- Help your son determine what kind of college is best for them, public vs private, large vs small, Christian vs secular to name a few choices.
- Determine the amount of financial resources that are available and what your student will need.
- Talk with coaches to determine the appropriate level of football your son should pursue in college and then help your son make a realistic ranking of the colleges that he would like to pursue further.
- Sign your son up for camps run by those colleges over the summer.
- If your son is considering playing at a NCAA Division I or II school then they must be registered with the NCAA clearing house. Please visit NCAA for information and forms.
Football - Varsity
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 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.
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.
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.
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 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 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 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.
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.
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.
The Warriors finished a record-breaking season with a tough loss to Second Baptist in the second round of the TAPPS Division II playoffs.
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.
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.
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.
The Cypress Christian MS football A team finished a great season with the record of 4-3-1.
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 Warriors improved to 4-1 on the season with an impressive win over 6A Beaumont Kelly in the school’s first-ever meeting.
The Warriors once again came from behind against a tough Shiner St. Paul team to earn a 28-20 victory.
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.
Warriors defeat the Houston Christian Mustangs 49-32 in their first meeting. CCS is now 3-0 against SPC schools.
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 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.
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.”
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.
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.
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.
Two standout seniors will play college football next year as Josh Holl signs with Tulane University and Austin Henry with Taylor University.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The middle school football team entered the fourth week of their season. Both teams have worked hard and improved.
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