Baseball - Varsity
The Cypress Christian School Baseball program is in its eighth year in TAPPS, and in those eight years, the program has made a mark that is respected throughout the state of Texas. The baseball program has been in the playoffs six of those years and has been the outright District Champions or shared the title four out of those eight years. Throughout the eight years, the program has been ranked consistently in the State Top 10. The program has advanced to the TAPPS Regional Finals three times (‘04, ‘05, ‘06) and advanced to the TAPPS State Tournament in ‘04. In eight years, the program has produced 44 All-District players and 15 All-State players. We compete with the best and most respected programs in the state of Texas.
The Warrior baseball program is also providing our young men with the opportunity to play at the next level. The program has produced 9 players that have been offered baseball scholarships. Division I to NAIA level programs have been impressed with our student athletes’ ability to perform not only on the field but also in the classroom. From Grambling to UT-Brownsville, our student athletes can compete at the highest levels. The program has also produced one player drafted into the Major League Baseball Draft.
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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.
Warrior baseball teams get five wins on Saturday for a clean sweep. Follow CCS baseball on Twitter @CCS_Baseball for news and updates.
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.
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.
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!
The Warrior middle school A baseball team finished their season at the district championship game.
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 varsity team, a group of both new and returning players, currently stands at 10 – 1 heading into TAPPS district play.