With just a couple of weeks to go in the season, VYPE has restructured its Class 6A Top 20. There has been some movement but honestly, the cream has risen to the top.
District titles are starting to get claimed, the Top 10 did see a little movement with Ridge Point jumping from five to three and Klein falling from No. 1 to No. 4 as the most dramatic shift.
The Top 4 is a tight race with a win here and a win there being the difference right now.
1) Pearland Dawson (Prev. 2) ** 36-4 Overall / 11 game winning streak
2) The Woodlands (Prev. 3) ** 40-3 Overall / 9-game winning streak
3) Ridge Point (Prev. 5) ** 39-4 Overall / 10-game winning streak
4) Klein (Prev. 1) ** 33-6 Overall / 1-game losing streak
5) Bridgeland (Prev. 4) ** 39-4 Overall / 7-game winning streak
6) Cinco Ranch (Prev. 6) ** 30-5 Overall / 20-game winning streak
7) Deer Park (Prev. 8) ** 33-8 Overall / 13-game winning streak
8) Cy-Fair (Prev. 9) ** 29-10 Overall / 2-game winning streak
9) College Park (Prev. 7) ** 24-4 Overall / 1 game winning streak
10) Katy (Prev. 10) ** 27-13 Overall / 2-game winning streak
Cy-Fair – Ed Pustejovsky's teams have always been known for four things – defense, run game and big tight ends and linemen.
It's a traditional form of football. Cy-Fair isn't flashy. They don't run what has become a now-traditional spread offense. Instead, it's power, power and more power.
Cy-Fair flexed its muscles again on Friday.
LJ Johnson rushed for 245 yards and four scores, tight end Bayne Tryon had two receptions for 83 yards and a score and Cy-Fair remained undefeated with a 37-20 victory over Cy Falls at Pridgeon Stadium.
"It's a big win but every wins a big win," Pustejovsky said. "It's about us improving on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of next week regardless of who we're playing. That's the only thing we can control and hopefully our kids have that mentality and they understand that and continue to improve."