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The Katy Tigers: Another State Championship Game Appearance?

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Photo Credit: Paul David Tanner

The Katy Tigers, the defending 6A Division 2 State Champs, are 8-0 on the season. They field a high-scoring offense (43 points per game) and allow a measly 10 points per game on defense.

The Katy Tigers

Texas high school football fans know Katy is no stranger to championships. 10 championship game appearances in the last 20 years, winning seven state titles.

In the last two games, Katy has outscored those opponents 114-10. The offense is led by QB Caleb Koger. He has passed for 1072 yards and 14 touchdowns, and five interceptions. Koger’s high game of the season: 334 yards and five TDs vs Tompkins.

The ground game is in the capable hands of RB Seth Davis. He has rushed for 1336 yards and 15 touchdowns, averaging a whopping nine yards per carry. he averages 167 rushing yards per game. Last week vs Cinco Ranch Davis rushed for 179 yards and four touchdowns.

RB Dallas Glass also came up big in that game, rushing for 133 yards and a touchdown.

The Katy defense forced three turnovers against Cinco Ranch: an INT, and 2 forced fumbles.

Koger’s favorite target is Antonio Silva. Silva has caught 20 passes for 387 yards and 6 touchdowns.

Katy averages 329 yards rushing per game and 474 yards of total offense.

The offensive line, which boasts three seniors, seems to improve every week, opening up big holes for Davis and company to run through.

The Tigers have suffered some injuries to key players throughout the season: Nic Anderson, Bobby Taylor, Malick Sylla, Ronnie Schneider, and Jace Butler. But their replacements have stepped up played extremely well.

Katy has won nine state championships, the second most in UIL History, and three national championships.

Will Katy win their 10th state championship in school history? Leave a comment below.

 

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