Bears, Bobcats win district titles; seven football teams enter playoffs

December 6, 2020

Seven teams make football playoffsCy-Fair High School running back L.J. Johnson, left, quarterback Carter Cravens and the Bobcats finished 7-0 to win the District 17-6A championship for the third time in four seasons. They will face Houston Westside on Thursday, Dec. 10 at 7 p.m. at Pridgeon Stadium. (Photo by Sasha Porter, Cy-Fair HS)

Dec. 6, 2020—CFISD wrapped up its football season Dec, 3, claiming two outright district championships and qualifying seven teams to the UIL Class 6A postseason.

Cy-Fair High School finished 7-0 in District 17-6A to claim an undefeated league championship for the second consecutive season. Bridgeland High School posted a 7-0 mark in District 16-6A, earning the program’s first-ever league title.

For Cy-Fair, it was the Bobcats’ third outright championship in four years.

1206 Football Playoffs 2 WEB.jpgBridgeland High School senior wide receiver Tyler Stott, right, and the Bears finished 7-0 to win the District 16-6A championship. They will play Klein Collins to open the playoffs, with the two set to meet Thursday, Dec. 10 at 7 p.m. at Cy-Fair FCU Stadium. (Photo by Jacob Grosch, Bridgeland HS)

Cypress Ranch High School finished one game behind Bridgeland with a 6-1 mark, while Cypress Woods High School posted a 5-2 mark in District 16-6A play. Cypress Park High School placed fourth with a 4-3 record to earn the program’s first postseason berth. All three join Bridgeland in advancing to the playoffs.

Cypress Ranch and Cypress Woods will be 16-6A’s Division I representatives, while Bridgeland and Cypress Park will participate in the Division II-6A bracket.

1206 Football Playoffs 3 WEB.jpgCypress Ranch High School junior running back Kameron Burton (No. 24) and the Mustangs will meet Klein Oak on Friday, Dec. 11 at 7 p.m. at Cy-Fair FCU Stadium.

In 17-6A, Spring Branch ISD’s Memorial High School finished in second place. Cypress Creek and Jersey Village high schools both posted 4-3 records in league play, with the Cougars placing third due to their head-to-head victory.

Cy-Fair and Jersey Village will be 17-6A’s Division I playoff teams, while Cypress Creek will participate in the Division II-6A bracket.

1206 Football Playoffs 4 WEB.jpgCypress Creek High School senior wide receiver Brazos Gadler and the Cougars will play Houston Heights to open the playoffs, with the teams meeting Saturday, Dec. 12 at 1 p.m. at Houston ISD’s Delmar Stadium. (Photo by Crystal Gooding, Cypress Creek HS)

The following bi-district playoff matchups are set for this week:

·       Bridgeland will play Klein Collins on Thursday, Dec. 10 at 7 p.m. at Cy-Fair FCU Stadium (8877 Barker Cypress Road);

·       Cy-Fair will clash with Houston Westside on Thursday, Dec. 10 at 7 p.m. at Pridgeon Stadium (11355 Falcon Road);

·       Cypress Park will face Tomball Memorial on Thursday, Dec. 10 at 7 p.m. at Tomball ISD Stadium (13620 Zion Road);

·       Cypress Woods will meet Klein Cain on Thursday, Dec. 10 at 7 p.m. at Klein Memorial Stadium (16607 Stuebner-Airline Road);

·       Cypress Ranch will play Klein Oak on Friday, Dec. 11 at 7 p.m. at Cy-Fair FCU Stadium; and

·       Jersey Village will meet Houston Bellaire on Friday, Dec. 11 at 7 p.m. at Houston ISD’s Delmar Stadium (1900 Mangum Road).

·       Cypress Creek will face Houston Heights on Saturday, Dec. 12 at 1 p.m. at Delmar Stadium.

1206 Football Playoffs 5 WEB.jpgCypress Woods High School senior defensive lineman Grant Ladner (No. 45) and the Wildcats will play Klein Cain in the postseason. The game is set for Thursday, Dec. 10 at 7 p.m. at Klein Memorial Stadium. (Photo by Paige Romig, Cypress Woods HS)

For games at Cy-Fair FCU and Pridgeon stadiums, ticketing procedures will be the same from the regular season. Online ticket sales for participating families will begin Dec. 6 and continue through Monday, Dec. 7. Any remaining tickets will be made available to the general public beginning Tuesday, Dec. 8. Tickets can be accessed on the cy-fairtix.com website.

For Cypress Park’s road playoff game Tomball ISD Stadium, tickets will be sold through Tomball ISD.

For Cypress Woods’ road playoff game at Klein Memorial Stadium, tickets will be sold through Klein ISD. Online sales begin at 8 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 7.

1206 Football Playoffs 7 WEB.jpgCypress Park High School junior running back Cameron King and the Tigers will play Tomball Memorial to open the playoffs, with the teams meeting Thursday, Dec. 10 at 7 p.m. at Tomball ISD Stadium.

Pre-sale tickets for games at Cy-Fair FCU and Pridgeon stadiums, and involving District 16-6A teams will be sold for $7 (adults) and $5 (students) apiece, while tickets at the gate will be sold for $10 apiece.

Tickets for the Cypress Creek and Jersey Village road playoff games at Delmar Stadium will be sold through Houston ISD and are $7 (adults and students). No tickets will be sold at the gate.

1206 Football Playoffs 6 WEB.jpgJersey Village High School senior linebacker Adin Wilson (No. 24), junior linebacker Gavin Wuthrich and the Falcons will face Houston Bellaire on Friday, Dec. 11 at 7 p.m. at Houston ISD’s Delmar Stadium.

Javascript Required

Sorry, this site does not work properly without JavaScript enabled. Please enable JavaScript or contact your local administrator.