The Houston Chronicle published an article on August 12, 2019, naming Cypress Christian School #11 in Houston for athletes for all high schools, public and private.
The Warriors traveled to Lutheran South last Friday to take on the district-leading Pioneers in another tough road contest. Ultimately, their effort was not enough for a victory but there were some special things in store.
On October 25, the Warriors hosted the undefeated Second Baptist Eagles. The defense kept the Warriors in the game early by coming up with some big stops but the offense could never get going.
The Warriors lost a hard-fought football game to the Fort Bend Christian Academy Eagles 45–35.
The CCS MS Cross Country team finished its season with a district champion. Eighth-grader James Boutte led the district all season winning every district race, including the final district championship.
The Warriors regained that magic on Homecoming with an improbable last-second victory over the Westbury Christian Wildcats 33–28.
As we move into the final two weeks of the middle school football season, both teams had strong performances as the B team traveled to Western Academy and the A team hosted Rosehill.
Week six was another great week for middle school football that included a B team win over John Cooper and a dominating performance by the A team over a previously unbeaten Trinity Klein team.
Tryouts begin on Monday, October 14 for winter sports.
Week five of the middle school football season saw the B team have a strong performance against Western Academy while the A team ended up with a bye week.
Friday night was a classic of a football game but the Warriors came up short on the trip to Shiner as the Cardinals secured a 42-35 victory. The game was tied five different times and each team led three times.
The middle school A team faced St. Cecilia on a Saturday morning contest and the Warriors continued to control the top spot in district play with a 30-0 win. The Warriors took the opening kickoff and marched down the field capping off the drive with a 15-yard strike from quarterback JD Potts to Owen Witschonke.
Elliott Jones is already committed to Auburn University as he looks to defend his TAPPS state titles from the last two seasons. This summer, he qualified for the Olympic Trials.
Both middle school football teams entered the third week of the season with two wins and no losses; however, only one finished the week with a 3-0 record.
Senior running back and kicker, Jackson Landrum, was selected to the Touchdown Club of Houston private school preseason team and was honored at a recent banquet.
The Warriors got into the win column, as they posted an impressive victory Friday night, defeating the Northland Christian Cougars 47–13.
Cross Country athletes have been hard at work and are running over 30 miles per week.
Friday night, the Warriors showed great improvement over their performance in the season opener the week before. Despite that improvement, the team suffered a hard-fought loss to Houston Christian, 10-7.
The middle school football teams are off to a great start! Both teams started the season with victories in each of the first two weeks of play.
It was a tough night in the season opener for the Warriors who could simply not get anything going against Austin Regents.
The football team went on its annual retreat to start the season this past weekend.
On Thursday, May 23, 2019, the Cypress Christian School Athletics Department hosted an awards night in the East Gym.
The high school track & field team celebrated the season on Monday night and awards were presented.
High school track & field had an incredible season with the boys team winning three invitational meets and placing second in the district meet. The girls team won one invitational meet and placed second in four meets and then went second in the district meet, third in the South Regional meet, and fifth place in the State 5A meet. The Lady Warriors were the highest scoring team from our district in the regional and state meets and only one point away from being recognized as the top four in TAPPS 5A State.
The Cypress Christian Warriors varsity baseball team finished district play in April and they won six of their last eight games to secure a second place finish in TAPPS Division II, District 6.
The CCS high school track & field team had a great day at the Regional Track & Field Meet on Thursday, April 25, in Bastrop, Texas. There were 27 athletes who competed that day. The girls team ended up bringing home the third-place team plaque, just 4.5 points shy of regional runner-up.
Congratulations to Elizabeth Richardson who represented CCS at the TAPPS regional golf tournament at Victoria Country Club on Tuesday, April 23.
The Girls and Boys Track & Field teams each won second place in the TAPPS 5A-7 District track meet on April 10-11. Twenty-seven athletes qualified for the Regional meet to be held in Bastrop, on Thursday, April 25. The Warriors will be competing in 28 individual events and five relays.
The 2019 baseball season for your CCS Warriors has already had its share of thrilling games, with even more to come in the last few weeks of district competition.
