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Armijo helped the Warriors in their terrific season by tallying 15 goals and nine assists, helping the Warriors to a second place finish in district. more
Seven Lakes Justice Carlton and Paetow’s Trevor Frank were named to the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches All-State team. more
Jace LaViolette was the story of the night, as the senior A&M signee hit for the cycle, going 4-4 at the plate with 6 RBIs and four runs scored. more
Teagle, a Missouri City native who graduated from Fort Bend Elkins, comes to the Panthers after with 16 years of coaching experience, including two as the offensive coordinator at Ryan. more
A game after walking off on a walk against Brenham, the Panthers were at it again, coming from behind to beat College Station in a 7-6 walk-off victory. more
The Tigers’ sophomore dominated Mayde Creek in a 15-1 Katy win, striking out 13 and allowing just one hit and zero runs over six innings. She also walked just two batters and went 4-5 at the plate, driving in five while hitting a home run and a double. more
The Panthers received a number of superlatives for the team, as Trevor Frank was named MVP of the district after helping lead the Panthers to a  regional tournament appearance for the second straight season. more
Cameryn Harrison pitched a complete game shutout in the victory, leading the Tigers past the Falcons by striking out 16 batters over seven innings, while allowing just six hits and walking none. more
“I came in three years ago and those guys who are seniors now embraced me and embraced what I was trying to do,” Niemi said. “They embraced everything about what we are and the identity that we have." more
Abke, a Sam Houston commit, stuck out 11 while walking none, allowing just two hits over seven innings against a strong Tigers lineup. more
“We work on defense every day, and Coach Niemi preaches defense every single day,” Ingram said. “He says all the time, if we’re not playing defense then we can’t be in the game. It’s something in our program and so we go 100% all the time.” 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
“It’s the best feeling,” Wilson said. “We’ve been dreaming about this since forever, me and my family. So just to actually finally do it, to make it official, it felt great.” more
“The work was every day,” Brown said. “Not only physically but mentally, it’s wear and tear on your body. Day in and day out I just had to stay focused and determined. It paid off.” more
“It’s been great this whole year, really a wild ride,” Webb said. “I’m just so grateful for my teammates and friends and family. It’s been a great year and a great season. I’m just ready to elevate it to the next level.” more
"To get to go compete in your own backyard against those teams you know, that gives you a bit of extra excitement. We tried to schedule Katy ISD teams over the past couple years to at least give them a taste so when we got into it, we would be as prepared as we could be.” more
The Jordan girls scored 174.5 points to take home gold, their closest competitor was Magnolia, which had 99 points. The Jordan boys had 134 points with the next closest again being Magnolia, who came away with 118 points. 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
“It really hasn’t sunk in,” Dumas said. “I walked in here and there was a big crowd up top and everyone was happy and it was crazy, because it’s still just sinking in for me.” more
“It feels amazing, to be able to do what I did tonight for my brothers and my family around me and for everyone that’s sacrificed all year and supported me when I was hurt, it was amazing,” Brown said. “It just feels so good to be able to do this with my teammates.” more
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