Varsity Weekly Update - Kingwood v. Katy - 8/27/2015
Offensively, the Mustangs had lots of positive yards up the middle - a key aspect to success as we work through the remainder of the season. The passing game had bright spots as well, but the Mustangs will learn this week the importance of team offensive, and executing flawlessly, will result in many more first downs and touchdowns as we progress through the season.
Defensively, the Mustangs got caught on big passes, and quick running from the Tiger’s offensive. Again, aside from the score, there were many bright spots from the front 4, and linebacker core, and third level. Great reads and cut offs were executed, and many times the ends and tackles provided excellent pressure on the pocket, and tides of strength against the running game. The key to improvement will be utilizing talent in key offensive time, distance, and down situations, and maximizing focus on technique and team tackling.
The special teams did a GREAT job of creating positive yards on punt returns and kickoff returns, and on kickoffs and punts – all game long – this is really the bright spot we all expect more of as the season progresses.
This is a special group of men, and they showed amazing character and ferocity up until the final play of the game.
Keep up the spirit, keep the throttle down, and keep working hard Mustangs! WE LOVE YOU GUYS AND HAVE YOUR BACK ALL SEASON LONG!!!!!! WE HAVE AN AWESOME FOUNDATION…BUILD THE HOUSE!!!
GO GET YA WIN ON THIS FRIDAY!!!!!
“The Mustang Nation”
Kingwood Mustang Football team was selected by the Touchdown Club of Houston as the winner of the Class 6A Division of the 10th annual Comerica Bank Sportsmanship Award presented by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, reflecting honor and fair play for the 2014 Greater Houston high school football Season!
Finalists are selected by the Greater Houston Texas Association of Sports Officials, football division, who are the referees who call area high school football games. The refs fill out cards and rate schools on 1) actions of the team during each high school football game, 2) actions of the head coach, 3) actions of the support groups at the game, such as parents, band and pep squad, 4) respect for the American flag, and 5) a score based on the number of personal fouls and unsportsmanlike conduct fouls incurred during the game. The other finalists in Class 6A were Clear Creek, Cypress Ridge, Dekaney, Dobie, Hastings, Katy Taylor, Kempner, Klein, Langham Creek, Memorial, Morton Ranch, North Shore, Pearland and Tompkins.
This is a great honor that recognizes the sportsmanship of everyone involved and/or is supportive at our football games. This trophy is also for our community, our parents, the band, Fillies, Cheerleaders, and Student Council!