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. In the B team game, John Cooper jumped out to an early lead with a touchdown on the second play of the game, but the Warrior defense regrouped and held Cooper scoreless the remainder of the game. The Warrior offense scored on its opening drive when TJ Smith received the handoff and made several nice cuts, as well as a beautiful spin move on the opposing safety, breaking free for a 31-yard touchdown. The Warriors continued to play aggressively to start the second half. On the first play, quarterback Grayson Petru dropped back to pass, looked the safety off to the left and came back to find Cody Mabry sprinting down the right side of the field for a 53-yard pass. Mabry was tackled just inches shy of the goal, but the drive was finished off with a touchdown by running back Adler Smith. The game ended with the Warriors winning 16-8 and moving their record to 4 wins and 2 losses.
In the A team game, it was a battle of two of the best teams in the district as the Warriors took on an unbeaten Trinity Klein team. The Warriors were able to impose their will all game by dominating the line of scrimmage and time of possession. The CCS offense played to their strength and spent most of the first half running the ball straight up the middle into the heart of the Trinity defense. Trinity did not have an answer and the Warriors got on the scoreboard early with a 3-yard run by TJ Smith on the goal line, followed by an extra point kick by Owen Witschonke giving CCS the 8-0 lead. The Warrior defense played their best game of the year as the Trinity offense was held to negative yardage and no first downs for the entire first half. Then in the second half, Andrew Owen fired off the defensive line as Trinity Lutheran was set-up to punt on fourth and long and blocked the kick, scooped up the ball and raced 20 yards for the touchdown, giving the Warriors a 16-0 lead. For the rest of the second half, the Warriors controlled the ball and ended once again in victory formation, moving their record to 5 wins and 0 losses.