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Jordan got a big win on Friday, handing Katy the teams first district loss this season, while Tompkins did the same to Taylor with a big win. Cinco Ranch and Seven Lakes also kept their winning streaks going as we get closer to the halfway point in district. more
The District 19-6A soccer regular season came to an end on Friday and with it came drama with a number of playoff spots coming down to the final day. more
“With a younger group like this you can always take lesson and learn things from every game, that’s how you get that experience is by getting those reps. We have things we can learn and we’ll be ready for it. But I’m so proud of these kids, they put in the work and we are in this position for a reason.” more
 Katy kept up its unbeaten start to district by beating Morton Ranch on Tuesday, while Tompkins and Paetow bounced back from losses to get back in the win column and Cinco Ranch won its third straight. more
Katy and Taylor kept up their undefeated starts to district on Tuesday, setting up a matchup on Friday between the two sides tied for first place in district. Mayde Creek bounced back with a win over Morton Ranch and Tompkins kept pace in the playoff race with a win over Paetow. more
The Seven Lakes senior was one of the best in the entire state this year and was rewarded for it, being named the District 19-6A MVP for the third straight season, the first boys basketball player to ever accomplish the feat in Katy ISD. more
“We’ll pick ourselves up, we have had a great year,” University of Houston coach Kelvin Sampson said after the Iowa State Loss. “Forty minutes is not going to define these three months, we’ll get some guys healthy and get back at it and be ready.” more
“I was at the school when it first started, I was part of the first playoff game Morton Ranch had and they’ve continued to climb ladders ever since. It’s very important to give back to where I came from. They helped me to be where I’m at today and that’s a big part of who I am.” more
Cinco Ranch earned its first district win in a huge effort, coming from behind against Tompkins, while Taylor and Paetow stayed perfect in district with wins on Thursday. more
“We’ve been practicing really well and I think that’s the key is to keep that up and we’ll keep improving,” Atkinson said. “We have to have confidence and keep swinging the bats. Our pitching will always be there, we just have to keep getting better at the plate." more
Katy and Paetow stayed tied atop the District 19-6A standings with wins on Tuesday, while Tompkins bounced back with its first district win of the season and had a strong performance. more
“There’s a belief in this locker room and that’s the best feeling as a coach. They know they’re never out of a game and they understand that we are going to be in a lot of close ballgames but we have a team that can be good in those moments and grind away those wins." more
Taylor stayed perfect in district with a win on Saturday, while Paetow kept up its winning streak, winning a second in a row and Tompkins earned its first district win of the year. more
“The leadership of this group is what makes that happen. You try to develop a culture from when these girls are freshman to where they will understand what it takes to be successful. All of this group has bought in and They’ve done a really good job of it. It makes my job as a coach easy.” more
“This program has become that dynasty here and its something that we want to continue to build on. The great thing about these guys is we aren’t going to be happy with it. Clinching five district championships is great but we want more." more
Katy, Taylor, Jordan and Paetow all earned shut out wins on Tuesday, as all four teams improved to 2-0 in District 19-6A play and clinched sweeps over their opponents. more
Katy and Taylor both earned run rule wins on Tuesday to stay perfect in district, while Mayde Creek and Cinco Ranch earned wins as they try and keep pace in the playoff race early in district play.  more
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
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