The Katy Tigers are the sixth High School Football America 100 national rankings to go into a two-week quarantine after a COVID-19 diagnosis inside their program. School officials made the announcement Thursday.
The varsity game between Katy and Tompkins (OTHS) high schools that had been tentatively rescheduled for Saturday, October 17 will now take place during Week 10 district competition, on November 27 at Legacy Stadium, 11:00 a.m. https://t.co/aVDJv5HAQN— Katy ISD Athletics (@KatyISDAthletic) October 15, 2020
As the tweet above states, the two will meet on November 27. Tompkins’ game against Clear Springs was postponed a couple of days after a positive COVID-19 test inside the Tompkins program.
The other Top 100 teams that have gone into quarantine this year are: No. 3 Lowndes (Georgia), No. 17 Allen (Texas), No. 27 Southlake Carroll (Texas), No. 29 Denton Ryan (Texas) and No. 54 Prosper (Texas)