January 30, 2023

KSAT 12 will be broadcasting a UIL Class 4A Division I State Quarterfinal Playoff game between Boerne and Calallen this Friday at Alamo Stadium as part of Big Game Coverage.

The game starts at 7:30pm and will be streamed live in the video player above.

You can also watch the game here on KSAT’s YouTube page or over-the-air on KSAT 12.2 MeTV.


GAME PREVIEW

Only seven UIL high school football teams from the San Antonio area remain alive in the state title hunt, and that includes the Boerne Greyhounds, who are the top-ranked Sub-5A team in the KSAT 12 Top 12.

number 1 Borne (13-0, 5-0) is 13-0 for the first time in program history. In three rounds of playoff action, the Greyhounds were hardly tested, outscoring their opponents 143-34. Most recently, Boerne defeated Port Lavaca Calhoun 51-0 in the third round. quarterback Jaxon Baize A dynamic pass attack made headlines with a 46-4 touchdown-to-interception ratio and four rushing TDs. Senior wide receiver Braden Baize and sophomore wideout Brooks Perez were two of Jaxon’s favorite targets, averaging 26 combined touchdown catches. Meanwhile running back TJ Dement has anchored effective groundplay by exceeding 100 yards in rushing in all of Boerne’s three playoff wins.

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Calallen also goes into Friday night’s matchup with an unbeaten 13-0 record. The Wildcats are playing in the fourth round of the playoffs for the first time since 2019. After a 30-6 win over Beeville Jones in the bi-district round, Calallen has taken down two hard-nosed San Antonio-area teams-to-back rounds: Davenport (22-14) and Somerset (31-17). The Wildcats’ offense is fairly balanced, with a running back Luke Medina and dual threat quarterback Bryce Burnett.

This is Boerne’s first appearance in the State Quarterfinals since 2004. Will the Greyhounds continue their dominance in the playoffs? Or will Calallen give them their first loss?


This match is part of KSAT 12 Sports and Texas Sports Productions’ Big Game Coverage (BGC). We’re streaming more than 100 live high school football games in San Antonio, South Texas and the Hill Country during the 2022 season.

You can see the full schedule and watch/listen to more games here.

Get scores, highlights, player and coach interviews, weekly leaderboards and top players in the region on KSAT’s Big Game Coverage page.

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