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“The main thing we talked about this week was needing to play well in all three phases,” said Paetow head coach Lonnie Teagle. “That’s the number one thing we want to do is play well in all thee phases at the same time and we took a step in the right direction tonight.” more
Week 4 Katy ISD Previews: Katy only undefeated team left in district more
Katy remained at No. 5 in the Class 6A Dave Campbell Texas Football state rankings after their week 3 win over Tompkins. more
“We have to learn how to close games out,” Hughes said. ”We were up on those guys and we had our chances in the second half and fourth quarter to shut the door as a defense. When you have someone on the ropes, you have to shut them down completely and solidify the game. We didn’t do that." more
“It all started with our defensive line,” said junior linebacker Connor Johnsey. “They had to be physical up front and make gaps for our linebackers and safeties to fit into. We prepared every day this week hard, and so we were ready for this." more
 “It is 6A. It is Katy ISD. Everyone is loaded. It is the toughest district in the state and it is going to be a heavyweight fight every week,” Teagle said. “I’m proud of the way our guys fought back and played.”  more
“It’s just a really good feeling,” Rabe said. “It’s so fun watching these guys and seeing them get things like this. To watch them go through this experience is awesome. They came up big tonight and I’m just proud of all of them.” more
Week 3 Katy ISD Previews: Big time games in first week of district more
“What they did last year, they dominated us at their place and they dominated us at our place, that’s motivation and we don’t run from it,” Smith said. “A lot of what happened came from mistakes we made in all three phases. We feel like we’ve corrected a lot of that." more
Katy remained in the top five of the Dave Campbell Texas Football state rankings this weeks Class 6A UIL State Rankings, staying at No. 5 after a last minute win over Atascocita, which is ranked No. 10. more
It’s huge how we’ve started the season,” said senior running back Santana Scott. “There’s a lot of momentum that we’ve gained in these first two games and we have that momentum now heading into next week, which is a big game for us." more
“We weren’t afraid to run it at any point and that kind of defines us,” Koger said. “Even when we got stopped, even when it was late in the game, we kept pounding it and that got us the win. This was a fun game.” more
“The whole team was on the same page, the offense, defense and special teams, it was a real team performance,” said junior defensive back Cyrus Reyes. “On defense we were just flying around and trying to make plays when we read our keys." more
Cinco Ranch continues non-district Thursday by taking on a fellow 1-0 team in Klein Oak. more
“Defensively anytime you can get a shutout, that’s really big,” Smith said. “There were a lot of good things we did. They did exceptional and made the right plays and it was good to see the way they competed tonight.” more
The Jordan girls continued a strong start to the year, winning the Kevin Napier Falls Invitational and having three top five finishers at the meet. more
“That was out goal this week,” said sophomore wide receiver Andrew Marsh. “We wanted to come out here and show people what we can do and prove to everyone that we can play. We want everyone to know that we’re coming and we aren’t scared of anybody.” more
“It’s soaked in a little bit,” Teagle said. “It’s been kind of crazy, everything has been a whirlwind but I’m soaking it in. I’ve learned over my career that you have to enjoy them all. It wasn’t the prettiest, and you always want things to be a little better in some areas, but the win is all that matters." more
“We weren’t good enough, and we are all going to take this as a learning moment,” Turner said. “Everyone was mad when we walked in, and there were a lot of us that were frustrated. No one wants to feel that way next week, we’re going to fix it.” more
“Maturity and leadership are the keys for us to be able to achieve our goals,” Joseph said. “Those are the two things you need to have and develop every year. The question always is, are you going to have leadership and are they going be mature enough." more
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