Brandeis stuns Johnson with 28-point comeback; Peoples leads Veterans Memorial to first district win; Davenport races past Devine, stays unbeaten
The midpoint of the 2022 high school football season featured one of the greatest comebacks yet, as Brandeis erased a 17-point deficit to stun Johnson and remain undefeated in District 28-6A.
Johnson, Reagan prepare for crucial 28-6A showdown; Natalia vs. Poth headlines BGC Road Trip; Shiner rolls to 8-0 start
The penultimate week of the high school football regular season features a colossal showdown between Johnson and Reagan in District 28-6A, while Poth and Natalia prepare for a clash that will decide the District 15-3A Division II title.
Brennan wins early-season showdown against Reagan; Alamo Heights earns dramatic victory over Boerne; Robert Bruce, Koy Detmer get first wins as head coaches
Brennan beats Reagan, Alamo Heights stuns Boerne and a pair of new head coach earn their first wins as we recap Week 1 of the 2021 high school football season.
Attack on Saudi oil site fuels upward march for crude prices
Oil prices pressed higher Monday, March 8, 2021, after strikes on major oil facilities in Saudi Arabia, the worlds largest oil exporter, shook energy markets. But OPEC, rattled by plunging prices over the past year, chose not to open the spigots, sending prices higher still. But that prior attack disrupted more than half of its daily exports, halting 5% of world crude oil output. “The last thing anyone wants in a recovering global economy is higher oil prices, and we are likely nearing a point when higher oil prices become a negative rather than a positive influence over risk assets," Stephen Innes of Axi said in a report Monday. Oil prices crashed as millions of people stayed home and avoided traveling, hoping to avoid infection.
Interfaith Welcome Coalition alerted to plans for ‘Ellis Island-type’ facilities at family detention centers
SAN ANTONIO – Known for its belief of “loving thy neighbor and welcoming a stranger,” the Interfaith Welcome Coalition was alerted to future plans for family detention centers in Dilley and Karnes City to become “Ellis Island-type” facilities. As it has in the past with other migrants arriving in San Antonio, Klein said IWC is staffed with volunteers “at all hours of day and night to welcome people.”Ad“We assist them with their travel plans. “This was a direct result of the new attitude and philosophy that was coming down from Washington,” Klein said. He said information about how the public can help IWC fulfill its on-going mission can be found on its website. Related Stories:Texas family detention centers expected to transform into rapid-processing hubsAsylum seekers navigate new future in the U.S. after months in MexicoDozens of asylum seekers from tent camp in Matamoros, Mexico enter the USAdSan Antonio sees releases from detention centers, at border
OPEC, Russia send oil price up with deal to contain output
Instead, the group of oil producers opted for caution, and their decision in favor of supply restraint quickly sent crude oil prices even higher. OPEC countries led by Saudi Arabia joined with other countries including Russia to reach the deal in an online meeting Thursday. Under the deal, non-OPEC countries Russia and Kazakstan can make small production increases. While Saudi Arabia has been more cautious about production increases, Russia has been a reliable advocate for more supply. One factor contributing to differences is that Russia can balance its state budget at lower oil prices than can Saudi Arabia, according to the International Monetary Fund.
Aid groups say ICE stopped jailing immigrant families at two South Texas sites, but they're still open
Wikimedia CommonsImmigrant-rights groups have long called for the closure for the private family detention center in Karnes City, south of San Antonio. President Joe Biden campaigned on promises to undo Trump immigration policies such as requiring asylum seekers to wait in Mexico until their cases are heard. "ICE officials did not respond to the's email inquiry on the changes at Karnes City and Dilley. She also noted that detention policies at the site — including who can be held there and for how long — change rapidly. "As long as the family prisons remain open, we risk a return to long-term family detention and family separation," she said.sacurrent.com
NFL cornerback, former Judson standout Tre Flowers delivers semi-truck full of water to Karnes City community
(Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)SAN ANTONIO – Seattle Seahawks cornerback and former Judson High School standout Tre Flowers is once again stepping up to help people in the San Antonio area. Flowers arranged for a semi-truck to deliver a load of water to Karnes City on Wednesday afternoon. Flowers told KSAT his family is from Karnes City and he still has several relatives in the area, including his grandmother. Seahawks DB Tre Flowers (@_Slimm7) discusses how he set up an 18-wheeler water giveaway today at 5:30 pm at Karnes City park. Flowers and his family will distribute the water at 5:30 p.m. at Karnes City Park located on S Browne Street.
Cole girls use fourth-quarter surge to knock off Karnes City in Area Round
SAN ANTONIO – Junior guard Nadja Babilonia-Lopez pours in 18 points, Vivian Iwuchukwu adds 16, and the Cole girls basketball team defeated Karnes City 52-43 at Paul Taylor Fieldhouse to punch their tickets to the third round for the first time since 2016.
High school football game south of San Antonio canceled due to COVID-19
KENEDY A high school football game scheduled for week one of the 2020 season has been canceled. Kenedy Independent School District, located just an hour south of San Antonio, announced on their Facebook page late Tuesday night that another member of their coaching staff has tested positive for the coronavirus, forcing the Lions to cancel Fridays season-opener against Karnes City. This most recent result brings the schools total number of positive cases up to four, including three coaches and one player. With this new information, we feel the virus is still active, and we have come to a decision to cancel this Saturdays football game with Karnes City, the announcement detailed. MORE HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL COVERAGE
11 Texas immigration detainees test positive for COVID-19
DALLAS Eleven detainees at a South Texas family detention center have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, Immigration and Customs Enforcement reported Thursday. The outbreak was reported at the center near Karnes City, about 50 miles (80 kilometers) southeast of San Antonio. Starting Monday, all of the centers detainees were tested for COVID--19, the illness the coronavirus causes, according to court monitor Andrea Ordin. ICE officials reported the test results Thursday, and all 11 detainees who tested positive showed no symptoms but were placed under medical isolation and are being monitored for any symptoms. The 11 found to be affected comprise parents and children, said Yari Aquino, spokeswoman for the immigrant advocacy group RAICES.
Longhorns take over Market Square
SAN ANTONIO – How much do you know about the longhorns that lead the Western Heritage Parade & Cattle Drive through the streets of downtown San Antonio? Watch the video above for fun facts about the animals that put the cattle in Cattle Drive. The cattle are provided by the Kimble Cattle Company of Karnes City.
Karnes City Football Stadium Map
Karnes City Football Stadium Map400 E. Highway 123 Karnes City, TXPublished: October 12, 2007, 8:26 amKarnes City stadium seats 2,000 Phone: (830) 780-2321, ext. 223Copyright 2011 by KSAT.com All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.