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VYPE Softball rankings powered by Barcelona Sports: Week 1

There should be no surprise on who starts at the top for Class 6A. Via VYPE

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The first softball rankings of the 2019 season are here from VYPE powered by Barcelona Sports.

There should be no surprise on who starts at the top for Class 6A as the defending state champions bring back a lot of weapons. Mikayla Garza and Katie Cimusz were fun to watch in their stellar freshman campaigns at Atascocita. Now time to see what they do as an encore.

Behind them The Woodlands is loaded again and watch out for Klein Collins. This team was on the verge of reaching the state tournament last season. They move into the same district as The Woodlands, which will make for some fun softball in 2019.

In Class 5A, the top team to start the year is Barbers Hill. The Eagles have all the pieces to make a run. Jessica Mullins (Texas State-commit) leads the crew in the circle and they have plenty of firepower at the plate in Sydney Hoyt (Texas A&M-Corpus Christi) and Rebecca Miller (Pitt). Expect for them to compete for a spot late in the season. Also a team to watch is Angleton. This team brings back a lot of talent from a 34-5 year and one it reached the Regional Finals.

This is going to be fun!

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Zach Cunningham is on his way out of Houston. Composite image by Jack Brame.

According to multiple reports, the Texans are waiving LB Zach Cunningham. Cunningham was benched last Sunday for disciplinary reasons, which reportedly stemmed from a missed COVID test. Cunningham was also benched for a quarter earlier in the season for breaking team rules.

According to Ian Rapoport, the Texans will have to eat his 12.8 million dollar cap hit next season.

Cunningham started in seven of the 10 games he’s played this season recording 67 tackles and a forced fumble. The Texans are at a point where there's hardly anyone left on the team that has any name recognition with what's left of the fan base. And now the Texans have another position that will have to be addressed this offseason.

Cunningham will likely command a lot of attention from other teams interested in his services.

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