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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
Seven Lakes boys basketball coach Shannon Heston feels like he’s playing with house money these days. more
As if trying to play a season in midst of a pandemic wasn’t enough, Cinco Ranch’s girls basketball team is hoping to sustain the momentum built from last year’s playoff appearance, the first in four seasons for the program. 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
As individuals, they could not be more different. more
Paetow was not too thrilled to share the District 19-5A boys basketball championship with A&M Consolidated last season. more
In football lexicon, a “pancake” is defined as a block by an offensive lineman that leaves a defensive player flat on his back as the running back goes through the established hole. The stat is the pride and joy of any offensive line. 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
Tompkins girls basketball coach Tamatha Ray and her players know that if they are to repeat as District 19-6A champions this season, they’ll have to go through Seven Lakes to get there. more
When he was coaching Katy High’s sophomore baseball team three years ago, Will Handlin saw something special in then-freshman pitcher Caleb Matthews. more
ARCOLA—Down two starters, prized recruits at that, Katy High kept playing. And even through two blocked punts and two fumbles, the Tigers kept playing. more
Growing up in north Louisiana, Angela Spurlock played basketball in her driveway, knocking down long jump shot after long jump shot, dreaming of becoming a coach. 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
The goals are the 2024 Olympics and NFL Draft. That’s always been the M.O. for Bryce Foster, a two-sport star athlete with an impossibly bright future. 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
Recognized for their outstanding seasons, Seven Lakes and Katy High dominated the 2020 all-district 19-6A volleyball selections released earlier this week. more
In July of 2018, a late morning discussion between a reporter and Tompkins head football coach Todd McVey centered around the potential of sophomore quarterback Jalen Milroe. His intriguing background. His promising future. more
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