Playoff Battle: Katy Tompkins vs Fort Bend Travis
Katy Tompkins vs Fort Bend Travis
Fort Bend Travis
The Tigers run a balanced offense (173 yards passing, 158 yards rushing per game), and the defense has posted three shutouts this season. In those three shutouts, the Tigers have outscored those three opponents 132-0.
Fort Bend Travis is led on offense by QB Anthony Njoku. His stats for this season:
- 1464 yards passing
- 18 passing TDs
- 2 INTs
- 739 yards rushing (leads the team)
- 9 rushing TDs
- Three games over 200-yards passing
- 3 games with three passing TDs
- One game with 4 passing touchdowns
- Three games with two rushing touchdowns
- Four games over 100-yards rushing
Njoku throws to two capable targets: WR Gabriel Van Wyk (25 catches, 406 yards, 3 touchdowns), and WR Robert Sims III (34 catches, 478 yards, 7 touchdowns).
The Tigers’ defense, as a unit, has racked up 654 yards, 15.5 sacks, 38 tackles for loss, and 11 INTs.
That unit is led by:
- Parker Reed: 67 tackles, 3 tackles for loss, 1 sack, and 1 INT.
- Praise Dasaolu: 57 tackles, 13.5 tackles for loss, and 3.5 sacks.
- Dominic Njoku: 5 INTs.
Fort Bend Travis is 0-2 against Katy Tompkins, dating back to 2019.
The Falcons are scoring 42 points per game on offense and allowing 16 points per game on defense.
Tompkins is on a four-game winning streak and has allowed just 14 points total over those four games. They have outscored those four opponents 215-14.
The Falcon offense is flying high, led by QB Cole Francis. Francis has passed for 2023 yards, 20 touchdowns, and 5 INTs. He has completed 65% of his passes.
Francis’s favorite target this season has been WR Joshua McMillan. He has caught 42 passes for 746 yards and seven touchdowns.
On defense, the Falcons are led by:
- Caleb Komolafe: 61 tackles, 2 TFLs, 1 sack
- Cole Brinkley: 61 tackles, 6 TFLs, 1 sack
- Malik Edwards: 4 INTs
- Tyler Collins: 4 INTs
The kickoff is set for 7 PM Thursday from Rhodes Stadium in Katy.
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