Keyword: District 19-6A
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Two sequences defined the Taylor boys basketball team winning its first district championship since 1995, and just the fourth overall in program history. more
The 2020 high school football season was yet another impressive, if not surprising, one for Katy ISD and District 19-6A. more
Seven Lakes boys basketball coach Shannon Heston feels like he’s playing with house money these days. more
Recognized for their outstanding seasons, Seven Lakes and Katy High dominated the 2020 all-district 19-6A volleyball selections released earlier this week. more
For the first time since 2008, Katy ISD is on the brink of having a new outright district champion. more
Seven Lakes coach Jimmy Hamon was concerned his team would be rusty in its game against Mayde Creek on Friday following a 20-day layoff. more
Katy High senior defensive end Cal Varner said this week’s of practices were the most focused he’d ever seen of the Tigers. more
It had been 75 games, 12 years and spanned three decades between district losses for Katy High. more
If 2020 was a high school football game, it just might have been the Taylor-Mayde Creek District 19-6A affair that took place on an otherwise unassuming Saturday morning at Legacy Stadium. more
Cinco Ranch senior Sophie Atkinson defended her district cross country title and Tompkins’ boys program is officially on a dynastic run after claiming its third district team championship in four seasons. more
Addison Stevenson’s story reads like the plot of a Disney movie: young girl moves from Alaska to Katy and picks up distance running the summer before her junior year of high school, June of 2019. In less than a year’s time, Stevenson not only becomes one of the top runners in the state, but also earns her ticket to college thanks in large part to her newfound sport. 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
After producing one of the best seasons ever in Texas high school basketball history, Morton Ranch senior guard L.J. Cryer was named District 19-6A’s Most Valuable Player for the second straight year. more
After claiming its first district championship, and going undefeated in doing so, Tompkins dominated All-District 19-6A girls basketball honors. more
The 2019 high school football season was a memorable one for Katy ISD. 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
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