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Mayde Creek’s Simone Ballard led the way, running to two gold medals in the hurdles, while Tompkins’ Matthew Kumar and Seven Lakes’ Matthew Rueff took home gold in the long jump and shot put respectively. more
Katy ISD will send a number of athletes to the Class 5A and Class 6A state track and field meet after big performances at the Region III meet. more
Seven Lakes Justice Carlton and Paetow’s Trevor Frank were named to the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches All-State team. more
“We’ve put a lot of emphasis on transitioning from our defense to our offense,” Jones said. “It’s a thing we’ve focused on a lot lately and we did a good job of that tonight.” more
In 1954, the City of Houston achieved a milestone. Its population reached one million people. To celebrate, civic boosters chose Barney McCasland, a 36-year-old geologist, as the one millionth Houstonian. He and his family were honored, and civic leaders joked they had to find the next one million residents. It was cause for celebration. more
“It’s one game at a time,” Fobb said. “We’re 0-0 now. We’re going to celebrate this one because these are hard to come by, tomorrow we go to work.” more
There are a slew of interesting matchups and a number of teams in the school district could potentially make a run deep into the playoffs. more
Seven Lakes’ Mike Amico was named the boys wrestler MVP after winning the 170 pound weight class. Seven Lakes’ Kristen Bryant was named the girls wrestler MVP after winning the 110 pound weight class. more
“I feel like this is the absolute best time to start peaking,” Williams said. “It will help at the end of the district season and help us get a chance to win district and do well in the playoffs.” more
Performing arts activities are underway in the Katy Independent School District, as six high schools are staging plays this month. Here’s an overview. more
Katy ISD week 9 previews: Paetow faces most important game of season more
“No matter what the record is and nobody what anyone says we all go out there and play,” said senior safety Hollis Robinson Jr. “We all work until it’s time to go home every single day, that’s what it’s about and we’re going to do it again on Monday.” more
For football fans, the season is a couple of months away. But now, for local players, football just finished an informal, seven-on-seven format. Seven-on-seven football is different from Friday … more
When Memorial Parkway Elementary and Mayde Creek High School students and staff return to their campuses this fall they will each be kicking off their school year with a new principal.  … more
Katy High returned to the top of District 19-6A baseball this season, as the Tigers captured their first district title since 2017 and their first outright district title since 2014. more
After a quirky 2020 high school football season filled with drastic changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2021 season looks to return to normal come August. more
Will Handlin badly wanted the Mayde Creek head baseball coaching job. To say it was destiny might have been a slight exaggeration, but only slight. It was, if nothing else, perfect casting, and the former Rams football and baseball standout was ready to come home. more
J Jensen is going back home. Again. more
When Brooks Haack was hired as offensive coordinator at Mayde Creek last spring, he was intrigued at what he had in 6-foot-2, 192-pound senior receiver L’den Skinner. 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
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