Award Season

Houston-area high schools represented in four Houston Sports Awards wins

John Kay was on hand to accept the award. Via Vype

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HOUSTON - It was a big night for Houston-area high schools at the 2019 Houston Sports Awards.

It started with the moment everyone saw across the country to end the 2018 Texas high school football season as North Shore's Hail Mary to win the Class 6A Division I State Championship game in December won the award for Moment of the Year.

North Shore coach Jon Kay, who has guided the Mustangs to two state championships in the past three seasons, was on hand to accept the award.

"An absolute shocker," Kay said. "Obviously, that's coming from a guy that won a state championship on a Hail Mary but this was an absolute shocker for this to happen tonight. Just the whole festivities tonight were amazing and I'm at a loss for words."

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The state volleyball playoffs start tonight as area powers prepare for bracket play with hopes of reaching the finals in Garland, Texas.

So, as we are known to do, VYPE is going to boil it down for the fans.

Let's start in Class 6A Region II.

The Woodlands, Klein, Bridgeland and College Park are the Houston headliners coming out of this bracket, however, the 'Kats, Bears and Cavs will have to battle it out in the bottom half of the bracket.

Klein will likely play Bridgeland in Round 2, which could be an epic match-up.


In Class 6A Region III, it's all about Ridge Point and Pearland Dawson, but they would face each other in the Regional Semis. Cinco Ranch could be a spoiler on the top part of the bracket.

The bottom half of the bracket is wide open. Seven Lakes? Cy-Fair? Or Deer Park, maybe?


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