Drought Ending Victory

Seven Lakes conquers Cinco Ranch to earn first playoff trip since 2014

Seven Lakes, on a night when all odds seemed against it, thrived. Vype

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The players that needed to win a do-or-die game, against a team they had never beaten, to get into the playoffs for the first time since they stepped onto campus were loose and relaxed.

No pressure, the Seven Lakes Spartans assured.

Then, they went out and proved it.

Seven Lakes dismissed Cinco Ranch 40-10 on Friday night at Legacy Stadium in a win-or-go-home game for both teams in each’s regular season finale. The Cougars struck first a little more than halfway through the first quarter, but the Spartans rolled thereafter, using a hard-hitting, playmaking defense and big-play offense to secure their first playoff berth since 2014 and Jimmy Hamon’s first postseason as a head coach in his initial year at the helm.

 

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Kingwood had the best season of all teams in the district. Via Vype

The season has officially come to an end for District 22-6A girls soccer teams with Kingwood and Atascocita both falling in the Region III-6A Tournament this past weekend.

Kingwood had the best season of all teams in the district, advancing to its first regional final since the 2010 season.

Pres Holcomb earned the District 22-6A Coach of the Year award after guiding Kingwood to an impressive 29th-straight District Championship this season. Also the deepest playoff run in nine years for the Mustangs.

A key piece for the Mustangs' success was Catherine Childs, who brought home the District 22-6A MVP Award. Childs finished the season with nine goals and 11 assists.

The District 22-6A Offensive MVP Award went to Kingwood's Emma Ebert, who had an impressive 33 goals and 16 assists this season.

Other District 22-6A awards went to Pasadena's Vanessa Cabello (Defensive MVP), Atascocita's Ainsley Cunningham (Goalkeeper of the Year) and Atascocita's Victoria Arenivas (Newcomer of the Year).

Find the full list of awards here

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