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Paetow’s Shy’Lynn Brown was named the newcomer of the year on the District 19-5A All-District team. more
The sophomore ace helped lead Katy to a district title and a regional semifinal appearance, as a young Tigers squad became one of the best teams in Class 6A Region III. more
“If anyone had told us at the beginning of the season that we would make it to round four, none of us would have believed it," Stutts said. "I just want them to know that they can do it again. This should give them confidence they can go far.” more
“They have such a strong lineup and have a lot of people committed to good schools and we knew that,” Harrison said. “I just knew coming in, if I can keep them off balance, use my changeup and my curve to not let them get comfortable then it would be huge. If they still hit it then they hit it, but that’s the most I can do.” more
Softball Regional Semifinals more
“This is huge, it’s huge for the girls, for us coaches, really for everybody,” Koopman said. “This is the furthest I’ve ever been as a player or a coach. I’m so excited, we aren’t ready to stop either.” more
“Everyone is backing each other up,” Reichardt said. Everyone is working for each other and its awesome to see. Pitchers are working for our hitters, hitters are doing the same for our pitchers and it allows everyone to be relaxed out there and not be as tight.” more
"They’re still growing but they are very talented and the young ones watch and listen to the older players and the coaches," Haack said. "So they’ve been able to pick things up pretty quick.” more
“We just have to keep doing what has given us this success,” Abke said. “Practice, working hard, continuing to focus on our small ball and studying what we need to do on the pitching side next round." more
“I think we just needed to be patient at the plate and when we did that we had success,” said Cinco Ranch head coach Suzanne Reeve. “And Shelby did a great job of coming in and getting those clutch hits when we needed them." more
Katy swept their way past Elkins in the bi-district round, putting on a dominant performance in the bi-district round to advance to area. more
“It’s so exciting, they’re so excited, I’m so excited and the school is so excited,” Koopman said. “They are great kids and they deserve it, they deserve everything." more
“We just have had this collective goal to win as much as we can so we can stay together,” said catcher Shelby Hodge. “We all love being on this team and playing together." more
“I think we have everything it takes to come back and win two in a row,” Scribner said. “We definitely have it and we have that confidence. We’re ready and we just want to come back and prove ourselves tomorrow.” more
Alyssa Gonzalez did everything in her power to give Mayde Creek an upset win over Seven Lakes and did just that, as the Rams won 3-2 for their second district win of the season. more
“We’ve really learned how to gel together and learned very quickly that we are a tough team,” said senior catcher Kailey Wyckoff. “Once we focused in and found the right mindset we discovered that toughness and it’s really helped us.” more
Seven Lakes earned a key victory over Tompkins with a walk-off 4-3 victory that brought the Spartans within half a game of the two seed in District 19-6A. more
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
Katy run ruled Tompkins to move out of a tie for first place and sit alone atop the District 19-6A standings. It was the offense that led the way for the Tigers, who had five players with multiple RBIs in the contest. more
Katy got revenge against the only team that has beat them in district this season, winning 6-0 against Seven Lakes to stay in a tie for first place in district with Tompkins. more
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