January 26, 2023

MS Boys Basketball Season

The CCS middle school boys basketball program competes in the Houston Area Private School Conference (HAPS) and is comprised of an A, B and C teams. Each team began its season back in November 2022 and now has culminated the last week of January 2023.

C Team was led this year by Coach Ken Rose. B Team was led by Coach Brad Austin and A Team was led by Coach Craig Cleveland. Players on all three teams worked hard each week in practice to improve their skills and understanding of the game. The hard work in practice was evident on the court as you could see growth and improvement with each game.

The C Team started their season off strong and maintained stellar play all season long finishing with a 12-3 overall record and only one loss in conference play. Similar to C Team, the B Team also started their season on a strong note finishing with a 13-2 overall record and going 8-0 in conference play. B Team’s outstanding conference play also earned them a spot in the season-ending playoffs.

The A Team had a lot of new faces on the team this year and had to learn how to play and compete with each other. Although they did not start off the season the way they planned, A Team found some team chemistry and won the last five games of the season finishing with an overall record of 8-10.

The middle school coaching staff is proud of all the players and their accomplishments this season. It has been an honor to coach each one of them, and we look forward to next season.

Go, Warriors!

 

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