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Katy got revenge against the only team that has beat them in district this season, winning 6-0 against Seven Lakes to stay in a tie for first place in district with Tompkins. more
Solomon Rotberg pitched 6.2 innings to earn the win for Tompkins, pitching 6.2 innings and allowing one earned run on five hits while striking out five and walking two, while Cinco Ranch’s Zachary Royse was strong on the bump for the Cougars even though he took the loss. more
“It was just so great, it was one of the best feelings I’ve ever had,” Morrison said. All the time and the effort working on that kick, it all showed in that moment and it feels so good to help my team advance.” more
Burg then helped herself at the plate as well, as the pitcher went 1-4 with three RBIs while Amanda Croteau went 2-4 with five RBIs. more
Hansen threw five innings of two hit ball, allowing just one run while striking out six and walking five. Hanses also went 1-2 at the plate, driving in a run and drawing a walk. more
Teagle, a Missouri City native who graduated from Fort Bend Elkins, comes to the Panthers after with 16 years of coaching experience, including two as the offensive coordinator at Ryan. more
“We knew we had the momentum after the second goal and we knew we had this game and that we could win it when we played our best,” Koc said. “It was amazing and meant a lot to all of us." more
“What I tell these girls all the time is they have to be them,” Shipman said. “Our attack has gotten better all year, we’re able to play strong defense and when you get three goals in a playoff game, I’ll take that every day.” more
The Katy sophomore threw her second no-hitter of district play, while also having a perfect night at the plate to lead Katy to an 11-0 win over Taylor. Harrison struck out nine while walking two over five innings, with no runs or hits allowed as the Tigers run ruled the Mustangs. She also went 3-3 at the plate, hitting a home run and driving in three runs. more
Cinco Ranch bounced back after back to back district losses with a huge 15-1 win over Morton Ranch. The Cougars were led by Zach Royse who had three RBIs on the night while, Ethan Muniz and Carson Andrews both drove in two runs a piece. more
“We’re right where we need to be,” said Katy head coach Tom McPherson. “But you can’t let up in this district, anyone can beat you. We just need to keep going and keep building off of this. It’s a blessing to be in the hunt, even if its still early.” more
“Things didn’t go our way tonight,” said Tompkins head coach Tom Jones. “We kept fighting, never gave up and even though we couldn’t get it to fall in the net they never stopped. That’s one of the things that happens in this game sometimes and we just couldn’t get one tonight.” more
“I’m just so proud of what we did,” Vazquez said. “This has been my favorite season and it’s because of who I’m playing with. Every person on this team, they’re just all my friends and I love them. I’m super proud of them tonight, everyone really pulled through.” more
“We knew coming into this game that it was going to be a completely different team than the first time we faced them,” said Ty Koc, a senior left back. “With it being playoffs, everything’s on the line and so you’re gong to get the best from any team on any given day." more
“We really picked ourselves up and encouraged each other today,” said Katie Fitzpatrick. “There was a lot of positive communication and today was kind of a light switch for us.” more
Behind a strong performance on the mound from Ashley Martinec and two RBIs from Blakely Haynie, the Falcons got their much needed win, 5-3 over the Spartans, keeping pace in the tough District 19-6A field and creating a tie atop the district standings between Seven Lakes and Katy. more
The Rams were led by Jason Hinojosa, who pitched 5.2 innings of one hit ball, allowing just one run while striking out eight and walking five while Isaac Soto and Brandon Lumpkins had two RBIs. more
There are a number of teams that could make a run and push to the later rounds of the playoffs, both on the boys and girls sides. And it will be an exciting few weeks of playoff soccer beginning Thursday. more
“Having that experience is so big,” Lugo said. “I think doing that again and again, having that experience, being there before, it shows that it’s built in our DNA just to go in the playoffs. That’s our programs identity. We don’t really chase the district title, we focus on the process and being ready come playoff time.” more
A game after walking off on a walk against Brenham, the Panthers were at it again, coming from behind to beat College Station in a 7-6 walk-off victory. more
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