NFL star from Judson feeds hundreds
A line of cars, trucks, and SUVs snaked through and around the parking lot of Rutledge Stadium, where Flowers had last played in the fall of 2012. Mike Miller, Judson ISD boys athletic director, paced nervously about the parking lot in the final minutes before things got under way. More than 300 vehicles drove through the parking lot, receiving the lion’s share of 400 cases of water. Judson Superintendent Dr. Jeanette Ball made the scene to thank Flowers and the volunteers for making their alma mater the day’s top priority. This just shows how much the community cares for the people of Converse and our Judson family.”email@example.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.
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.
NFL stars wish San Antonio student battling cancer a happy birthday
NFL stars wish San Antonio student battling cancer a happy birthdayJudson High School teachers, coaches, classmates and friends cruise by the home of Bryce Wisdom to help him celebrate his 17th birthday on April 28, 2020. Judson High School teachers, coaches, classmates and friends cruise by the home of Bryce Wisdom to help him celebrate his 17th birthday on April 28, 2020. Photo: Tom Reel, Staff Photographer Photo: Tom Reel, Staff Photographer Image 1 of / 3 Caption Close NFL stars wish San Antonio student battling cancer a happy birthday 1 / 3 Back to GalleryBryce Wisdom, a local teenager battling cancer, turned 17 on Tuesday, receiving well-wishes from some well-known professional athletes. Happy Birthday lil bro! #BryceStrong https://t.co/q1JUCIB4er pic.twitter.com/IwZroVK76n Taylor Eighmy (@PresidentEighmy) April 29, 2020Happy Birthday, Bryce.mysanantonio.com