The 2018-2019 cheer season has come to a close. At the end-of-season party, Coach Terri Johnson handed out the following awards:
The 2018-2019 cheer season has come to a close. At the end-of-season party, Coach Jennifer Fleischhauer handed out the following awards:
The JV and Varsity boys basketball teams officially wrapped up their 2018-2019 season at their team basketball party and awards program on March 3.
The football program signed two players to play college football on national signing day. Christian Fleischhauer signed with East Central University in Oklahoma while Garrett Townsend committed to be a long snapper for Texas A&M University.
HS track & field is off to a great start with a total of 55 competitors, girls and boys. This is the biggest team in CCS history and in our first meet last Saturday, the boys won the team championship while the girls team came in second, just 7.5 points behind first place.
Taylor Broadway ('15) is currently playing baseball at the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) and Seth Doggett ('15) is the CCS Head Middle School Baseball Caoch.
HS Girls Basketball had a fun season, working hard along the way in a very evenly matched district.
The Warrior soccer team fought hard all season and were an amazing testimony to their opponents. They are congratulated for maximizing their talent and playing hard for the Lord and for their team, a true definition of Cypress Christian Warriors.
With all their hard work, determination, commitment and dedication, the team made it to the tournament championship game and were victorious for the third year in a row!!!
The Lady Warriors accomplished their pre-season goal and earned a second place finish in TAPPS Division II - District 7.
In the 2017-2018 school year, the boys athletic teams at CCS had an unprecedented accomplishment of earning three TAPPS state championships. This accomplishment was honored on Wednesday, February 13 on the floor of the Texas House of Representatives by CCS parent and State Representative, Dr. Tom Oliverson.
The CCS middle school boys soccer team concluded an excellent season on Thursday, January 24 by winning the District Championship title.
The 2018-2019 B team boys basketball season ended with a fourth-place regular season finish and a trip to the WAPS Conference Tournament.
The Warriors took 10 swimmers to the TAPPS State Swim Meet in Mansfield, TX today. Junior, Elliott Jones became a state champion in both the 100 Back and 200 IM, setting TAPPS State and CCS school records in both events.
Cypress Christian School Middle School Girls Basketball teams finished their seasons with wins at the district tournament at Rosehill on January 26.
The middle school boys A team basketball season came to an end Saturday, January 26 at the HAPS Conference postseason tournament with a loss to Woodlands Christian Academy.
CCS took 11 swimmers to the TAPPS regional meet and will be sending four relay teams and two individual swimmers on to the TAPPS State Swim Meet on February 9.
On Monday, nineteen seniors from the boys and girls high school soccer teams took the field for the last time and each of them was honored at a special Senior Night Ceremony.
The CCS MS Boys soccer team played in the River Oaks Baptist School 7th Grade Tournament last week on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
The cheer teams' hard work and dedication were rewarded with Middle School taking 3rd place and Varsity taking home the championship.
The CCS Lady Warrior soccer team is approaching the end of the regular season and both the varsity and junior varsity teams are playing some of the best soccer of the season.
TAPPS released its All-State teams and the Warriors landed eight players on the Academic All-State team and two more players on the Athletic All-State team. To become a member of the Academic All-State team, a player must be first or second team all-district and maintain an A average.
Junior, Elliott Jones, has verbally committed to continue his academic and athletic career at Auburn University. Elliott is a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American swimmer.
CCS hosted a great varsity tournament last weekend. There were a total of 16 teams competing in the tournament from 13 different schools in the southwest part of Texas. Teams played daily with some great competition.
The varsity girls soccer team traveled to All Saints Episcopal School in Fort Worth last weekend for a tournament. The Lady Warriors were prepared for the soccer competition, but nothing could prepare them for the terrible weather conditions the team faced.
High school Lady Warrior Soccer is off to a strong start this year. With the exciting growth in the program, the girl's program now has thirty-three athletes out on the soccer field every day.
The Lady Warriors JV basketball team took home the first place trophy in our own CCS JV Girls and Boys Warrior Tournament last weekend.
