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Spring Sports Recap 2022

Spring Sports Recap 2022

The best way to end a year of sports is with another state championship! SBS baseball provided the ultimate culmination by securing our thirty-second state title. Moreover, there were momentous accomplishments on the field, diamond, track, court and course throughout the spring.

“Thank you to our SBS community for supporting another successful season of athletics,” said Director of Athletics Mike Walker. "What a year it was - one state championship, three state-runner up teams, six trips to the final four and almost every varsity team advanced to at least the regional round of playoffs.” 

Looking back on a year of athletic achievement, Mike Walker continued, “Our team of coaches believes that victory on the field is a byproduct of the small victories happening within our culture on a daily basis. We will continue to execute the mission of Second Baptist School with greater and greater intent each year. Congratulations to all our Eagles!" 


Senior Emma Garcia said, “I am so proud of our softball team. Our new coach, Coach Oz, kept us confident following last year’s winning season, led our team well and established a new and unified softball culture at SBS. With her guidance, we were able to finish in the playoffs as one of the top eight teams.”

  • Varsity: 9-10

    Regional Runner-Up 

    Area Champions 

  • Seventh and Eighth Grade: 5-8

    HJPC First Round


SBS baseball ended the 2021-2022 school year by securing a state championship! Head Coach Raynor Noble reflected on the winning season. “In the beginning of the season, I knew we had the pieces necessary to make a run at the state title. Our schedule was firm with good opponents from start to finish, and that is what prepared us. At the state tournament, the team played really well; we got good pitching and had numerous clutch hits. It all culminated in a 11-5 victory for the state title.”

  • Varsity: 24-6

    State Champions

    District Champions 

  • JV: 12-9

  • Eighth Grade: 11-1-1

    HJPC Semi-Final

  • Seventh Grade: 4-4-2


Coach Brad Lane said, “We finished the track season with eleven athletes qualifying for the state track meet, and many of our athletes outperformed their previous records. From running their fastest times ever at the district meet to improving their PRs week by week all the way to state, I'm proud of the effort and work they all put in.”

  • Varsity State Results

    • Men - 4x100 - seventh place

    • Garrett Hughes ‘23 - third place - triple jump

    • Olivia Smith ‘24 - fifth place - high jump 

    • CJ Hobbs ‘23 - fifth place - 3200 m 

    • Alec Williams ‘22 - sixth place - discus 

    • Emily Rogers ‘23 - fifth place - 100 m 

    • Jacob Pedersen ‘22 - seventh place - 110 m hurdles 

  • Varsity District Results

    • Garrett Hughes ‘23 - district champion - triple jump

    • Olivia Smith ‘24 - second place - high jump

    • CJ Hobbs ‘23 - district champion - 1600 m, second place - 3200 m

  • Eighth Grade:

    • Girls - fourth place at HJPC meet

    • Madison Kalife ‘24 - first place - shot put at HJPC

    • Clayton Hedges ‘24 - first place - long jump at HJPC

  • Seventh Grade:

    • Girls - Runner-up in HJPC meet

    • Girls - First place at LSA Invitational


The highlight of this year’s golf season was the third place finish of our men’s golf team at the TAPPS state tournament. Coach Jenny Murdock warmly reflected, “I cannot begin to tell you how proud I am of all of the players in our golf program. The players who ultimately represented SBS in district, regionals and state had to really earn their spots.” She added, “We had a truly spectacular year and great leadership by our captain Patrick Elder ‘22 who showed everyone the way.”  

  • Varsity: 

    • State Men's team - third place

    • District Men’s team - second place

    • Anastasia Rowlen ‘25 - third place in district

    • Patrick Elder ‘22 - fifth place in district

  • Middle School Girls HJPC Tournament at Hermann Park Golf Course

    • 3 Medalists - Emily Rouse ‘27 (92), Morgan Gross ‘27 (110), Callie Toomey ‘27 (115)

  • Middle School Boys HJPC Tournament at Sharpstown Golf Course

    • Top Scores - Chris Torn ‘26 (76), Timothy McCay ‘26 (97), Michael Maestas ‘27 (89), Jack Maggi ‘27 (86) and Mark Meloy ‘26 (110)


Coach David Hall reports that tennis had an incredible season. “Seven players qualified for state,” he elaborated. “Caroline Chapman ‘22 finished third at the state tournament in Waco, and we had a lot of close matches. Our players got a taste of what it is like to compete at the highest level.”

  • Varsity:

    • State: Caroline Chapman '22 - third place

    • Line 1 Doubles - Cameron Reid ‘23 and Brandon Sek ‘25

    • Line 1 Singles - Dariush Boujabadi ‘22

    • Line 1 Women’s Doubles - Stella Baird ‘24 and Elliott Preston ‘24

    • Line 1 Singles - Caroline Chapman ‘22

    • Line 2 Singles - Kate Kell ‘22