BEST OF 2022: Uvalde football, Manu Ginobili, San Antonio FC headline San Antonio’s Top 12 sports stories of the year
Uvalde football's incredible rally, Manu Ginobili's induction into the Hall of Fame and San Antonio FC's historic first title are three of the top 12 sports stories from an unforgettable 2022.
Boerne boys soccer preparing for UIL Class 4A State Championship game
On Thursday afternoon, the Boerne Greyhounds held their final practice prior to competing in Saturday's UIL Class 4A State Championship Game against Fort Worth Diamond Hill Jarvis. The match is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. at Birkelbach Field in Georgetown.
LEE boys soccer defeats Jersey Village 2-0, returns to UIL State championship game
Julian Sanchez tallied a goal and an assist, as the LEE Volunteers defeated Jersey Village in the UIL Class 6A State semifinals on Tuesday night, punching their tickets to the championship game for the second time in the last three seasons.
Johnson’s Samuel Moore talks English heritage, commitment to University of Chester
After an impressive senior season with the Johnson Jaguars, forward Samuel Moore has committed to play college soccer overseas at the University of Chester, earning an opportunity to further explore his English heritage.
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: Schertz John Paul II boys, girls battle for TAPPS Division III State soccer titles
ROUND ROCK – Both the girls and boys soccer teams from Schertz John Paul II qualified for their respective TAPPS Division III State Championship Game, and they come up just short in dramatic battles with Dallas Covenant School. Champion Score Runner-Up Boys Dallas Covenant School 1-0 Schertz John Paul II Girls Dallas Covenant School 3-1 Schertz John Paul IIMORE TAPPS STATE SOCCER COVERAGE
TMI boys soccer wins third consecutive TAPPS State Division II Championship
ROUND ROCK – Twelve TMI seniors took the field at Round Rock Multipurpose Complex on Friday with a rare opportunity to win three straight TAPPS state titles. The Panthers scored early and often in a 5-0 rout of Frisco Legacy Christian in the TAPPS Division II State Championship Game. @TMIEpiscopal boys soccer have gone back to back to back - catch all the highlights and hear from the Panthers on their victory coming up ONLY on #KSATsports! @InstantReplaySA pic.twitter.com/EQ8BQdWbwH — Andrew Cely (@ACelySports) March 6, 2021“It’s crazy, winning three years in a row,” Parra said. AdThe Panthers have now won four of the last five TAPPS Division II State titles.
HIGHLIGHTS: Maeve Sullivan’s brace powers John Paul II girls to 3-0 victory, district title
SCHERTZ – With the district title on the line, Maeve Sullivan scored both of her goals in the second half to power the defending TAPPS Division III State Champion John Paul II girls soccer team to a 3-0 victory over Our Lady of the Hills. MORE HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS COVERAGE
John Paul II’s Emilie Rompel in pursuit of impressive career milestone
NEW BRAUNFELS – The reigning TAPPS Division III state champion John Paul II girls soccer team is rolling through the regular season thanks in large part to the play of junior forward Emilie Rompel, who is closing in on scoring her 100th career goal.
Madison’s Jillian Martinez ready for transition to UCLA soccer
SAN ANTONIO – If you watched any game that the Madison girls soccer team played this season, you likely saw senior Jillian Martinez score a goal......twice. Instead of a proper sendoff to a stellar high school career, Martinez was forced to transition right into training for college. "Going from high school to spring break and then not being able to go back to school to finish the season was tough. Once they canceled the high school season, I immediately switched to college and getting ready for UCLA.”Luckily, Martinez has been able to establish an effective daily routine despite restrictions placed on facilities and personnel. It’s markedly different -- and more intense -- than her high school training.