May 5, 2023

CCS Sophomore, Grayson Petru Finishes as State Runner-Up at TAPPS State Championship!

Cypress Christian School’s Grayson Petru advanced to the State Championship this year by winning the TAPPS 4A Regional tournament in San Antonio, TX last week. He came into the tournament as a top qualifier and took those expectations to greater heights as he outperformed the entire field over the course of two days.  He finished day one in fifth place overall, shooting two under par and on day two, he turned up the pressure on the other players as he went on an impressive streak of seven under par to finish in a tie for first place at the end of the round. One of the highlights of the tournament was when his dad recorded a video of him on the par four – 16th, as he holed out for an eagle…it was a moment that will be remembered by everyone there. Congratulations to our CCS Warrior, Grayson Petru, on an amazing performance as State Runner-Up!!

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