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CYPRESS — And then there were four.

The No. 4 Katy Tigers ended Jersey Village’s playoff run Friday afternoon with a 58-14 decision.


However, Cy-Fair and Cy Creek walked out their second round playoff bouts with solid victories. The reigning state champion Bobcats shutout Ridge Point, 31-0, while the Cougars overcame Katy Taylor, 24-14.

Cypress high school football teams accounted for seven of the possible eight playoff berths from Districts 14-6A and 17-6A. From those seven, five survived the first round of the playoffs and took home bi-district championships.

Starting this Black Friday and continuing on Small Business Saturday, those five teams will go against some of the toughest football teams in Texas.

— Saturday, Nov. 24, 2018 —

• On Small Business Saturday, Cy Falls takes the field first as they battle Katy Tompkins at Ken Pridgeon Stadium at 1 p.m. The Golden Eagles made a strong showing with a 40-14 decision over Westside. Tompkins overcame Fort Bend Elkins, 35-20.

• Then District 14-6A champion Cy Ranch goes against Spring Westfield at Thorne Stadium (1865 Aldine Bender Rd, Houston, TX 77032) at 2 p.m. for an area championship. The No. 8 Mustangs overcame Pflugerville Hendrickson, 24-10, and Westfield defeated Klein, 10-6.


Area-round playoff ticket sale information is as follows:

Cypress Ranch High School

  • All tickets sold at the gate will be $10 apiece.
  • No online tickets will be sold for this game.

Cypress Falls High School

  • All tickets sold at the gate will be $10 apiece.
  • Beginning on Wednesday, Nov. 23 at 8 a.m., all unsold reserved tickets will be available for on-line sale at

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