We are excited to invite the entire CCS family to a special night this Tuesday, December 4 in the East Gym. The first high school district basketball games will be played and we have the honor of having Coach Van Chancellor, a legend in women’s basketball coaching, with us.
The Warriors finished a record-breaking season with a tough loss to Second Baptist in the second round of the TAPPS Division II playoffs.
On Saturday, November 17, current Cypress Christian School senior, Landen Overton, signed his letter of intent to dual sport in cross country and track at Dallas Baptist University.
The Warriors completed a record-breaking season in Division II football. In total the Warriors had 13 players make the All-District team.
Christian Fleischhauer will be honored as a member of the TD Club of Houston Private School Post Season Team. The senior had an impressive career at CCS.
In the closing seconds for the second straight week, the Warriors pulled out an improbable victory. Coach Spenn passed on an easy field goal with seven seconds to play as the Warriors trailed 17-14. Drue Hirth threw a strike to Joseph Carbone in the back of the end zone to give the Warriors the 21-17 victory, the same score that propelled them into the playoffs the week before.
On Wednesday, November 14, Cypress Christian School hosted a special National Letter of Intent signing ceremony to honor current senior, JT Mounce and his commitment to play baseball at Oklahoma State University.
The Warriors completed the regular season in dramatic fashion on Friday night. High school football games are 48 minutes long and the Warriors used every minute in this game.
Join the CCS varsity basketball teams for the opportunity to meet legendary coach, Van Chancellor, at the first varsity district game.
When the temperature begins to drop outside the Warrior Soccer program knows it is time to take the field.
The end of October also marks the end of another great varsity cross country season for Cypress Christian School. The Warriors finished the year by competing at the TAPPS 5A State Championships in Waco, Texas on October 29th.
The middle school Warriors football B team went 2-5 this year, but had a great season after a slow start. The progress made from game one to the last game was incredible, as most of the first-time players made tremendous strides on the field.
Each runner contributed to the team and improved their running times, with every runner setting a personal best time in the last two races of the season.
The Cypress Christian MS football A team finished a great season with the record of 4-3-1.
The Lady Warrior varsity volleyball team finished second in District during regular season play, setting them up for a first-round bye in the playoffs and are heading to Regionals after their win on Tuesday.
The Warriors battled hard but came up short against the defending district champions Second Baptist School.
The win ensured the Warriors their third straight trip to the playoffs and their first in school history at the TAPPS Division II level.
The Lady Warriors will travel to Odem, TX for the area round of the TAPPS 5A volleyball playoffs.
Last Thursday, the CCS high school cross country team competed in the TAPPS District Championship race, held at Challenger Seven Memorial Park in Webster, Texas. The Warriors competed with nine other schools and nearly two hundred individual runners and once again found success! The months of running countless miles in the Texas heat paid off in a major way.
The Warriors opened district play on the road at Westbury Christian last week. The game was a defensive thriller down to the final seconds.
Varsity volleyball is adding to the excitement of homecoming week with big wins, and senior recognition night, as the Lady Warriors host Lutheran South and Emery Weiner this week.
The middle school cross country team competed with 10 other schools on Tuesday, October 26 in the HAPS District Championship. The girls team finished in fourth place and the and boys finished eighth.
Volleyball has been fighting strong within their new district this season, and are looking to finish out with a winning record.
The CCS basketball program hosted a PGC Basketball Clinic this past Saturday, and 67 middle school and high school students attended.
As the season moves steadily towards a conclusion at the TAPPS state championships on October 29, the intensity level of the daily workouts has increased significantly.
The Warriors improved to 4-1 on the season with an impressive win over 6A Beaumont Kelly in the school’s first-ever meeting.
Winter Sports Tryout Schedule - Middle School
Congratulations to seniors Sophia Slabic and JT Mounce for being selected to represent CCS in the 2018 Wendy's High School Heisman Scholarship Contest.
Winter Sports Tryout Schedule - High School
The Warriors once again came from behind against a tough Shiner St. Paul team to earn a 28-20 victory.
The middle school A and B teams traveled to Rosehill on Sept. 21-22 for an A team tournament, where the A team finished first.
