January 20, 2023

Strong Season for the Warrior Swim Teams

The Warrior Swim team had a busy schedule the past week. First, the high school team competed in the Houston Area Private and Parochial Invitational on Saturday at the University of Houston. The meet includes all divisions of high school swimmers from across the area, including 17 girls’ teams and 14 boys’ teams in TAPPS and SPC. This was great competition leading up to the TAPPS Regional Meet this coming Saturday, also at the University of Houston. Many of our Warrior swimmers had their best times of the season at this meet as they were able to fine tune relays and improve upon individual performances.

Second, CCS hosted the Cypress Christian Invitational at the Cy-Fair ISD Natatorium. The Warriors, both high school and middle school, competed against five other schools and finished in second place overall. Highlights for the high school team include top three finishes by both the girls’ medley and free relay teams, individual top 3 finishes for Zoe Brashier, Brody Johnson and Katie Schmitt and a first place finish in the 200 Free by Grace Melancon. Middle school highlights include top three finishes by the girls’ free relay team and the boys’ medley and free relay teams. Individual top three finishes for the middle school were made by Tate Lubs and Henry Southall and first place finishes for Alexa Stamos in both the 50 Fly and 50 Back and for Bowman Price in both the 50 Free and 50 Breast.

Up next for the Warriors are the TAPPS Regional Swim Meet for the high school team on Saturday, January 21, at the University of Houston and the Greater Houston Athletic Conference Swimming Championships for the middle school team on Tuesday, January 24, at Lamar High School in HISD.

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