Track & Field - 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.
Seniors Abbie Hirth and Andrew Smith are set to compete in the 55th AAU Junior Olympic Games taking place in Houston from July 31 through August 7.
Three CCS track and field athletes were invited to participate in the Milesplit, Texas Meet of Champions on May 14-15, in San Antonio. The meet was for all public and private school individual State Champions.
For the first time in school history, BOTH, the boys varsity track & field team and the girls varsity track & field team were District Champions, Regional Champions and State Champions in the same year!
The CCS varsity track teams, both girls and boys took first place in the 4A South Region meet this week in Bastrop, TX.
Middle school track completed the season this year with great performances at the HAPS District Championship. The meet was held on April 6-7 at The Woodlands Christian Academy.
Congratulations to these high school student-athletes for earning awards this year.
CCS high school track and field is still preparing for the TAPPS state meet as we now plan for May 25-30. Our athletes have been able to compete in three invitational meets and have done well.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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 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 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 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.
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.
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 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 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 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.