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MISSOURI CITY – Katy’s girls basketball team had a size advantage against No. 11 state-ranked Dulles in their Class 6A bi-district playoff game Thursday, but Dulles’ defense and shooting were too much for the Tigers to overcome. more
MISSOURI CITY – It’s never a good time to have a bad shooting night, especially in the playoffs. more
For 30 minutes of Thursday’s Class 6A girls basketball bi-district playoff game against Ridge Point, Seven Lakes seemingly had things under control. Victory seemed likely. more
For about four minutes, Tompkins’ Class 6A bi-district girls basketball playoff game was competitive. Fort Bend Travis, the No. 4 seed out of District 20-6A, quickly established momentum and energy against the District 19-6A champions, and the game was tied at six halfway into the first quarter. more
The girls basketball state playoffs begin this week. more
Taylor’s girls swim team was not nervous or anxious heading into the Region V-6A swim meet in Cypress on Friday, Feb. 5. more
All season long, No. 1 on the list of goals for the Paetow boys basketball team was to win the District 19-5A title outright. Last year, the Panthers shared the championship with A&M Consolidated. more
Two sequences defined the Taylor boys basketball team winning its first district championship since 1995, and just the fourth overall in program history. more
The 2015 Katy Tigers were voted upon as one of the 10 greatest teams in the 100-year history of UIL football. more
Sixty-three Katy ISD student-athletes signed to continue their athletic careers at the next level on Signing Day, Feb. 3. more
Following the graduation of senior Emma Sticklen, Taylor swim coach Matt Apple gave his girls team something to think about going into this season. more
The recruiting process for high school football student-athletes in the Class of 2021 was a difficult one because of a plethora of limitations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. There was no spring football. Camps were canceled. Official visits were not permitted. more
Morton Ranch standout senior wrestler Brittany Cotter signed Jan. 11 to continue her athletic career at William Penn University in Iowa. more
Katy High junior guard Dayvaughn Froe broke the program record for points in a game when he scored 41 in the Tigers’ 84-48 win over Morton Ranch on Jan. 29. more
With her team struggling over the past three weeks, Katy High girls basketball coach Shanna Marhofer went searching. more
Since he was a little boy playing college football video games and watching college football games on TV when he wasn’t attending Katy High School football games, Jalen Davis dreamed of playing on Saturdays. more
If Treviance Bronson’s life was a movie, and it very well could be one day, the climax of his story would likely come during the winter of his sophomore year in 2018-2019. more
Jordan and Paetow competed at the District 21-5A swim championships on Friday, Jan. 29, at the Conroe ISD Natatorium. It is the inaugural year of competition for the Jordan High swim teams, and each had impressive first impressions. more
For the second straight year, Tompkins’ boys basketball team is starting to peak at the right time of the season. more
There is no rest for a champion. more
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