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Katy ISD went 5-3 in Week 1 of the high school football season, with Katy, Mayde Creek, Morton Ranch, Tompkins and Paetow claiming victory. more
The names had been announced. That’s what Malik Essilfie thought, anyway. more
When Jennifer Vaden started as head coach of the Mayde Creek volleyball program in 2017, it was a season of growing pains. The squad struggled to win five games and finished last in district play. more
On a national stage, against the then-ranked No. 2 team in the country, in his Katy Tigers debut, Ron Hoff made sure people would remember his name. more
R.J. Smith’s initial hint that greatness may be in his genes came early during his elementary school years, when he picked up a library book on Major League Baseball’s Tampa Bay Rays and saw his father, Bob Smith, in it. more
As a sophomore last season, Casey Shorter was part of a three-headed monster at running back with fellow sophomores Brandon Campbell and Julius Loughridge. more
Seven Lakes coach Jimmy Hamon likes to say Tiago Sumbo’s story is the prototypical ‘American Dream.’ more
Growing up, Alex and Demetrius Elko looked forward to playing football every day. more
Brandon Brown has his dad to thank. more
Daniel Huery is good at math. Very good. Calculus, for instance, is a welcomed class on the schedule next year. The Mayde Creek senior is also gifted in science and physics. more
For just the second time in the last six seasons, the Katy High defense surrendered double-figures in points per game allowed. more
Forget steak and potatoes. Carlos Abascal is a steak and pasta type of guy. more
Katy coach Gary Joseph expected North Shore to hit. The Mustangs are too talented not too, Joseph said. He knew there would be moments when North Shore would assert its will. more
Former Taylor High standout and Texas A&M 12th man Cullen Gillaspia made the Houston Texans’ final 53-man roster. more
On an opening Aug. 30 night when both teams struggled offensively for long stretches, Morton Ranch wide receiver Josh Gaton had multiple catches against Cypress Lakes to illustrate why his coach calls him one of the most underrated talents in the district, including a dynamic, single-handed 63-yard snag for the go-ahead score with 44 seconds left. more
One week into the season, Taylor has no choice but to adopt a big-picture mentality. more
The Seven Lakes boys’ cross country team showed why it is ranked in the Top 10 teams in Class 6A in the state, as Spartans runners took first, second, third and fifth, respectively, at the Spartan Showcase on Aug. 31. more
Seven Lakes dropped its season-opener on Aug. 31, falling 17-13 to Memorial at Rhodes Stadium. more
When it came to Cinco Ranch’s first half struggles against the Cypress Ranch Mustangs in each team’s season-opener on Aug. 31 at Legacy Stadium, three numbers were enough to tell the story—one, five and 12. more
One of Taylor High’s leaders along the defensive line this season started playing defensive end a year ago. Of the Mustangs’ 25 sacks last year, Taylor’s top two defensive linemen that compiled 15 of them are graduated. Of 79 hurries, 47 are gone, another byproduct of the graduation of those two linemen. more
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