Katy Paetow rolled the dice Friday at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, to win its first-ever Texas high school football championship.
After battling College Station to a 21-21 tie in regular in the Class 5A Division I championship game, College Station took a 24-21 lead on a field goal to open overtime. After converting a 4th-and-inches, Jacob Brown scored the game-winning touchdown for the Panthers.
1st and Goal from the 2, the call was "Go for it"— Bally Sports Southwest (@BallySportsSW) December 18, 2021
SPOILER ALERT: @PaetowFootball WENT FOR IT 🤯
First time in school history, Katy Paetow is the UIL State Championship 5A Division I Champ in OT! @JackBox | @uiltexas | #UILState | #UILonBally pic.twitter.com/TrvMGVhS0o
Jacob Brown (Katy Paetow) earned Championship Game Offensive MVP with 112 rushing yards and the game-winning TD.— Texas UIL (@uiltexas) December 18, 2021
Kentrell Webb (Katy Paetow) earned Championship Game Defensive MVP with a team-high 8 tackles (1 TFL) and 1 INT.#UILState pic.twitter.com/kOEsJ7l3Ty
The 27-24 win closes-out Katy Paetow’s season with a 15-1 mark. The loss was the first of the year for College Station, which also finishes 15-1.