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After a very successful 2020-21 football season with the Katy High School Tigers bringing home the Class 6A-Division II state championship, KHS Athletic Coordinator and Head Football Coach Gary … more
Will Saxman embodied the essence of a student-athlete during his four years at Cinco Ranch. more
Barely a year removed from thwarting Katy ISD batters, Katy native and freshman right-handed pitcher Logan Henderson pitched McLennan Community College to a 7-3 win over Central Arizona to help the Highlanders take the 2021 National Junior College Athletic Association Division I national championship on June 4 in Grand Junction, Colorado. more
Katy High returned to the top of District 19-6A baseball this season, as the Tigers captured their first district title since 2017 and their first outright district title since 2014. more
After a quirky 2020 high school football season filled with drastic changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2021 season looks to return to normal come August. more
Katy High won its sixth consecutive outright district title this season, and therefore dominated the 19-6A all-district softball superlative awards. more
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Will Handlin badly wanted the Mayde Creek head baseball coaching job. To say it was destiny might have been a slight exaggeration, but only slight. It was, if nothing else, perfect casting, and the former Rams football and baseball standout was ready to come home. more
A random road trip to break up the monotony of a listless Sunday afternoon turned into a life-changing experience Laura Rowe will never forget. more
Tompkins’ baseball team added another chapter to a storybook season Saturday afternoon with a 5-0 Game 3 regional quarterfinal win over Cy-Fair at Tomball Memorial High. more
Seven Lakes receiver Kyler Foster was hurt during a recent spring football practice, so a younger player assumed his role in the offense. The young player didn’t quite know what to do, however, so incoming senior linebacker Scott Stanford went over to him. more
Jaylen Phillips knew Sam Houston State was in for a special season. Though just a freshman, Phillips understood what a strong team culture looks like. more
After almost any season, a team knows where it stood that year. Playoffs or no playoffs. Good start, bad finish; Bad start, good finish. Injuries or no injuries. There is nowhere to hide. more
Seven Lakes’ girls golf team finished sixth at the Class 6A state tournament May 10-11 at Legacy Hills Golf Club in Georgetown. The Spartans were the top finishers among Greater Houston area teams, ahead of The Woodlands (ninth) and Kingwood (10th). more
The impressive quality of depth Katy High has in its lineup was showcased in the Tigers’ 10-0 Game 2 area playoff win over Cy Ridge in five innings on Friday at Katy High. It was the 7-8-9 hitters that got Katy off to a fast start as junior Parker Kidwell and sophomore Graham Laxton drilled RBI doubles. more
This might not be goodbye for Fredy Sanguinetti. There is a chance he’ll be seeing everyone again later down the road. more
The issue Morton Ranch’s football program has dealt with the most over the last few seasons has nothing to do with anything on the field. more
Not even one week of winning Gatorade Texas Player of the Year, Seven Lakes senior Ally Batenhorst was declared the best player in the nation. more
During the fall, Cinco Ranch’s baseball team could not practice baseball. The Cougars’ field was being renovated, so weekly offseason workouts consisted of two days in the weight room, another day of arm care, a day of speed/agility work, and Thursdays spent hitting fungoes on the turf football practice field. more
The two-time state champion thrower hated throwing the discus and shot put when she first tried it at 10 years old. more
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