January 12, 2023

CCS Swim Team Places Third

The Warrior swim teams, both high school and middle school, competed last Saturday at the Bay Area Christian Meet. The combined teams finished in third place overall in a field of seven schools. CCS was well represented in the pool with many swimmers finishing in the top 10 in almost every event. Highlights include top five finishes for high school boys by juniors Brody Johnson, Will Simcik and Ayden Ferrell. Sophomore Katie Schmitt and freshman Zoe Brashier had top five finishes for the girls.

Top five finishers in middle school include first place finishes by eighth graders Bowman Price, in both the 50 free and 50 breast and by Guy Stamos in the 50 fly. Other top five finishers include eighth graders Alexa Stamos, David Achterkirch and Preston Hamm. Seventh graders with top five finishes include Remi Brashier, Brooks Johnson, Joseph Lavergne, Michelle Leyrer and Caitlin Melancon. There were two sixth graders that also placed in the top five in their events, Ava Rogers and Tate Lubs. A great all-around effort by the team!

The high school team will compete in the HAPPI Meet at the University of Houston this Saturday. Both high school and middle school will then compete at our home meet next Tuesday evening, January 17, at the Cy-Fair ISD Natatorium.

 

 

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