February 17, 2023

Golf Teams Finish Third in First Tournament of the Season

The Cypress Christian boys and girls golf teams competed in their first tournament of the season this past Monday, February 13. The event was played at Magnolia Creek Golf Club in League City and hosted 23 teams in the field. Both the boys and girls teams finished in third place!

The awards are determined by combining the lowest four scores of the players from each team. On the boys side Grayson Petru, Johnathan Cater, Cres Harris and Taylor Hotchkiss were the top scores and on the girls side Makena Pham, Claire Johnson, Megan Cater and Camden Maxey had the lowest rounds. The tournament included several of the top golf programs in our area and the Warriors competed very well for their first showing in 2023! The Warriors next tournament will be hosted by Summer Creek High School at Atascocita Golf Club on Thursday, March 2. 

Congrats, Cypress Christian golf team on a great start to the year! Go, Warriors!

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