The TNS Schedule is here!
TNS 2019 SCHEDULE
Thursday, August 29—Week 1 (7PM)
Lamar Vs Westfield
Spring ISD Stadium
23803 Cypresswood Drive, Spring, TX 77373
This will mark the inaugural game at the all new Spring ISD Stadium. It also marks the second straight season in which KUBE57 has the distinction of broadcasting the first ever game at a school district’s new multi-million-dollar facility. Last season, we televised the inaugural game at Alvin ISD’s Freedom Field. As for this year’s game, it matches a pair of UIL Class 6A perennial powerhouses. Lamar has been HISD’s top football program for the last two decades, while Westfield continuously advances deep into the post season playoffs. Both schools produce major collegiate products ever year. For example, U of H’s Ed Oliver, the tenth overall pick in this year’s NFL draft is a graduate of Westfield High School. There will be major talent across the board on both teams for this marquee season opening matchup.
Thursday, September 5—Week 2 (7pm)
North Shore Vs Ridge Point
3333 Hurricane Ln., Missouri City, TX 77459
Galena Park ISD’s North Shore Mustangs return most of their star power from last season’s 6A State Championship team, including the nation’s number one high school football prospect in running back Zach Evans. North Shore was the talk of the high school football world last season with its “Hail Mary” victory over Duncanville in the state championship game. It was actually Number 1 on ESPN’s Top Plays. North Shore will also enter this season as the state’s number one ranked football team. The Ridge Point Panthers have been the top football program out of Fort Bend ISD for the last several seasons while consistently ranking among the region’s top programs.
Thursday, September 12 –Week 3 (7PM)
Klein Vs. Klein Oak
Klein Memorial Stadium
16607 Steubner Airline, Rd., Spring, TX 77379
This is a big district opening matchup for a pair of large Klein ISD rivals. Klein Oak returns several key starters from a team that advanced to the third round of the post-season playoffs. Klein also advanced to the playoffs last season and should be a team to be contended with again this season.
Thursday, September 19 -Week 4 (NOTE EARLY TIME 6:30PM)
Langham Creek vs. Cy Woods
Cy Fair FCU Stadium 8877 Barker Cypress Road, Cypress, TX 77433
This should be another great match up between two large Class 6A programs. Both teams advanced to the post season playoffs last season and are expected to do much of the same this year. This should be a huge early season clash between Cy Fair ISD rivals.
Thursday, September 26—Week 5(NOTE EARLY TIME-6:30PM)
Elkins Vs. Travis
Mercer Stadium, 16403 Lexington Blvd., Sugar Land, TX 77479
This is a key district matchup between Fort Bend ISD rivals. Both schools were in the playoffs last season, and this game should go a long way in determining a playoff berth. Both teams are loaded with returning talent, including several collegiate division one prospects.
Thursday, October 3—Week 6 (NOTE EXTRA EARLY TIME-6PM)
Tompkins Vs. Katy
Legacy Stadium 1818 Katy Hockley Cut-Off Rd, Katy, TX
The eight-time state champion Katy Tigers are again fully expected to field one of the state’s top teams and make another run at a state championship. The program also continues to have one of the state’s largest fan bases. Tomkins is one of the newer programs in Katy ISD and has quickly established itself as a force in the district race. With several talented players returning from last year’s team, Tompkins is one of the rising programs in Greater Houston. This has the makings of a great matchup!
Thursday, October 10—Week 7 (7pm)
Westfield Vs. Eisenhower
W.W. Thorne Stadium 1865 Aldine Bender Rd., Houston 77032 (Capacity 10,000)
We’re off to Aldine ISD’s Thorne Stadium for a big district matchup between a pair of large Class 6A programs. This game matching Spring ISD vs Aldine ISD. As mentioned previously, Westfield is consistently among the region’s premiere large Class 6 programs. The Eisenhower Eagles return several key starters with high expectations this coming season.
Thursday, October 17—Week 8 (BYE WEEK)
Thursday, October 24-Week 9 (7PM)
Shadow Creek Vs. Foster
Traylor Stadium, 4606 Mustang Ave., Rosenberg, TX 77469
This is a much-anticipated rematch of last year’s 5A State Quarterfinal, which was also televised on KUBE57 in a memorable season finale of the Thursday Night Showdown. In last year’s game, Shadow Creek pulled out a dramatic late fourth quarter victory and then ultimately advanced to the 5A State Championship Game. Both Shadow Creek and Foster return loads of major Division 1 prospects and will enter the season as two of the state’s higher ranked Class 5A programs. This has all the makings of a simply phenomenal matchup!
Friday, November 1, 7pm—Week 9 (Special Friday Night Edition—7PM OR 7:30PM)
St. John’s Vs. Kinkaid
RICE UNIVERSITY STADIUM—Rice Blvd. at Greenbriar, Houston, TX
They‘ve been playing this tradition rich rivalry for over 60 years, with historic Rice University Stadium as the setting since the 1970’s. Even the pre-game is loaded with tradition, with thousands of fans from both schools tailgating at the Rice Stadium parking lots. Kinkaid owns an eight-game winning streak in this series.
Thursday, November 7 –Week 10 (Bye Week)
THREE PLAYOFF GAMES—DATES TBD (Potentially November 15, November 22 and December 6/7.)