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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
Five basketball players from Katy ISD were honored on all greater Houston all-star teams as chosen by the Houston Area Basketball Coaches Association. A pair each made the first and second teams in … more
For the final act of what has been a storied high school career, Morton Ranch senior guard L.J. Cryer was named to the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches’ Class 6A all-state team this week. more
Thirty-two minutes of game time left a temporary stink on what had been accomplished and built in four years at Morton Ranch. more
In the end, Morton Ranch met its nemesis—a team that had just as much firepower, just as much athleticism and just as much shooting as it did. more
It’s a late morning practice, the playoffs are a few days away, and Morton Ranch senior Westley Sellers is doing one of the many things he does well on the basketball court. more
Eddie Lampkin struggled watching his team from the sidelines as he missed half of the regular season with a right knee injury. Feeling frustrated and helpless, the Morton Ranch senior center and TCU signee sought solace anywhere and everywhere through 16 games of absence. more
The tweet popped up on more than 8,700 timelines at 3:25 p.m. on Feb. 19. Authored by Houston Rockets legend and three-time NBA champion Mario Elie, it stated what has become more and more obvious during the 2019-20 high school basketball season. more
Katy ISD crowned three state champions at the UIL Class 6A wrestling tournament on Feb. 22 at the Berry Center in Cypress. more
Morton Ranch guard L.J. Cryer is ranked No. 60 in the country in ESPN’s latest national rankings for the Top 100 recruits in the Class of 2020. more
It wasn’t pretty. A rare substandard showing by Morton Ranch against Taylor in a District 19-6A showdown on Tuesday, Jan. 21, produced disappointed looks and frustrated play. more
Morton Ranch senior center and TCU signee Eddie Lampkin is sidelined the next six weeks or so. Having not played since Dec. 10 in a win against Eisenhower, Lampkin, averaging 10.5 points and 10.4 rebounds this season, is dealing with a knee issue. more
The 2019 high school football season was a memorable one for Katy ISD. more
Morton Ranch fell a game short of the playoffs this season, but it wasn’t because of its defense. The Mavericks had one of the better defensive units in District 19-6A, allowing 22.2 points on 281.7 yards per game. more
Heading into their non-district matchup against Fort Bend Travis on Monday, Dec. 9, only two people knew it would be the long-awaited return to game action for Morton Ranch senior center Madyson Bailey — her and head coach Kisha Jones. more
While anyone can look at the box score and see the gaudy 42-point night that Morton Ranch senior guard L.J. Cryer had, that would obscure the real reason the Mavericks prevailed in the 75-65 championship game against Klein Forest in the gold bracket of the Katy ISD Classic tournament at the Merrell Center on Saturday, Dec. 7. 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
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 bad news is Class 6A’s No. 2 state-ranked Morton Ranch lost its season opener, 102-100, to Class 4A’s No. 2 state-ranked Yates on Saturday, Nov. 16, as a headlining game of RCS Sports’ prestigious 16-team Season Opener showcase at the Campbell Center. more
Morton Ranch center Eddie Lampkin was on the verge of tears, furiously frustrated. The hallway leading up to the Mavericks’ locker room at the Merrell Center was solemn and desolate, other than a random coach here and there running around, looking to track down players who wished to be on their own. Inside the locker room after the game, coach Khris Turner said it was as quiet as he’s ever heard a locker room; a group of players and coaches struggling to come to grips with what just took place. more
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