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Winter is coming! As we get back to the fields of play, let's take a look at what we have to look forward to in Lamar Consolidated ISD.
By Andy Tolbert
Sophomore Jax Medica had a breakout season for the Fulshear Chargers this season. The WR was the leading pass-catcher and Jackson Edge's favorite target.
By FB Herald
Sure, Cody Jackson gets all the headlines at Foster and for good reason. But Ethan Newton pitched in big-time this season with over 500 yards this year. The Falcons won their district.
Lamar Consolidated struggled this season but one of the Mustangs' bright spots coming back is QB Dylan Garrett. Garrett threw for over 1,300 yards as a junior.
Davion Jenkins of George Ranch was instant offense all year. He was tremendously versatile as a rusher, receiver and return man. The senior helped lead the Longhorns to the postseason.
How about the Terry Rangers? The Rangers got into the postseason in a tough district. Need a short distance reception? Terrence Harrold is your guy. The TE had over 300 yards receiving.
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Coach Kiah Johnson of Lamar Consolidated
VYPE highlights five sports figures from Lamar Consolidated ISD in this edition of LCISD Headliners presented by
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Andrew Reid is a 6-foot righty who was on the cusp of a break-out season for the Longhorns. While the season was cut short, Reid's career will go on as he signed with New York University to play ball. He was also named a National Hispanic Scholar.
The superstar receiver from Foster was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys with the 17th overall pick in the NFL Draft last weekend. CeeDee Lamb put Foster on the map a few years back as coach Shawn McDowell's program turned the corner. Lamb starred at Oklahoma where he torched the Big 12.
There is a new sheriff in town as Kiah Johnson takes over as the head coach at Lamar Consolidated. He was the head track coach, special teams' coordinator and linebackers coach. He played his college ball at Texas A&M-Kingsville and then for the Chicago Bears.
The BF Terry soccer team won District 24-5A in a shortened season. They were led by Bryan Rivas, who was the District Offensive MVP. Rivas was an explosive scorer over his career for the Rangers.
Truman Bexley anchored the back-end of the Fulshear defense. His solid play garnered him an offer to Sam Houston, where he signed on National Signing Day. He showed off his wheels on the Charger track team as well.