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Amy Abke continued her stellar senior season on Friday, no-hitting Cinco Ranch and leading Seven Lakes past the Cougars for a 3-0 win as the Spartans improved to 4-4 in district play and 8-12 on the year. more
That walk-off really my first opportunity in that position and it was just something I’m so grateful for. My teammates put me in a great position and I’m just so grateful to have been put in those positions to succeed.” more
“Every single game were out to prove that we can do this,” Lennon said. “We have that drive and hunger right now to go and get past the second round and get past the third round. We have the talent here and we know we can push and make it far.” more
Seven Lakes earned a huge win on Tuesday, topping Tompkins 2-1 in a battle of great pitching between two teams that have been strong so far this season, as the Spartans moved to 11-6 on the year and 2-1 in district play. more
Tompkins stayed among the district leaders by earning a big win Tuesday, beating Jordan 4-0 behind a complete game shutout from Samantha Crumrin on the mound. The win moved Tompkins to 10-6  on the year and 5-2 in district. more
Katy’s Jeremy Manibog was named the Class 6A Texas High School Wrestling Coaches Association Class 6A boys wrestler of the year on Monday after a terrific senior season. more
A.J. Bates was named the District 19-6A for the second straight season last week, as the junior point guard garnered MVP accolades after a historic season for the Spartans. more
Cinco Ranch earned a huge bounce back win on Wednesday, overcoming a strong Tompkins side to win 4-2 in a game that went 11 innings, and avenge a loss to the Falcons on the previous day. more
“We had a good start today with this win, we needed that. But we know this is a tight district, there were some really close games last night and we’re right there with everyone else in the district. We aren’t out of things at all, we just have to take this win and use it for a snowball effect." more
Cryer has had a strong junior season for Baylor, coming back from an injury plagued season his sophomore year to average a career high 14.5 points, 2.1 assists, 2.1 rebounds while shooting 44% from the field and 43% from 3-point range while hitting over 90% of his shots from the free throw line. more
“This game just shows we can beat anyone,” said senior shortstop Drew Markle. “We just have to do our job at the plate. When we struggle it’s because we aren’t doing that. When we keep fighting every at bat and put the pressure on opposing pitchers, we’re a really good team.” more
Tompkins’ Macy Spencer and Katy’s Lyric Barr were named Co-MVPs of District 19-6A this year in girls basketball, after both helped their teams to the top two seeds in district and made playoff runs. more
Mayde Creek earned a huge win over Tompkins on Friday, coming from behind to beat the Falcons 4-3. The win was a very important one for Mayde Creek, as it propelled the Rams to 10-5-1 overall and more importantly, 5-2 in district play, as Mayde Creek moved into a tie with Cinco Ranch for second place in district. more
“It was huge to get those runs early and get ahead. Cinco is a good team and we knew that coming in. Being able to get that momentum early in the game really set us up the rest of the way. We were able to just build on it towards getting the win. It was a really good win for us.” more
Tompkins completed a regular season sweep of Katy on Tuesday, beating the Tigers 7-4 behind a strong offensive performance that moved the Falcons to 2-0 in district and 7-3-1 overall. more
Cinco Ranch put on a dominating pitching performance on Tuesday en route to a 6-3 win over Paetow, moving the Cougars to 10-6 and 5-1 in district play. more
“This program, I think we’re just at an all-time high right now,” said senior striker Hunter Merritt. “The competition level of our district is unmatched compared to any other district in Texas, so for us to win this district four straight times just speaks volumes about the program." more
“This level of basketball has been raised in this district.” said Jordan head coach Charlie Jones. “A few years ago, people would expect Fort Bend to sweep Katy or win three of four, but this year we went 3-1. There's lots of talented teams in this district." more
“It was just a special experience, a special year all around,” said senior shooting guard Misaias Herrera. “When I got here three years I didn’t have any idea what to expect but it’s been a heck of a ride. I enjoyed every single moment here and the run we went on." more
“It was magical to be here, but it just makes me want it more,” said junior point guard AJ Bates. “Not a lot of Seven Lakes teams have done, I wish we could have gone further, but this whole experience, from on the court to the support of our fans and everyone, it meant everything.” more
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