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“They all are disciplined and they’ve already put in that hard work,” Hicks said. “They know what they have to do to succeed. They had that structure in place and they thrived. I think the three of them, no matter where they go, no matter what they end up doing in life, they’re going to be successful." more
Royal had a good number of students named to the District 10-4A, Division II All-District football team after a very strong season in which the Falcons finished second in district, only lost two games and made it back to the playoffs. more
The tournament, hosted by Katy ISD, brings together great teams from throughout the state all of which will come together this Thursday-Saturday to compete at Katy ISD high schools and both Rhodes and Legacy Stadium. more
“Some teams think they can lock down one or two girls and that’s it, but were so unique because we have so many people that can all attack and score,” Robinson said. “This team doesn’t have a weakness because if one of us is off, there’s always another to pick them up." more
“Our play just was not good enough in any part of the game,” Smith said. “That starts with me as the head football coach and I have to be better. We have one more chance to get this bad taste out of our mouth and we need to do that next week.” more
Katy graduate Axel Robertson signed to play football at Henderson State University, transferring after a year at Navarro Junior College. more
“There’s been some special moments in my career, and this is one of them,” said Texas Tech head coach Joey McGuire. “To be able to finish this off with the guys, it was so special because when you’re a new coach coming in it takes buy in, they gave that to us from day one. more
“This team can do a lot of different things,” said Katy head coach Shanna Marhofer. “We have girls that can shoot all over the court, girls that can attack the basket. The length we have creates turnovers, steals and they rebound well too. more
Former Katy head baseball coach Tom McPherson was inducted into the Greater Houston Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Honor on Thursday. more
The Houston Texans announced that Coach Cameron Campbell is the team’s recipient for the 2022 Inspire Change Changemaker Award. The NFL created this inaugural award to recognize individuals who are making a difference in their communities through social justice work across each of the NFL’s 32 club markets. Known as “Coach Cam,” Campbell was recognized at the Dec. 18 Kansas City Chiefs-Houston Texans game at NRG Stadium. more
Katy’s Seth Davis, Johnathan Hall and Arian Parish all celebrated their commitments to play at the next level last week as they held a signing ceremony at the school. more
“We have learned to play together as a team and we play really well that way,” Wold said. “We’re making that extra pass, giving it to the open player it just brings the energy level up for the entire team. It’s hard to play us when the whole team is in it together like that.” more
“We keep giving ourselves a chance to win but we haven’t finished a game offensively,” Smith said. “We put ourselves in good positions through the game, the team played well, but at the end we just couldn’t finish and that’s what we need to be better with. We have to take that next step.” more
Gary Joseph may not have been coaching this week but he still had plenty of reasons to smile and a reason to head up to AT&T Stadium in Arlington. more
The Katy senior running back was honored as the offensive player of the year by the Touchdown Club of Houston at the Club’s 43rd annual banquet after a season in which he became Katy’s all-time leading rusher. more
Tompkins outside hitter Skylar Skrabanek was named to the Texas Girls Coaches Association All-Star game this past week, as the junior will play some of the top athletes in the state next summer. more
Cinco Ranch’s Gavin Rutherford was named the District 19-6A football MVP on Monday, capping off a record setting season and career for the senior. more
“We played really well today but there’s still always things we can improve,” Akpovwa said. “Defensively we got a lot of steals but we can always get better with our assignments and keeping guys in front of us, and we can always work on playing fast." more
“He’s one of the toughest kids I’ve ever coached. "He’s 170 pounds, but he has so much fight. It was never about him and that’s what sets him apart. He’s never been worried about stats or touchdowns, what he cares about is wins and that’s why I admire him so much.” more
“I’m proud of these guys, this senior class went 42-3 over the past three years and that’s really good. But I’m just disappointed in the way we played at times tonight. Not disappointed in the kids or their effort, but just disappointed we couldn’t get it done." more
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