Going Beyond the Game: Teams Volunteer in the Community

San Antonio Sports
Do you know a high school or middle school athletic team that has volunteered at the Food Bank? Visited older adults in assisted living? Shared their time with special needs students? Our high school and middle school coaches are working hard to help our youth learn key values that will serve them well in life. They teach more than the basic skills of their sport and know that they can be a difference-maker in the life of an athlete under their care. Serving others within their schools, families and community is an integral part of many school athletic teams. Athletic directors and coaches are using it as a platform to develop future leaders, wanting players to understand the value of helping others and working as a team.
San Antonio Sports has teamed up with Methodist Healthcare to recognize middle and high school athletic teams that go Beyond the Game. Beyond the Game is looking for teams that have made a difference in their district or community and exhibit the key values of respect, selfless service, integrity, caring, and sportsmanship. Teams will be recognized by San Antonio Sports and Methodist Healthcare and may be featured on The CW 35’s Thursday Night Lights high school football game broadcasts. Four outstanding teams will also be recognized during the San Antonio Sports All-Star Football Game presented by H-E-B on Jan. 5, 2019 in the Alamodome in front of fans, as well as on television and radio broadcasts.
Help us celebrate the good that so many teams do off the field. It’s easy for any adult to nominate them online. Click here to learn how.