Cy-Fair area basketball teams win divisional championships

A dozen college basketball teams in the Cy-Fair area have won divisional championships, Cy-Fair ISD announced in a March press release.

Overall, twelve CFISD seventh and eighth year A and B teams were crowned undefeated champions in all three divisions: East, West and Central.

Four schools won multiple championships across both grade levels to wrap up the 2021-22 season.

Hamilton Middle’s eighth grade girls B team went 6-0 to win the East Division title, their seventh grade girls A team went 6-0 to win the East Division title and the B team of seventh grade girls went 6-0 to win the East Division title.

Spillane Middle’s eighth grade girls A team went 5-0 to win the West Division title and their eighth grade girls B team went 5-0 to win the West Division title.

Labay Middle’s eighth grade Girls A team went 5-0 to win the Central Division title and their eighth grade Girls B team went 5-0 to win the Central Division title.

Anthony Middle’s seventh-grade girls A team went 5-0 to win the West Division title and their seventh-year girls B team went 5-0 to win the West Division title.

The Arnold Middle Grade 8 Girls A-Team went 6-0 to win the East Division title, The Rowe Middle Grade 7 Girls A-Team went 5-0 to win the East Division title. Central Division and Watkins Middle girls’ b team went 5-0 to win the Central Division title.

Lone Star Cup standings updated

The Interscholastic University League has released its second update for the 2022 Lone Star Cup, the organization announced in March.

The cup is awarded annually in all six classifications based on athletic and academic performance such as basketball, cross country, marching band, film, congress, volleyball, football, swimming and diving, wrestling and others.

In Class 6A, only one school in the Northwest Houston area made it into the top 25. Bridgeland High is tied with Arlington Martin for 15th place with 31 points.

Southlake Carroll leads the 6A standings with 83 points, The Woodlands is second (56) and Allen (50) edges out Austin Westlake (47) for third place.

Each winner will receive a $1,000 cash prize and the UIL Lone Star Cup trophy. All UIL participating schools are eligible for the cup.

The teams of the region win the playoffs

For the second consecutive year, a record number of 13 Cy-Fair ISD football teams have secured playoff berths.

Seven boys’ and six girls’ soccer teams qualified for the playoffs, including District 16-6A Langham Creek Champions and District 17-6A Cypress Creek Champions. On the girls side, Cypress Woods and Bridgeland were co-champions in District 16-6A.

The Lobos were joined by Cypress Ranch, Bridgeland and Cypress Lakes on 16-6A and the Cougars were joined by Jersey Village and Cypress Ridge.

The Lady Wildcats and Lady Bears were joined by Cypress Ranch and Cypress Falls. In 17-6A, Cypress Creek and Cy-Fair placed in the top four.

In District 15-6A, both women’s Tomball ISD soccer teams, Tomball High and Tomball Memorial, clinched playoff berths and were joined by league champions Klein ISD’s Klein High and Klein Oak.

On the boys’ side, three Klein ISD teams clinched playoff berths at Klein High, Klein Cain and Klein Forest while Tomball High won the league title.

In District 14-6A, only the boys from Westfield reached the playoffs, joined by Aldine High of Aldine ISD, league champions MacArthur and Nimitz.

On the girls’ side, the girls from Spring High and Westfield won playoff games alongside MacArthur, the league champions and Aldine.

alvaro.montano@chron.com

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