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“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
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
“Words can’t explain how proud I am of these guys,” Fobb said. “They did everything we asked them to do as a coaching staff. From the hard grind, to practicing six days a week, lifting three or four days a week. They did everything we asked them to do all season.” more
“It means everything to get this win,” said junior guard Angel Sonnier. “The whole team has come together from day one and put everything we got into it. It shows on the floor when we play like we did today.” 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
“We’re not satisfied yet,” Van Hoozer said. “We’ve won a district championship, but we are still hungry going into the playoffs. We’re going to stay that way and try to make a run.” more
“We learned after that Tompkins loss that we aren’t an undefeated team,” said senior guard Tahaad Davis. “We took that loss personal. We went to practice the next day and got back to it and got back on track.” more
“We’ve done that, now we don’t want to just make it to the playoffs,” Fobb said. “Now the goal is to just make it, we’re trying to go advance. We've got the team to do that.” more
“It was such a huge night,” Yakubu said. “If we lost this game then I don’t think we could have won district. Now we have another opportunity at it, we just have to show Texas who Tompkins is.” more
“This was such an important game,” Lennon said. ”We knew that these are the guys we’ve been battling in district and we’re only one win above them. We knew coming in this was the biggest game of the season that we’ve had so far.” more
“His activity is the most important thing and the biggest thing for him,” Niemi said. “When he’s running the floor, offensively when he’s getting out in transition, that’s when you can see what he can do and recognize it. It’s all based on his activity.” more
“The way we play each and every day just gives us confidence,” Frank said. “Us together as a team, we just trust one another. We have a goal and that’s to win state. We’re going to push every day and work hard to accomplish that.” more
“We got a lot of size and strength on this team and it disrupts teams a lot because they can’t go into the paint,” Clark said. “We have great post guys who take care of everything in the paint and then we lock up outside the three-point line. more
This might not be goodbye for Fredy Sanguinetti. There is a chance he’ll be seeing everyone again later down the road. more
Not long after the most heartbreaking defeat of his high school career, Tompkins senior goalkeeper Paulo Valente walked up to a bunch of kids looking over to him from the front end of the Legacy Stadium stands and put on his best smile. more
Without senior captain Bryce Robisch, and young players assuming more responsibility as a result, Tompkins’ defensive back line has been inconsistent this season, and at times great cause for concern. more
Tompkins’ boys soccer team kept getting chance after chance after chance. Quality shot after quality shot. And through the first 63 minutes of their Class 6A area playoff game Tuesday, March 30, against Cy-Fair, the Falcons had only one goal to show for it. more
The final score read 5-2 in favor of Seven Lakes in its Class 6A boys soccer bi-district playoff game Friday against George Ranch at Legacy Stadium. The three-goal differential qualifies as a decisive win in soccer, but for Spartans coach Jimmy Krueger, his team’s performance was on the wrong end of a wakeup call. more
Paetow senior Hessler Magana had no doubt, seemingly oblivious to the magnitude of the moment. Pressure, as great as it stood, was apparently irrelevant. more
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