December 10, 2021

Warriors Make Waves at Swim Invitational

Cypress Christian hosted a swim meet on Monday, December 6 at the Cy-Fair Natatorium, competing against Bay Area Christian, First Baptist Pasadena, Providence Christian and the British International School.

All of the CCS athletes showed significant improvement from the beginning of the year, and the CCS middle school team took first place in the meet. Top three finishers included: Lexi Stamos (First – 50 Free, Second – 100 Free), Madeline Boctor (Second – 50 Free), Kayla Geyer (Third – 50 Free), Guy Stamos (First – 50 Fly, First – 50 Back) and Peyton Whitmarsh (First – 100 IM, First – 50 Breaststroke). Peyton Whitmarsh’s times in the 100 IM and 50 Breaststroke set new middle school records.

High school top three included Camryn Whitmarsh (First – 50 Free, Second – 100 Free) and Katie Schmitt (Third – 50 Free).

The Warrior middle school team is participating in the Holiday Relay Meet today at the University of Houston. Go Warriors!!

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