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 2016 Record: 4-6 Overall, 3-5 District

5th Place in District 21-5A


In 2016, the Humble Wildcats were in the hunt for a playoff berth out of District 21-5A.  But losses in four of their last five games doomed the Wildcats playoff hopes.  In 2017, Head Coach Charles West returns four starters on the offensive side of the ball and six on the defensive side as they resume the fight for their first playoff berth since 2010. 


Head Coach: Charles West


Four starters return to the Humble offense in 2017.  Senior quarterback Xavier Martin returns to guide the Wildcat offense.  Junior wide out Vernon Hartfield will be his main target. 


Six starters return to the Humble defense in 2017.  Senior Jaylen Thomas will lead the Wildcat line.  Hartfield will team with senior safety Elijah Schader to anchor the Wildcat secondary.


Sept. 1 - Katy Tompkins, 7:00 pm

Sept. 8 - at Huffman Hargrave, 7:00 pm

Sept. 15 - Conroe Caney Creek, 7:00 pm*

Sept. 22 - at Dayton, 7:00 pm*

Sept. 30 - Splendora, 7:00 pm*

Oct 6 - OPEN

Oct. 14 - at New Caney, 7:00 pm*

Oct. 21 - Barbers Hill, 6:00 pm*

Oct. 27 - at Porter, 7:00 pm*

Nov. 2 - Crosby, 7:00 pm*

Nov. 10 - Kingwood Park, 7:00 pm*

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