Thursday Night Showdown

TNS Scheduled Games

Thursday, August 30—Week 1 (7PM)
Clear Lake vs. Manvel

Alvin ISD Freedom Field– 10855 County Road 65, Iowa Colony, 77853 (Capacity 10,000)
This will mark the inaugural game at Alvin ISD Freedom Field. The new multi-million dollar 10,000 seat stadium is part of Alvin ISD’s new Heritage Complex. As for the game itself, Manvel is a perennial statewide powerhouse and literally came up one yard shy of winning the Class 5A State Championship last year. The Clear Lake Falcons are a large Class 6A program, returning several key players and Division 1 College recruits from last year’s playoff team. Clear Lake is part of the Clear Creek ISD. Should be a special night for the first ever game at the new Freedom Field.

Thursday, September 6 (7PM)
Klein Oak Vs. Cy Creek

Pridgeon Stadium 11499 Bobcat Road, Houston, 77064 (Capacity 11,000)
This is a traditional early season rivalry between two large Class 6A schools. It’s Klein ISD vs. Cy Fair ISD. Both teams typically field strong squads year in and year out. Klein Oak is a playoff team from last season and is expected to be especially tough this coming season.

Thursday, September 13 (7PM)
North Shore Vs Spring Westfield

Leonard George Stadium/I-45 at Cyresswood Drive, Spring, TX (Capacity 8,000)
This is a big time matchup between two large Class 6A powerhouse football programs. Both teams are loaded with major college football recruits, and this has the makings of one of the state’s best early season matchups. North Shore, out of the Galena Park ISD, won the Class 6A Division 1 State Championship just three seasons ago. Westfield has consistently made deep runs in the Class 6A Division 1 playoffs. As the venerable Keith Jackson would be apt to say—“This should be a barnburner!”

Thursday, September 20 (NOTE EARLY TIME—6:30PM)
Langham Creek vs. Cy Woods

Cy Fair FCU Stadium 8877 Barker Cypress Road, Cypress, TX 77433 (Capacity 11,000)
This should be another great match up between two large Class 6A programs. Langham Creek features one of the state’s top quarterbacks, and is coming of a season in which it advanced to the 6A Regional Finals—a game we televised last season in our finale at Cy Fair FCU Stadium. Cy Woods is expected to be really good this year, and this should be a huge clash between Cy Fair ISD rivals.

Thursday, September 27 (7PM)
Galveston Ball vs. Richmond Foster

Traylor Stadium, 4606 Mustang Ave., Rosenberg, TX 77469 (Capacity 9,000)
Richmond Foster has been one of the regions and even state’s top Class 5A programs the last several seasons. Galveston Ball is coached by former University of Houston star and NFL All-Pro Kimble Anders.

Thursday, October 4 (7PM)
Cy Fair-Cy Falls

Pridgeon Stadium 11499 Bobcat Road, Houston, 77064 (Capacity 11,000)
The Cy Fair Bobcats are the defending Class 6A Division II State Champions with several returning starters from last year’s team. Cy Falls is a big rival and is expected to have an excellent team season. This should be another outstanding matchup involving high quality Cy Fair ISD football program.

Thursday, October 11 (7PM)
Spring Vs. Aldine Davis

W.W. Thorne Stadium 1865 Aldine Bender Rd., Houston 77032 (Capacity 10,000)
We’re off to Aldine ISD’s Thorne Stadium for a big district opening matchup between a pair of large Class 6A programs. This game matching Spring ISD vs Aldine ISD. Spring is coming off an especially big season, while both teams were in the post-season playoffs last season.

Thursday, November 1 (Early Kickoff—630PM)
Sugar Land Dulles vs Fort Bend Elkins

Hall Stadium—Missouri City
A Thursday night Showdown between Sugarland and Fort Bend that will kickoff at 6:30. Don’t miss it live on KUBE57.

Friday, November 2 (Special Friday Night Edition—730PM)
St. John’s Vs. Kinkaid

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 seven game winning streak in this series.

Thursday, November 8 (NOTE EARLY TIME—6PM)
Katy Taylor Vs Katy

Legacy Stadium 1818 Katy Hockley Cut-Off Rd, Katy, TX (Capacity 10,000)
The eight time state champion Katy Tigers are again fully expected to field one of the state’s top teams and make another run at a state championship. The program also continues to have one of the state’s largest fan bases. Last year, THE KUBE broadcasted the first ever game at Katy ISD’s 12,000 seat Legacy Stadium, so, this will mark the second ever television broadcast from the 70 million dollar complex. Katy Taylor vs Katy is a rivalry that dates back several decades between two of the original Katy ISD schools.

Friday November 23
Playoff Game 1 TBD

Friday December 7
Playoff Game 2 TBD