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Texas Tech sophomore and Katy high school graduate Kailey Wyckoff brought home a number of honors last week, as the Big 12 announced its preseason team and published it’s top 100-collegiate softball player list. more
“It’s all about finding the win in front of you and getting that one, and that’s what the kids focused on today,” said Katy head coach Michael Elizondo. “I was so proud of how unselfish all of the guys on the court were and how they stepped up." more
“This is a very unselfish group,” said Seven Lakes head coach Doug Watson. They don’t mind who is getting the glory on the offensive end and they’re buying into what we are doing on the defensive end." more
“It was a really good game and a good challenge for us,” said senior wing Ade Onaleye. “We came together and pulled it out. It was going to be a fight and it was a good game for us to learn things from.” more
Katy ISD had four players named to the Blue Bell/Texas Sports Writers Association All-State Team after another great year from the district where teams made it all the way to the highest level in Texas High School Volleyball. more
Katy ISD has announced that all campuses and facilities will be closed on Tuesday due to hazardous weather conditions. Included in this is the cancellation of all before and after school activities. more
“We’ve been playing really well but this was one where we can say ‘hey we’re here too and we aren’t going to let anyone beat us.’ This win puts us in really good position the rest of the way and just builds some great momentum.” more
Another year of Katy ISD soccer is set to kick off this week with the start of the I-10 shootout signaling the start of the season. It’s another strong bracket in the I-10 shootout which will bring some of the strongest teams in the state to Katy. more
“In the locker room after the game the players said the lessons they learned were ‘never give up’ and ‘play to the last second’,” said Tompkins head coach Tamatha Ray. “That’s what these girls did tonight and I'm proud of them." more
““I am excited and honored to begin my journey at Freeman High School. My family and I are excited to work alongside the community to help young people grow into amazing individuals on and off the field. I also want to thank my family at Tompkins High School for seven wonderful years." more
“It was really important to get this win and to stay just a game behind those two schools,” Watson said. “There’s never a night off in this district and with those two coming up next we have to be ready. We’re going to keep working, this was a good one to get but we have to move on to the net one now.” more
Two Katy ISD graduates, Jalen Milroe and David Gbenda, fell just short of getting to the College Football Playoff National Title game last week, with both the University of Alabama and the University of Texas coming yards away from extending their seasons. more
Kassie O’Brien headlined this year’s Greater Houston Volleyball Caoches Association Postseason Awards, being named the setter of the year for the greater Houston area after helping Cinco Ranch to a state final appearance and a District 19-6A title. more
District 19-6A has consistently been one of the best in the state for a prolonged period, and this year has a chance to one of the best we have seen out of the school district. more
After a huge senior season even with missing time with injury, Wyatt Young took home the District 19-6A Most Valuable Player Award, leading Tompkins to its sixth straight playoff appearance and putting up numbers along the way. more
“She’s just become more of a total team player,” said Tompkins head coach Tamatha Ray. “She understands that she’s going to get her opportunities and that she has to be locked in on both ends of the floor." more
Kassie O’Brien and Gabi Martinez took home Co-MVP honors out of the district after helping Cinco to their best ever season. The duo helped lead the Cougars to an undefeated district title, a Region III-6A title and an appearance in the state title game. more
Mayde Creek graduate James Thomas had a major accomplishment recently, as he was named the new head track and field and cross country coach at the University of Oklahoma, a huge accomplishment after years of hard work as an assistant coach. more
“We just played hard and that’s the key for everything,” said junior guard Aniya Foy. “We knew what we were in for today, we haven’t beat Katy in a while so our main focus was not ever letting them break us and finding a way to win." more
“Our press is hard for teams to deal with, we have a bunch of very long players and then two quick guards to back them up so a lot of teams have a hard time handling that pressure. It’s a huge advantage for us, it helps us get out on the break and it’s a fun way to play.” more
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