The Houston Chronicle published an article on August 12, 2019, naming Cypress Christian School #11 in Houston for athletes for all high schools, public and private.
Elliott Jones is already committed to Auburn University as he looks to defend his TAPPS state titles from the last two seasons. This summer, he qualified for the Olympic Trials.
Both middle school football teams entered the third week of the season with two wins and no losses; however, only one finished the week with a 3-0 record.
Senior running back and kicker, Jackson Landrum, was selected to the Touchdown Club of Houston private school preseason team and was honored at a recent banquet.
The Warriors got into the win column, as they posted an impressive victory Friday night, defeating the Northland Christian Cougars 47–13.
Cross Country athletes have been hard at work and are running over 30 miles per week.
Friday night, the Warriors showed great improvement over their performance in the season opener the week before. Despite that improvement, the team suffered a hard-fought loss to Houston Christian, 10-7.
The middle school football teams are off to a great start! Both teams started the season with victories in each of the first two weeks of play.
It was a tough night in the season opener for the Warriors who could simply not get anything going against Austin Regents.
The football team went on its annual retreat to start the season this past weekend.
On Thursday, May 23, 2019, the Cypress Christian School Athletics Department hosted an awards night in the East Gym.
The high school track & field team celebrated the season on Monday night and awards were presented.
High school track & field had an incredible season with the boys team winning three invitational meets and placing second in the district meet. The girls team won one invitational meet and placed second in four meets and then went second in the district meet, third in the South Regional meet, and fifth place in the State 5A meet. The Lady Warriors were the highest scoring team from our district in the regional and state meets and only one point away from being recognized as the top four in TAPPS 5A State.
The Cypress Christian Warriors varsity baseball team finished district play in April and they won six of their last eight games to secure a second place finish in TAPPS Division II, District 6.
The CCS high school track & field team had a great day at the Regional Track & Field Meet on Thursday, April 25, in Bastrop, Texas. There were 27 athletes who competed that day. The girls team ended up bringing home the third-place team plaque, just 4.5 points shy of regional runner-up.