Thursday Night Showdown Demo

Upcoming Scheduled Games

Thursday, September 14
Klein Collins Vs. Lamar
Del Mar Stadium —Houston, TX
As a result of Hurricane Harvey, this will be the season opener for both schools, and will also be one of the region’s and even state’s top non-district matchups.  Lamar is absolutely loaded with high profiled major collegiate recruits The Texans are ranked second in the region and among the top 15 schools in the state. Klein Collins is a perennial powerhouse in its own right, and is coming off a season in which it advanced to the Class 6A Division 1 State Semifinals.  This is a must see matchup!

Thursday, September 21
North Shore Vs. Manvel 7PM
Alvin ISD Yellow jacket Stadium, Stadium & College Drive, Alvin, TX 77511 Capacity 7,400
This game will also showcase one of  top early season matchups in the state. North Shore, out of the Galena Park ISD, is one of the state’s largest schools, having won the Class 6A State Football Championship two seasons ago.  Manvel, which is part of Alvin ISD, has been one of the state’s top football programs over the last five years and is ranked Number 1 in the Class 5A State Polls.  Both teams are loaded with major college division one talent.

Thursday, September 28
Cy Ranch Vs Cy Fair (SPECIAL 6:30PM)
Cy Fair FCU Stadium (BERRY CENTER) 8877 Barker-Cypress, Cypress, TX 77433 Capacity 11,000
We return to the Cy Fair Berry Center for an all Cy Fair ISD matchup between Cy Ranch and Cy Fair.  Both are large Class 6A programs with great fan bases. There should be several thousand on hand for this game.  As mentioned, Cy Ranch was a Class 6A State Finalist just three seasons ago, and is year in and year out one of the region’s top Class 6A programs.  Cy Fair is a tradition rich program that also ranks among the area’s top teams annually.

Thursday, October 5
Klein Oak vs. Klein Collins 7PM
Klein Memorial Stadium/Steubner Airlines at Louetta/ Klein, TX Capacity 9,000
This is always a big district showdown between a pair of Klein ISD rivals.  As is the case with most of our matchups, these are two schools with huge student bodies in Class 6A football. Klein Collins is a state wide powerhouse which advanced all the way to the Class 6A Division 1 State Semifinals just last season. Klein Oak is coached by former NFL standout Jason Glenn—which also makes for a nice storyline.

Thursday, October 12
Cinco Ranch Vs Katy Taylor
Legacy Stadium—Katy, TX Capacity 12,000 7PM
This will mark the first ever Live TV Broadcast at Katy ISD’S new 60 million dollar Legacy Stadium.  The game itself is a rematch of last year’s game on THE KUBE, where Taylor pulled out a dramatic upset victory.  But, Cinco Ranch ultimately advanced to the Class 6A State Semifinals.  This is a big rivalry between two large Class 6A football programs.

Thursday, October 19
Richmond Foster Vs. Rosenberg Terry 7pm
Traylor Stadium, 4606 Mustang Ave., Rosenberg, TX 77469  Capacity 12,000
Richmond Foster advanced to the Class 5A State Semifinals last season, and should enter the season highly ranked again this season.  Terry High advanced to the second round of the Class 5A playoffs last season.  This is a border war of sorts and a big rivalry between these Lamar Consolidated ISD schools.

Thursday, October 26
Cypress Ridge Vs Cypress Creek (Special 6:30 pm kickoff)
Pridgeon Stadium 11499 Bobcat Rd., Houston, TX  77064 (Northwest Houston) Capacity 11,000
Cypress Ridge is coming off a monumental season for the program having advanced to the Class 6A Division 1 Regional finals last year.  Cypress Creek is a perennial playoff team loaded with several collegiate prospects.  This is a big rivalry game as well.

Friday, November 2
RICE UNIVERSITY STADIUM—Rice Blvd. at Greenbriar, Houston, TX
They‘ve been playing this tradition rich rivalry for over 60 years, with historic Rice University Stadium as the setting since the 1970’s. Even the pre-game is loaded with tradition, with thousands of fans from both schools tailgating at the Rice Stadium parking lots.  Kinkaid owns a six game winning streak in this series.

Friday, November 10
St. Thomas vs. St Pius
St. Pius Parsley Field 811 W. Donovan Street, Houston, TX  77091
Much like the St. John’s –Kinkaid game, this is a big-time private school rivalry.  St. Pius stadium is expected to be overflowing with about 5,000 fans for the regular season finale.  This game decides the district championship virtually every year, and that should be the case again this season.  St.  Pius also features the Number One ranked junior quarterback in the nation.

Friday, November 17
Playoff Game 1  TBD

Friday, November 24
Playoff Game 2  TBD

Friday, December 1st
Playoff Game 3  TBD