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Winter Sports Recap

Winter Sports Recap

Look back at our 2021-2022 SBS winter sports season!

Second Baptist School teams finalized their winter season with district and area championships, state playoff games and strong team spirit. 

Director of Athletics Mike Walker comments, "We had high expectations for the winter season, and I’m proud of our programs for fulfilling those expectations. We knew early on that all of our teams had a legitimate chance of getting to state this year, and looking back, I think we did a great job striving to reach that level.” He added, “So much of this season’s success is a result of coaches pouring into our student-athletes both athletically and spiritually. I’m grateful for their hard work, both on the field and as mentors to our athletes."

Read our middle school fall and winter sports feature here.

Men’s Basketball

Assistant coach for the men’s varsity basketball team Curtis Scipio shared, “In a strong season, the team showed tremendous growth and maturity when it mattered most. The future is bright considering we’ll be bringing back four starters and returning ten players next year.”

  • Varsity: 22-12

    • District Runner-up  
    • Area Champions 
  • JV: 13-8

  • Eighth Grade: 28-1

    • HJPC Champions

  • Seventh Grade: 22-0

Women’s Basketball

The 2021-2022 women’s basketball season began with all players returning minus TAPPS First Team All-State senior, Leyla Ertan ‘21. Head coach John “CH” Herndon said, “It took a couple of months to find our rhythm, but the girls put it together finishing 27-9 overall and 12-0 in district.  We advanced in the TAPPS State tournament in a comeback victory vs. Boerne Geneva in the semi-finals, while ultimately securing the TAPPS State Runner-up in the final championship game.”

  • Varsity: 24-8
    • District Champions 
    • TAPPS State Runner-up
  • Eighth Grade: 20-4
    • HJPC Champions
  • Seventh Grade: 13-3

Men’s Soccer

Riley Good ‘22 - Men’s Varsity Soccer Team Member

Senior Riley Good reflected on the men’s varsity soccer season. A new preseason program, a focus on culture and “spending more time together and building team chemistry led the team to a 3-game win streak beating LSA as well as winning an away game, all of which are firsts for the program.” Riley emphasized, “The brotherhood of the team and bonds we made led to success that has never been seen before in this program.”

  • Varsity: 6-11-1
  • Seventh & Eighth Grade: 6-8

Women’s Soccer

Reflecting on the personal impact, Alexis Gill ‘22 said, “My senior season was definitely a season to remember. I loved connecting with everyone on the team and I can say that our hard work at practice every day definitely paid off!” 

  • Varsity: 16-3
    • District Champions  
    • Area Champions  
  • Seventh & Eighth Grade: 6-8
    • HJPC Semi-Finals  


“We did it all in 2021! We love cheering on all of the sports teams and being able to compete as a cheer team,” said head coach Andrea Spence. “This competition season really brought us closer together as a team and motivated us to do even better next year. The team has eighth graduating seniors who did an amazing job leading and pushing us to be the best we can be.”

TAPPS Cheer Championship

  • Superior Rating

Golden Girls

According to head coach Madelyn Whitehead, “The self-discipline, teamwork and sisterhood that is built throughout the Golden Girl year is unlike any other experience these girls will encounter. The days are long and challenging, but the years are short and the memories and valuable lessons will stay with them forever!”

TAPPS Dance Championship

  • Second Place

Crowd Pleasers January Premiere

  • Solo Awards
  • Grade 10 1st Runner Up Soloist - Caroline Lane ‘24
  • Grade 10 Solo Overall Winner - Emily Ann Haynes ‘24
  • Grade 11 1st Runner Up Soloist - Lauren Schweers ‘23
  • Grade 11 Solo Overall Winner - Emily Bolling ‘23
  • Middle School 1st Runner Up Soloist - Tessa Garcia ‘26

Duet Award

  • Overall Duet Winners - Virginia Young ‘23 and Kendalyn Firenza ‘23

Team Awards

  • Team Lyrical - Platinum/Division Winner
  • Team Pom - High Platinum/Division Winner
  • Team Novelty - High Platinum/Division Winner
  • Highest GPA Award
  • Division Overall Grand Champion Team
  • High Point Winner - Team Pom
  • Overall Grand Champion Team


In his eighteenth year coaching swim for SBS, coach mark Hahn shared that it was another exciting season. “There were awesome swims by all the SBS swimmers at the TAPPS state meet, including the earning of two silver medals and three SBS school records by junior Leighton Chapman.”

2022 TAPPS State Meet

  • Men’s - Fifth Place
  • Women’s - Fourteenth Place


  • Men’s 400 Free Relay - Fourth Place
  • Individual Awards
  • Leighton Chapman ‘23 - Second Place in 200 Free and 500 Free