PHOTO GALLERY: Best Of Week Three
TexasHSFootball.com Staff

Photo via Gordon DeLoach, TexasHSFootball.com   Another week has come and gone in the Texas high school football and college season and there was plenty of thrilling action to be had. From an upset in Cibolo to a thrilling game winner in Katy, the week had plenty of exciting moments and TexasHSFootball had photographers from … Continue reading “PHOTO GALLERY: Best Of Week Three”

Katy Wins Thriller Over The Woodlands In Saturday Night Showdown
Quentin Edmiston

Photo via Mark Goodman, TexasHSFootball.com In perhaps the most thrilling game of the year, the Katy Tigers defeated The Woodlands Highlanders thanks to a game-winning field goal by Seth Small as time expired. Yet, both teams took the first step in a long road to recovery and return to normalcy Saturday night. KATY- After the … Continue reading “Katy Wins Thriller Over The Woodlands In Saturday Night Showdown”

Katy DE Michael Matus Announces Commitment To Arizona State
Tony Venegas

Photo via John Glaser, TexasHSFootball.com The Katy Tigers have a well-known for having one of the most stout defenses in Texas. Late Monday night, one of those key pieces up front made his college decision. Katy defensive end Michael Matus announced via Twitter his commitment to Arizona State. COMMITTED!!! #ForksUp🔱 pic.twitter.com/D0A603x1d6 — Michael Matus (@MichaelMatus91) … Continue reading “Katy DE Michael Matus Announces Commitment To Arizona State”

Will Katy Continue Its Dominance Of District 19-6A In 2017?
TexasHSFootball.com Staff Writers

Photo via John Glaser, TexasHSFootball.com   Hunter Cooke The Katy Tigers are 100% the correct pick here. The Tigers have absolutely romped in district play recently, even when they’ve had a down year by their standards. With big playmakers like Deondrick Glass coming back, I see no reason for the Tigers not to win the … Continue reading “Will Katy Continue Its Dominance Of District 19-6A In 2017?”

After A Rough Injury Derailed His Sophomore Campaign, Deondrick Glass Is Ready To Play Some Football
Hunter Cooke

Photo via John Glaser, TexasHSFootball.com   Deondrick Glass had a sophomore season that 99% of players won’t have in their entire careers. The youngster rushed for 1,912 yards and 30 touchdowns according to MaxPreps, and most importantly, had an average of 10.4 yards per carry. That’s an average of a first down every time he … Continue reading “After A Rough Injury Derailed His Sophomore Campaign, Deondrick Glass Is Ready To Play Some Football”