December 2, 2022

Warriors are in the State Championship for the Third Year in a Row!

The Cypress Christian School football team will once again be playing in the final game of the season as they make an unprecedented third trip in a row to the State Championship game! The Warriors definitely had to earn it, having to make a desperate comeback to defeat San Antonio Holy Cross 36-32 in a wild semifinal game. Coach Hogan says the team is beat up physically, but excited for the opportunity. 

“We are limping around quite a bit! I think when you have the lack of depth we have, a season this long has a way of catching up to you. Right now, we are looking at the possibility of not having a two-way starter for the state game, and we have at least four more nursing some injuries that they will play through.”

Tickets are $15 must be purchased through TAPPS Tickets. Parking is $5 per car. Click here to purchase tickets and for all other fan information. The game is available by livestream ONLY through TAPPS TV Network

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