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The team was honored on Thursday during the Seven Lakes home football game against Tompkins, as members of the soccer team were brought out at halftime, with the crowd and Katy ISD celebrating their accomplishment at Legacy Stadium. more
Jordan entered the Dave Campbell Texas Football Magazine state rankings for the first time this season on Monday, moving up to No. 25 after a win over Paetow. more
“We knew we couldn’t overlook this week,” Gasper said. “This is 6A and the competition is very good. Paetow fought hard tonight, and we knew we couldn’t look past them. You have to work every week to get better no matter who it is you’re playing and that’s what we did this week." more
“He’s really taken advantage of this opportunity he has right now and even with some of the hits he’s taken he gets right back up and makes big time throws, some of those throws he made tonight we really difficult. This is a kid who was playing freshman football last year and he’s stepped in and not missed a beat." more
Seven Lakes senior Justice Carlton announced her commitment to the University of Texas on Friday. Carlton, a 6-2 forward, is a five star recruit, ranked as No. 7 in the nation by ESPN HoopGurlz. She averaged 22.3 points, 9.3 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game in her junior season. more
“We needed and wanted this so much,” Blocker said. “It’s just good to get a win. This has been on our mind all week. We got back into a groove and payed like we should. We just have to keep building on that and get 1% better every single day.” more
Week 5 Katy ISD Previews and district standings more
Mayde Creek earned its first district win under head coach J. Jensen on Saturday, beating Paetow 28-7 to move to 2-2 on the season and 1-1 in District 19-6A play. more
“This is a good start for us but we aren’t anywhere near our ceiling,” Israel Olotu-Judah said. “We haven’t arrived yet and we have to keep that mindset. You need to keep getting better every week to win a district championship and that’s the goal right now. When that’s done then you turn to the next thing, but we can’t get complacent.” more
“This proves that we can beat teams and can push to a different level than we’ve been at the past two years,” Archie said. “We want to get back to those teams that went three or four or five rounds deep. We can be that kind of team, we just have to keep working and getting better.” more
Week 4 Katy ISD Previews more
Gregorski was recognized as part of the CFP Foundation’s program, Extra Yard for Teachers, which aims to elevate the teaching profession by inspiring and empowering teachers. The program works with institutions to support educators and improve U.S. student outcomes. more
“It was great to come in here and do what we’re supposed to do,” Marsh said. “We want to keep stepping up and prove that we’re here to compete this year. We have something to prove and that’s going to keep going.” more
“Last week wasn’t us, we couldn’t be ok with what happened” said Katy senior tight end and captain Luke Carter. “We came into this week knowing that we had to make a statement across this district. We came out and we executed how we knew we should this week and it got us the victory.” more
Week 3 Katy ISD Previews: Katy, Tompkins face off in huge district matchup more
“Defensively we were able to slow down their pass game and that’s a good thing, but we still have to be better,” said senior defensive back Elijah Fuller. “We have to be better at flying around and staying locked in as well. The whole week we have to be locked in and ready." more
“They’ve grown up and the important thing is we can’t get down on ourselves about the loss,” Joseph said. “It should sting and hurt, but it’s not something you can’t overcome. That’s what the message was in there. They competed and you can’t fault their effort." more
“This really prepared us and now it’s up to us to take these losses, learn from them and get better,” Reyes said. “That’s the goal, we can’t dwell on the losses or be down on ourselves, we have to be ready and continue to get better.” more
Week 2 Katy ISD previews: Last tune-ups before district begins more
“My part is to come out and just do the job to the best of my ability and that’s the same for everybody,” Nelson said. “We’re going to work together and find a way to come out on top of every game. We just have to keep grinding, getting better and doing our jobs. more
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