The Katy Tigers Roll Langham Creek 49-0
November 27, 2012By Doug Johnson of The Grind
by: Thomas Lott
The Katy Tigers kept on rolling this weekend as they took down the
Katy forced a three and out on the first series of the game and scored soon after on a 3-yard touchdown run by Adam Taylor who recently committed to Nebraska to play football next year. And when Katy steps up and takes the lead, they know exactly what to do from there, and Isaiah Brown loves to be the one who leads the attack.
On the ensuing possession after Taylor' touchdown, Brown picked off a pass from Langham Creek's quarterback Conner Feist and took it down to the 10-yard line of the Lobos.
On the next play, Katy quarterback Kiley Huddleston found Alex Fisher from 10-yards out for his first touchdown pass of the game and 14th of the season.
After that, all Katy did was force two more three and outs and score two more touchdowns to close out the first quarter.
Huddleston found Logan Lister from five yards out to stretch the Katy lead to 21-0 and then found Rodney Anderson from 12-yards out to bring the score to 28-0, which is how the first quarter would end.
At that point, the Lobos had completely abandoned their running game and Matt Dimon simply pinned his ears back and went after Feist play, after play, after play.
He finished the day with a sack and a tackle-for-loss, but he was forcing Feist to throw early and took him completely out of rhythm for the rest of the time he was in the game.
Katy added another touchdown on a one-yard touchdown from Taylor in the second quarter, but that was all the scoring they would do in the half. But that doesn't mean that the defense was done making impact plays. Kyle Fulks has been playing more and more at corner as the season has gone along and he is doing his best to match Brown pick-for-pick with every opportunity he gets on defense.
He added his second interception of the season, his second in two weeks, in the waning moments of the second quarter just to put an exclamation point on the Tigers' defensive performance.
In the second half, it was all about Taylor. He simply took the ball up the middle and dominated at the point of attack throughout the half. He added his third touchdown of the game with a touchdown on the first drive of the second half and the Tigers were more than sure that they were coming away with a "W".
Taylor finished the day with 25 carries for 190 yards and three
Rodney Anderson was not to be outdone, however, as he added his second touchdown of the game in the third quarter, this one on the ground from five-yards out.
Anderson eclipsed the 1,000 total yard mark in the game and now has 19 touchdowns of his own on the season.
Katy's defense did not give up a point for the rest of the game, as they would finish with a 49-0 victory. This is their first shut out since their district match-up with the Memorial Mustangs a year ago.
Next up for the Tigers is a rematch of last year's third round as they are set to take on the La Porte Bulldogs.
The two teams will face off at 11 a.m. at Reliant Stadium Saturday morning.
Here is the highlight video.