Thursday, August 29, 2013

KUBE 57 high school football live coverage schedule fall 2013

KUBE 57 is the place for Houston-area high school football with Thursday Night Showdown

Wherever you find Todd Freed on the Houston TV dial, you are sure to find extensive high school football coverage.

Now that Freed is on The KUBE, channel 57 is the place for some Thursday Night Showdown high school pigskin action.

Every Thursday at 7pm, fans can catch the most exciting high school football matchups in the Greater Houston area, only on The KUBE 57. New to the Thursday Night Showdown this year is a 30-minute pre-game show, which highlights the fans and community of the weekly teams.

[SEE: KUBE 57 fall TV schedule 2013]

Thursday, August 29
Cinco Ranch Vs Cy Ranch @ Berry Center
It’s not another ordinary “Day at the Ranch” when these two large Class 5A teams face off at the state of the art Berry Center in Cy Fair. Cinco Ranch is a perennial playoff team from the Katy ISD. Cy Ranch is one of the new schools from the Cy Fair ISD and has quickly emerged as a top tier program in Greater Houston. Both teams are ranked in the Houston area top 20 pre-season polls.

Thursday, September 5
Cy Creek vs. Klein Oak @ Klein Memorial Stadium
Both Cy Creek and Klein Oak are large Class 5A schools who are perennial playoff teams. This is traditionally one of area’s best early season non-district matchups. Cy Creek plays out of the Cy Fair ISD, while Klein Oak represents Klein ISD. Klein Oak features one of the area’s most dynamic running backs in Lorenzo Stewart, and the Panthers are among the area’s top ranked pre-season teams.

Thursday, September 12
Klein Collins Vs Spring Westfield @George Stadium in Spring
Once again, this is a matchup of two large Class 5A programs. Competing in a district that many believe is the best in the state, this is a marquee District 13-5A opening matchup. Westfield is a traditional statewide powerhouse program and is coming off an undefeated regular season. They also return highly recruited quarterback William Dedon. Klein Collins is a perennial playoff team and both teams are ranked in the pre-season top 20 for Greater Houston.

Thursday, September 19
Cy Woods Vs Cy Ridge @Pridgeon Stadium in Cy Fair
This is a match of two large Class 5A teams from Cy Fair ISD. Cy Fair ISD is the largest and one of the best football districts in Greater Houston Area. Both teams have excellent fan bases and each of the schools is expected to compete for a playoff spot.

Thursday, September 26
La Marque Vs St. Pius @St Pius High School
This is a great public school vs. private school matchup. La Marque is a perennial powerhouse, and has five Class 4A State Championships to its credit. Playing in TAPPS 5A, St. Pius has emerged as one of the state’s best private school football programs and enters the season as the Houston area’s number two ranked private school team. Last season, the St. Pius-Sealy game, which was also played at St. Pius, was televised by ESPN.

Thursday, October 3
KLEIN OAK VS KLEIN @Klein Stadium
Klein Oak and Klein boast a long standing rivalry in one of the state’s best Class 5A football districts. Klein Oak features highly recruited and electrifying running back Lorenzo Stewart and is in the Houston pre-season top 20 rankings.

Thursday, October 10
Elkins Vs Dulles—Mercer Stadium/Sugar Land
The Fort Bend ISD will be represented in this matchup of long time rivals. Both Dulles and Elkins are expected to compete for playoff spots in one of the state’s largest football districts.

Friday, October 18
Episcopal Vs Kinkaid @Kinkaid High School
This is a Friday night special broadcast featuring one of the state’s best private school rivalries. Episcopal is the defending Southwest Preparatory Conference Champion having defeating none-other than Kinkaid in last season’s championship game. Both teams are considered to compete for the SPC
Championship again this season, with Kinkaid ranked third in the pre-season polls among all Houston area’s private schools.

Friday, October 25
St. John’s Vs Kinkaid @Rice Stadium
One of the state’s oldest and best private school rivalries, this game is played each year at the Rice University football Stadium. Thousands of alumni for both schools annually attend this game, even arriving several hours early for a giant tailgating party in the Rice parking lots.

Saturday, November 2
Cinco Ranch Vs Katy @Rhodes Stadium in Katy
This is one of the region’s best high school football rivalries, and typically draws a sellout crowd of over 11,000 fans to Rhodes Stadium in Katy. This season should be no different.Katy won its seventh Class 5A State Championship last season, and finished as the nation’s top ranked high school football team. Katy will enter this season ranked number one in the state. Cinco Ranch is the last team to beat Katy in district play and is ranked among the region’s top 20 programs.

Thursday, November 7
Seven Lakes Vs Morton Ranch @Rhodes Stadium in Katy
Both teams are from large schools out of the Katy ISD and both are expected to be playoff contenders, and this regular season finale could very determine a playoff spot. Seven Lakes also enters the season ranked among the top 20 Class 5A teams in Greater Houston.

Thursday, Friday or Saturday (November 14-16)
Playoff Game to be determined.


3 comments:

  1. It's bound to be more entertaining and informative than the junk Randy McIlvoy slaps together each week.

    And what is up with Chester Pitts? He makes Jennifer Reyna look like Walter Cronkite!

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    1. You should restrict your hating to mayonnaise and stop carrying such a grudge for your former co-workers. Be a bigger man and can the agenda.

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    2. Swing and a miss. Care for another shot at the heater, Ch 2 apologist?

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