KATY MAGAZINE NEWS
September 9, 2018
By Jennifer Lynn
After a tough first week in Katy with only two of the varsity football teams bringing home a win, Katy rallied back week two into the season with six of the eight teams earning a victory.
Photo by Chris Colihan
TOMPKINS FALCONS - biggest win to date
The Tompkins Falcons are on fire this season securing a win over Klein Cain on Friday with a final score of 58-13. The Falcons are now 2-0 for the season. Congratulations to Texan Live Week One "Player of the Week" RJ Smith.
The Tompkins Falcons will play Alvin at Alvin on Friday, September 14 at 7:30 pm.
KATY Tigers - comeback for the win
After a disappointing season opener with a (35-21) loss to Northshore, the first home game loss for the Tigers in 10 years, the Tigers were full of fire looking to prove they are still the team to beat. The first half of the game had some Tigers worrying with Deondrick Glass scoring the only touchdown. After a long half-time delay due to lightning, the Tigers came back rejuvenated and ready to add a win to the team's season. Katy did just that with a final score of 31-28. The game included an impressive 5 turnovers during the game and total yards of 525.
Katy will take on Aguilas Blancas IPN (Mexico City, Mexico) for their Homecoming on Friday, September 14 at 6:30 pm.
MAYDE CREEK RAMS - first win of the season
Mayde Creek took on Fort Bend Austin Friday and secured their first win of the 2018 season. From the first play, Mayde Creek showed they were going to leave it all on the field to secure a win. The Rams made their first touchdown a minute into the game. The momentum never let up with Mayde Creek securing a win of 44-31.
Mayde Creek will play Nimitz for their Homecoming game on Friday, September 14 at 7:30 pm.
SEVEN LAKES SPARTANS - planning was key
The Seven Lakes Spartans took on La Porte Friday night and secured their first win of the 2018 season. The Spartans domination of the first half (21-0) meant La Porte would have to dominate in the second half if they had even a chance to win but that didn't happen. Between Seven Lakes plan going into the game and La Porte's injuries from last week, Seven Lakes had no problem securing a 49-7 win.