Kyle Porter scores five TDs as No. 14 Katy dominates Mayde Creek

Kyle Porter scores five TDs as No. 14 Katy dominates Mayde Creek

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Kyle Porter scores five TDs as No. 14 Katy dominates Mayde Creek

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Katy put together a dominant performance in a 52-0 victory (Photo: Diana Porter, TexasHSFootball.com)

Katy put together a dominant performance in a 52-0 victory (Photo: Diana Porter, TexasHSFootball.com)

 

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KATY, Texas – It’s hard to come into the Katy Tigers’ home stadium and win. It’s even harder after they are coming off a tough game in which they scratched out a 14-7 victory. Now add mums, ribbons, stuffed animals, cowbells and all that makes up a typical Texas high school Friday night homecoming game.

Put it together and No. 14 Katy didn’t have as much trouble Friday, running away with a 52-0 victory against Mayde Creek (Houston).

“Playing Katy is just like facing any other team in our district.  All teams are different in many ways, but I just go play and do my job to help this team, my brothers and this organization get a win, ” Mayde Creek fullback Ezra Bentancud said, when asked how they prepare for a game like this.

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Katy’s defense shut down every play of the Rams’ opening drive forcing a punt. Katy’s quarterback Garrett Doiron’s first touch resulted in a 46-yard pass to Tony Mullins and a lead Katy would never relinquish.

“Our offensive line blocked great, and so did my fullbacks and we executed well offensively,” Katy running back Kyle Porter said.

Porter was virtually untouchable as he rushed for five touchdowns and 150 yards in the first half.  Mayde Creek continued to struggle through the first half with Katy allowing only two first downs.

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Katy picked up where it left off in the second half with a 54-yard run in the third by Kadarius Page to take the Tigers lead to 49-0.

Mayde Creek’s Donovan Lee finished the game with 120 yards rushing and quarterback Anthony Alcoser had 14 attempts with 5 completions for a total of 56 yards and threw one interception. The Tiger’s defense held the Rams to a total of 168 yards and five first downs, while Katy managed 514 yards and 19 first downs.

“Our offense came out really strong, they executed all of their plays, the defense came through with a clutch, we got stops when we needed stops, manned up when we needed to man up and weren’t denied a good game and everyone did their job,” Katy defensive end Ryder Anderson said.

“We knew we had a better football team, we just needed to not have a letdown after last week. The kids came out and they prepared well. We executed pretty well in the first half, but in the second half we made some blunders, but that’s part of it.  I’m just glad a lot of kids got to play,” Katy coach Gary Joseph said.

Katy looks to be in familiar form, with what looks to be just a stumble last week against The Woodlands on their way back to the 6A state championship game.  The Tigers have out scored their opponents 169-7 through four games.

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