International pro basketball player Orlando Mendez-Valdez returned to his old neighborhood to host a free training camp for local children.
Wellman is less known for winning league titles, accumulating 1,000-plus wins, or managing in his hometown. He’s best known for epic, managerial meltdowns.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg, in one of his very first pronouncements since taking office, was right to contain his enthusiasm.
The Believe It Foundation on Friday announced Believe It Bikes, a citywide adaptive bike program for children with physical disabilities.
The San Antonio Missions will move to Amarillo for the 2019 season. A Triple-A team currently based in Colorado Springs will relocate to San Antonio.
There is no sacrifice Abel Valdez, 46, won’t make for la familia. For an extended period, he held two jobs to provide for three sons.
Any league member will tell you that contemporary roller derby with ACRG is more than the fishnet stockings and the wheeled wrestling moves of yesteryear.
The 16th annual Antonio Daniels Basketball camp begins June 12 at Cornerstone Christian School’s Warrior Arena.
No goalkeeper in the United Soccer League is playing better than the one who starts for San Antonio FC, Diego Alejandro Restrepo Garcia.
Last Friday night, Nia Coffey flashed glimpses of the promise that made her the No. 5 pick in the WNBA draft. Basketball runs through the Coffey DNA.
Golden State completed a 4-game sweep and remain unbeaten in the playoffs, 12-0 as they move on to their third straight NBA Finals.