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“We have a lot of young guys who have stepped up this year and provided energy to our team. That’s what I told these young guys when I met with them in the offseason and they’ve done that since day one. They bring the energy and set the tone and you saw that today. more
District 19-6A has consistently been one of the best in the state for a prolonged period, and this year has a chance to one of the best we have seen out of the school district. more
After a huge senior season even with missing time with injury, Wyatt Young took home the District 19-6A Most Valuable Player Award, leading Tompkins to its sixth straight playoff appearance and putting up numbers along the way. more
“She’s just become more of a total team player,” said Tompkins head coach Tamatha Ray. “She understands that she’s going to get her opportunities and that she has to be locked in on both ends of the floor." more
 “The main thing is we have to play better football,” Ryans said. “Before we have the opportunity to talk about playoffs or getting in or anything like that you have to play better and you have to earn those spots to get in the playoffs." more
Kassie O’Brien and Gabi Martinez took home Co-MVP honors out of the district after helping Cinco to their best ever season. The duo helped lead the Cougars to an undefeated district title, a Region III-6A title and an appearance in the state title game. more
Mayde Creek graduate James Thomas had a major accomplishment recently, as he was named the new head track and field and cross country coach at the University of Oklahoma, a huge accomplishment after years of hard work as an assistant coach. more
“We just played hard and that’s the key for everything,” said junior guard Aniya Foy. “We knew what we were in for today, we haven’t beat Katy in a while so our main focus was not ever letting them break us and finding a way to win." more
“Our press is hard for teams to deal with, we have a bunch of very long players and then two quick guards to back them up so a lot of teams have a hard time handling that pressure. It’s a huge advantage for us, it helps us get out on the break and it’s a fun way to play.” more
“These guys just are never satisfied and that’s what I’m most proud of,” Heston said. “They go and look at film on their own, when we walked in at halftime, the players are already talking about things that we were going to point out." more
“I am grateful and excited for the opportunity to work with such a dedicated and talented team of educators and staff at Morton Ranch High School,” Cavallo said. “The Mavericks’ reputation precedes itself, and I feel privileged to join this remarkable community." more
The University Interscholastic League released their snapshot numbers for ever Texas public school last Tuesday, which had all of Katy ISD’s numbers, including Katy Freeman, which will open next school year. more
“He’s one of our leaders and he’s a guy we count on in these types of big games,” said Jordan head coach Charlie Jones. “He’s been on varsity before and he’s played in these types of games and been in these moments." more
“We talk about it every year and this year it’s the same, we can do this,” Filoialii said. “We can play with anybody. This team plays for each other, we play together and we find shots for the whole team. We’re all about being united and that makes us special.” more
“This district is just crazy good and competitive,” said Seven Lakes head coach Amy Cataline. “It makes you better when you play in this district and prepared us for the playoffs. You’re already at that level of competitiveness because of what you’ve gone through the past two months.” more
“We knew today was going to be a tough battle and I’m just excited how we came through it,” said Texans head coach DeMeco Ryans. “Our guys fought until the end and I’m really proud of them for not blinking in clutch moments." more
“It was amazing the way out team came together and fought fonight,” Jones-Bynum said. “We needed a game like that, it’s really going to show the level that we have to play at. It was such a fun atmosphere.” more
“We really locked in defensively in the third and fourth quarters. We got stops, got rebounds and pushed and scored. When we do that it helps us so much. Nobody can guard us, nobody can stop us when we play like that. When we have that intensity and play the right way, we can play with anyone.” more
“AJ is here everyday at 6 a.m. shooting and working He’s cost me thousands of hours of sleep over the past four years but I absolutely love him for it. AJ sets the tone for everyone else with his work ethic, with his voice and with his leadership." more
“This is the type of win we needed to have and I think it’s going to be huge for confidence and team building,” said senior guard Gabby Panter. “It shows we can rely on each other, play together and still get wins against good teams. It was a really good game for us.” more
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