The National Honor Society is hosting tutoring sessions on Tuesdays after school in room 11. If you are struggling in any class and would like some help, take advantage of this opportunity.
|Mon||11/22/2010||St. Anthony||St. Anthony||4:00pm|
|Sat||12/4/2010||St. Michael’s||Holy Cross||12:30pm|
|Fri||12/10/2010||Central Catholic||Central Catholic||7:00pm|
|Sat||12/18/2010||ALUMNI GAME||Holy Cross||2:00pm|
|Wed||12/29/2010||St. Anthony||Holy Cross||4:00pm|
|Wed||1/12/2011||St. Michael’s||St. Michael’s||5:30pm|
|Fri&Sat||1/21&22/2011||South San Tournament||South San||TBD|
|Wed||1/26/2011||Central Catholic||Holy Cross||4:30pm|
|President: Brother Stanley Culotta|
|Principal: Henry Galindo|
|Athletic Director: Mike Harrison|
|Head Coach: Gabriel Serda III|
|Asst. Coaches: Dan Fernandez, Bart Valerio, Sergio Castaneda|
|– District Games in Bold|
Flu shots will be available to the Holy Cross community including students, faculty and staff on Oct. 14, 7 a.m. – 11 a.m. at the Holy Cross Convocation Center (new Gymnasium). For patients not covered by insurance the flu shot is $29.95 (includes H1N1) or $34.99 (nasal). Please bring your insurance card with you.
The varsity football team defeated Brownsville St. Joseph in the district opener in Brownsville, 48-7. Tyler Cardenas scored on a 59 yard run just 14 seconds into the game to begin the rout. He finished the game with 19 rushes for 230 yards and 3 TD’s.
Sam Romero caught a 38 yard TD pass from JD Hernandez and Tyler scored again to end the first quarter scoring.
James Stark scored in the second quarter on a 35 yard pass.
In the second half, Tyler scored another TD, Domingo Rios scored on a 65 yard run, and Sam Moreno scored the final TD on a 1 yard run.
The offense gained 582 total yards and defense limited St. Joseph to 205 total yards.
Next game is Saturday, October 2 at 7:00pm at Harlandale Memorial Stadium. See you there.
Thanks to Joe Alanis for these photos.
Printable Volleyball Schedule 2010
Date Opponent Site Fresh JV Var
August 10 SA Christian SAC 5:00 6:00 7:00
August 11 Harlandale HC 5:00 6:15 7:30
August 13&14 Harlandale Tourney HHS TBA
August 18 Fox Tech Fox Tech 5:00 6:15 7:30
August 19 Lytle Lytle 5:00 5:00 6:00
August 20&21 S San Tourney SSHS TBA
August 24 Somerset Somerset 5:00 6:00 7:00
August 26 Cornerstone HC 6:00 7:00
August 27 SAISD Tourney Alamo TBA
August 31 McCollum McCollum 5:15 5:15 6:30
September 1 * Victoria St. Joseph St. Joseph 4:30 5:30 6:30
September 6 * Incarnate Word IWHS 5:00 6:15 7:30
September 11 * St. Anthony HC 10:00 11:00 12:00
September 15 * Providence HC 5:00 6:15 7:30
September 18 * St. Augustine Laredo TBA TBA TBA
September 22 * St. Michael’s HC 5:00 6:15 7:30
September 25 * St. Joseph HC 10:00 11:00 12:00
September 29 * Antonian Antonian 5:00 5:00 6:00
October 2 * Incarnate Word HC 10:00 11:00 12:00
October 5 * Antonian HC 5:00 6:15 7:30
October 6 * St. Anthony St. Anthony TBA TBA TBA
October 8 * Providence Providence 5:00 6:15 7:30
October 13 * St. Augustine HC 5:00 6:15 7:30
October 16 * St. Michael’s St. Michael’s 10:00 11:00 12:00
The varsity football team beat Lytle, 49-0, to improve to 3-1 on the the season.
Tyler Cardenas opened up the scoring with a 9 yard run just 1:03 into the first quarter. Sam Romero scored on a 61 yard run. Tyler scored again on a short run and James Stark caught a 24 yard pass to cap a 26 point opening quarter for the Knights.
Sam Kicked a 36 yard field goal, Tyler scored on a 55 yard run, and JD Hernandez scored the last two touchdowns on runs of 36 and 1.
The defense limited Lytle to 55 yards rushing and 55 yards passing.
Next game is a district opener against Brownsville St. Joseph in Brownsville on Saturday, September 25 at 3:00pm.
The middle school football team beat St. Anthony, 6-2, on Saturday. Ernest Castillo scored the games only touchdown, catching a 34 yard pass from David Sanchez. The team currently sports a 2-1 record. Their next game is Homecoming on Friday, September 24 @4:30pm against St. Paul’s.
The varsity football team scored three times in the first quarter to put the Southside Cardinals on their heels early. Scoring for the Knights were Tyler Cardenas, James Stark, DJ Kirkendoll, Pete Rivera, and John Libby.
JD Hernandez attempted only 9 passes but he completed 7 of them for 214 Yards and 4 TD’s.
James Stark’s 3 catches went for 136 yards and 2 TD’s.
Pete Rivera returned a fumble 23 yards for a touchdown.
The defense swarmed to the ball all night long led by David Leal, Matt Balderas, Nick Neff, Manuel Hurtado, and Frank Orta.
Next game is Friday, September 17 @ Lytle. Game time is 7:30pm
Holy Cross Community Services held its first pre-construction site meeting on Sept. 10 for the creation of a practice football field, a soccer field and girls softball field as part of the Holy Cross Community Enrichment and Recreational Program. The fields will be located on the corner of Rivas Street and General McMullen on the 9 acres of undeveloped property owned by the Brothers of Holy Cross.
The Holy Cross Community Enrichment and Recreational Program’s goals are:
- To encourage and increase youth participation in football, cheerleading and dance;
- To ensure a safe and positive playing environment for all participants; and,
- To instill life-long values of teamwork, dedication and superior work ethic in the classroom and on the playing field.
The Program will provide health and wellness activities and sports for the local Westside families including the Holy Cross Pop Warner League and the Holy Cross of San Antonio’s students. The fields are expected to be completed by Spring 2011. To learn how to make a donation in order to support this program, contact Elizabeth Eguia-Garcia, Director of Advancement and Development, 210.433.4509.
Holy Cross Community Services is a 501 (c)(3) charitable umbrella organization which sponsors various projects and programs including Holy Cross Family Medical Center and Holy Cross of San Antonio located in the heart of San Antonio’s Westside, a highly underdeveloped and underserved region of the city. The mission of Holy Cross Community Services shall be to carry on religious, charitable, literary, health, health-related, and education works consistent with the spirit and teachings of Christianity and the Catholic faith, including (without limitation) the operation of a Catholic school sponsored by the Brothers of Holy Cross, Southwest Province of the Congregation of Holy Cross.
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