February 9, 2023

Warrior Softball Starts the Season with a Bang

The Cypress Christian Lady Warriors started off their season with a bang, turning a tight ballgame into a high-scoring offensive explosion, leading to a 17-6 win over Alpha Omega.

The Lions jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the top of the first, but CCS rallied to take a 4-3 lead in the bottom of the second on Megan Smith’s two-run double. Alpha Omega tied it 4-4 in the third inning and the score remained that way until the bottom of the fourth, when the Lady Warriors bats broke through in a big way.

Senior Lucy Davis’ two-run double off the centerfield fence was the biggest blow in a four-run fourth inning. The Warriors potent lineup added two more runs in the fifth and then put the game away, plating seven runs in the bottom of the sixth. Freshman Addison Koma sparked the rally with a three-run double and Davis’ towering three-run homer over the flagpole in left field ended the onslaught with a 17-6 run-rule victory.

Davis finished the night with five runs batted in and also picked up the victory with five solid innings pitched. Sophomore Megan Smith had three hits and three RBIs to help fuel the team’s offensive fireworks. Smith and sophomore Anna Fernandez backed Davis’ sharp pitching with strong defensive plays in the field.

The Lady Warriors (1-0) continue their non-district schedule with road trips to The Woodlands Christian and Austin Veritas coming up.

Booster club membership is now open for the CCS softball program. Get admission to home games and some team gear to help cheer on our Warriors! Softball fan gear is also available for purchase through the link below through February 12.

Softball Schedule | Softball Booster Club | Softball Fan Store

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