Katy runs through Cy Woods in area round
The Tigers got another solid performance from star running back Rodney Anderson, who turned in 236 yards and four rushing touchdowns on 25 carries. He had another touchdown on a 62 yard punt return that was a backbreaker for Cy Woods late in the second. Behind him, Kyle Porter added 24 carries for 189 yards and a score.
What actually started as a decent effort from Cy Woods against the defending state champions ended in a commonplace result for Katy.
"We hoped we could've run the ball a little bit better," Faith said. "We had a tough time upfront. Like I said, they're Cheap Jerseys really good. You have to give them a lot of credit."
Cy Woods had the game's first score on Nick Hooper's near interception turned touchdown pass to Mason Roberts for 24 yards. That was set up by Peter Garza's outstanding kickoff return to the Katy 30 yard line.
The Wildcats went into the second quarter tied with Katy at seven and went into halftime only behind 17 7.
The Wholesale Jerseys Tigers wore down Cy Woods, however, on both sides of the ball.
Katy sacked Hooper six times and Cy Woods' offense never really got going outside of the first quarter score. The Wildcats finished with 44 total yards of offense. All four of Cy Woods' turnovers were in the second half.
Citing Garza's kickoff return and the touchdown pass, Katy head coach Gary Joseph said Cy Woods made some impressive plays early on, but it didn't shake his team. Experience played a factor.
"That whole program has come a long ways," Joseph said of Cy Woods. "They're going to continue getting better. They do things the right way over there. It was a good ballgame. Our kids have been there a few more times than they have."
Katy has been a roadblock for most teams, but in particular, the Tigers have been a tough obstacle for 17 5A squads to hurdle. Katy ousted Cy Woods in the area round by 14 two years ago at the Berry Center. Last year, the Tigers knocked Langham Creek and Cy Ranch out of the playoffs.
Faith said facing Katy in theplayoffs is a litmus test.
"I enjoy playing them," he said. "It's a great measuring stickfor where we want our program to be. Next time we play them, hopefully our program will be equal to theirs. Right now, we've got a ways to go to be at that level."
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