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Both Katy and Cinco Ranch fell in the bi-district rounds to end their seasons. more
“I did not want this to be my last game,” Nash said. “The whole time I kept looking up at the score like ‘I’m not coming out of here with a loss.’" more
“It means everything to get this win,” said senior forward Summer Halphen. “It’s really a proud moment for us, we worked so hard for this and we wanted it so badly. This is really what we were trying to do.” more
“I’m a high school product of our great state of Texas Smith said. “I knew I always wanted to be a coach and I knew that I would always want to lead a team in my home state." more
Seth Davis and Ty Kana were named to the first team after helping lead the Tigers to a Class 6A-Division II state semifinal appearance and a District 19-6A championship. more
“We learned after that Tompkins loss that we aren’t an undefeated team,” said senior guard Tahaad Davis. “We took that loss personal. We went to practice the next day and got back to it and got back on track.” more
Paetow’s James Bailey and Kentrell Webb were both named to the first team of the Class 5A All-State team released Friday. more
Jordan won both the boys and girls Region V-5A Regional on Tuesday, advancing a number of athletes to the state meet. more
Taylor finished with 247 points to take gold while Tompkins got the silver with 245.50 points and Clements took home bronze. more
“We’ve done that, now we don’t want to just make it to the playoffs,” Fobb said. “Now the goal is to just make it, we’re trying to go advance. We've got the team to do that.” more
“It was really big,” said Seven Lakes senior guard Cailyn Tucker. “We came in and we wanted our revenge, but we knew we couldn’t push too hard. But we wanted to come back and show them that we were better than the first time we played them." more
This month, over 50 Katy ISD student-athletes formally committed to their college or university of choice during  National Signing Day events across the District. more
“It’s the best feeling,” Wilson said. “We’ve been dreaming about this since forever, me and my family. So just to actually finally do it, to make it official, it felt great.” more
“The work was every day,” Brown said. “Not only physically but mentally, it’s wear and tear on your body. Day in and day out I just had to stay focused and determined. It paid off.” more
Seven Lakes’ Mike Amico was named the boys wrestler MVP after winning the 170 pound weight class. Seven Lakes’ Kristen Bryant was named the girls wrestler MVP after winning the 110 pound weight class. more
“We weren’t surprised by any of it,” Martz said. “We know we’re a good team, we know that we can be a great team and compete with anyone. We’re confident with where we’re at.” more
“It’s been great this whole year, really a wild ride,” Webb said. “I’m just so grateful for my teammates and friends and family. It’s been a great year and a great season. I’m just ready to elevate it to the next level.” more
“You want to fall in love with the school itself, not the coaches, not the program but the school,” Dumas said. “Prairie View just has a truly rich culture. Being able to go to an HBCU has been a dream of mine from the very beginning." more
"To get to go compete in your own backyard against those teams you know, that gives you a bit of extra excitement. We tried to schedule Katy ISD teams over the past couple years to at least give them a taste so when we got into it, we would be as prepared as we could be.” more
“It was such a huge night,” Yakubu said. “If we lost this game then I don’t think we could have won district. Now we have another opportunity at it, we just have to show Texas who Tompkins is.” more
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