Gate open at 6pm
General Admission is $10/Adult & $5/Youth, Under 6 free
Visitors entrance and parking on East Side
NO: Smoking, Outside Food, Tobacco, Gum, Pets, Noice Makers, Skate or Scooters allowed in the Stadium.
Parking is allowed in makred spots at St. Agnes Academey. NO PARKING allowed in any neighboring shopping centers including Fiesta.
FOOTBALL: 255 Football Players Earn Academic All-District Recognition
Nov. 30, 2015—Two-hundred fifty-five student athletes from all 10 CFISD high schools qualified for the Academic All-District 17-6A Football Team, released Nov. 30.
Football players named to the academic all-district team finished the season in good standing and earned a composite weighted grade point average of 5.5 or higher for all classes for the two identified six weeks that make up the majority of their regular season.
FOOTBALL: Football Playoffs Continue for Three CFISD Teams
Nov. 14, 2015—Three CFISD football teams won their Region III-6A bi-district playoff games to advance to the area playoffs next week.
In the Division II bracket, Cypress Ranch High School defeated Memorial, 44-13, on Nov. 13 at the Berry Center. The Mustangs advance to meet Katy on Nov. 20 at 7 p.m. at Tully Stadium (1050 N. Dairy Ashford Road).
Cypress Creek High School beat Aldine Davis, 34-32, on Nov. 13 at Thorne Stadium. The Cougars will meet Strake Jesuit on Nov. 20 at 7 p.m. at Crusader Stadium (8900 Bellaire Blvd.).
FOOTBALL: Football Playoffs Begin Nov. 13
Nov. 7, 2015—The District 17-6A football season concluded on Nov. 7 with four CFISD teams placing atop the standings to qualify for the University Interscholastic League (UIL) Region III-6A playoffs.
Cypress Ranch High School was the District 17-6A champion, with an undefeated 9-0 record. Cypress Falls High School (7-2) was the runner-up, with Cypress Creek (6-3) and Cy-Fair high schools tying for third place.
FOOTBALL: Klein Oak wins turnover battle, defeats Cy Creek
By Cameron Brock firstname.lastname@example.org
Cypress Creek Mirror
KLEIN - The Panther defense forced seven turnovers vaulting Klein Oak to a 38-28 victory against Cy Creek Thursday at Klein Memorial Stadium.
Oak (2-0) defensive lineman Noah Clark forced two fumbles and defensive back Chris Garcia returned an interception for a touchdown. The Oak defense sacked Cy Creek (0-1) quarterback Luke Allen three times and recovered four fumbles.