February 16, 2023

Varsity & JV Defeat Fort Bend Christian

Both JV and varsity teams posted a win against Fort Bend Christian Academy earlier this week. Beckett Swinney led things off on the mound for the varsity Warriors and was followed by Jacob Lukaszewski throwing three innings and Warren Haudek closing out the final inning. They went ahead late in the game when Ameron Sheikh singled on a 2-2 count and scored two runs. Senior Zach Thibodeaux led the team in stolen bases and joined the list of base hitters (Gavin Gray, Tyler Bienko & Sheikh) to give the team the 5-3 victory.

JV won their game with six hits scoring 10 runs. Tyler Bienko was the winning pitcher who went four innings with only one earned run and three strikeouts. Tristan Fokken came in to pitch relief and gave up zero hits, only one walk and ended the game with a strikeout. The final score was 10-4.

Check out the schedule links below and come on out to support our guys. During home games, enjoy some hot chocolate, snacks and other goodies at the concession stand. Grilled hamburgers for $5 and hot dogs for $2 are often available during the games. In our upcoming CCS tournaments, we will have chopped beef sandwich meals on the menu for both lunch and dinner. For home games, CCS students get in free! Adult entry is $5. Senior adult and non-CCS student entry is $2. Gate and concessions are cash only. Booster club memberships and season tickets are still available!

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