Mikayla Hill (33) blocks Klein's Desiree Fields (14) with the help of Jaeda Larry (23) during the Cy Ranch Lady Mustang's bi-district victory over the Klein Lady Bearkats on Monday, Feb. 14, 2022 at Cy Ranch High School. (Cypress News Review photo by Creighton Holub)
Mikayla Hill (33) blocks Klein's Desiree Fields (14) with the help of Jaeda Larry (23) during the Cy Ranch Lady Mustang's bi-district victory over the Klein Lady Bearkats on Monday, Feb. 14, 2022 at Cy Ranch High School. (Cypress News Review photo by Creighton Holub)
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CYPRESS — The Cy-Fair, Cypress Creek, Cypress Ranch and Cypress Springs high school girls’ basketball teams advanced past the bi-district round of the UIL Class 6A playoffs and move on to the area round, while Cypress Lakes and Langham Creek high schools concluded their seasons.

Cy-Fair High School defeated Houston Lamar, 50-49. The Bobcats advance to face Katy Seven Lakes at 6 p.m. on Feb. 18 at Spring Branch ISD’s Don Coleman Coliseum (1050 Dairy Ashford Road).

Cypress Creek High School defeated Houston Westside, 70-54. The Cougars advance to face Fort Bend Dulles at 7 p.m. on Feb. 17 at Katy ISD’s Merrell Center (6301 S. Stadium Lane).

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Cypress Ranch High School defeated Klein, 44-24. The Mustangs advance to face Conroe Grand Oaks at 6 p.m. on Feb. 18 at Klein Cain High School (10201 Spring Cypress Road).

Cypress Springs High School beat Klein Cain, 48-33. The Panthers advance to face Conroe at 6 p.m. on Feb. 17 at Klein Oak High School (22603 Northcrest Dr.).

Tickets for all games are $5 each (adults and students).

Cy-Fair game tickets will be sold at the door for cash only. Cypress Creek game tickets will be sold online through Katy ISD. Cypress Ranch and Cypress Springs game tickets will be sold online through Klein ISD.

Langham Creek High School was defeated by Klein Collins, 43-42. The Lobos were District 16-6A’s third seed and finished the season as bi-district finalists.

Cypress Lakes High School was defeated by Tomball Memorial, 47-39. The Spartans were District 16-6A’s fourth seed and finished the season as bi-district finalists.

 

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