The high school Warriors cross country team took a trip into the hills this past Saturday when they competed at the Brenham High School “Hillacious” Invitational. Many coaches in the region consider this course the most difficult course in Texas due to several long hills which challenge the athletes both physically and mentally.
Congratulations to Senior Christian Fleischhauer for being honored as the Texas Private School Built Ford Tough Player of the Week. This award is presented to one player, selected from all private schools across the state of Texas.
The Warriors got off to a fast start against Northland and never looked back.
Head varsity football coach Jacob Spenn received the Athletic Inspiration award from his high school alumni association in Watseka, Illinois. The award is given out annually and is the equivalent to the Watseka High School Hall of Fame.
Middle school volleyball is midway through the season and both the A and B teams have improved so much since August.
On Saturday, September 15, Cypress Christian School hosted the first annual Cypress Christian School Warrior Invitational featuring 64 teams and nearly 1,000 runners.
Warriors defeat the Houston Christian Mustangs 49-32 in their first meeting. CCS is now 3-0 against SPC schools.
The Lady Warriors volleyball team is holding strong with a 3-0 start to district play, at both the JV and Varsity levels.
In a game that featured two high powered offenses, CCS was able to come out on top by the narrowest of margins. In the final play, Landrum was able to find a clear path to the end zone, which gave CCS the lead with no time remaining on the clock.
The Warrior Cross Country high school team traveled to Galveston for the annual Galveston Island Beach Run. This was a 4000-meter race run entirely on the beach.
Middle school volleyball is working hard and learning skills and fundamentals on a daily basis. CCS will be the team to watch for as the district tournament happens in October.
Last Friday, the Warrior Cross Country program traveled to Bear Branch Park in The Woodlands to complete in the annual Friday Night Lights Invitational.
The Touchdown Club of Houston held its annual Private School Kickoff Dinner and announced its preseason football team. Cypress Christian placed three seniors on that team and Coach Spenn was honored.
The volleyball teams have started strong into the beginning of their preseason play.
The girls JV team placed second in the first race of the season.
Football practice is in full swing and the process of building men that the football team works through each year is underway. Coach Spenn will often say that “true success will be measured by what kind of men the athletes become.”
Volleyball season is just around the corner and we look forward to welcoming all of our new and returning players back to the gym on August 1 for high school, and August 6 for middle school. All students who desire to play on a team this season must be present at the tryouts for their respective age group, with teams beginning practices the following day.
Whether you are an avid runner that loves to compete, looking for regular exercise to get in shape, training to be better fit for your winter sport, or just looking to spend time with your friends - cross country has a place for you!
The varsity cheerleaders had a great week at the UCA Cheer Camp in Galveston, Texas. The team earned the highest award each night at evaluations, which earned them a superior camp trophy at the close of camp.
The Warrior Strong summer strength and conditioning program is in full swing with over 80 athletes participating and an average daily attendance of 50.
We would like to congratulate Jacob Spenn for being selected as the TAPPS 4A Top Male Coach for 2017-2018. Coach Spenn received the 2018 Edd Burleson Leadership Award on Wednesday at the TAPPS General Convention.
Basketball camps were great this year as boys and girls from grades 3-8 filled the East Gym to learn and improve upon skills, play games and focus on our theme: I Corinthians 10:31 “…whatever you do, do everything for God’s Glory.”
The Warriors embraced the moment under the lights in Crosby for the TAPPS Division III State Championship and took control of the game from the first half inning, in which, they plated four runs to take the lead that they would never yield.
The football program handed out its state championship rings on Monday, May 7, as the team gathered on the football field for one last time to celebrate the season.
CCS Track and Field took 12 boys to the TAPPS State Track and Field meet on May 4-5 in Waco. After a tough start, the Warriors persevered and fought hard through adversity and came out with a State Championship.
Lady Warriors Track and Field took 11 girls to the State meet and ended up with a 5th place finish overall in a field of 26 schools.
The varsity softball team heads into playoffs next week after finishing third in our district.
