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Tompkins rebounded from its first district loss to Katy last week with a 49-28 win over Mayde Creek on Thursday at Legacy Stadium.

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Katy’s football program is well known for state championships, dominance in district play and for players like Andy Dalton going to major college programs and, sometimes, the National Football League. 

Separated by seven points midway through the third quarter, Cinco Ranch scored 27 unanswered points to pull out a 44-17 victory over Morton Ranch at Rhodes Stadium on Saturday in District 19-6A action. 

After losing its first varsity game to Stafford to start the season, Paetow never trailed in its next three games.

Katy wrapped up non-district play with its second straight blowout win on Saturday in a 59-7 victory over Clear Springs.

Cinco Ranch wrapped up non-district play on Friday by dropping their fourth game of the season to Cedar Park, 14-13, Friday at Legacy Stadium. 

Morton Ranch cruised to a 62-13 victory over Sam Houston on Friday at Rhodes Stadium to improve to 3-1 on the season heading into District 19-6A play.

The Lady Falcons shrugged off Friday’s 3-2 loss to Cinco Ranch on Tuesday with a 3-0 (25-9, 25-18, 25-17) sweep at Morton Ranch to improve to 2-1 in District 19-6A.

Friday’s game at Mercer Stadium between Paetow and Fort Bend Clements looked like it was over early but instead finished with late theatrics and fireworks.

R.J. Smith rushed for 246 yards for four touchdowns and added a receiving touchdown, as Tompkins cruised to a 70-7 victory over the Alvin Yellowjackets on Friday at AISD Memorial Stadium.

In Thursday’s 30-29 win over Fort Bend Austin, Seven Lakes special teams made two critical plays that sealed the victory.

After losing its first district match on Friday to Tompkins, Seven Lakes came out on a mission against Cinco Ranch on Tuesday winning 3-0 (28-26, 25-18, 26-24).

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When a team gets a 372-yard performance out of a running back, it’s usually in a lopsided win.

If traffic caused you to miss the first quarter of the Seven Lakes and LaPorte game at Rhodes Stadium, you missed the whole game. 

Friday belonged to Tompkins junior running back R.J. Smith. He rushed for 289 yards and 6 touchdowns in 58-13 Falcons win over Klein Cain.

Cinco Ranch came within a two-point conversion of beating Jersey Village on Friday, but ultimately dropped their second game of the season, 50-48, in a shootout at Pridgeon Stadium.

Opportunistic defense coupled with a quick-strike offense enabled Mayde Creek to defeat Fort Bend Austin, 44–31, Friday at Mercer Stadium in Sugar Land.

Mayde Creek finished up its non-district volleyball schedule on Tuesday with a 3-0 win (25-9, 25-18, 25-12) over DeKaney.

Mayde Creek’s season got off to a frustrating start on Saturday in a 37-22 loss to Conroe at Legacy Stadium.

History was made Friday as Katy ISD’s eighth high school, Paetow, played its first varsity football game against Stafford losing, 41-14. 

The Seven Lakes Spartans were a hail mary away from pulling off a stunning comeback against the Memorial Mustangs on Thursday, but ultimately fell short, 17-14, in a thriller at Tully Stadium to kick off the 2018 football season.

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The Paetow volleyball program took a big step forward on Tuesday with a 3-2 (23-25, 26-24, 15-25, 33-31, 15-9) road win over Taylor.

The Cinco Ranch volleyball team (13-2) picked up its sixth consecutive win of the season by defeating the Elkins Knights (10-12-1), 3-0, Tuesday evening at Cinco Ranch High School.

The Panthers growled and attacked each other Friday evening at Rhodes Stadium, but the Paetow Panthers came out on top in a scrimmage against Cy Springs. 

Morton Ranch hosted Alief Elsik on Tuesday, winning 3-0 (25-10, 25-17, 25-20). The Mavericks improved to 10-9 with the victory. Elsik came into the match with a 0-8 overall record.