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Last season, Shadow Creek knocked off Foster twice as they reached the Class 5A DII State Championship game.

Both teams are loaded and could meet again in the regional finals. But that's not the end of the story. Angleton, Friendswood and Hightower are in the next cut and could make playoff runs of their own.

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VYPE Preseason Rankings

Shadow Creek
Foster
Friendswood
Angleton
Hightower
Terry
Texas City
Galveston Ball

(Bold Denotes Playoff Teams)

VYPE Preseason Awards

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER: Alec Bryant, Shadow Creek
CO-OFFENSIVE MVPS: Ryan Stubblefield, Foster Jordan Jones, Angleton
CO-DEFENSIVE MVPS: Xavion Alford, Shadow Creek Chidozie Nwankwo, Foster
BREAKOUT PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Kyron Drones, Shadow Creek
SLEEPER TEAM: Hightower

Shadow Creek Sharks

"Them Creek Boys" are back after making history in their first varsity season. The went 15-1, just falling short in the state title game against Highland Park. Coach Brad Butler is at the epicenter of this program as Shadow Creek becomes a state power. The defense will be the strength with LSU-commit Alec Bryant (70 tackles, 13 sacks) and Kansas State-commit Ronald Triplette leading the charge up front. The linebackers are Kansas State-commit Jeremiah Harris (90 tackles), Warren Shankle, TJ Harris and Courtney Brown. The back end is elite with national recruit Xavion Alford (58 tackles, 6 INTs) and Jaylen Lane patrolling the secondary. The new quarterback will be Kyron Drones, the son of Sharks' defensive line coach Kevin Drones. He has a big arm and is a physical runner. The OL is anchored by Damien Jackson, while WR Jared Jackson will be the deep threat. Tight end Trent McGaughey has become a national recruit for 2022 and should play a bigger role in the offense. The bar has been set high at Shadow Creek.


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Lots of movement after a huge slate of games in the Bayou City during Week 2.

The undisputed No. 1? Katy smashed Atascocita 56-14, looking ferocious again. Cy-Fair bumps up to No. 3, while Tompkins, Klein Oak and Pearland continue to look impressive.



Dickinson and Cy Ranch lost to out-of-state powers Allen and Converse Judson. Travis flexed against Class 5A power Foster, while Tomball Memorial is rolling with an impressive offense.



Dobie, College Park and Bush have joined the conversation in Class 6A. In Class 5A, Magnolia took a tumble after getting rolled by Shadow Creek.



Say hello to Baytown Lee and Lamar Consolidated to the rankings.


CLASS 6A

TOP 20

1. Katy Tigers

2. North Shore Mustangs

3. Cy-Fair Bobcats

4. Westfield Mustangs

5. Tompkins Falcons

6. Klein Oak Panthers

7. Pearland Oilers

8. The Woodlands Highlanders

9. Atascocita Eagles

10. Dickinson Gators

11. Klein Collins Tigers

12. Travis Tigers

13. Tomball Memorial Wildcats

14. Dawson Eagles

15. Bridgeland Bears

16. Dobie Longhorns

17. Ridge Point Panthers

18. Cypress Ranch Mustangs

19. College Park Cavs

20. Bush Broncos

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