The CCS girls golf team competed in the TAPPS State Tournament on Monday and Tuesday, April 30-May 1, at Cottonwood Creek Golf Club in Waco. CCS was represented by four girls with the team placing sixth in the tournament. The girls team was led by junior Kara Otts, who had rounds of 87 and 93, finishing fifth overall. Kara is the first CCS girls golfer to finish in the top 10 of the state tournament and will also receive TAPPS All-State recognition.
Varsity baseball earns first district championship since 2014. The Warriors will host the San Marcos Academy Bears Friday, May 4 at 4:30 in the first round of playoffs.
On April 21, the Middle School A team traveled to Rosehill Christian to play for the HAPS District Championship. With the final score 11-2, the Warriors outscored their final five district opponents a combined 54 - 9. The coaching staff attributes this success to the "team first" attitude and the consistent work ethic demonstrated by each player.
The Warrior golf team competed in the TAPPS Regional Tournament at Fort Sam Houston Golf Club in San Antonio. CCS was represented by five boys and four girls with the girls team placing third, which qualifies them to play in next week’s TAPPS State Tournament. Juniors Kara Otts and Charlotte Achterkirch advanced to state as individuals.
Warriors Track and Field had an incredible district meet this week with so many personal records set. The girls went back-to-back as the District Runners-up and the boys team won the District Championship this year. We have 28 athletes competing in the Regional track and field meet in 31 events
The Warriors completed day one of the District Track and Field meet on Tuesday in finals for the field events and 3200M and the running prelims. They had a great first day and there are already 13 athletes on the way to Regionals.
The Warrior golf team competed in the TAPPS District Tournament on Thursday, April 12, at West Fork Golf Club in Conroe. CCS was represented by six boys and four girls and both teams placed second in the tournament and qualified to play in next week’s TAPPS South Region Tournament.
The CCS Track and Field coaching staff are excited to announce the signing of John Ethan Baldwin to run track for Hillsdale College, an NCAA Division II program, in the fall.
The Warrior golf team competed in the Frassati Catholic Invitational Tournament on Monday, April 9, at Windrose Golf Club in Spring. CCS was represented by five boys and three girls.
The Warrior Track and Field Team went to Dayton High School last Thursday and competed in another public school meet, competing against 19 4A-6A public school teams.
Warrior baseball teams get five wins on Saturday for a clean sweep. Follow CCS baseball on Twitter @CCS_Baseball for news and updates.
The Warrior golf team competed in the CHSA Tournament where the boys team placed second and Nathaniel Richardson placed second overall.
The Warrior golf team competed in the Southwest Christian Academy Invitational on Tuesday, March 20, at Sharpstown Golf Course in Houston. CCS was represented by five boys and three girls.
Warrior Track and Field had a great experience at the Barbers Hill 5A public school meet. Every athlete either equaled or bettered their times in the running events and the field events were a big success as well. It was a great experience for all and we look forward to the next meet.
The Cypress Christian HS Track & Field teams took the Rosehill Christian meet by storm on Saturday, February 24, winning the Girls division and the Boys division each by over 60 points.
The varsity squad currently holds a record of 5-2 heading into this week’s competitive tournament in which they will face off against tough public school opponents.
Ian Jones signed with Southwestern University as a kicker on Monday, February 26. Jones set the school record this year with extra points made in a season at 58. He also made 5 of 6 field goals with a long of 39. Two field goals came in the state title game.
The Varsity Cheer Team has completed their competition season with a fantastic ending.
The Lady Warriors Soccer team finished in second place in the TAPPS Division III District 4 competition and continue to move through the playoffs with a game on Saturday against Our Lady of the Hills from Kerrville. The game will be played at Texas Lutheran University at 6:30 p.m.
The CCS Warriors Soccer program wrapped up a successful season of league play, finishing in second place in the TAPPS Division III District 5 and making it to the second round of the playoffs.
The varsity boys basketball team closed out its 2017-2018 season with a home game against Lake Houston Conquerors and senior recognition.
Dedicated. Determined. United. Joyful. As the Middle School Cheer season comes to a close, these are the words Coach Overton would use to describe the squad.
The Lady Warriors made a difference wherever they played this season, showing character time after time when facing challenges.
