March 26, 2019
The Cypress Ranch High School boys’ soccer team claimed the District 14-6A championship and will meet Austin Vandegrift in the bi-district playoffs on March 29.
March 26, 2018—The District 14-6A and District 17-6A soccer seasons concluded March 22, with the top four boys’ and girls’ teams on each side qualifying for the UIL playoffs that begin March 28.
Of the 16 possible playoff spots, 11 went to CFISD schools, making it the most in district history to enter the soccer postseason in one year.
The Cypress Woods High School girls’ soccer team clinched its second consecutive district championship and enters the postseason as 14-6A’s top playoff seed. The Wildcats will host Round Rock Westwood on March 28.
In 14-6A, Cypress Ranch High School claimed the boys’ championship, finishing with 45 points in league play to go into the playoffs as the district’s top seed.
Cypress Lakes High School placed second with 40 points, while Langham Creek High School tallied 33 points to finished in third place. Cypress Springs High School claimed the fourth seed with 28 points. The following playoff pairings are set for this week:
On the girls’ side, Cypress Woods clinched its second consecutive district championship and claimed 14-6A’s top playoff seed with 48 points.
Cypress Ranch was the district runner-up with 36 points, while Bridgeland High School placed fourth with 28 points to claim the program’s first-ever playoff berth. Tomball Memorial High School finished third. The following playoff pairings are set for this week:
Tickets for District 14-6A playoff games will be sold at the gate for $5 for adults and $3 for students.
The Cypress Ridge High School boys’ soccer team was among 11 CFISD programs to qualify for the soccer postseason. The Rams finished second in District 17-6A and will face Houston Chavez in the bi-district playoffs on March 29.
In 17-6A, Cypress Ridge High School was the highest-finishing boys’ team, placing second in the district with 27 points. Cypress Falls High School and Jersey Village High School each finished with 24 points in league play, with a district-approved tiebreaker giving the Golden Eagles the third seed and the Falcons the fourth seed. Spring Branch ISD’s Spring Woods High School finished in first place.
The following playoff pairings are set for this week:
On the girls’ side, Cy-Fair High School was CFISD’s lone playoff team after placing second with 40 points. Spring Branch ISD’s Memorial High School finished in first place, while Stratford High School and Northbrook High School finished third and fourth, respectively.
The following playoff pairing is set for this week:
Tickets for District 17-6A playoff games will be sold at the gate for $5 apiece (adults and students).