Cross Country - Varsity
CCS has won the 2020-2021 4A Henderson Cup for the first time in school history. The Henderson Cup is awarded to the best overall private school in Texas based on achievement in academics, fine arts and athletics competitions throughout the school year.
The middle school boys and girls cross country teams competed in the HAPS district meet on Thursday, October 14.
The cross country teams hosted almost 1,000 runners and 57 total schools at the Warrior Invitational last Saturday at Houston Northwest Church.
Last Saturday, the boys and girls teams competed in the “ReLay” Hot XC Relays.
The high school boys and girls cross country teams competed at district last Saturday against Legacy Prep and Northland in a great showing.
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.
Cross Country athletes have been hard at work and are running over 30 miles per week.
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.
On Thursday, May 23, 2019, the Cypress Christian School Athletics Department hosted an awards night in the East Gym.
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 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.
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 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.
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 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.
On Saturday, September 15, Cypress Christian School hosted the first annual Cypress Christian School Warrior Invitational featuring 64 teams and nearly 1,000 runners.
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.
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 girls JV team placed second in the first race of the season.
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 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.
The middle school cross country team enjoyed an end of season celebratory lunch on Wednesday.
On Tuesday, the CCS Middle School Cross Country team finished their season at the HAPS District Cross Country Championships
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 high school cross country team competed against thirty Houston area high schools at the Dave Jantzen Invitational.