Apr 06, 2021
03 Nov, 2022
By Justin Hartojo
It's that time of the year again, the Texas High School playoffs are a week away. Now that most districts are locked in, we check out some potential Class 6A first-round matchups. We also see who needs big wins this week to secure there spot in the first round.
Matchups With Playoff Implications
District 13-6A: Willis (5-4) vs Oak Ridge (6-3), Friday Nov. 4th 7:00 at Woodforest Bank Stadium
New Caney, The Woodlands and Oak Ridge have all clinched playoff spots with New Caney going D2 and The Woodlands going D1 and Oak Ridge will depend on this game. Willis needs to beat Oak Ridge by nine points to a secure playoff spot and if this occurs then Oak Ridge would go D1. If Willis does not win the game or does not win by nine, then Conroe will secure the fourth playoff spot going D1 and Oak Ridge goes D2.
District 19-6A: Katy Jordan (5-4) vs Morton Ranch (6-3), Thursday Nov. 3rd 7:00 PM at Rhodes Stadium
Katy, Cinco Ranch and Tompkins have all clinched the playoffs with Katy going D2 and Cinco Ranch and Tompkins going D1. That leaves one last spot between two teams who play this week. Katy Jordan and Morton Ranch are both fighting for the last playoff spot in which either go D2. This would be a historic year for Katy Jordan to make the playoffs in their inaugural year of Class 6A play.
District 24-6A: Clear Lake (5-4) vs Brazoswood (6-3), Thursday Nov. 3rd 6:30 PM at Hopper Field Stadium
Clear Springs, Clear Falls and Dickinson have all clinched spots in the playoffs with Clear Springs and Dickinson going D1 and Clear Falls going D2. The fourth seed will come down to a big matchup between Clear Lake and Brazoswood. Which ever team wins will go D2.
POTENTIAL ROUND 1 MATCHUPS
D1- Region II
13-6A The Woodlands (8-2) vs 14-6A Nimitz (6-3)
13-6A Conroe (5-4)/ Oak Ridge (6-3) vs 14-6A Westfield (8-1)
15-6A Klein Cain (8-1) vs 16-6A Bridgeland (5-4)
15-6A Klein Collins (8-1) vs 16-6A Cy-Ranch (7-2)
D1- Region III
17-6A Cy-Fair (8-1) vs 18-6A Westside (3-6)
17-6A Jersey Village (7-2) vs 18-6A Lamar (7-2)
19-6A Cinco Ranch (6-3) vs 20-6A George Ranch (5-4)
19-6A Tompkins (7-2) vs 20-6A Ridge Point (8-2)
21-6A North Shore (9-0) vs 22-6A Pasadena Memorial (5-4)
21-6A Atascocita (7-2) vs 22-6A Deer Park (8-1)
23-6A Pearland (5-4) vs 24-6A Dickinson (6-3)
23-6A Alief Taylor (4-5) vs 24-6A Clear Springs (7-3)
D2- Region II
13-6A New Caney (9-0) vs 14-6A Eisenhower (4-5)
13-6A Oak Ridge (6-3)/Willis (5-4) vs Dekaney (6-3)
15-6A Tomball (6-3) vs 16-6A Cy Falls (6-3)
15-6A Tomball Memorial (5-4) vs 16-6A Cy Woods (6-3)
D2- Region III
17-6A Memorial (7-2) vs 18-6A Westbury (4-6)
17-6A Stratford (7-2) vs 18-6A Heights (6-3)
19-6A Katy (9-0) vs 20-6A Clements (4-5)
19-6A Katy Jordan(5-4)/ Morton Ranch (6-3) vs 20-6A Hightower (7-2)
21-6A Summer Creek (6-3) vs 22-6A South Houston (5-4)
21-6A C.E. King (5-4) vs 22-6A Channelview (7-2)
23-6A Shadow Creek (9-0) vs 24-6A Clear Lake (5/4)/ Brazoswood (6-3)
23-6A Dawson (5-4) vs 24-6A Clear Falls (7-2)
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The volleyball postseason is upon us and several Greater Houston Area programs have a legit shot at bringing home the UIL State Title in their respective classifications.
