round
SAN ANTONIO – In girls hoops, Judson jumps out to an early lead and hangs on late to edge Clark and advance to the fourth round, while the Boerne Champion and Cole boys squads roll to convincing Area Round victories over Harlandale and Lytle respectively. WATCH: Trey Blackmore (@TreyBuckets11) throws down a thunderous slam dunk in the second quarter tonight, as Cole (@RGC_BBasketball) knocks off Lytle to advance to the third round for the fourth straight season! More highlights coming up tonight on #KSATsports @InstantReplaySA pic.twitter.com/anD2CTX3fZ — Andrew Cely (@ACelySports) February 25, 2021ON FIRE: Boerne Champion (@boys_champion) puts on an absolute clinic from behind the arc, knocking down 17 three-pointers in an Area Round rout of Harlandale! #KSATsports @LeechStan @WACathletics @BoerneISD pic.twitter.com/4z0C7H7q1X — Andrew Cely (@ACelySports) February 25, 2021MORE BASKETBALL COVERAGE
Power outages linger for millions as another icy storm looms
Nearly 3.4 million customers around the U.S. were still without electricity, and some also lost water service. More than 100 million people live in areas covered by some type of winter weather warning, watch or advisory, the weather service said. Weather-related outages have been particularly stubborn in Oregon, where some customers have been without power for almost a week. At the peak of the storm, more than 350,000 customers in the Portland area were in the dark. In Oregon, authorities confirmed Tuesday that four people died in the Portland area of carbon monoxide poisoning.
HIGHLIGHTS: Brandeis boys win Regional title, Clemens’ Sloan earns Swimmer of the Meet
SAN ANTONIO – On a night with numerous pool records and multiple double-event winners, the Brandeis boys swim team wins their first Region VII-6A Championship as area swimmers dove into Bill Walker Pool looking to punch their tickets to this year’s UIL State meet. FULL RESULTSEvents Champion Time 200 yard Medley Relay Reagan 1:34.27 200 yard Freestyle Luke Peterson (Churchill) 1:41.81 200 yard Individual Medley Kevin Cai (Reagan) 1:54.29 50 yard Freestyle Tate Sloan (Clemens) 20.86 1 meter Diving Marcel Mateos Salles (Reagan) 537.40 pts 100 yard Butterfly Jackson Stallworth (Clark) 49.80 100 yard Freestyle Tate Sloan (Clemens) 46.24 500 yard Freestyle Luke Peterson (Churchill) 4:34.60 200 yard Freestyle Relay Clark 1:25.16 100 yard Backstroke Evan Croley (Clark) 49.66 100 yard Breaststroke Kevin Cai (Reagan) 57.35 400 yard Freestyle Relay Clark 3:07.97MORE SWIMMING HIGHLIGHTS
Pharaoh Clark announces run for San Antonio City Council’s District 2
While we’re still wrapping up the 2020 General Election, one local activist has his mind set on next year. Pharaoh Clark announced Friday that he will be running for San Antonio City Council, District 2, in May of 2021. He’s also worked directly with the City Council on changes the community wants to see. The city’s general election is set for May 1, 2021. RELATED: Meet the activist working with San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg to help stop racial injustices
Brandeis volleyball sweeps District 28-6A rival Clark in season opener
SAN ANTONIO – The Brandeis Broncos and Clark Cougars volleyball programs met in the season opener Saturday at Northside Gym. The Broncos swept the Cougars in the best-of-five series with scores of 25-22, 31-29 and 25-18. TCU commit and junior Brandeis outside hitter, Jalyn Gibson, led all hitters with 20 kills while senior defensive specialist, Amy DeWalt, who will be attending Midwestern State in the fall, contributed 32 digs. The victory snaps Clark’s 47-match district winning streak. Brandeis is away at Boerne Champion Tuesday while Clark will face Johnson at Littleton Gym Tuesday.
ACM Awards brings live performances back to TV amid pandemic
This combination photo shows country singers, from left, Luke Bryan, Kane Brown and Mickey Guyton who will perform at this year's ACM Awards in Nashville. (AP Photo)NASHVILLE, Tenn. – At the Academy of Country Music Awards on Wednesday, there won’t be fake fans, canned applause or pre-taped acceptance speeches. After a five-month delay due to the coronavirus pandemic, the awards show wants to bring the live television experience back again. The 55th annual ACM Awards, normally held in April in Las Vegas, were delayed this year and moved to Nashville, Tennessee, for the first time. “I don’t know if it’s gonna look like an NFL Draft night when we hand out the awards,” Urban said laughing.
Woman finds deceased brother through KSAT story, receives award on his behalf
Britt’s sister, Nikki Clark, used to keep in contact with him through social media, but several months ago, he stopped responding. “I was looking for my brother and I found the article from KSAT,” Clark said. Homeless men plagued by mental, drug issues get help at transitional homeWe featured Britt in a story last April. He was rehabilitating at the Behavioral Health Transitions Program through Crosspoint, which helps homeless men plagued by drug addiction get back on their feet. On behalf of Britt, Clark proudly received her brother’s award for graduate of the year.
HS Volleyball Highlights: October 8th
District supremacy was on the line Tuesday night, as Clark remained unbeaten with a 3-1 victory over District 28-6A rival Brandeis, while Brennan rallied to top Taft. In District 27-5A, Alamo Heights continued their hot streak with a road sweep of rival Jefferson and Highlands kept pace with a win over Edison.
Families that plan have chaos-free mornings
Set A RoutineRobertson said making a morning routine with your family and working together to stick to it can greatly reduce your daily stress. She said to take time and specifically plan how your morning will go, asking each family member what his or her ideal morning routine would be. "Children love routines and they love to know what to expect out of their day," Clark said. "Anything that you can do ahead of time will aid in creating that ideal morning," Clark said. 3, 2, 1 -- LaunchOnce you are ready to head out the door, Robertson said having what she calls a launch pad could help you leave nothing behind.