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Katy ISD had more than 140 students named to the Academic All-State Team, with Katy leading the way with the most all-state athletes in the school district, with 32. Cinco Ranch and Seven Lakes both had 27 named to the teams. more
The University of Interscholastic League’s Legislative Council met Wednesday to discuss rule changes for the upcoming school year for high school athletics in the state of Texas and for the second straight year, decided to take no action on a proposal to add a shot clock. more
“I just want to get on the field and I want to set the bar high for myself once I’m out there,” Shaink said. “I think my big goal is to play six months and do enough to get out and move up even further wherever that lads me." more
“This was the greatest opportunity you could ever have to cap off your high school career,” Kelly said. “Any kid that is coming out of high school, this is such a great opportunity for them and something I’ll always be thankful for.” more
Katy graduate Seth Small signed to the Canadian Football League’s Hamilton Tiger-Cats late last month. more
Paetow’s Shy’Lynn Brown was named the newcomer of the year on the District 19-5A All-District team. more
Cinco Ranch safety Fordham Parks, Tompkins linebacker Bryce Shaink, Mayde Creek receiver Jordan Kelly and Morton Ranch offensive lineman Ja’Kobe Hinton were all seniors chosen for the West team, which showcases graduating high school players from around Houston. more
A total of 22 Katy ISD student-athletes committed or signed to college or universities in May in the school district’s final signing day of the school year. more
Jace LaViolette capped off his senior season by being named the District 19-6A MVP after a terrific season where he helped Tompkins to a district title. more
“I don’t know that you can replace (McPherson),” Hearne said. “I know that it’s going to be very big shoes to fill, but I’m excited to do it and I know we have a great group coming back that I will be able to work with. I just hope that can make me successful." more
“He was the winningest active coach in the state of Texas,” Ferrebus said. “He’s just a great coach, not just with winning but with developing us too. He knows how to get us ready for the next level. You just couldn’t ask for anyone better to lead you.” more
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