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Beginning this fall, KUBE-TV Channel 57 will offer Katy ISD high school football fans the chance to watch the game in the comfort of their own home. Seven Lakes, Cinco Ranch, Morton Ranch and Katy high school games will all air on the Houston broadcast channel.

With the start of the new school year, The KUBE will kick-off its weekly coverage of high school sports with “Thursday Night Showdown,” which will feature eight high school football games during the season. Live coverage of each game will begin at 7 p.m. and will highlight some of the biggest high school football rivalries in the Houston area. The season will begin on Aug. 25.

Katy-area games to be shown include:

Sept. 29                Seven Lakes Spartans vs. Cinco Ranch Cougars
Oct. 6                    Katy Tigers vs. Morton Ranch Mavericks

Two additional playoff games will be aired with teams determined by ranking and division.

In addition live high school football coverage every Saturday and Sunday at 6 p.m., KUBE-TV will air “The High School SportZone,” a locally produced sports program dedicated to high school sports and hosted by veteran sportscaster Todd Freed, who has been covering Houston high school sports for more than a decade.  This fast-paced, 60-minute show offers all high school sports throughout the entire school year.

During the show, Freed, the recipient of two prestigious Lone Star Emmy Awards, including the Host/Producer of the Best Sports Show in Texas, will present action packed highlights and conduct compelling interviews with student athletes and coaches. In addition, each week, Freed will bring in a team that has demonstrated exceptional talent on the field or court for his “Team of the Week” segment. The team chosen for this honor distinguished itself with outstanding play and ability.

“It’s awesome to present a show that I believe is bigger and better than ever,” Freed says. “I’m confident high school fans across greater Houston are going to enjoy what they see — with 60 minutes of action-packed sports though the entire school year.”

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