The two 5th grade girls basketball teams played each other last Saturday in the East Gym. The fun included a Dads vs. Daughters quarter. They topped the day off with ice cream sundaes.
Two standout seniors will play college football next year as Josh Holl signs with Tulane University and Austin Henry with Taylor University.
The CCS swim team sets five new school records and Elliott Jones is state champion in the Mens 100 Yard Backstroke and the East Regional Swimmer of the Meet.
Middle school A team boys basketball concluded with a successful winning season.
The middle school boys B team has had a good year and has shown creativity and a willingness to learn.
The MS boys basketball C team shows determination and a willingness to learn throughout the season.
The CCS Warrior Middle School Soccer program concluded an exciting season this past Saturday with both our boys and girls teams playing for the District Championship.
The Cypress Christian Swim program took its largest team ever to the regional meet. Eleven swimmers participated in 15 events, five relays and 18 individual races. Elliott Jones set the pace by winning two events.
Elliott Jones holds his own with Olympic medalists at the TYR Pro Series Swim Meet in Austin, Texas.
Basketball enters district play. Come out and support Warrior Basketball!
Eight Warriors earn All-State honors on the gridiron. Nine are named to the Academic All-State team and 17 earn All-District honors. Coach Spenn named Coach of the Year.
Five female members of the swim team competed Saturday at the St. John 23 New Year's Classic.
The Warriors took home the TAPPS Division III State Championship on Friday afternoon with a record setting 68 to 34 victory over McKinney Christian.
You could not have asked for a better high school football game. Two great teams battled hard to the very end in a game that was back and forth all night long. The Warriors prevailed 49-43 to advance to the TAPPS Division III State Championship Game.
The Lady Warrior volleyball program had a lot to celebrate this year at their end-of-season awards banquet.
The swim season does not get into full swing until after Christmas, but two CCS swimmers have gone to meets this year and have turned in personal best times, including a new school record in the 100 Back for Elliott Jones.
Josh Holl and Austin Henry were named finalists for offensive player of the year and defensive player of the year, respectively, while Coach Spenn is being honored as a coach of the year finalist.
The Warriors will move into the playoffs this week as they host Schertz John Paul II on Friday at 7 p.m. at Cypress Christian.
The CCS Warriors successfully crossed the finish line of the 2017 season this past week with participation in the TAPPS 4A State Championship and the Team Awards Celebration.
Varsity Girls Volleyball finishes the season with an undefeated home record.
Lady Warriors are State Bound! For the first time since CCS has been in TAPPS, the Lady Warriors varsity volleyball team is heading to the TAPPS 4A State Final Four this Friday and Saturday!
The middle school cross country team enjoyed an end of season celebratory lunch on Wednesday.
Under the guidance of Coach Mason, middle school football A team wrapped up a successful season.
In a year in which the high school varsity and middle school A football games are usually blowouts, the middle school B football team offered exciting contests every week.
MS Volleyball ends the season with perseverance and determination.
Cheer squad and acts of encouragement
On Tuesday, the CCS Middle School Cross Country team finished their season at the HAPS District Cross Country Championships
The middle school football team entered the fourth week of their season. Both teams have worked hard and improved.
The high school cross country team left campus at 5 a.m. for a race in Galveston last Friday.
The Cypress Christian Cross Country teams started another amazing season with a race at The Willow Waterhole hosted by Incarnate Word Academy.
The volleyball teams started the season this past week with Varsity traveling to the TAPPS Spike Down Classic, and both teams competing against Second Baptist on Tuesday.
CCS varsity cheerleaders attend cheer camp
Elliot Ranson collected over 20,000 votes in the VYPE magazine on-line poll to earn the honor of Northwest Houston Athlete of the year.
The CCS middle school track team competed in six practice meets and ended the season with awards.
The boys team took state runner-up and the girls team earned 8th place, both out of 25 schools.
The Lady Warriors high school softball team finished their season with a 13-3 record taking second place in district to Bay Area Christian.
On May 4, HS baseball hosts Austin Brentwood at 4 p.m. in area playoffs, and HS softball travels to Shiner to play in regional game at 6 p.m. Go, Warriors!
