The nation's third-ranked team had quite a feast the day
Thanksgiving on Friday.
According to the Houston Chronicle,
Katy High School (Texas)
scored on its first five possession and racked up 386 yards in a 49-0 Class 5A Division II area victory over Langham Creek at Reliant Stadium.
Langham Creek coach Todd Thompson told the Chronicle that Katy looks more than worthy of its national billing.
"If you make any mistake, they make you look bad," Thompson said. "We're probably not as bad as we played today. They made us look that way and they played a great football game. "
Langham Creek was coming off an eight-game win streak that including a 64-63 first-round playoff win against Cy Ranch.
That might have taken something out of the team, which was simply no match for Katy, which has outscored its last three opponents 237-13.
Katy (12-0) didn't give up a first down until the second quarter and gave up 159 total yards overall. Langham Creek had minus-15 yards rushing and came into the game averaging 447 yards of offense.
"You don't expect that kind of result," Katy coach Gary Joseph told the Chronicle. "It's a credit to the way our kids prepared."
Katy scored on its first four possessions thanks largely to three touchdown passes from Kiley Huddleston
. Adam Taylor
then went to work rushing 25 times for 190 yards and three touchdowns. Other touchdown scorers were Logan Lister
, Alex Fisher
and Rodney Anderson
, according to the Katy Times.