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Katy High’s softball team won its sixth consecutive outright district title with a 9-0 win over Taylor on Saturday, April 10, but it did not come smoothly. Junior catcher Kailey Wyckoff … 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
Former Morton Ranch standout wrestler Tamyra Mensah Stock won the Olympic Trials for the second time on Saturday, April 3, qualifying for the Olympic Games in Tokyo this summer. more
Seven Lakes swept the District 19-6A boys and girls team golf titles at Blackhorse golf courses in Cypress, ensuring the Spartans will be a force at the Region III tournament in Spring later this month. more
Not even a year into his new job as Taylor High’s head athletic trainer, Roderick Williams found himself guiding Mustangs athletics through a pandemic. more
Mayde Creek senior guard Esther Sankoh committed to play for Penn State Greater Allegheny on March 25. PSUGA is a member of the United State Collegiate Athletic Association. more
As if their rivalry required any more juice, Katy and Tompkins met Tuesday, March 30, in a battle of two teams ranked in the top six of Class 6A in the state by the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association. 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
Barbara Olivieri is no longer walking through the doors of the Tompkins girls soccer locker room. The Falcons’ career leader in assists and No. 2 in goals scored was the 2020 SEC Freshman of the Year at Texas A&M. Nor is Skylar Parker, the Falcons’ career leader in goals and points, still donning the crimson and navy blue. more
Taylor’s boys soccer players could not be more different in their backgrounds and homelands, but those differences have also made for a close, tight-knit winning team. more
Former Taylor swimming standout and University of Texas freshman Emma Sticklen finished seventh in the 200-yard butterfly at the 2021 NCAA Championships on March 20 in Greensboro, North Carolina. more
Paddy Fisher remembers it fondly. more
As a freshman on the 2019 Katy High softball state championship team, Katy High junior catcher Kailey Wyckoff watched and learned. more
Taylor senior quarterback J Jensen III verbally committed March 14 to play at Simpson College in Indianola, Iowa more
Katy High’s baseball team is hungry—desperate, even—to make up for lost time. more
No. 1-seed Stephen F. Austin got a scare from No. 3 Sam Houston State in their Southland Conference Tournament women’s basketball championship game Sunday afternoon, but the Ladyjacks dominated defensively late to pull away for a 56-45 win in a classic “Battle of the Piney Woods” at the Merrell Center and earn the conference’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. more
Seven Lakes masterfully exerted its physicality and will in securing the District 19-6A boys soccer championship for the second straight year, and third time in five years, and held off a late … more
Former Seven Lakes track and field standouts Cooper Campbell (Oklahoma) and Lance Broome (Texas A&M) qualified for the 2021 NCAA Indoor Championships in Arkansas March 12-13 more
J Jensen is going back home. Again. more
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