From start to finish, the Katy Tigers dominated the host Alief Taylor Lions, but despite the lopsided 49-0 victory, Tigers did raise some concerns with starting QB Kiley Huddleston Questionable before their home opener against the Woodlands on Sept. 14.
The Tigers (2-0) and currently ranked #6 on the DigitalSports National Football Rankings, pounced on Alief Taylor (1-1) on Thursday evening in front of a national TV audience on ESPNU, and they did it behind sophomore backup quarterback Garrett Doiron. Huddleston reportedly left the stadium to be x-rayed, the results are still pending.
“It’s just precautionary,” Huddleston told The Katy Times while practice punting into a net before leaving Crump Stadium, and Katy head coach Gary Joseph added: “We’ll have to wait and see what the results of the x-rays are and go from there, but Doiron came on and did a real solid job.”
Katy junior running back Rodney Anderson, tied a school record with five touchdowns in the win over Alief Taylor, and now had 9 on the season.
The Katy defense was stingy not allowing any Taylor points for the entirety of the game.
The Katy tigers (2-0) look to improve upon their early successes in their home opener against the Woodlands September 14th, @6:00 PM.