September 1, 2022

Warriors Shut Out Brazos Christian School in Season Opener

Football season is back! Our Warriors opened the 2022 football season with a decisive victory over the Eagles from Bryan Brazos Academy. While both offenses started slow with several early miscues, the Warriors were strong on defense from the first snap.  Senior quarterback, Max Landrum, began the scoring for CCS midway through the opening quarter on a 33-yard run. Meanwhile, the Eagles, facing a stiff Warrior defense, punted each possession of the half, with the exception of ending a drive with a Warrior interception by safety, Owen Witschonke. After another Landrum TD run, fullback, Warren Haudek, capped a 60-yard Warrior drive for the third score of the half and the Warriors went in 21-0 at the half.  

September 2, 7 p.m. kickoff
John Cooper High School
1 John Cooper Dr
The Woodlands, TX 77381

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