April 9, 2018
Cypress Woods High School junior Peri Ortiz (No. 12) walks off the field following the Wildcats’ 2-0 loss to Katy Tompkins in the Class 6A regional quarterfinals April 6 at Cypress Falls High School. The team became CFISD’s first girls’ soccer team to reach the regional quarterfinals since 2013.
April 9, 2018—CFISD concluded its boys’ and girls’ soccer seasons with the Cypress Ranch High School boys and Cypress Woods High School girls reaching the regional quarterfinals on April 6 where both were eliminated.
Cypress Ranch lost to Katy Tompkins, 0-0 (Cypress Ranch lost 3-1 in penalty kicks), on April 6 at Tomball Memorial High School. The Mustangs finished year as third-place district finishers and region quarterfinalists. They gave CFISD its second team to reach the third round or better in the playoffs in as many years and third time in four seasons.
Cypress Ranch High School sophomore Lineker Santos (right) and the Mustangs picked up two postseason wins, beating Houston Bellaire and Katy Seven Lakes before falling to Katy Tompkins in the regional quarterfinals. The Mustangs are CFISD’s second boys’ soccer team to reach the playoff’s third round or better in as many years.
Cypress Woods lost to Katy Tompkins, 2-0, on April 6 at Cypress Falls High School, ending the season as the District 17-6A champion and a regional quarterfinalist. In reaching the third round of the postseason, the Wildcats made history in becoming CFISD’s first girls’ soccer team to make the regional quarterfinals since 2013.