Atascocita
The Eagles completed an undefeated District 22-6A season with a 42-7 victory over Humble on Friday at Turner Stadium. Quarterback Brice Matthews threw for 282 yards, including touchdown passes of 62 and 34 yards to Dylan Robinson, who caught four passes for 133 yards.

Matthews also ran 50 yards for another score as the Eagles extended a 14-7 halftime lead on touchdown runs of 6 and 22 yards by Quincy Thompson, who finished with 92 yards on 13 carries, and a 59-yard touchdown run by Tyras Winfield. A.J. Bobb led all receivers with six catches for 101 yards. Landon King grabbed five passes for 71 yards.  

The District 22-6A Champion Eagles, 8-0 in league play and 9-1 overall, open the Region III-6A Division I playoffs with Deer Park at 7 p.m. Friday in Turner Stadium.

Humble
The Wildcats fell 42-7 to Atascocita on Friday at Turner Stadium. Syn'Savier Sydney scored on a 1-yard run in the first quarter. Dexter Wyble threw for 129 yards and Zaveri Harris rushed for 104 yards on 28 carries.

Humble finishes the regular season with a record of 8-2 (6-2 in district play) and open Region III-6A Division II playoffs with C.E. King at 4 p.m. Saturday in Turner Stadium.

Huffman Hargrave
The Falcons completed their first-ever undefeated season with a 55-14 victory over Livingston at home on Friday. A.J. San Miguel found the end zone several times for the 10-0 Falcons, who open the playoffs at home with Furr in a 7 p.m. Thursday kickoff.

Kingwood
The Kingwood girls took second place at the UIL 6A Cross Country Championships on Saturday at Old Settler's Park in Round Rock. The Lady Mustangs compiled a score of 91 while Southlake Carroll took the team title with a score of 45.

Freshman Carly Ahrens led the way for Kingwood, finishing sixth overall in a time of 17 minutes, 54.72 seconds. Senior Rachel James ran 13th in 18:20.70 while sophomore Carson Parker (18:22.66) placed 16th, and freshman Rebecca Rhodes (18:34.58) ran 25th. Senior Daniela Wisniewski (18:42.95) rounded out Kingwood's top five finishers, placing 31st. 

Kingwood Park
Panthers quarterback Hudson Dezell ran for two touchdowns and threw for another in a 30-14 victory over Goose Creek Memorial in the regular season finale on Thursday at Turner Stadium. Dezell, who rushed for 136 yards and passed for 90 more, threw a 16-yard touchdown pass to Hudson Acosta before scoring on touchdown runs of 52 and 1 yard. Acosta, who rushed for 106 yards, also added a 26-yard touchdown run.

The 6-4 Panthers open the playoffs on Friday with a bi-district game against Friendswood.

 

Summer Creek
Senior Mykayla Mims finished 73rd overall with a time of 19 minutes, 02.87 seconds at the UIL Class 6A Cross Country Championships on Saturday at Old Settler's Park in Round Rock.

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