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The Texas High School Coaches Association recognized senior scholar-athletes on its academic all-state teams. more
“We have a target on our back because of how we’ve played so far and that’s a good thing,” Davis said. “We’re a state ranked team and everyone knows Seven Lakes is a team to beat. They’re all coming after us and it just makes us have to prepare even better.” more
Three players and the Paetow coaching staff were selected as superlatives on the District 10-5A, Division I team. more
Fourteen Katy ISD student athletes signed national letters of intents to play at collegiate programs during the December Signing Day period before heading off to Christmas Break. more
“Day to day we know we can’t take anyone light, we have to come out here and treat every opponent like they’re the best we’ll face all season. It doesn’t matter what our record is and it doesn’t matter what their record is,” Van Hoozer said. more
Katy’s Maddie Waak was named the player of the year by the Greater Houston Volleyball Coaches Association this past week. more
“I couldn’t ask for a better four or five years than we’ve had,” Webb said. “I couldn’t ask for a better position to be in in my life right now. We all came up together and we bought in to the program and listened to coach Gotte. I give the coaches a lot of credit, they pushed us during offseason and make us better. more
“These seniors who started with us in eighth grade, I’m just so happy for them,” said Paetow head coach BJ Gotte. “The school was brand new when they joined us, but they worked as hard as they could and bought into what we did. To see them finish their careers as champions is really cool.” more
“It’s a dream come true,” Brown said. “I remember as a little kid watching Rodney Anderson here at my same position, and if you had told me a couple years ago I would be here I’d never believe you, really. It’s truly a blessing.” more
“That’s what we do, we’re playmakers,” Webb said. “We have playmakers all around the defense, there’s no weak spots on the defense or the offense. Everyone is so talented and we have fun and we just have so much fun playing the game.” more
“It gives us confidence, hearing and seeing how good they are,” said junior linebacker Daymion Sanford. “It gives us energy and confidence to go out there and perform on the field and prove how good we are too.” more
“It’s a really great feeling to get this far, especially with how things went last year,” Wilson said. “We’ve been waiting for this and preparing for this ever since then. All offseason we’ve worked to get to this point, now we just got one more to go.” more
“There is nothing in the world that I would trade my time as a Katy Tiger for,” Kana said. “Lots of teammates have come and gone and its been a great four years. Lots of memories, great memories and I wouldn’t trade it for the world.” more
The Katy running back ended the season with 2,454 rushing yards and 28 rushing touchdowns during a monstrous junior year where he helped lead the Tigers to the Class 6A-Division II state semifinals. more
“It’s all about teaching kids to grow up and teaching them to have that fight and have courage in themselves,” Joseph said. “I’m proud of them and what they did this year, I’m going to go in there and congratulate them, hug them and thank them.” more
“The proof is in the pudding,” Webb said. “We’re in our fifth year and we’re already in a state championship game. A lot of programs have been around way longer and haven’t gotten this far, it’s just a blessing to be a part of this.” more
“These teams we’ve been facing they’ve been really good,” said senior defensive end Malick Sylla. “But we have to be ready to go against teams like these. There’s always going to be more athletic kids, but you cannot let them work you. You can’t let them get the best of you.” more
“Being so close with a lot of the seniors from last year. People like Damon (Bankston), Jamin (Goodwin) and Agumba (Otuonye) just to name a few,” said senior quarterback CJ Dumas. “it’s great to go out there and prove to everyone what we could have done last year. We’re doing it for those guys too.” more
Every Katy ISD school will be in 6A next year based off the current numbers. District realignment is set for Feb. 3 and it is expected that Paetow and Jordan will join District 19-6A and there will continue to be an all Katy ISD district. more
“We knew we were going to get their best game,” said senior defensive end Malik Sylla. “We took a punch in the mouth and had to fight adversity but we got the win. We have to go back to practice and get to work though. What we did today, it was a good win, but we have some stuff to make up.” more
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