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The Houston Texans made an important move Tuesday, resigning 27-year old tight end Dalton Schultz to a 3-year deal, worth $36 million, $23.5 million of which will be fully guaranteed. more
Seven Lakes Justice Carlton earned her second District 19-6A MVP Award in three seasons this week, being named the MVP after helping the Spartans to a district title and regional tournament appearance. more
Four teams started district baseball with wins on Tuesday, as Katy, Taylor, Paetow and Jordan all had strong days on the diamond and started district on the right foot. more
Katy and Taylor kept up perfect starts to district on Friday, with both clinching run rule wins, while Cinco Ranch and Seven Lakes both found their way into the win column as well. more
"The wins are fun, so are the regional tournaments, but what means the most to me is being around those young men. In those last moments I just wanted the crowd to be able to celebrate them, to tell them how much they meant to me and how much I love them.” more
Katy, Cinco Ranch, Tompkins and Jordan all earned district wins on Tuesday with strong performances, with Katy staying unbeaten in district, Cinco Ranch earning their second district win while Jordan and Tompkins earned their first district wins of the year. more
“This meant everything to me. Even before growing up, you wanted to be a McDoanlds All-American, you grow up watching the game when you’re young. Then you get older and you realize everything that comes with it and it becomes an even bigger goal. This is a dream that I’ve had forever." more
Jordan’s season came to an end in the regional quarterfinals on Tuesday, as the Warriors lost 39-38 to Bellaire in a game that came down to the final seconds. more
“We know that we can look down the bench and everyone there can make a play. Our sixth man, our seventh man, they are going to come in and make an impact and be better than a lot of other teams. When it was needed those guys stepped up tonight." more
Katy Independent School District (Katy ISD) unveiled the new logo and mascot for Freeman High School, the district's latest addition, which is set to open its doors in August. The Freeman High School Golden Eagles will be the 10th high school in Katy ISD. more
Seven Lakes and Jordan both advanced to the third round of the playoffs on Friday, with the Spartans surviving a scare from Cy-Creek and Jordan pulling away from Cy-Fair with a very strong second half. more
“I knew we wouldn’t give up. This team doesn’t have an ounce of give up. They did such a great job of coming back when the odds were stacked against them tonight. Even when Summer Creek was up double digits, these girls never gave up and they believed. We just ran out of time in the end.” more
“It’s so great getting back out here with the guys,” said senior second baseman Sutton Hull. “Last season was amazing, but it ended on such a low note and we’ve just been looking forward to getting out here all offseason, we want to find our groove.” more
Katy, Taylor and Mayde Creek kept up their perfect starts to district on Tuesday with wins while Cinco Ranch earned its first district win of the season to round out the night of play. more
Seven Lakes and Jordan advanced to the area round on Tuesday, with the first and third seeds out of the district earning wins in the bi-district round of the playoffs to both advance to the second round for the second straight season. more
“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
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