Tammy Ray enters her eighth season leading the Katy Tompkins girls basketball program. Last year, the Falcons went
34-4 overall and eventually lost to Cy-Fair in overtime in the second round of the playoffs.
Katy Tompkins brings back some firepower with four starters back as they seek a fourth-straight trip to the postseason. District 19-6A MVP Loghan Johnson is back after averaging 16 points per game. Also back in the lineup is District 19-6A Defensive Player of the Year and Tarleton State-commit Crystal Smith (12 ppg) and Newcomer of the Year Fiyin Adeleye (8 ppg).
Another key returner is second-team, all-district pick MacKenzie Durnford, who averaged six points pe rgame, and is verbally committed to Keene.
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