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Seven Lakes earned a key victory over Tompkins with a walk-off 4-3 victory that brought the Spartans within half a game of the two seed in District 19-6A. more
Tompkins rode hot pitching and an early offensive explosion to easily beat Seven lakes 12-3. more
Seven Lakes Justice Carlton and Paetow’s Trevor Frank were named to the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches All-State team. more
"Those guys can do remarkable things, we’ve done that this season but it’s not the end of it. I just want those guys to know that even though I won’t be on the team next year, I will always be their teammate and brother. I’ll always be a Seven Lakes Spartan.” more
“I’m just proud of these guys, said sophomore goalkeeper Elijah Betancourt. “We stuck together and never gave up. We just did everything we could and even if we lost, we’re a family and we’re there for each other.” more
“It was rough, going through that and losing to probably our biggest rival,” said Seven Lakes senior Ty Koc. “But we all came together in that room and we decided we wanted to win state. That was the goal from the beginning." more
Jace LaViolette was the story of the night, as the senior A&M signee hit for the cycle, going 4-4 at the plate with 6 RBIs and four runs scored. more
The Tompkins boys and Seven Lakes girls took home the crown of District 19-6A champions the past two weeks. more
The Falcons faced a stiff test from Taylor, and were held scoreless for five innings, but a 13 run inning from the Falcons helped them bounce back with a huge 13-1 victory after falling to Katy earlier in the week. more
Fresh off a no-hitter against Taylor, the Junior came out with another one, no-hitting Morton Ranch in a 10-0 Seven Lakes win. more
The Warriors were taken to the brink, having to battle all the way to penalties, but despite having no seniors on the team, they had nerves of steel and topped Northeast Early College 4-2 in penalties after the game ended tied at one. more
Over 353,936 students are involved in aquatics at the high school level with only 2% of those students making it to the All-American level in swimming diving, water polo or academic excellence  where a minium of a 3.75 GPA is required. more
“It was such a relief,” Rivas said. “My legs were gone, it was just absolute relief. But it’s an incredible feeling, especially going to new places we have never been before, and I’m just super excited for this group to be able to experience state.” more
Despite falling behind to Richmond Foster, the Warriors scored three straight goals to advance to the Class 5A Regional Finals, putting the team on a cusp of a state tournament in its first varsity season. more
“We’re playing a great team,” Galloway said. “We just have to prepare, get ready and rested. We have to get our bodies rested and make sure we are completely ready for tomorrow.” more
“It’s the most significant thing that’s happened during the back end of this season for us,” Krueger said. “He’s a kid that has played in the middle for us this entire season and has very little experience on the back line. But he just just went in and has been such a natural fit." more
Taylor came into the seventh inning trailing against Seven Lakes, but used a three run inning to beat the Spartans 6-4. more
Katy run ruled Tompkins to move out of a tie for first place and sit alone atop the District 19-6A standings. It was the offense that led the way for the Tigers, who had five players with multiple RBIs in the contest. more
“I think our team may be a little underrated,” Melchor said. “We play really well together. We may not have the biggest guys who are committed to the big schools, but as a team, we play really good together.” more
Jordan came away with a 3-1 win over Pflugerville Weiss on Friday to stamp their spot in the regional tourney and keeping their season going. more
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