Bearkats clinch playoff berth with win over Cavaliers
Klein (6-4, 5-3) beat College Park 49-10, last Thursday, at Woodforest Bank Stadium to clinch the fourth seed and last playoff spot in District 15-6A.
Wide receiver Tyson Thompson led the way with 300 all-purpose yards and four touchdowns, including five catches for 193 yards and three 3 touchdowns, a 79-yard punt return and two interceptions.
The Bearkats outscored College Park 35-10 in the first half.
Thompson scored on a 70-yard pass from Bryce Corriston, Corriston on a pair of 1-yard runs and Thompson on catches of 50 and 56 yards from Corriston.
In the third quarter, Omaric Battles scored on a 68-yard run and Thompson’s fourth score, a punt return, made it 49-10.
Corriston finished with 229 passing yards and five touchdowns and Battles had 146 rushing yards and a score.
The Bearkats will take on Westfield next Friday, 7 p.m., at Leonard George Stadium in the Bi-District round.
In volleyball, the Bearkats beat Oak Ridge in the regional quarterfinals, Nov. 6, and lost to Prosper the following Friday in the regional semifinals.
Klein Oak | Klein Cain
Klein Oak (8-2, 6-2) beat Klein Cain 49-7 (2-8, 1-7), last Friday, at Klein Memorial Stadium.
The Panthers scored first on A.J. Roberts’ 18-yard fumble recovery and on Keon Jones’ 20-yard pass from Montrell Bolton in the first quarter.
Drew Lewis’ 9-yard run made it 21-0 at halftime.
In the third quarter, Domenic Morris scored on a 45-yard interception return, Chase Yokely on a 22-yard pass from Bolton and Jamal Stephens on an 11-yard run.
Troy Smith scored on a 8-yard run in the fourth quarter to make it 49-0.
The Hurricanes got on the board on Noah Dunbar’s 9-yard run.
The Panthers finished with 443 total yards, including 276 rushing yards, to the Hurricanes’ 183 total yards.
The Panthers face Spring next Saturday, 1 p.m., at Leonard George Stadium in the Bi-District round.
The Hurricanes close their first varsity football season with a 1-7 district record.
Klein Forest (1-9, 0-8) lost to The Woodlands 63-7, last Thursday, at Klein Memorial Stadium.
The Highlanders outscored the Golden Eagles 28-7 in the first half and scored 14 points in the third quarter and 21 in the fourth.
Jones Delvin scored on a 1-yard run for Klein Forest’s only score.
The Golden Eagles close the regular season at 0-8 in District 15-6A.
Klein Collins (9-1, 7-1) was coming off a bye-week and closed the regular season at 7-1 in District 15-6A and a share of the district title.
The Tigers take on Eisenhower next Friday, 7 p.m., at Klein Memorial Stadium in the Bi-District round.
In volleyball, the Tigers lost to The Woodlands in the regional quarterfinals, Nov. 5.
Northland Christian (4-6, 3-2) lost to The Woodlands Christian Academy 53-20, last Friday, at The Woodlands.
The Cougars face Texas School for the Deaf, next Friday, 7 p.m., at Texas School for the Deaf in the first round of the playoffs.
In volleyball, the Cougars beat The Woodlands Christian Academy in a five-set in the TAPPS 4A state semifinals, Nov. 9, and lost to Arlington Grace Prep 3-0 in the 4A title game the following day.