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“Last week wasn’t us, we couldn’t be ok with what happened” said Katy senior tight end and captain Luke Carter. “We came into this week knowing that we had to make a statement across this district. We came out and we executed how we knew we should this week and it got us the victory.” more
Week 3 Katy ISD Previews: Katy, Tompkins face off in huge district matchup more
“Defensively we were able to slow down their pass game and that’s a good thing, but we still have to be better,” said senior defensive back Elijah Fuller. “We have to be better at flying around and staying locked in as well. The whole week we have to be locked in and ready." more
“They’ve grown up and the important thing is we can’t get down on ourselves about the loss,” Joseph said. “It should sting and hurt, but it’s not something you can’t overcome. That’s what the message was in there. They competed and you can’t fault their effort." more
“This really prepared us and now it’s up to us to take these losses, learn from them and get better,” Reyes said. “That’s the goal, we can’t dwell on the losses or be down on ourselves, we have to be ready and continue to get better.” more
Week 2 Katy ISD previews: Last tune-ups before district begins more
“My part is to come out and just do the job to the best of my ability and that’s the same for everybody,” Nelson said. “We’re going to work together and find a way to come out on top of every game. We just have to keep grinding, getting better and doing our jobs. more
“It’s just grit,” Adamoli said. “We’ve been working all summer for this and this game just cemented everything for us. This was our first time going through the fire as a team. We just came together and we’re going to keep doing that.” more
“I just had so much confidence from my guys,” Patel said. “From the first play when we dialed that shot I knew that we were going to have a good game I was a bit nervous but everyone picked me up and helped me. We got the job done and I couldn’t be happier.” more
“It’s huge for us to have so many guys back,” Jensen said. “These guys are out there making calls and reading the game really well. That’s really important once you get to these games because it can be loud enough to where the players have to do that." more
“It’s lit a fire under these guys. These guys are hungry and not satisfied with anything. They feel like we were a lot better team than we showed last year and they want to prove to the whole district that we can bounce back." more
“These guys have had the best offseason I’ve ever been a part of. They followed that up with a great summer and it’s really just been an excellent group. The kids have been hard at work and we think these guys have what it takes to compete at a high level." more
“These kids had no choice but to grow up, because every week is a dogfight, there are no pushovers. You have to bring it every week in this district, the kids have to do it and the coaches. District 19-6A is a different animal but we have a team that can compete.” more
“These guys are hungry,” said Jordan head coach Mike Rabe. “We got so close last year so it’s definitely been motivating for us. That’s the goal for us is to find a way to get over the hump and get into the playoffs.” more
“That was huge for this program. We had come in fifth place three of the last five years so to get over that hurdle was big for us. We’re hoping that experience from last year and these guys seeing how to do things the right way will help us this year." more
“In our culture, it’s about everyone but you,” McVey said. “Everyone has done a great job of pushing each other and holding everyone accountable and that’s the thing that has to continue." more
"I’m really proud of our coaches and players for taking the program from where it was four years ago to where it is now. It’s awesome and our kids are proud of it. They aren’t scared of the expectations of that, they embrace it and it’s a really exciting time to be a Cinco Ranch Cougar.” more
“The biggest thing I try and remind them of is that you just need to be the best version of yourself. No one is going to be Seth Davis out there and that’s not what we are asking of them. If they can be the best of who they are then we can succeed with that." more
“We started the program two years ago and it was all about building that culture and doing things the right way,” said Royal head coach Theadis Reagins. “Last year we really started to turn a corner and you could see kids understanding how to do things the right way." more
Under new Head Coach Manny Martinez, the Faith West football team has been diligently preparing for the upcoming season. Martinez is confident in the team's potential and is excited to see their progress on the field. more
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