At the helm of the Sterling Rangers is coach Robert Toomer, who was hired in late May a year ago.
Getting a late jump last May, Toomer came out of this spring football period excited about the progress his squad made looking towards the fall.
"I love the fact that we got to slow things down and really teach for the first time," Toomer said. "We weren't in a rush. Last year, the kids were trying to figure us out and we were trying to figure them out.
"This spring we competed in the weight room and on the track. We could see who could really play what positions and got a true evaluation of our program. We could really see our strengths and weaknesses."
Here is the best of the best in the private school realm. Kinkaid tops the group hands down. Back-to-back years the Falcons have reigned supreme in SPC 4A, winning yet another crown in 2018.
But can they do it again? Episcopal will have some thing to say about that. In TAPPS, there are a multitude of teams that will make noise again. Fans should be on the lookout for Baytown Christian, which won the TAPPS 6-man Division III State Championship a year ago and will be one to tangle with again in 2019. The other TAPPS state champion from Houston in 2018 was Katy St. John XXIII and we will see if either of these teams can go back-to-back.
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