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 “The buy-in has been tremendous,” Rabe said. “We’ve had a really good summer and our spring practices were solid, along with our spring game. We got to see a lot of things that we needed to. Now we’re just excited to get started and play somebody new.” more
“I think this year is going to be a great improvement,” Reagins said. “The kids understand what to expect. We’re excited as a staff, excited as a team. We can’t wait to get started.” more
“We’re going to be competitive,” Richardson said. “We’ve got a great group of kids. They’ve got good character. We’ll see how they pan out as football players.” more
“It goes to show how high scoring the game is,” Robinson said, adding that a 120-lb. athlete, while considered small for 11-man football, is perfect for the six-man game. A roster for a six-man football team might have less than 15 athletes on it. more
You only have to look at last season to see how far the district has come with its success. In 2021, Katy ISD produced a state champion in Paetow and a state semifinalst in Katy, it didn’t stop there though, as both Tompkins and Cinco Ranch come off regional semifinal appearances. more
In a rematch of last year’s season opener for both teams, Seven Lakes and Memorial will meet at Tully Stadium to open the season. more
“It was an awesome way to start off district,” said Tompkins head coach Allison Merrell. “We knew that we had to come out strong tonight, and we were able to do that in spurts. We have to do a little bit more, but it’s early still." more
In the first week of the non-district season, Katy ISD sent a team to the gold, silver, bronze and fourth bracket of the Katy ISD/Cy-Fair Tournament and a number of Katy schools have gotten off to hot starts this season. more
“It was big for them to get out there and get that experience tonight,” said Katy head coach Gary Joseph. “We want to build that depth and that’s how you do it. That’s just growing up and growing as a team and they had that experience tonight, it will help them get better." more
A number of Katy ISD players were named to the Touchdown Club of Houston’s preseason UIL honor team for the 2022 season. The team features 38 football players from the Houston area, 20 on offense and 18 on defense. more
There were two head coaches of the year both on the girls and boys side, with Taylor’s Tonya McKelvey-White and Mayde Creek’s Mareon Lewis sharing the honors as girls head coaches. more
Cinco Ranch and Seven Lakes finished off strong Katy ISD tournaments on Saturday by competing in the silver and bronze brackets of the Katy ISD/Cy-Fair Tournament. more
“It was huge,” for us, Merrell said. “we faced some adversity against A&M Consolidated as well and I told them, you have to welcome this because this is how we learn and how we get better. Both yesterday and today we can put those moments in our back pocket and it will come in handy in the long run." more
“I felt like, I really like this spot and I can get this over with and look forward to college while being able to focus on my team,” Rutherford said. “Now I don’t have to worry about anything. I just can go out there, perform the best I can and help my team win. This team is my brothers and I want to be here with them fully." more
Overall there will be 48 teams competing in the tournament, with more than 30 of them making the playoffs last season. The tournament will take place from Thursday through Saturday at Katy ISD and Cy-Fair ISD schools. more
“We’ve all been putting in work and now we finally are to where we have to be even better now,” Davis said. “We have to make sure we focus on the day in front of us and not look ahead, work as hard as we can and listen to the coaches. If we do that, we are going to really get better.” more
Seven Katy ISD baseball players were named to the 2022 Blue Bell/Texas Sports Writers Association All-State team, with Tompkins and Cinco Ranch leading the way with three selections each. more
Katy debuted in the top 10 of the preseason state volleyball poll released last Tuesday by the Texas Girls Coaches Association. more
“One of our core values is finishing.” Ogunrin said. “When you finish it gets you to another one of our core values, pay day. So if you’re not going to be disciplined and tough, then you’re not going to finish what you started. You have to finish to get that pay day." more
“We’ve been working towards this,” said junior cornerback Taytum Johnson. “Everbody has been showing up and learning how to build that chemistry, communicate and play together." more
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