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The last three times the Klein Oak Panthers have played the Cypress Creek Cougars in Football, the Panthers have scored on the first play of the game.

And, this time, Ossam Cook's 70-yard run paved the way for the Panthers' 49-21 Region II-5A Division II victory.

"I think that set the tone for the whole game," said Klein Oak Football coach David Smith, whose team advance to the Region II-5A Division II semifinals for the second time in three years.

"Ossam's 70-yard run or whatever it was, was a pretty good tone. There is still four quarters of Football, but it was a great way to start."

The Panthers (10-1) play take on Lake Highlands in the regional semifinals at 3 p.m. on Saturday at Round Rock ISD Stadium. Lake Highlands (11-1) moved into the third round with a thrilling 28-27 win over John Tyler.

"Lake Highlands is very talented," Smith said. "They run the spread offense and they have a lot of speed."

Klein Oak is also talented. Panthers quarterback Andy Wilson rushed for 118 yards and passed for 135 before leaving the game against Cy Creek with a cramp in the second half. Brandon McClain came in relief to rush for two touchdowns.

"Andy is a general out there," Smith said. "He is organized and does a great job. Then, Brandon came on and finished it. He had 70 yards rushing."

Jeremy Mayweather, who also plays cornerback, relieved Cook, who went out in the second quarter with an ankle injury. Mayweather rushed for 144 yards and a touchdown.

Cook is expected to play against Lake Highlands.

Klein Forest falls to Cy Woods

The Klein Forest Golden Eagles ended their 2008 Football season 9-2 after falling to Cypress Woods 22-15 in a Region II-5A Division II playoff game.

Klein Forest tied the game 15-15 on Dominic Wilkins' 1-yard touchdown run and his ensuing two-point run with 7:51 left in the game. But Cy Woods quarterback Lucas DeVilliers scored the game-winning touchdown from four yards out with 6:39 to play.

Wilkins finished with 110 yards rushing and eclipsed the 1,000-yard rushing mark for the second straight season.

Vernon Rogers caught a 34-yard touchdown pass from Vernon Caldwell to give Klein Forest a 7-0 lead early in the first quarter.

Klein Forest's only other loss came against Klein Oak.

Concordia Lutheran on rampage

The Concordia Lutheran Lady Crusaders improved to 8-1 with a 66-42 victory over Class 4A Waller and 73-28 win over Scarborough.

Sophomore Taylor Schippers, who is one of the top guards in the Houston area, led the Lady Crusaders with 20 points against Waller and 10 against Scarborough. She set the club record for 3-pointers as a freshman

Spring moves to 4-1

The Spring Lions are showing signs they want another taste of the playoffs after opening the season with four wins in their first five boys basketball games.

Last week, Spring knocked off Galena Park 62-53 to improve to 4-1. Spring is pickedto challenge Tomball, Westfield, Klein Collins and Klein Forest for District 13-5A's four playoff spots.Spring's only loss through last Friday was 68-64 to Huntington.

Dekaney no slouch

Dekaney might be in its first year of varsity basketball, but one would never know it.

Dekaney has opened the 2008-2009 season with four wins it its first five games. It lost to Dallas Hillcrest in the McDonald's Invitational 43-28.

Klein Collins girls take consolation title

The Klein Collins Lady Tigers won the consolation title at the prestigious 32-team Texas Invitational with a 55-51 win over Fort Worth North Crowley.

The Lady Tigers, who also beat Dickinson 51-34 in the consolation semifinals, are 5-1.

Tomball opens with basketball wins

The Tomball Cougars opened their 2008-2009 basketball season with a 72-38 win over Magnolia West and 72-49 win over Cy-Fair. The Cougars are picked by many to win the District 13-5A basketball title.

Author:Fox Sports
Author's Website:http://www.foxsports.com
Added: November 30, 2008

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