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“It all started in practice,” said senior linebacker Bryce Shaink. “The intensity and grit we had through the week, and we our eyes were doing the right things too. We came out with some swagger tonight and that really helped, it never hurts.” more
“I’m looking forward to this team,” said Texans head coach David Culley. “I like what this team has done during training camp and during the preseason games. Other than the last game where we turned the ball over so much, I’ve really felt good about this football team.” more
“You don’t see that very often and to go down and do that, that was a catalyst for the rest of the evening,” said Cinco Ranch head coach Chris Dudley. “It was a heads up play by Perez Gilbes and boom it’s seven to nothing. Then to get the ball to start the second half it almost makes it like your starting both halves with the ball.” more
"Every aspect of our department and our programs and the opportunity it provides the institution to be able to grow. For me it’s incredibly personal. We’ve gone through a nomadic life for a bit and to have this chance and this opportunity presented to us today, I haven’t found a single word to describe it other than it’s just truly meaningful.” more
“We have to keep improving, but we’re so much better than our first scrimmages,” Salz said. “We lost but I liked the effort we gave, we definitely gave it our best.” more
Thursday Non-District Morton Ranch (1-1) vs. Hastings (0-2), 6 p.m., Legacy Stadium Morton Ranch comes off a huge loss to Paetow in which is allowed 40 points before its first points of the … more
Katy remained atop the Houston area high school media poll this week after beating Cy-Woods last Saturday. The Tigers received nine first place votes while Spring received one first place votes. … more
“We didn’t do a very good job in the second half from an offensive perspective,” Houston coach Dana Holgorsen said. “That’s one of the worst halves I’ve ever been a part of. I admit that, I own that and we’ll work hard on trying to fix that.” more
“It was huge to get that turnover to start the half,” said senior linebacker Ty Kana. “We made adjustments at halftime and it was great to start off the half by giving the ball back to the offense with a short field and the way it led to a score.” more
Thursday, Sept. 2 Mayde Creek 35, Cy-Lakes 14 Klein 30, Seven Lakes 0 Friday, Sept. 3 Tompkins 53, Clear Springs 43 Paetow 43, Morton Ranch 14 Jordan 57, Danbury 0 East Chambers … more
“That’s what our coach preaches every day,” said senior safety Kentrell Webb. “That’s our motto is to be consistent and keep getting better. We know if we want to compete against the best that’s what we have to do. We’re united as one and if we continue to be consistent, show up to practice and do what we need to do, no one is going to beat us.” more
Houston will open the season on Saturday against Texas Tech and it seems like this might be the year that Dana Hongerson can field a strong team, but there are still question marks. Here are five things to look for during the game. more
Thursday Non-District Mayde Creek (0-1) at Cy-Lakes (0-1) , 6:30 p.m., Cy-Fair FCU Stadium Mayde Creek will look to bounce back against Cy-Lakes after an opening week loss to Conroe. Mayde … more
For the second straight week, Katy topped the Houston Media High School Football poll after its week one win over Clear Springs. The Tigers garnered four more first place votes with 11 total, North … more
“It’s so important for us to leave something behind,” Lamport said. “If you have a strong varsity then you’ll have a strong JV and it keeps going down, then the next year that carries over and you have a strong varsity again. We just want to bring those underclassman and JV players and everyone up and try to build something.” more
Bryce Shaink is used to making big plays, and he produced another one on Saturday night. Tompkins had controlled the first two and a half quarters of its season opener against Magnolia, but that … more
Katy 40, Clear Springs 7 Seven Lakes 12, Houston Memorial 10 Conroe 34, Mayde Creek 7 Cinco Ranch 35, College Park 14 … more
Last year as a sophomore Caleb Koger helped lead Katy High to a Class 6A, Div. II state title. But this year, with a full offseason under his belt as the starter, Koger is even more confident. … more
Senior kicker Seth Small is one of four players from Katy-area high schools who expect to make their mark on this year’s Texas A&M football season. Last year, Small, a Katy High … more
Texas A&M senior kicker Seth Small tells a story that might serve as a metaphor for the Aggies and their prospects for the 2021 season. Small played his high school ball at Katy. Near the … more
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