FOOTBALL: This week’s results (complete)

NOTE: teams we cover are in boldface

WEEK 2 SCHEDULE

(Sept. 5-7)

Thursday’s games

Non-district

Antonian (2-0) 20, Sam Houston (0-2) 8

Edison (1-126, Kennedy (0-2) 7

Friday’s games

Non-district

Center Point (2-0) 75, Brooks Academy (0-2) 18 

Burbank (2-0) 34, Memorial (0-2) 29

South San (2-0) 30, Harlandale (1-1)(Olympia Trophy Bowl)

Southwest Legacy (2-0) 32, Jefferson (0-2) 7

Pleasanton (2-0) 49, Lanier (0-2) 33

LEE (1-1) 30, Brackenridge (1-1) 27

La Vernia (2-0) 63, McCollum (0-2) 10

St. Gerard (1-140, Pettus (0-2) 28

Southside (2-0) 45, Highlands (0-2) 7

Eagle Pass (1-1) 42, Southwest (0-2) 14

Saturday’s games

Non-district

Roosevelt (2-0) 50, East Central (1-1) 35

Holy Cross (2-0) 23, Central Catholic (1-1) 17 (Holy Bowl)

BOYS BASKETBALL: Thornton takes hoop dreams to California

Click here to read the full story on the Southside Reporter website:

http://www.mysanantonio.com/default/article/Thornton-to-play-at-San-Jos-State-4532199.php

Sam Houston senior Isaac Thornton has accepted a scholarship offer from San Jose State University, the school’s website reported May 3.

Thornton, a Class 3A all-state player, averaged 17.5 points and 7.3 rebounds while leading the Hurricanes to the Region IV finals. He was selected as the District 28-3A most valuable player as a junior and as a senior at Sam Houston.

“I was trying to keep all my options open,” Thornton said, “but when they came forward with an opportunity and I examined it a little more, I knew that’s where I had to be.”

The 6-foot-3, 180-pound senior was an Express-News all-area selection this year.

“Isaac embodies everything I want in a student-athlete,” first-year SJSU coach David Wojcik said in a statement on the San Jose, Calif. school’s website. “He is a terrific person, student and basketball player. He is a very athletic and skilled guard who is able to score with his jump shot or take it to the basket.

“Isaac will represent the San Jose State basketball program, the university and the community exceptionally well. I am delighted that Isaac will be a part of the San Jose State family.”

Wojcik said he began recruiting Thornton on the recommendation of his friend Tim Littlefield, athletic director at the Gervin Academy.

Littlefield had recommended Warren High grad and Tulsa University standout Ben Uzoh to Wojcik when he was an associate head coach there. Uzoh has had three stints in the NBA since leaving Tulsa in 2010.

“Tim and I reached out to each other,” Wojcik said. “He told me about Isaac and recommended him. I flew to San Antonio and watched Isaac’s workout. Then one thing led to another.”

Thornton is the sixth player to sign with San Jose State for the 2013-14 season. SJSU is a NCAA Division I school which currently competes in the Western Athletic Conference along with the University of Texas-San Antonio. The Spartans will officially join the Mountain West Conference July 1.

BOYS BASKETBALL: Thornton takes hoop dreams to California

Sam Houston senior Isaac Thornton has accepted a scholarship offer from San Jose State University, the school’s website reported Friday. Thornton, a Class 3A all-state player, averaged 17.5 points and 7.3 rebounds while leading the Hurricanes to the Region IV finals. He was selected as the District 28-3A most valuable player as a junior and as a senior at Sam Houston.

He was an Express-News all-area selection this year.

“Isaac embodies everything I want in a student-athlete,” first-year SJSU coach Dave Wojcik said in a statement on the San Jose, Calif. school’s website. “He is a terrific person, student and basketball player. He is a very athletic and skilled guard who is able to score with his jump shot or take it to the basket.

“Isaac will represent the San Jose State basketball program, the university and the community exceptionally well. I am delighted that Isaac will be a part of the San Jose State family.”

Thornton is the third player to sign with San Jose State for the 2013-14 season. SJSU is a NCAA Division I school which currently competes in the Western Athletic Conference along with the University of Texas-San Antonio.