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When D.J. Mourning II and his father, Derick, weren’t running stairs or doing pushups during late evening workouts at their house, they were playing the “Madden NFL” video game. more
Coming into this season, Cinco Ranch girls basketball coach Dwayne Archangel thought he had a “top-2” team in District 19-6A. Archangel felt the Cougars had the depth, playmaking and experience necessary to not only make the playoffs, but potentially compete for a district title. more
Johnathan Baker and his parents, Bryan and Rolanda Lacy, moved to Katy from Atlanta, Georgia, when Baker was in the seventh grade. more
Katy High’s boys and Tompkins’ girls had their way on the wrestling mat this weekend, taking home the team District 9-6A wrestling championships at the Merrell Center. more
When Alief Taylor head football coach/athletic coordinator Brian Randle accepted the same job at Mayde Creek earlier this week, he saw a lot of similarities. more
When Terin Graham has one of her episodes, it looks like she’s asleep. She’s not. She passes out for about three seconds. more
Katy ISD had 48 student-athletes sign on National Signing Day on Wednesday, Feb. 5. more
Growing up, Ryan Little looked up to Allyson Felix and Florence Griffith Joyner, or Flo Jo. She watched Michael Johnson compete in the 400-meter dash and wanted to go to Baylor for a long time because of him. more
Mia Hill remembers the lean days of Tompkins girls basketball. A varsity player since her freshman year, she often looks back on when the Falcons were little more than an afterthought. more
The Katy High boys wrestling team will look to build on its success from the past four years, and during the 2019-20 regular season, as it continues to prepare for its big district meet on Feb. 7. more
Once again, Katy ISD has its own UIL Class 6A district in all sports with its seven largest schools—Katy, Cinco Ranch, Mayde Creek, Morton Ranch, Seven Lakes, Taylor and Tompkins. more
The quality of soccer in Katy ISD is no secret. Whether on the boys or girls side, Katy ISD is arguably the best in the city of Houston when it comes to fútbol. more
CYPRESS — The temporary loss of its head coach to a stomach bug and a relay team to disqualification ultimately didn’t matter to Taylor High’s girls’ swimming squad. The Mustangs overcame both obstacles to become back-to-back Region V-6A champions at Cy-Fair’s Pridgeon Natatorium on Feb. 1. more
Conner Kinslow’s earliest memory of playing football was an awakening of sorts. It’s one that helped ignite his passion for the game. more
On the play which she scored her 1,000th career point, Abby Bala’s skill as a basketball player—like astute decision-making and crafty playmaking ability— was on display. more
The injury bug has been a persistent, unwelcome guest in the Cinco Ranch boys basketball locker room this season, but it seems to have been squashed right as the District 19-6A playoff race is heating up. more
Late last July, Cinco Ranch girls soccer coach Fredy Sanguinetti was in Arizona with his family when he learned Cougar boys soccer coach Mason Whitfield had left to take an assistant coaching job at Lake Travis High. more
For Katy High senior forward Allana Thompson, the Tigers’ 46-34 win against Taylor on Jan. 24 mirrored the evolution of her varsity career—a rugged start eventually giving way to a strong finish, from a player who wouldn’t be denied or deterred. more
Paetow swimming continues to build upon its success, as the third-year program now has its first district gold medal winner and second-place finishes for its boys and girls teams following the District 24-5A meet on Saturday, Jan. 25, at the Friendswood High School natatorium. more
Morton Ranch guard L.J. Cryer is ranked No. 60 in the country in ESPN’s latest national rankings for the Top 100 recruits in the Class of 2020. more
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