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Paetow officially removed the interim tag off of David Hicks Sr.’s head coach status on Wednesday, as Katy ISD officially announced Hicks as the schools next head football coach and campus athletic coordinator. more
Tompkins’ Cindy Tchouangwa was named the District 19-6A MVP on Monday after a tremendous senior season in which she helped lead the Falcons to the Class 6A state final. more
A total of 45 Katy ISD student-athletes formally committed to their college or university of choice before heading off to Thanksgiving break last week.  It was the first signing day of the year and included a number of big name signings. more
“I’m proud of our kids for clawing, scratching and fighting until the bitter end,” Dudley said. “This senior class did so much and I’m just really proud of what they’ve done for our community and our school. We’re going to miss this senior class for sure.” more
“It comes down to my offensive line. They did such a good job today and so did the fullbacks, the tight ends and receivers. We knew they were a good football team but we just kept fighting and they were able to open up some really big holes in the run game.” more
Regional Semifinal Previews: Katy, Cinco face biggest games of season more
Tompkins senior outside hitter Tendai Titley was named to the All-Tournament team at the UIL State Volleyball tournament, after Tompkins made its way past the semifinal round and into the schools first ever state final. more
“I couldn’t ask for better. They’re easy, one of the easiest groups I’ve ever coached as far as their chemistry and their desire. They wanted to learn all the time and were never satisfied. As a coach you can’t ask for more than that." more
“There’s a core group of seniors that have been on varsity since they were sophomore. They trusted the process when the new staff came on board,” Dudley said. “We’re just going to ride this wave of momentum, I’m so proud of them.” more
“It was just such a gritty performance from every single one of the girls,” “There was so much resilience and so much fight and I’m so proud of them for that. They didn’t give up, didn’t give in and it went our way in the end. The fight just took over at the end and I’m so proud of them.” more
“It’s a great feeling and everyone is so excited to get up there,” Merrell said. “This is what they have all worked for, was to get to this tournament, but I don’t think that we’re finished yet.” more
Area Round Previews: Katy, Cinco last teams remaining in playoffs more
That made for a hugely successful year for a program that is trying to build itself into something bigger and better, but, at least for this season, things came to an end in the first round of the playoffs, as the Falcons fell to Hamshire-Fannett in bi-district, 40-10, to end their season. more
“I can’t even put it into words right now,” Merrell said. “It’s been a dream for a really long time, it’s been a dream of mine and a dream of theirs and these kids, they’re just really special.” more
“We’ve been balanced all year and on a night like tonight that pays off for you to not be one dimensional," Dudley said. "I’m just really proud of the guys up front for opening up those holes and getting us what we needed to when we ran the ball.” more
“They just endured,” McVey said. “They endured everything that was put in front of them. They gave such great effort and did such a great job of embracing our culture and leading themselves this year." more
Justice Carlton was named to the 2022 Jr. NBA Court of Leaders on Thursday, as the junior will have the chance to be around groups of leaders, mentors and both WNBA and NBA staff and players for the next year as she takes part in the council. more
Bi-District previews: Playoffs kick off with big matchups more
“I told them in that first set when they went down that ‘you have to play for this set, you can’t give this set up,’” Merrell said. “They immediately just kicked into a whole different gear after that and showed what their fight was about. It was amazing to see them do that.” more
Both the Tompkins boys and girls cross country teams finished in the top 12 at Friday’s Class 6A state cross country meet, bringing a positive end to the Falcons seasons with a good performance in Round Rock. more
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