Fire and Armor Bowl between 3-0 Dragons, 2-0 Titans headlines Week 8 matchups; Somerset begins district play against La Vernia; Steele faces Clemens in 27-6A
Week 8 of KSAT 12′s Big Game Coverages features some crucial neighborhood rivalries, including the fourth installment of the Fire and Armor Bowl and a classic battle at Lehnhoff Stadium between Steele and Clemens.
VOLLEYBALL HIGHLIGHTS: Smithson Valley sweeps Clemens to stay undefeated, Brandeis knocks off Reagan, YWLA battles Fox Tech
Week 10 of the high school volleyball season featured another impressive Smithson Valley outing, as the Rangers swept Clemens to remain undefeated in District 27-6A, while Brandeis knocked off Reagan in a 28-6A rematch and YWLA battled Fox Tech in 29-4A.
UIL State Track & Field Championships Recap: Class 6A, 1A Saturday
Reagan senior Jasmine Montgomery stuns with two individual event wins, and Knippa senior Christian Rattler stuck gold in the 400 meter run, as Class 1A and 6A athletes from the greater San Antonio area competed on Saturday night in the final session of this year’s UIL State Track & Field Championships.
Judson alum Tre Flowers helps organize food, water giveaway at Rutledge Stadium for families in need
SAN ANTONIO – With families in desperate need of food after a devastating winter storm, Judson alumnus Tre Flowers and his girlfriend flew back to San Antonio and organized fellow star athletes Jarveon Williams, Malcolm Brown and Frank Harris among others to help donate free meals and water.
HIGHLIGHTS: Wagner boys keep season alive with double-overtime victory over Clemens
WATCH: It ain't over till it's over! @WagnerboysBball's Jasean Jackson (@jjack_210) converts a 4-point play to send their game against @SamuelClemenBB into overtime & @DavonteDurst hits an enormous three in Double OT to lift the T-Birds to a thrilling 70-65 win! #KSATsports pic.twitter.com/o7XIAcD6Nc
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
Steele comes from behind to topple Clemens
We just weren’t finishing things.”After an exchange of punts to open the second half, Clemens (1-4, 0-3) fashioned a drive that seemed stalled by penalties. With the ball at midfield, a Clemens ball carrier fumbled at the Steele 40. That’s all we can ask of them.”After Clemens failed to put together a drive, Steele marched down to the Clemens 24. The Steele defensive line pressured DiDomenico on the final play, forcing the Clemens quarterback to throw a prayer into the end zone. A Clemens receiver managed to get a hand on the ball before it fell incomplete, setting off a raucous Steele sideline celebration.mysanantonio.com
Rangers' net play topples Clemens, 3-1
Three players for Smithson Valley logged more than 10 kills each as the Rangers defeated the Clemens Buffaloes three games to one Friday to remain unbeaten in District 27-6A play. “The more we had arms firing, the more they were going to be off on their blocks.”The Rangers went 25-13, 15-25, 25-21, 25-18 for the 3-1 win, three days after topping perennial power New Braunfels, 3-2. Outside hitters Bekah Williams had 13 kills, Naomi Ortiz 12, and Reagan Elizondo 10 to lead the net assault for the Rangers. Smithson Valley couldn’t close the gap the rest of the game as the Clemens defense turned up the heat and put the Rangers on their heels. Smithson Valley returns home on Friday to host East Central after having faced Judson on Tuesday.mysanantonio.com
Steele, Clemens seniors Drive Away at final bell
Steele, Clemens seniors Drive Away at final bellMikayla Anthony, 17, right, and Evelyn Quiroz, 17, embrace as Steele High School seniors gather in the schools parking lot in preparation for a Final Bell Drive Away on what would have been the final day of school for the Class of 2020 on Friday, May 22. less Mikayla Anthony, 17, right, and Evelyn Quiroz, 17, embrace as Steele High School seniors gather in the schools parking lot in preparation for a Final Bell Drive Away on what would have been the final day of ... more Photo: Marvin Pfeiffer /Staff Photographer Photo: Marvin Pfeiffer /Staff Photographer Image 1 of / 17 Caption Close Steele, Clemens seniors Drive Away at final bell 1 / 17 Back to GalleryFriday was the final day of school for seniors at Clemens and Steele high schools. With their senior year reduced to online coursework due to the coronavirus pandemic, seniors gathered Friday in their respective school parking lots and began their Final Bell Drive Away once the school bell sounded at 4 p.m., signifying the end of their final day of high school. Some sat on top of car hoods and tops. Others sat in the back of pickup beds or, as was the case at Clemens, looked out at the masses from inside a rented limousine. Hundreds of parents, friends, classmates and well-wishers stood along the streets of a parade route waving signs and banners, sounding air horns, and shouting names and words of joy for the students.mysanantonio.com
Alamo Heights, Clemens cheerleading squads place 1st in UIL state competitions
SAN ANTONIO – Two San Antonio schools can boast state champion cheerleading squads. The cheerleaders at Clemens High School in the Schertz Cibolo Universal City School District are the best in the state for 6A DII, while the Alamo Heights cheer squad dominated 5A DII. “I truly believe all was achieved this past weekend.”The Alamo Heights squad will compete in the national championships in Orlando next month. Several other schools in the San Antonio area also placed in the top 10 in their divisions at the state UIL spirit competition. 4ACanyon Lake (CISD) - 6th Place5A DIIAlamo Heights - 1st PlaceCastroville Medina Valley - 5th Place6A DIJohnson (NEISD) - 3rd Place6A DIIClemens (SCUCISD) - 1st PlaceCanyon (CISD) - 5th PlaceNew Braunfels - 7th Place
HS Volleyball Playoff Highlights: Regional Final Recap
Clemens and Alamo Heights both earn sweeps in the Class 6A and Class 5A Regional Finals respectively to punch their tickets to the UIL State Tournament. Watch exclusive extended highlights and reaction from each clinching match, as both teams make program history!
Week 9 KSAT Elite 12 BGC Supercut Part 1: Plays from Clemens, Steele, Brandeis
SAN ANTONIO - Check out some highlights from Week 9 of the high school football season featuring some of our 2019-20 KSAT Elite 12 recruits. This week we have plays from:Clemens' Jackson MaciasSteele's Wyatt Begeal and Daryn McKnightJohnson's Ty Reasoner and Justin RodriguezBrandeis' Jordan BattlesWagner's Isaiah Williams and Joerell ButlerReagan's Zane RabaSouthside's Aaron MartinezHarlan's Kannon Williams and Jacory LoganBoerne Champion's Bowen FjordHere's the full list of senior players who made this year's KSAT Elite 12. Go here for the latest high school football coverage with our Big Game Coverage section. Copyright 2019 by KSAT - All rights reserved.
HS Volleyball Highlights: October 1st
As the calendar turns to October, district play is heating up for area teams. Clemens rallies to top New Braunfels and stay undefeated in District 26-6A while Brandeis knocks off Stevens in District 28-6A and Boerne Champion sweeps Veterans Memorial in District 26-5A. Copyright 2019 by KSAT - All rights reserved.
Go Public Cool Schools Winner: September 2018
SAN ANTONIO – Friday Night Lights for Clemens and Steele high schools is more than just a football game. Texas is known for its tremendous talent with high school football and Steele and Clemens take rivalry to the next level. "If it wasn't for this football program, I probably wouldn't be where I am right now," said Quinton Mayberry, a senior defensive end at Clemens High School. "Friday night is a very special night for the Steele Knights," said Peter Sele, a offensive guard at Steele High School. Congratulations to both Steele and Clemens high schools for being featured on Go Public Cool Schools for September!