Reagan surges past Brandeis, claims 28-6A title; McCollum stuns Harlandale in Frontier Bowl; Pleasanton wins yet another overtime game
Before we turn the page to the playoffs, let's take a look back on a wonderful finish to the 2022 high school football regular season, highlighted by Reagan's dominant second-half over Brandeis, McCollum's upset of Harlandale and yet another overtime win for Pleasanton.
Brennan, Steele, Johnson and Alamo Heights all finish 10-0; Carrizo Springs secures first undefeated season since 1984; Davila leads Poteet to district title
At the end of the regular season, six teams from the greater San Antonio area finish with undefeated records: Brennan, Steele, Johnson, Alamo Heights, Shiner and Carrizo Springs.
Steele hosts Smithson Valley in battle for 27-6A title; No. 1 Brennan takes on Marshall in 29-6A championship; Carrizo Springs faces Hondo with undefeated season on the line
Week 11 of KSAT 12's Big Game Coverage features a pair of high-profile matchups, as Brennan battles Marshall and Smithson Valley takes on Steele.
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
Lytle expected to be without water until Thursday morning, police chief says
LYTLE, Texas – The city of Lytle is expected to be without water until Thursday morning. According to Lytle Police Chief Richey Priest, “pumps are working hard to fill the storage tanks. Crews are working very hard, please be patient.”The water pumping system that serves residents of Lytle lost electricity on Tuesday afternoon. Stay InformedAs always, Your Weather Authority team will keep you updated. You can get the very latest forecast anytime by bookmarking our weather page and downloading the KSAT Weather Authority App - available for both Apple and Android devices.
Lytle Lady Pirates looking to finish season undefeated in district
LYTLE – With five games left in the regular season, the Lytle Lady Pirates are on the verge of completing an undefeated season against District 27-3A competition, and they’re doing it with a combination of efficient offense and suffocating defense.
Rural Texas communities begin seeing COVID-19 vaccine deliveries
PLEASANTON – During the second week of the vaccine rollout in Texas, shipments are headed to pharmacies in smaller communities throughout the San Antonio area. The H-E-B Pharmacy 19 on McDonald St in Lytle will get 100 doses of a COVID-19 vaccine. Kings Medicine, on N. Bryant Street in Pleasanton will get 500 doses of the vaccine. “I am apprehensive of what’s in the vaccine,” Casanova said. Related: H-E-B pharmacies to receive COVID-19 vaccine doses this week, reserved for healthcare workers
HS Volleyball Highlights: Bandera vs. Lytle
LYTLE – In the first week of the high school volleyball regular season for Classes 4A through 1A, the Lytle Pirates play host to the Bandera Bulldogs as both teams are still adjusting to the new coronavirus-prevention regulations. MORE LOCAL SPORTS COVERAGE
Poth football excited to return to practice, hopeful to complete season
POTH After months of uncertainty due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Poth football team has returned to practice in preparation for what they hope will be a full high school football season. Poth will open their season at home against Lytle on Aug. 28 at 7:30 p.m.MORE HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL COVERAGE
Police: 4 missing children in Lytle found safe
LYTLE, TEXAS – Update:Police say all four children have been found safe near a high school, as of around 10 p.m. Friday night. Original:Four children are missing in Lytle, Texas, and police are asking for the public’s help in finding them. Last seen on foot, in a wooded area in Lytle near IH-35. — Richey Priest (@lytlepdchief) February 1, 2020The police chief posted on Twitter about the missing children around 8:45 p.m. Friday. The missing children are Sebastian Mireles, 11; Julianna Avila, 11; Jalen Rodriguez, 11 and Julyana Frausto, 10.
Big Game Coverage Road Trip: Week One Preview
Time to run around South Texas for the Big Game Coverage Road Trip. Game 1: Schertz John Paul II Guardians at Natalia Mustangs. This marks the fourth straight season the Guardians and Mustangs will open against each other, with Natalia winning the previous three. Game 3: Brackenridge Eagles at Somerset Bulldogs. Last season, Somerset edged Brackenridge 20-19 in Week 1.