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With 14 starters returning from a Taylor Mustang team that went to the state semifinal last year, the expectation for 2020 is at least a repeat of that run according to head coach Chad Simmons, but … more
Since 2015, Katy ISD has produced a state champion in the legendary 2015 Katy Tigers, and state semifinalists in the ’16 Cinco Ranch Cougars, the ’17 Tigers and the ’19 Taylor Mustangs. more
A 10-strikeout, one-run outing would be considered a great night by just about any standard for any pitcher. more
Coming into this season, Cinco Ranch girls basketball coach Dwayne Archangel thought he had a “top-2” team in District 19-6A. Archangel felt the Cougars had the depth, playmaking and experience necessary to not only make the playoffs, but potentially compete for a district title. more
The quality of soccer in Katy ISD is no secret. Whether on the boys or girls side, Katy ISD is arguably the best in the city of Houston when it comes to fútbol. more
CYPRESS — The temporary loss of its head coach to a stomach bug and a relay team to disqualification ultimately didn’t matter to Taylor High’s girls’ swimming squad. The Mustangs overcame both obstacles to become back-to-back Region V-6A champions at Cy-Fair’s Pridgeon Natatorium on Feb. 1. more
On the play which she scored her 1,000th career point, Abby Bala’s skill as a basketball player—like astute decision-making and crafty playmaking ability— was on display. more
The injury bug has been a persistent, unwelcome guest in the Cinco Ranch boys basketball locker room this season, but it seems to have been squashed right as the District 19-6A playoff race is heating up. more
Late last July, Cinco Ranch girls soccer coach Fredy Sanguinetti was in Arizona with his family when he learned Cougar boys soccer coach Mason Whitfield had left to take an assistant coaching job at Lake Travis High. more
After making the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2009 in 2018, Rice volleyball took it up a notch in 2019, totaling its second-most wins in a season with 27, winning its first NCAA tournament game with a sweep of Oklahoma, and ranking in the American Volleyball Coaches Association Top 25 for the first time. more
The 2019 high school football season was a memorable one for Katy ISD. more
Senior Catherine Hursh and junior Abby Bala are the sort of do-it-all wings that can dominate a game with scoring, but in Cinco Ranch’s District 19-6A opener against Mayde Creek on Friday, Dec. 13, their playmaking showed off the depth of this year’s Cougars squad in a 59-14 win. more
The University Interscholastic League, Texas’ governing body for high school athletics, released conference cutoff numbers and preliminary enrollment figures on Tuesday, Dec. 3, for the 2020-2022 realignment that takes place in February. more
Cinco Ranch High seniors Jayden Collymore and Derek Dickenscheidt have known each other since they were in the sixth grade, as rivals at Cinco Ranch and Beck junior highs. more
Behind a ridiculously gifted roster rich in talent, Cinco Ranch dominated District 19-6A volleyball this season, going undefeated through the rigorous 12-match slate. more
The American Athletic Conference announced on Nov. 18 a two-year scheduling model that will be in place for the 2020 and 2021 seasons. more
In all, 52 Katy ISD student-athletes committed to play at the next level for National Signing Day on Wednesday, Nov. 13. more
It was a disappointing season finale for Cinco Ranch, as the Cougars were swept for only the second time this season in their Class 6A regional quarterfinal playoff game against Ridge Point on Tuesday, Nov. 12, at Wheeler Fieldhouse. more
One week. Two spots. Three teams. more
When Chris Dudley was officially hired as head football coach and athletic coordinator at Cinco Ranch High in May, one of his first calls was to Zach Velliquette. more
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