Cypress Creek girls’ basketball team heads to regional tournament


CYPRESS TEXAS — The Cypress Creek High School girls’ basketball team will return to the Regional III-6A tournament for a second year in a row, while Cypress Ranch and Jersey Village high schools saw their seasons end in the regional quarterfinals.

Cypress Creek defeated Katy 71-41 on Feb. 19, sending the Cougars to the regional semifinals. They will face Humble Summer Creek at 6 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 22, at the Merrell Center (6301 S. Stadium Lane) in Katy. The winner will face the winner of Houston Westside and Humble Atascocita at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 23, back at the Merrell Center for the regional championship and berth in the UIL state tournament.

Cypress Creek is aiming for a second consecutive trip to the state tournament. The Cougars knocked off both Atascocita and Summer Creek in the regional tournament in 2018 on the way to state.

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Cypress Ranch was defeated by Pflugerville Hendrickson 56-41. The Mustangs finished as District 14-6A champions and regional quarterfinalists.

Jersey Village was defeated by Houston Westside 58-56. The Falcons finished as District 17-6A champions and regional quarterfinalists.

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