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“All of us know we can do something special this year,” LaViolette said. “We have the talent and the team to really do something this year. So we just have to play to our ability and everything will be fine. That’s the goal for this year.” more
“The relationships you have with players and coaches and everyone is what makes this special,” Gotte said. “To have to have those tough conversations this week was the hardest thing I’ve ever done as a coach, but I told the players. ‘You are the defending 5A-Division I sate champions. This is about you guys.’" more
“It’s one game at a time,” Fobb said. “We’re 0-0 now. We’re going to celebrate this one because these are hard to come by, tomorrow we go to work.” more
“When we tipped off in November, I had no idea what this team would become,” Ray said. “We had four back, one starter and eight new ones. You couldn’t have told me, couldn’t have predicted it, I would have never believed it. I’m just so proud of them.” more
"It means everything," Spurlock said. When kids set goals, it’s our job as coaches to make sure they reach their goals. It’s for the representation of every player who has put on the uniform here at Seven Lakes. I’m excited to get back to the regional tournament, and if not us, who?” more
Jordan’s Garrett McChesney claimed the school’s first gold medal in wrestling on Saturday, as he beat Thomas Pacheco of Amarillo Tascosa to win the Class 5A 132-pound gold medal match. more
Kaeli White became the first state champion in Jordan’s school history on Saturday by winning the girls 200-yard freestyle. The Jordan girls finished seventh as a team at the meet, scoring 104 points overall. more
“We’re kind of used to in now,” said senior guard Brooklyn Nash. “We know how to handle it and we know what needs to be done. We just have to go out and execute.” more
There are a slew of interesting matchups and a number of teams in the school district could potentially make a run deep into the playoffs. more
“We’re not satisfied yet,” Van Hoozer said. “We’ve won a district championship, but we are still hungry going into the playoffs. We’re going to stay that way and try to make a run.” more
Both Katy and Cinco Ranch fell in the bi-district rounds to end their seasons. more
“I did not want this to be my last game,” Nash said. “The whole time I kept looking up at the score like ‘I’m not coming out of here with a loss.’" more
“It means everything to get this win,” said senior forward Summer Halphen. “It’s really a proud moment for us, we worked so hard for this and we wanted it so badly. This is really what we were trying to do.” more
Seth Davis and Ty Kana were named to the first team after helping lead the Tigers to a Class 6A-Division II state semifinal appearance and a District 19-6A championship. more
“We learned after that Tompkins loss that we aren’t an undefeated team,” said senior guard Tahaad Davis. “We took that loss personal. We went to practice the next day and got back to it and got back on track.” more
Paetow’s James Bailey and Kentrell Webb were both named to the first team of the Class 5A All-State team released Friday. more
Jordan won both the boys and girls Region V-5A Regional on Tuesday, advancing a number of athletes to the state meet. more
Taylor finished with 247 points to take gold while Tompkins got the silver with 245.50 points and Clements took home bronze. more
“We’ve done that, now we don’t want to just make it to the playoffs,” Fobb said. “Now the goal is to just make it, we’re trying to go advance. We've got the team to do that.” more
“It was really big,” said Seven Lakes senior guard Cailyn Tucker. “We came in and we wanted our revenge, but we knew we couldn’t push too hard. But we wanted to come back and show them that we were better than the first time we played them." more
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