The start of the 2019 high school football season is just a week away, but this week will provide an early snapshot of what Katy ISD teams have in store for the new campaign.
Although the Tompkins girls’ volleyball team battled back after squandering its first two sets to Bridgeland High on Tuesday evening, the Falcons ultimately lost the deciding fifth set, 22-25, 22-25, 25-23, 25-21, 6-15 in a marathon night of back-and-forth play at Tompkins High.
Two of Katy ISD’s stars were selected for the Touchdown Club of Houston’s All-Greater Houston UIL High School Football Preseason Team earlier this month.
TOMBALL — A quartet of runners from Cinco Ranch were the top varsity finishers among Katy-area schools, but duos from Tompkins and Katy High School also earned medals at the season-opening Cypress Cross Country Relays held at Spring Creek Park on August 10.
The rise of Tompkins junior quarterback Jalen Milroe from unknown prospect at this time last year to elite national recruit has been remarkable, culminating in a big evening for the 6-foot-2, 194-pound signal-caller on July 21.