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Fresh off a no-hitter against Taylor, the Junior came out with another one, no-hitting Morton Ranch in a 10-0 Seven Lakes win. more
Burg then helped herself at the plate as well, as the pitcher went 1-4 with three RBIs while Amanda Croteau went 2-4 with five RBIs. more
Hansen threw five innings of two hit ball, allowing just one run while striking out six and walking five. Hanses also went 1-2 at the plate, driving in a run and drawing a walk. more
With so many competitive school sports teams and athletes in the Katy area, the Special Olympics stands out. more
“We’re right where we need to be,” said Katy head coach Tom McPherson. “But you can’t let up in this district, anyone can beat you. We just need to keep going and keep building off of this. It’s a blessing to be in the hunt, even if its still early.” more
“We really picked ourselves up and encouraged each other today,” said Katie Fitzpatrick. “There was a lot of positive communication and today was kind of a light switch for us.” more
Behind a strong performance on the mound from Ashley Martinec and two RBIs from Blakely Haynie, the Falcons got their much needed win, 5-3 over the Spartans, keeping pace in the tough District 19-6A field and creating a tie atop the district standings between Seven Lakes and Katy. more
There are a number of teams that could make a run and push to the later rounds of the playoffs, both on the boys and girls sides. And it will be an exciting few weeks of playoff soccer beginning Thursday. more
“Having that experience is so big,” Lugo said. “I think doing that again and again, having that experience, being there before, it shows that it’s built in our DNA just to go in the playoffs. That’s our programs identity. We don’t really chase the district title, we focus on the process and being ready come playoff time.” more
A game after walking off on a walk against Brenham, the Panthers were at it again, coming from behind to beat College Station in a 7-6 walk-off victory. more
Taylor used a huge six run first inning to pull away from Mayde Creek as the Rams never were able to get back in it in a 10-5 win. more
“I think I just needed to relax a little bit,” Moore said. “This was a pretty big game, I haven’t had a lot of those yet, so I had to settle in, see some strikes and do what I can do.” more
Behind Esparza’s 102, pitch nine strikeout, no walk performance, the Falcons came away 5-0 winners  over the Mustangs to stay undefeated on the season and start district with a win. more
“We’ve put a lot of emphasis on transitioning from our defense to our offense,” Jones said. “It’s a thing we’ve focused on a lot lately and we did a good job of that tonight.” more
It's neat to repeat. more
“The players were a little nervous coming out with the number of people that were here, and that had them a bit stiff at first,” Loftin said. “That’s a big win for us, we beat them last time 1-0 and it was close but tonight we took care of business. I’m just proud of them. more
Cameryn Harrison pitched a complete game shutout in the victory, leading the Tigers past the Falcons by striking out 16 batters over seven innings, while allowing just six hits and walking none. more
“I came in three years ago and those guys who are seniors now embraced me and embraced what I was trying to do,” Niemi said. “They embraced everything about what we are and the identity that we have." more
A former Tompkins High School basketball coach and teacher has been charged with having an improper relationship between an educator and student. more
“Words can’t explain how proud I am of these guys,” Fobb said. “They did everything we asked them to do as a coaching staff. From the hard grind, to practicing six days a week, lifting three or four days a week. They did everything we asked them to do all season.” more
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