May 5, 2023

Cypress Christian School Lady Warriors Golf Team are STATE CHAMPS for the FIRST TIME IN SCHOOL HISTORY!

Since 1978, the Warriors have not had a state champion in golf…that streak came to an end this week as our Lady Warriors competed in the TAPPS 4A State Championship in Glen Rose, TX at Squaw Valley Golf Club. They pulled out an impressive two-day total score of 720 and won by five strokes. The competition at this year’s event was much more difficult than it has been in any of the recent years and our top five girls (Megan Cater, Claire Johnson, Makena Pham, Lindsey Brashier and Paige Petru) came through with clutch performances on both days. On day one, Makena Pham and Claire Johnson led the way with top scores of 87 and 88 and on day two, the Lady Warriors had three girls, Megan Cater (85), Lindsey Brashier (88) and Makena Pham (88), post rounds in the 80’s. The Cypress girls clearly had the most depth in this year’s tournament and all five girls were able to contribute on one or both days to pull off the victory! This season has been amazing and the overwhelming support of all the players and parents has contributed to the team’s success!

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