In the 2017-2018 school year, the boys athletic teams at CCS had an unprecedented accomplishment of earning three TAPPS state championships. This accomplishment was honored on Wednesday, February 13 on the floor of the Texas House of Representatives by CCS parent and State Representative, Dr. Tom Oliverson.
The CCS middle school boys soccer team concluded an excellent season on Thursday, January 24 by winning the District Championship title.
The 2018-2019 B team boys basketball season ended with a fourth-place regular season finish and a trip to the WAPS Conference Tournament.
The Warriors took 10 swimmers to the TAPPS State Swim Meet in Mansfield, TX today. Junior, Elliott Jones became a state champion in both the 100 Back and 200 IM, setting TAPPS State and CCS school records in both events.
Cypress Christian School Middle School Girls Basketball teams finished their seasons with wins at the district tournament at Rosehill on January 26.
The middle school boys A team basketball season came to an end Saturday, January 26 at the HAPS Conference postseason tournament with a loss to Woodlands Christian Academy.
CCS took 11 swimmers to the TAPPS regional meet and will be sending four relay teams and two individual swimmers on to the TAPPS State Swim Meet on February 9.
On Monday, nineteen seniors from the boys and girls high school soccer teams took the field for the last time and each of them was honored at a special Senior Night Ceremony.
The CCS MS Boys soccer team played in the River Oaks Baptist School 7th Grade Tournament last week on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
The cheer teams' hard work and dedication were rewarded with Middle School taking 3rd place and Varsity taking home the championship.
The CCS Lady Warrior soccer team is approaching the end of the regular season and both the varsity and junior varsity teams are playing some of the best soccer of the season.
TAPPS released its All-State teams and the Warriors landed eight players on the Academic All-State team and two more players on the Athletic All-State team. To become a member of the Academic All-State team, a player must be first or second team all-district and maintain an A average.
Junior, Elliott Jones, has verbally committed to continue his academic and athletic career at Auburn University. Elliott is a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American swimmer.
CCS hosted a great varsity tournament last weekend. There were a total of 16 teams competing in the tournament from 13 different schools in the southwest part of Texas. Teams played daily with some great competition.
The varsity girls soccer team traveled to All Saints Episcopal School in Fort Worth last weekend for a tournament. The Lady Warriors were prepared for the soccer competition, but nothing could prepare them for the terrible weather conditions the team faced.
High school Lady Warrior Soccer is off to a strong start this year. With the exciting growth in the program, the girl's program now has thirty-three athletes out on the soccer field every day.
The Lady Warriors JV basketball team took home the first place trophy in our own CCS JV Girls and Boys Warrior Tournament last weekend.
We are excited to invite the entire CCS family to a special night this Tuesday, December 4 in the East Gym. The first high school district basketball games will be played and we have the honor of having Coach Van Chancellor, a legend in women’s basketball coaching, with us.
The Warriors finished a record-breaking season with a tough loss to Second Baptist in the second round of the TAPPS Division II playoffs.
On Saturday, November 17, current Cypress Christian School senior, Landen Overton, signed his letter of intent to dual sport in cross country and track at Dallas Baptist University.
The Warriors completed a record-breaking season in Division II football. In total the Warriors had 13 players make the All-District team.
Christian Fleischhauer will be honored as a member of the TD Club of Houston Private School Post Season Team. The senior had an impressive career at CCS.
In the closing seconds for the second straight week, the Warriors pulled out an improbable victory. Coach Spenn passed on an easy field goal with seven seconds to play as the Warriors trailed 17-14. Drue Hirth threw a strike to Joseph Carbone in the back of the end zone to give the Warriors the 21-17 victory, the same score that propelled them into the playoffs the week before.
On Wednesday, November 14, Cypress Christian School hosted a special National Letter of Intent signing ceremony to honor current senior, JT Mounce and his commitment to play baseball at Oklahoma State University.
The Warriors completed the regular season in dramatic fashion on Friday night. High school football games are 48 minutes long and the Warriors used every minute in this game.