Here are VYPE's Top 6 teams and why.
GALLERY - The Fresh Faces of the UIL Playoffs
Cypress Ranch (Class 6A, Region II) – The Mustangs are nasty good… at 42-2 on the season, Ranch is athletic, powerful, well-coached and has that star to carry them. Bianna Muoneke is the best in H-Town at putting balls down for points and is also great on defense. The Texas A&M-commit plays with a chip on her shoulder and is an uber-competitor. Taylor Porter, Tya Lynch and Janyah Henderson have her back at the net. They are intimidating. Kirby Kliafas runs the offense from her setter spot and Gabby Eads helps out on defense. The ‘Stangs are a complete team and have a great shot at State.
Ridge Point (Class 6A, Region III) – It’s a power-sure in the land of the Panthers (37-7). Sydney Jordan, Kennedi Rogers and Carrington Cook make for one of the most explosive offenses in the state. Arissa Smith is a blocking machine and is helped out by Cameron Coleman. MacArthur transfer Emeli Maugututi’a has been a huge difference-maker at setter along with Taylor Jory. The Panthers ran through district play and are prepped for the postseason.
Tompkins (Class 6A, Region III) – The Falcons (36-3) have been hyped up before, but this year’s team seems to be their most complete ever. They will have a Ridge Point early in the bracket, but if they can get past the Panthers, look out. Cindy Tchouangwa is the hammer. She can crush the ball with a violent swing. Tendai Titley and Skylar Skrabanek also can be counted on for points. Brooklynn Merrell is a beast at keep the ball off the floor and Presley Powell distributes the ball on offense.
Grand Oaks (Class 6A, Region II) – Grand Oaks? Yes, the Grizzlies are for real and have some serious fire-power. At 37-9, Grand Oaks can score in bunches with the likes of sophomore Samara Coleman, freshman Halle Thompson and junior Jaele Auguste. Auguste has 150 blocks on the season and is a Florida-commit. Audrey Terry feeds the offense and Coleman and Cibeles Bothwell lock down the defense. Their only downside? Youth. They are scary young.
Fulshear (Class 5A, Region III) – The Chargers have been there, done that. Fulshear is led by one of the best in the business in Sydney Zimmerman and she put together a tough non-conference schedule to prepared for this run. Leading the way is outside Bailey Warren, libero Sydney Black and setter Addison Lednicky, who are all sophomores. They are fun to watch and their future is bright.
Barbers Hill (Class 5A, Region III) – The Eagles have an impressive record (38-6), but are they playoff ready? Barbers Hill is one to watch, however, with middle Avery Wilks, setter Peyton Fadal and libero Mia Rivers. Jace Meredith, Peyton Spahn and Chloe Morgan are going to need to play big for the Eagles to get deep in the Regional Tourney.
Other Teams to Watch: Bellville, The Woodlands, Friendswood, Manvel
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31 Oct, 2022
It was a wild weekend in Class 5A as a soggy Friday night made for some interesting upsets.
Manvel, Barbers Hill and Magnolia West took losses, while Angleton got back in the Top 10 conversation.
Don't look now but there are a couple of huge matchups this weekend as No. 2 FB Marshall faces No. 8 Dayton and No. 4 Fulshear plays No. 7 Foster in district play.
VYPE's Class 5A Top 10
No. 1 Lake Creek –Open
No. 2 FB Marshall – Crushes Galena Park 47-0
No. 3 Galveston Ball – It was ugly - 83-0 over Northside
No. 4 Fulshear – Grinds out huge win over Manvel 9-7
No. 5 Angleton - Beats Mag West 22-21 to lead district
No. 6 Manvel – Lost to Fulshear in defensive battle 9-7
No. 7 Foster – Handled Magnolia 56-21
No. 8 Dayton – Doubles up Willowridge 57-21. Big game with FB Marshall looming
No. 9 Kingwood Park – Open
No. 10 Magnolia West – Falls to Angleton in tight one 22-21
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