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St. John XXIII will compete in 5A in cross volleyball, country, track and field, golf and tennis. They will compete in Division II in football, soccer, baseball, softball and swimming. more
“We had our goals heading into the tournament and we just wanted to put together a good performance,” said junior quarterback Colin Willetts. “We’re getting every bit of work in we can everyday and this was a huge part of that. I’m jut glad we got to come out here and compete.” more
“For us the biggest thing is to learn for this but then we step on the field tomorrow, just forget about everything and play the way we should be playing,” Abboud said. “It’s all a reset tomorrow, it’s 0-0 and we have everything to play for.” more
Cinco Ranch and Jordan advanced to the state 7-on-7 tournament which will starts for Division I teams tomorrow. more
“I feel like I’m at a good spot right now,” Mills said. “Obviously there’s still a lot of room to grow, but I’m feeling more confident and comfortable out there and I’m really comfortbale with my teammates around me. I’m just ready to keep progresseing and head into this season.” more
“Those rookies that can go right now are really settling in,” Smith said. “Pitre for one has been outstanding. He has a knack for the football and has done a lot of good things. You can say the same thing about Kenyon (Green). 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
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
“Those guys that aren’t really getting many reps they have something going on that we’re trying to fix up,” Smith said. And if they’re only getting a few reps it’s because we are easing them back into competition. We want everyone to be at 100%.” more
“It’s been crazy,” Davis said. “It really was just doing a lot of research, trying to figure out what the best fit was and at the end of the day, that was Mississippi State, I was really happy with everything there.” more
“It was beautiful, the entire thing was just amazing,” said junior linebacker Alex Kilgore. “We waited so long for today and to come out here and have this moment and see those rings, it was a beautiful moment.” more
Those two first round picks set the Texans up in future years for two of the most important positions on the field with players the teams feel can make a humongous difference. more
Katy ISD released the school district’s full football schedule last week, signifying a new era, as it will jump from a seven team district to a nine team district. more
Teagle, a Missouri City native who graduated from Fort Bend Elkins, comes to the Panthers after with 16 years of coaching experience, including two as the offensive coordinator at Ryan. more
The Texans signed a number of players over the first days of NFL free agency, as the team is expected to have significant turnover after handing out lots of 1-year deals last season. more
“It was important for us to keep Pep Hamilton on board,” Smith said. “For us to have that with him being able to work together two years in a row with Davis Mills and I’m pumped up that he’ll be leading us and we’re excited about his future.” more
“I’m a high school product of our great state of Texas Smith said. “I knew I always wanted to be a coach and I knew that I would always want to lead a team in my home state." more
Seth Davis and Ty Kana were named to the first team after helping lead the Tigers to a Class 6A-Division II state semifinal appearance and a District 19-6A championship. more
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