Katy finishes the season 16-0 with a 35-24 win over Cedar Hill and brings home a state title for the 7th time in school history.
The Brahmas advanced to the state championship game with a convincing 52-8 win over Elysian Fields.
Lamar used a big-play offense and an opportunistic defense to upset Galena Park North Shore 28-7 in a regional 5A Division 1 regional final.
Cy-Ranch pulls off an incredible rally to upset Manvel 44-43 and move on to the 4th round of the playoffs.
Angleton earns this week's honors by advancing to the third round of the playoffs with a convincing 73-35 win.
The Highlanders used a high-powered offense to knock off Klein Collins 66-42 to advance to the second round.
With a spot in the playoffs on the line, Cy-Fair gets a late touchdown and a blocked kick to pick up a 15-14 win over Cy-Creek.
The Bulldogs earn this week's honors after knocking off previously unbeaten and sixth ranked North Shore by a final of 27-10,
The Broncos held off held off a furious rally from Elkins to pick up a big district win, 29-22.
In a game full of big plays, North Shore outlasts Port Arthur Memorial, 35-28.
Langham Creek gets a big night from Jeremiah Williams and hands Cy Falls their first loss of the year with a 37-35 victory.
Friendswood rolled up over 700 total yards of offense in a 79-63 win over Galena Park.
Sharpstown rolled up 665 yards of total offense in a 69-35 win over Houston Davis. That makes them the Chevy team of the week.
After losing their standout quarterback Jordan Jackson due to injury, La Porte had their hands full against Clear Springs. The Chargers took full advantage and pulled off the upset by a final of 32-8.