Notes: This is a rematch of a 2016 bi-district game, won 51-25 by Katy, which is ranked No. 1 in multiple state polls entering the playoffs. Katy extended its district winning streak to 61 games, further sealing its ninth straight district title with a 62-7 thumping of Mayde Creek. Deondrick Glass, Joshua Oglesby and David Buteaux accounted for most of the Tigers' 368 rushing yards and eight touchdowns. Katy has not lost a bi-district game since the early 1990s and won its eight state title in 2015.
Cypress Ranch senior Alex O'Connor recalled some long nights, as well as support at home and school as he strived to make the most of his high school experience. Balancing football and classwork with a multitude of extra-curricular activities, his work ethic has resulted in an academic ranking near the top of his graduating class and a remarkable 1,560 SAT score, among other successes. O'Connor was recognized for his efforts Wednesday at the Galleria J.W.
District 23-6A football has been defined by one-score games and thrilling finishes this season, with the favorites for the championship and playoff spots changing by the week. Hastings blew that trend apart Friday at Crump Stadium, routing Dawson 55-35 in a showdown for the district crown. One year removed from a 2-8 season, the Bears take a 6-2 record and the district's top seed into the Class 6A Division I playoffs.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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