Overall, the season has been the most successful in many years for both the boys and the girls golf teams.
Warrior athletes performed very well in the extreme heat at the regional meet and many qualified to compete at the state meet on May 5-6. Read more about the accomplishments of our high school track and field athletes. Thanks for praying for them as they compete for the last time this year.
The 2017 Lady Warriors Golf Team is heading to the TAPPS 4A State Tournament May 1-2 after placing fourth overall in the regional tournament.
The Warrior middle school A baseball team finished their season at the district championship game.
Both the girls and the boys track and field teams won District Runner-up trophies - just barely missing out on first place. Several athletes (including relay teams) placed first in district and two athletes broke school records. Advancing athletes (listed in the article) will compete in the regional meet on April 28. Go, Warriors!
The CCS Lady Warriors varsity softball team is off to great start this season. The Lady Warriors are 6-0 in district play and are vying for a position in play-offs.
The girls' golf team, comprised of sophomores Charlotte Achterkirch, Melanie Alvarez, Emily Nicholson and Kara Otts, earned the district title. Both the girls' and boys' teams advanced to the 2017 Regional Tournament.
The largest high school track and field team in school history had another successful meet on April 1, at CCS. The boys took home the meet champion award and the girls team won second overall with 25 teams represented at the meet. Austin Henry set a school record in pole vault.
The middle school B baseball team beat the Premier Futures team with a score of 10-8. With the game tied at eight and the Warriors battling in the bottom of the fourth, Grayson Beckman homered off of Grant, driving in two runs for the win.
The HS boys track and field team won the FBCA track meet with great performances by each member. John Ethan Baldwin won top male athlete of the meet.
The boys' team placed second in the tournament with scoring led by junior Nathaniel Richardson who shot a round of 85. Richardson also placed seventh overall in the tournament.
The varsity team, a group of both new and returning players, currently stands at 10 – 1 heading into TAPPS district play.
The MS softball team is already 2-0, and getting better each and every week. The girls are working extremely hard, staying focused and loving the game. Their motto this year is "We Are Better Together."
The nine members of the CCS Golf Team started the season off with competition in the Fort Bend Christian Invitational.
The CCS Lady Warriors had their season end in regional play. The entire team played and battled to the very end and should be proud of such a performance. Thanks as always to the amazing CCS fans who turned out for this epic game.
The track and field coaching staff is thankful to have almost 80 students in grades 6-12 working hard to prepare for each meet. MS will host the district meet on April 10-11 and high school will host meets on April 1 and April 6.
With the final score of 5-2 against Austin Brentwood, the team advances to play Our Lady of the Hills from Kerrville in regional match up on Feb. 28. Read more for playoff details...
Congrats to the varsity girls soccer for earning the District Championship. Their first game of area playoffs is against Brentwood Christian (Austin) on Sat. Feb. 25, at CCS, 5 p.m.
TODAY (Feb. 23) the varsity boys soccer team will compete in the Bi-District Playoff against St. John Paul II-Schertz at Allen Academy, 3201 Boonville Rd, Bryan, 4 p.m. If they win, they will play again this Sat., Feb. 25.
The varsity boys defeated Allen Academy 9-0 on senior night. Final home game of the season is on Thursday, Feb. 16.
How sweet it is! The Lady Warriors will travel to Faith Academy, Marble Falls on Tuesday, February 14 at 6:30 p.m. for the first round of the playoffs.
The championship game was a close one, but in the end, the girls pulled through and fought all the way to the end. Way to go, Lady Warriors!
JV boys showing how great they can play as a group.
Middle school girls basketball teams wrapped up a good season.
Congratulations to the middle school girls and boys soccer teams on their repeat trips to the District Championship.
CCS cheerleaders welcome 107 participants to annual event.
Middle school basketball enjoys a great season and prepares for district play.
High school basketball fighting hard to earn a spot in the playoffs.
With the fall activities behind them, varsity cheerleaders are looking ahead at another busy semester of activities.
The high school cross country team competed against thirty Houston area high schools at the Dave Jantzen Invitational.
The squad put in a full morning of service at the Houston Food Bank and looks forward to more opportunities to serve their community.