March 2, 2023

Warrior Baseball

The varsity Warrior baseball team won two of their four games in last week’s round-robin tournament, scoring 32 runs over the three days of games. The leaders at the plate were Tristan Fokken, Warren Haudek, Jacob Lukaszewski, Drew Mestayer, Ameron Sheikh and Beckett Swinney.

The junior varsity team split their doubleheader against HCYA over the weekend. Hudson Dennis, Adam Williams and Aidan Leonard each had multiple hits in the first game of the day, while Michael Conomos went 2-3 in the second game. The team beat Concordia Lutheran on Tuesday, 14-0 with Tristan Fokken throwing a no-hitter. They play away at Houston Christian today and at home on Monday against Bo Porter Academy.

CCS is hosting another tournament this week where the varsity team will face the Tomball Kings and Mansfield Knights, while the JV team will take on the Northside Falcons. Come root, root, root for the home teams while enjoying the weather and some tasty concessions.

Varsity Warriors take the field today at 4:30 and 6:30 p.m., and they play again on Saturday at 12:15 and 2:30 p.m. JV plays the 10 a.m. game and 4:45 p.m. game on Saturday. Adult tickets are $5, while senior citizens and non-CCS student tickets are $2. All CCS students may attend free of charge. Remember to bring your cash; the gate and concession stand do not take credit cards.

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