The Katy football team earned its ninth consecutive victory against rival Cinco Ranch, the last Katy ISD or district team to defeat the Tigers. Defense has been a constant throughout, with Katy shutting out the Cougars for the third time in four years with a 30-0 victory Sept. 22 at Legacy Stadium. It was the first district game at the new venue, as both teams opened 19-6A play.
The first football game at Katy ISD's Legacy Stadium was bound to enter the history books. Mayde Creek made it one to remember. The Rams scored twice in the final four minutes, including the game-winning touchdown with six seconds remaining to complete an enthralling 51-48 victory against Nimitz. Behind five touchdown passes and a dramatic scoring run from senior quarterback Keyonte Fiakpui, Mayde Creek rallied five times in what could stand as one of the most memorable KISD games of the season.
Several Katy ISD football teams faced welcome competition last week in the form of scrimmages. But the real action starts this week. The anticipated regular season officially begins Sept. 14. Here is a game-by-game look at the non-district matchups as KISD squads play their belated openers. Tompkins vs. Porter, 7 p.m., Texan Drive Stadium: The Falcons were originally scheduled to take their bye this week but were able to add a new opponent from New Caney ISD.
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