Thaddrick Johnson (17) and Khaliq Abdul-Mateen (5) celebrate a 38-yard touchdown pass as Chris Harris (84) and Quintavien Smith (3) head to congratulate the score. The Cy-Lakes Spartans defeated the Cy-Park Tiger football team, 54-7, at the Cy-Fair FCU Stadium Sat., Sept. 15, 2018. (Cypress News Review photo by Creighton Holub)
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CYPRESS — After six weeks of Texas high school football, only two Cypress teams remain undefeated, and one of them is not the reigning state champion.

Since the UIL split Cypress-Fairbanks ISD into two districts back in February, Cy Ranch and Cy Falls will not meet in the regular season, so there’s the chance that Cypress might have two undefeated teams going into the playoffs.

Right now, the Mustangs and Golden Eagles are both perfect in league play at 4-0, and undefeated in 2018, both at 6-0.

District 17-6A

Jersey Village is also undefeated in District 17-6A, but will have to battle Cy Falls on Oct. 19 in Ken Pridgeon Stadium.

However, the Falcons will first have to hold back the reigning champs as Cy-Fair looks to bounce back this Friday night at 7 p.m. This Friday is also Jersey Village’s homecoming game.

A Falcon win would then undoubtedly turn their Week 8 match up with Cy Falls into the District 17-6A title game. However, should the Bobcats trounce Jersey Village, combined with Jersey Village upending Cy Falls a week later, the northern district would then have a messy three-way claim for the district title. If that were to happen, luckily we have four teams in playoffs, and then it would only be a matter of playoff slots instead of playoff berths.

District 14-6A

The Mustangs are in control of their destiny with only four more games left in the regular season, standing at a perfect 6-0 and 4-0 in league action.

Cy Woods can hold onto it’s No. 2 seeding also, currently at 3-1 in league play and 4-2 overall.

The 10 games over 11 weeks creates a kink in rankings as Tomball Memorial has only played five games so far, compared to most of the district competition. But as it stands today, they’re sitting at No. 3. The schedules will even out soon, and then we’ll know how well Tomball compares to Cy Lakes and Langham Creek.

Speaking of the Spartans and Lobos, they’re tied for fourth place at 2-2 in league play. Overall records don’t count toward playoff berths, but Cy Lakes is a game ahead at 3-3, while Langham Creek is at 2-4.

Cy Lakes battles Tomball this Thursday at the CyFair FCU Stadium, if both Cy Lakes and Langham Creek keep winning, their tie-breaker comes Oct. 26. That bout could be the playoff clencher for either team.

District 14-6A standings (after Week 6)
Rank. Team, League record, Overall record
1. Cy Ranch, 4-0, 6-0
2. Cy Woods, 3-1, 4-2
3. Tomball Memorial, 2-1, 4-1
4t. Cy Lakes, 2-2, 3-3
4t. Langham Creek, 2-2, 2-4
6t. Bryan, 1-2, 2-3
6t. Cy Springs, 1-2, 2-3
8. CFISD HS #12, 1-3, 2-4
9. Cy Park, 0-3, 0-5

District 17-6A standings (after Week 6)
Rank. Team, League record, Overall record
1. Cy Falls, 4-0, 6-0
2. Jersey Village, 4-0, 5-1
3t. Cy-Fair, 2-1, 4-1
3t. Cy Ridge, 2-1, 4-1
5. Cy Creek, 2-2, 2-4
6. Stratford, 2-2, 4-2
7. Memorial, 0-3, 1-4
8. Spring Woods, 0-3, 0-5
9. Northbrook, 0-4, 0-6

Week 6 final scores:
District 14-6A
Langham Creek def. Tomball Memorial, 28-21
Cy Woods def. Cy Lakes, 63-55
Cy Ranch def. Cy Park, 51-10
Bryan def. CFISD HS #12, 42-21
District 17-6A
Cy Falls def. Cy-Fair, 14-7
Stratford def. Northbrook, 43-0
Jersey Village def. Memorial, 56-27
Cy Creek def. Spring Woods, 77-0

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