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“We work extremely hard. We’ve been striving to get here all year and it fuels us. We practice hard and then once we step on that field we instantly are in game mode. This team has been ready to go every game and we weren’t going to change that today.” more
“We’ve had this mindset of moving on past the first round in the offseason and to see them celebrate that is amazing,” Orsak said. We met that goal tonight but these girls are still hungry and we’re not done.” more
“We want this so badly,” said senior pitcher Ari Hughes,” We want to get this win and go to the next round. We got the experience last year of the playoffs but we want to go further this year. It’s given us a lot of drive and motivation, we want to push forward and go to area.” more
Katy stayed tied for the lead in district with a big win over Taylor on Tuesday, while Tompkins locked up a playoff spot despite a loss to Paetow, while Jordan shut out Morton Ranch for a win. more
“We’re focusing on the game in front of us but it’s important and we really want it,” DeYoung said. “It’s the first time in school history we’d go back to back and there isn’t’ a better group of guys to do it with. I’m excited we have this opportunity.” more
Madison Lambert picked up a big honor on Wednesday, capping off her senior season by being named the District 19-6A MVP after a terrific year where she helped the Warriors clinch their first ever district title. more
“It’s playoffs every single night in 19-6A. There’s no getting ready for playoffs because you are already at that level. We take on a district champion in the first round but our kids handle it, they’re prepared for that type of thing because they face it every game. That's how it is in Katy ISD." more
Katy and Taylor both won on Friday to move into a tie for first place in district with Cinco Ranch, while Tompkins outlasted Jordan to stay in fourth place and Morton Ranch earned its second district win of the season. more
The playoff field got locked in for Katy ISD on Friday, with Katy, Taylor, Tompkins and Cinco Ranch advancing to the playoffs after strong regular seasons. more
“We came out here and we wanted it bad. We talked about it a few times this week and we knew we had to come out ready to play. We’ve thought about last years game a lot and we just came out with a mindset of beat Taylor.” more
“It’s something I’ve always wanted to do, It’s amazing to be able to compete internationally and have it be with these girls I have known for years and coaches that have helped me grow so much. I don’t have any words, I was just floored. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity." more
Aidan Morrison kept the accolades going this week, as the senior midfielder was named the District 19-6A MVP for the second straight season. more
Four members of the Seven Lakes boys team and two members of the Seven Lakes girls team were named to this years Class 6A State Tournament team after a tremendous season for both teams. more
“It’s unreal, with these guys by my side it just makes it so much better,” said Morrison, who was named the games MVP. “They’re some of my best friends I have ever made in my whole life. To go out on top is absolutely unreal. It’s perfect, that’s the only way to put it, perfect.” more
“We are reaching the level we need to be at and taking everything seriously. We take every game seriously, but sometimes you aren’t at your top form, I think we are finally reaching that now that these big games have come around. We want to bring this home and we’re all going to give it everything we have.” more
“They fought for everything this year and went through so much adversity and I’m so proud of them for getting to this point. There were only two or three starters returning from last years team and so this year really brought them together and they bonded. This team never stopped fighting.” more
It was a big day last week at the District 19-6A track meet, as the Tompkins boys clinched their fourth straight district title and the Katy girls clinched a district title as well. more
“It’s just so cool and so rewarding. This is why they do this. It’s not just the winning but it’s the playing together and being able to be around each other. They all did it together." more
District 19-6A playoff positions continued to stay neck and neck on Tuesday, with the third through sixth seeds being separated by just two games after wins by Seven Lakes, Cinco Ranch, Tompkins and Taylor, who are all battling to stay in the mix. more
The top four kept up their strong run of form in District 19-6A on Tuesday, with Tompkins, Cinco Ranch, Taylor and Jordan all earning wins, while first place Katy had a bye. more
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