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“It’s unreal, with these guys by my side it just makes it so much better,” said Morrison, who was named the games MVP. “They’re some of my best friends I have ever made in my whole life. To go out on top is absolutely unreal. It’s perfect, that’s the only way to put it, perfect.” more
“We are reaching the level we need to be at and taking everything seriously. We take every game seriously, but sometimes you aren’t at your top form, I think we are finally reaching that now that these big games have come around. We want to bring this home and we’re all going to give it everything we have.” more
“They fought for everything this year and went through so much adversity and I’m so proud of them for getting to this point. There were only two or three starters returning from last years team and so this year really brought them together and they bonded. This team never stopped fighting.” more
It was a big day last week at the District 19-6A track meet, as the Tompkins boys clinched their fourth straight district title and the Katy girls clinched a district title as well. more
“It’s just so cool and so rewarding. This is why they do this. It’s not just the winning but it’s the playing together and being able to be around each other. They all did it together." more
District 19-6A playoff positions continued to stay neck and neck on Tuesday, with the third through sixth seeds being separated by just two games after wins by Seven Lakes, Cinco Ranch, Tompkins and Taylor, who are all battling to stay in the mix. more
The top four kept up their strong run of form in District 19-6A on Tuesday, with Tompkins, Cinco Ranch, Taylor and Jordan all earning wins, while first place Katy had a bye. more
“We just know how important it is. It's important, it hasn’t been done in over 30 years and so we came out and played with everything we had. It’s not an easy thing to do to win a region three years in a row. To do that feels really good.” more
“We told them going into overtime that this is just about grits and guts and being able to apply everything that we’ve worked for. We just reminded them that they can do this and they are good enough and mentally strong enough to do it. more
"It comes from playing Katy ISD teams every week, you have a mindset that you have to grind out wins and always be mentally locked in, because if you’re not, bad things can happen. It’s night in and night out and it prepares you for games like this. " more
These guys have played a number of games at this stadium in this atmosphere over the past three years. These guys understand the trip here, the stadium, the environment and what’s at stake. These guys want to show up on the big stage and they did that today.” more
“We just know that we are tougher than everyone out there with everything that’s happened this year. They knew that this was going to be hard and I think they’ve embraced that. Even when we aren’t playing our best, they keep going at it and they have the confidence to get a result.” more
“It’s a credit to the growth we have had this year,” said Seven Lakes head coach Kaitlyn Eidson. “They have that mindset and they apply it to everything they do. It’s all the players, they’ve been unbelievable and are the reason we are here.” more
Tuesday’s games shook up the playoff race even more in Katy ISD. Morton Ranch earned its first district win against Taylor, while Katy outlasted Paetow in extra innings, Cinco Ranch shut out Jordan and Seven Lakes earned a win over Mayde Creek. more
“I’ve never wanted something so badly. This team, it’s special and I wanted to win it for them,” Thompson said. “After what everyone on this team has been through, we deserve this more than anyone. To be able to turn things around like this is amazing and I’m so proud of us.” more
“It’s something that we strived for but we knew would be so hard coming into this year. This team has so much heart and that’s what got us here, there were changes and growing but we did it and I’m so proud.” more
Cinco Ranch continued its hot run through the playoffs on Monday, beating Northbrook 2-0 in the regional quarterfinals and clinching a spot in the Region III-6A Tournament. more
“I told the guys before they stepped out for penalties, ‘we have an All-American goalkeeper that is about to win this game for us,’ and I wholeheartedly believed that. He’s been clutch as can be." more
Cinco Ranch continued its winning ways Thursday, winning its sixth straight game, while Taylor and Seven Lakes had run rule wins and Katy topped Paetow. more
Three teams on the boys side advanced to the regional quarterfinals and two teams on the girls side advanced Seven Lakes, Jordan and Cinco Ranch boys all advanced for the second straight season while the Jordan girls and Seven Lakes girls joined them by advancing in the playoffs. more
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