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Cinco Ranch’s Gavin Rutherford was named the District 19-6A football MVP on Monday, capping off a record setting season and career for the senior. more
“We played really well today but there’s still always things we can improve,” Akpovwa said. “Defensively we got a lot of steals but we can always get better with our assignments and keeping guys in front of us, and we can always work on playing fast." more
“He’s one of the toughest kids I’ve ever coached. "He’s 170 pounds, but he has so much fight. It was never about him and that’s what sets him apart. He’s never been worried about stats or touchdowns, what he cares about is wins and that’s why I admire him so much.” more
“I’m proud of these guys, this senior class went 42-3 over the past three years and that’s really good. But I’m just disappointed in the way we played at times tonight. Not disappointed in the kids or their effort, but just disappointed we couldn’t get it done." more
“This whole team has been motivated to get here and we’re motivated to get past this round,” said senior safety Johnathan Hall. “Last year, I feel like we were embarrassed with the way we played in that game. But that’s the motivation right there. This year we’re coming in hard and ready to go." more
Tompkins had two players named MaxPreps High School Volleyball All-Americans this season, as Cindy Tchouangwa and Tendai Titley were both named to the 60-player team of high schoolers around the nation. more
“It was a big win for us,” said Fiyinfoluwa Adeleye. “It was a statement game. We knew coming into tonight that we needed this win, not just for this game but we needed it to keep pace in district. We came out and played our best, played in the gameplan and thankfully came out with a win.” more
“Eventually we have to have some production on offense,” Smith said. “You have to score points. We were good defensively, but you have to take advantage of that offensively. We got in the redzone and had opportunities but we have to convert on those.” more
“I really just want to show off my skills and show what I can do,” Sanford said. “It’s gonna be a fun experience and the main thing I want to do is have fun but there’s going to be some talented guys there and I want to test myself against that and see what I can do.” more
“Being in games like this makes you better,” Davis said. “This is what you want. To play in big time games and get these wins. It brings you closer together, it shows your character and that us. We’re going to keep fighting and find a way to win.” more
“Everyone on this team knows what this is about and how we have to prepare,” said senior running back Seth Davis. “They’ve improved every week, week in and week out everyone is getting better and learning how to do their jobs better. more
Paetow officially removed the interim tag off of David Hicks Sr.’s head coach status on Wednesday, as Katy ISD officially announced Hicks as the schools next head football coach and campus athletic coordinator. more
Tompkins’ Cindy Tchouangwa was named the District 19-6A MVP on Monday after a tremendous senior season in which she helped lead the Falcons to the Class 6A state final. more
A total of 45 Katy ISD student-athletes formally committed to their college or university of choice before heading off to Thanksgiving break last week.  It was the first signing day of the year and included a number of big name signings. more
“I’m proud of our kids for clawing, scratching and fighting until the bitter end,” Dudley said. “This senior class did so much and I’m just really proud of what they’ve done for our community and our school. We’re going to miss this senior class for sure.” more
“It comes down to my offensive line. They did such a good job today and so did the fullbacks, the tight ends and receivers. We knew they were a good football team but we just kept fighting and they were able to open up some really big holes in the run game.” more
Regional Semifinal Previews: Katy, Cinco face biggest games of season more
Tompkins senior outside hitter Tendai Titley was named to the All-Tournament team at the UIL State Volleyball tournament, after Tompkins made its way past the semifinal round and into the schools first ever state final. more
“I couldn’t ask for better. They’re easy, one of the easiest groups I’ve ever coached as far as their chemistry and their desire. They wanted to learn all the time and were never satisfied. As a coach you can’t ask for more than that." more
“There’s a core group of seniors that have been on varsity since they were sophomore. They trusted the process when the new staff came on board,” Dudley said. “We’re just going to ride this wave of momentum, I’m so proud of them.” more
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