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St. John XXIII will compete in 5A in cross volleyball, country, track and field, golf and tennis. They will compete in Division II in football, soccer, baseball, softball and swimming. more
Paetow’s Shy’Lynn Brown was named the newcomer of the year on the District 19-5A All-District team. more
“I don’t know that you can replace (McPherson),” Hearne said. “I know that it’s going to be very big shoes to fill, but I’m excited to do it and I know we have a great group coming back that I will be able to work with. I just hope that can make me successful." more
“He was the winningest active coach in the state of Texas,” Ferrebus said. “He’s just a great coach, not just with winning but with developing us too. He knows how to get us ready for the next level. You just couldn’t ask for anyone better to lead you.” more
“We are all just so proud of what we did,” said senior Jhonnatan Ferrebus. “Our pitchers were amazing, we got hits when we needed them, one through nine we counted on everyone, they held the rope and would hand it to the next guy if they needed to." more
“It was huge to get this momentum,” Laxton said. “I was telling them before the game, we win this game and we are looking good. Momentum is one of the biggest things in sports and there’s just no better team to do it with.” more
The Tigers fell 2-1 in the matchup, leading to them needing to take both game two and three if they are to move on to the regional finals. more
Tompkins fell in two games to Ridge Point as the Falcons season came to an end in the regional quarterfinal round. more
“I remember watching last year, seeing how devastated they were,” Hull said. “I knew and they knew that’s not how their season should have ended, and I didn’t want to feel that way this year. I’m just glad I was able to help my team." more
Softball Regional Semifinals more
“The last game I threw I started and I only threw two thirds of an inning,” Wolf said. “I knew I couldn’t do much worse that that, so I just tried to go out there and do what I knew I could do, and that’s what I did tonight.” more
“We’ve just been practicing hard and continuing to get better,” Koger said. “We know we have to get better every day and improve if we want to achieve our goals. We have to go as hard as we can.” more
“As the game went on I just got more confident and trusted myself more,” Esparza said. “I did that and it led to more outs and that was the biggest difference for me. more
Seven Lakes fell in three games to Ridge Point in the bi-district round of the playoffs, as the Spartans won game one but were unable to find enough offense to win games two or three. more
Taylor overcame a game one loss to George Ranch in its bi-district series to beat the Longhorns two games to one, behind very strong pitching and good offense from the Mustangs. more
Katy swept Fort Bend Travis in two games in its bi-district series behind dominant pitching performances, as the Tigers didn’t allow a run over the course of the two games. more
Tompkins swept past Elkins in the bi-district round of the playoffs behind two strong wins. As the Falcons continue a dominant season by advancing to the area round. more
Tompkins did just that, coming away with an 11-1 victory over the Tigers and clinching the District 19-6A title and a No. 1 seed in the playoffs in the process. more
The Seven Lakes win could potentially shake up the District 19-6A playoff seedings depending on what happens Friday. more
Ty Dagley started on the mound and earned the win for Tompkins, going two innings and allowing one run on four hits while striking out three. more
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