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“I’m just so proud of all of these girls,” said senior forward Justice Carlton. “I was in foul trouble but they all stepped up and played their part which is exactly what they’ve done all season long. It was a great game and I’m just proud of every one of those girls.” more
Katy ISD had three players placed on the first team of the Class 6A Blue Bell/Texas Sports Writers Association’s All State Team and 12 overall in a strong year for the district on the all state team. more
Katy ISD came away with two gold medalists at the Class 6A State Wrestling tournament over the weekend, with Cinco Ranch’s Jackson Herman winning the 132-pound weight class and Jordan’s Garrett McChesney winning in the 138-pound weight class. more
“We wanted this so badly. Last year, getting to this point and losing really hurt and it sucked. This year the motivation is just so strong. We knew we couldn’t come out and play badly today. This is just a really exciting team to be a part of.” more
Katy, Taylor, Mayde Creek and Paetow earned wins on the opening night of District 19-6A play, starting off in good fashion early in the season. more
The Spartans had already wrapped up the first seed. They will be joined in the playoffs by Paetow, who finished second as well as Jordan and Katy, who finished tied for third and will play a play-in game to decide the final two playoff spots. more
“We talk a lot about our level of play and never playing up or down to anyone,” Watson said. “It’s all about our standard, we can’t play to anything else. We have to go out there and play our best game, when we do that we’ll be just fine no matter who we play.” more
Tompkins and Jordan had big performances at last weeks regional swim and dive meet, with the Falcons finishing first on the boys side and Jordan claiming a second place finish for the girls. more
Cinco Ranch and Katy both continued tremendous wrestling seasons with strong finishes in the Region III-6A Tournament on Saturday. more
Katy ISD had 61 student-athletes who officially signed their national letters of intent last signing period. Athletes from all nine schools had signees to collegiate programs, including the University of Arkansas, Yale University, University of Kansas and the University of North Texas. more
The season ended with co-district champs, as both Seven Lakes (27-8, 14-2) and Tompkins (29-6, 14-2) split the title, capping off very successful regular seasons for both teams. more
“Any hesitancy we had about how this season would go was done as soon as we had our first practices and scrimmages,” said Tompkins senior point guard Gabby Panter. “You could feel the chemistry between everyone and every single person in the building works hard and brings it every day." more
Cinco Ranch and Katy took home the top honors on Thursday at the District 9-6A wrestling meet, with the Cougar boys and the Tiger girls taking home the team golds after tremendous tournaments. more
“We want this bad. Coming back from last year, we had one loss and one tie, so now the goal is to one up ourselves. We want to go undefeated the whole way and improve. But to do that we have to focus on the game in front of us every day.” more
Katy ISD will again have its own UIL Class 6A district in every sport for the next two years, as the nine-team district remained in the 2024-2026 district realignment announced on Thursday by the University Interscholastic League. more
“This felt amazing,” Hernandez said. “You could feel what it meant in the locker room, we’re just really happy. It’s been a long time since we have had a chance to lock down a playoff spot and to be in this position means everything." more
There are two girls and two boys nominated for student athlete of the year, with Cinco Ranch and Taylor each garnering two nominations each, one boy and one girls for each school. more
“This is special for me, but it’s not just about me. My teammates are what’s gotten me to this point, from my freshman year to now they’ve made me a better player. But this is something that I’ve really put in the work to accomplish and I’m just glad that I’ve made it." more
“Everyone on this team trusts each other,” DeLeon said. “We all know that whoever gets the ball is going to do with it and score or create. It’s fun when you have everyone scoring and getting involved, that’s what you want.” more
Coming off their best season since 2006, the Katy Tigers earned some big praise in this year’s Class 6A preseason Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association poll. more
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