Willie Eldridge (blue 5) breaks past the Hendrickson Hawk defense on his first of two touchdowns of the night. The Cy Ranch Mustangs won their bi-district championship Friday night (Nov. 16, 2018) and will face Spring Westfield after Thanksgiving. (Cypress News Review photo by Creighton Holub)
Willie Eldridge (blue 5) breaks past the Hendrickson Hawk defense on his first of two touchdowns of the night. The Cy Ranch Mustangs won their bi-district championship Friday night (Nov. 16, 2018) and will face Spring Westfield after Thanksgiving. (Cypress News Review photo by Creighton Holub)

Starting with last school year (2018-2019), the University Interscholastic League was forced to split the 12 Cypress Fairbanks ISD high schools into two districts for all sports and academic competitions.

The UIL not only split Cypress into two districts, but also put them into separate regions — enabling the chance for two Cypress teams to meet as late as the last two rounds of the playoffs.

Click the link to see how the Cypress schools compare to their district competition.

District 14-6A, Region II

CFISD HS #12 – 2,552

Cy Lakes – 3,523

Cy Park – 2,436

Cy Ranch – 3,116

Cy Springs – 3,024

Cy Woods – 3,547

Langham Creek – 3,128

Bryan – 2,344

Tomball Memorial – 2,247

 

District 17-6A, Region III

Cy-Fair – 3,529

Cy Creek – 3,362

Cy Ridge – 3,119

Cy Falls – 3,499

Jersey Village – 3,527

Spring Branch Memorial – 2,737.5

Spring Branch Northbrook – 2,876.5

Spring Branch Spring Woods – 2,340.5

Spring Branch Stratford – 2,273

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