Keyword: District 19-6A
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Jace LaViolette capped off his senior season by being named the District 19-6A MVP after a terrific season where he helped Tompkins to a district title. more
The sophomore ace helped lead Katy to a district title and a regional semifinal appearance, as a young Tigers squad became one of the best teams in Class 6A Region III. more
Ty Dagley started on the mound and earned the win for Tompkins, going two innings and allowing one run on four hits while striking out three. 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
The Katy running back ended the season with 2,454 rushing yards and 28 rushing touchdowns during a monstrous junior year where he helped lead the Tigers to the Class 6A-Division II state semifinals. more
“This was a really important win for us,” said Morton Ranch junior running back Santana Scott. “On the varsity level it’s been a minute since we’ve been able to beat Taylor, this is a huge step for us.” more
“One thing we say around here, is ‘be the legacy,’” Shaink said. “Last year’s seniors have set the bar high and we need to keep getting better at those things. They’ve set that ‘crimson line’ as we like to call it. Now we need to keep raising that bar and be elite.” more
Trailing by two runs into the seventh inning, Taylor’s baseball players stayed true to what coach Nick Jones told them after the first inning when Seven Lakes plated those two early runs. more
Champions want to win, Seven Lakes softball coach Katie Spencer often stresses to her players. A perfect example is sophomore ace/slugger Amy Abke. more
Before he hangs up his Taylor track and field apparel for good, Bryce Foster has great expectations for how he wants to finish out his awe-inspiring high school career in the throwing ring. more
Katy High is dominating District 19-6A softball and looking like a force to be reckoned with in Class 6A Region III. None of that is anything new. more
The situation was intense, and Tompkins senior outfielder Taylor Gage understood that. It was a pressure moment, but she welcomed it. more
Seven Lakes masterfully exerted its physicality and will in securing the District 19-6A boys soccer championship for the second straight year, and third time in five years, and held off a late … more
There’s a lot of everything going right for the Seven Lakes girls soccer team this season. more
Seven Lakes trailed Taylor by a goal at halftime of their District 19-6A boys soccer game Saturday, March 6. The score was a bit of a surprise, as the Spartans needed a win to stay in the district title race and had shutout the Mustangs, 2-0, in their initial meeting. more
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
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