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ARLINGTON — Katy was proficient in all three phases of the game during its 51-14 Class 6A-Division II state championship win over Cedar Hill on Jan. 16 at AT&T Stadium. Whether it was offense, defense or special teams, the Tigers were on top of their game. more
ARLINGTON — Through the COVID-19 issues that affected everything from how they held team meetings to how much they tackled during practices, through two significant season-ending injuries, and through game postponements and cancellations, the Katy Tigers pushed and pushed and pushed. more
ARLINGTON — It’s been five years since Katy and Cedar Hill met in the state championship game. The Tigers and Longhorns clashed for the crown for three consecutive seasons from 2012-2014. Katy won in 2012 (35-24), and Cedar Hill won in 2013 (34-24) and 2014 (23-20). more
There was a time when Katy High senior linebacker Shepherd Bowling thought his football career was over. A couple of times, actually. more
WACO—Buda Hays’ Slot-T offense was thought to be a test for Katy High’s defense. As a whole, the Tigers were thought to be threatened, finally, for the first time this postseason when they lined up against the Rebels. more
Paetow’s football season did not end how it desired, with its area round playoff game canceled because of COVID-19 cases within the Panthers program, but its success this season was rewarded when the District 10-5A, Division I selections were recently released. more
As individuals, they could not be more different. more
It’s not often Katy High’s tradition-rich football program experiences a first of any sort these days. But Saturday provided a rare occasion, as the Tigers played on head coach Gary Joseph’s birthday, Jan. 2, for the first time. more
Katy High sophomore quarterback Caleb Koger played his best game of the season in his team’s biggest game of the season, yet another chapter in the youngster’s rapid evolution as a leader for a team beaming with state-championship identity. more
As much as Tompkins was optimistic and confident about its chances heading into its Class 6A-Division I regional semifinal on Thursday afternoon, No. 1 state-ranked North Shore, the defending back-to-back Class 6A-DI state champion, was simply too much. more
No. 9 state-ranked Katy had to wait a week longer than most other teams to initiate its playoff journey. But once they did, the Tigers, per their ways, put everyone on notice that they will be no easy out. more
Tompkins senior defensive back Colby Huerter had not returned a fumble for a touchdown since his sophomore season. Now he’s got three in his last two playoff games. more
Paetow’s impressive football season came to an abrupt and disappointing end Thursday when the program was forced to shut down because of an abundance of COVID-19 cases, canceling Saturday’s Class 5A-DI area playoff game against New Braunfels Canyon as a result. more
The run game and stingy defense ignited Tompkins’ 42-10 Class 6A Division I bi-district playoff win over Fort Bend Travis on Friday at Legacy Stadium. more
COVID-19 is having a significant impact on a Katy ISD football playoff season that has yet to start. more
Because of COVID-19, Katy High has had a handful of football games rescheduled this season. There have been considerably fewer practices as well, and those practices have been, well, different; during a recent two-week period, the Tigers did not tackle. 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
As a junior last season, Paetow running back Damon Bankston rushed for 1,097 yards and eight touchdowns, with 286 receiving yards and four more touchdowns. Bankston averaged 8.4 yards per carry and 22.6 yards per catch. more
The entire state tuned in to Seven Lakes’ 30-22 win over Cinco Ranch in each team’s District 19-6A finale on Friday evening at Legacy Stadium. more
Tompkins senior defensive back Colby Huerter stood alongside head coach Todd McVey after Friday evening’s 52-0 rout of Seven Lakes at Legacy Stadium that secured the outright District 19-6A title for the Falcons. more
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