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Valentine’s Day is Tuesday, Feb. 14, and no, the sweethearts profiled here have not yet made their plans for that special day. Pat Harrell said it depends on the Katy High sports schedule. more
Katy came away as district champions, while Tompkins took the two seed in the district, with Seven Lakes claiming the third seed with a win over Cinco Ranch on the last day of the regular season, and Cinco Ranch getting the fourth and final playoff spot after losing to Seven Lakes. more
“It’s been a while since that’s happened for a Seven Lakes team and we want to do that,” Bates said. “We can’t get complacent now, that’s our next goal is to go undefeated in district before we head into playoffs, now we have to go accomplish it.” more
“We play seven Texas schools, no other conference has that and it’s a really cool thing,” Holgerson said. “There’s connections everywhere with this conference, with the coaches, with the players, everything. It’s going to be an exciting time and all of the dudes can’t wait for it.” more
“I’m so excited to get started and get to work with these young guys,” Ryans said. “I’m fired up, we are going to bring a winning team that Texans fans will be proud of. We are going to fill up NRG Stadium and build back what we’ve had in past years here. more
A total of 70 Katy ISD student-athletes formally committed to their college or university of choice during National Signing Day on February 1.  An additional eight athletes also officially announced their college or university of choice during the 2022 Winter Break.  more
“People underestimate us as a team because of what we went through early this season. We had six players to start this season, it just says a lot about us the way that everyone has banded together. We’re finally healthy and we’re starting to get all the way back.” more
Paetow senior Nicolas Valadez was a finisher at the Houston Marathon last weekend, taking on a big challenge and finishing in the top third of the entire event in what more
“Tonight they fought through mistakes and continued to play good basketball and make plays. It was a game that could have gone either way but our seniors stepped up big. We had really good leadership on the court tonight and I’m really proud of the guys for the way they played.” more
"We're going to build a program filled with players who have a special work ethic and relentless mindset," Ryans said. "I understand the responsibility I have to this organization and to the fans of Houston to build a winner and I can't wait to get to work." more
Registration is open for the second annual National Girls and Women in Sports Conference, hosted by Morton Ranch high school on Feb. 20. more
The Houston Texans took no time in developing a vast array of candidates for their head coaching vacancy last week, as they already have reached out to interview eight coaches from around the league. more
“That’s our first goal and we talk about it at the beginning of every year,” said senior striker Hunter Merritt. “We want to go on a run, we want to win state and we want to do those things, but first and most importantly we have to take care of the here and now. more
“I think we just need to continue what we’ve been doing,” Williams said. “We have to listen to our coaches, know what we need to do when we go out there every night and listen to the minor details that we need to fix the rest of the way. If we do that we’ll be in really good shape.” more
One hundred and twenty-three Katy ISD student-athletes in cross country, volleyball and football earned Academic All-State honors and accolades for the 2022-2023 school year. more
Brookshire Royal head coach Theadis Reagins was named the recipient of the first ever Texas High School Coaches Association Football Regional Coach of the Year Award on Tuesday. more
Tompkins assistant coach Bethany Ellis was named a Texas High School Coaches Association Assistant Coach of the Year, garnering the honors in Region V-6A. more
“He’s just a great coach,” said senior guard Josh Lennon. “He has so much experience and he always puts us in the right positions. We trust him and what he does really just helps us win games. We’re always in the right defense and always in the right play, I’m just glad we could get him win 300.” more
The Tompkins boys team and the Jordan girls team finished with golds on Saturday at the District 19-6A meet, finishing as top dogs in the district and advancing a number of athletes to regionals. more
“The best thing about him is how composed he is and it just is great for the rest of our guys,” Sanders said. “He’ll miss five in a row and it will look like he’s just made five. He never loses confidence in himself and that confidence goes through the whole team. more
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