Fall sports are midway through seasons, so here is a look back at our Eagle athletes and their current stats. Go, Eagles!
"I have had the opportunity to see all of our teams compete this fall and have been really impressed by our preparation, attitude toward competition and effort to claim victory,” said Director of Athletics Mike Walker. “I love working alongside our dedicated coaches and athletes. An equally impressive part of SBS athletics is how this community of parents and school staff come together to serve our teams in big ways. Gameday is so much fun thanks to our parents who work in concessions, provide food, decorate, set up/clean up or contribute in many other ways. SBS is truly an awesome place to be."
“The team this season has done an outstanding job of buying into our team concept, accepting accountability and taking care of little details,” said Varsity Football Coach Terry Pirtle. “We had some quality wins to start the season and hope that translates into being successful once again in district play. We have many new faces on our coaching staff, and they are doing a great job!”
Varsity: 6 wins 1 loss
JV: 2 wins 3 losses
Eighth Grade: 6 wins 0 losses
Seventh Grade: 5 wins 0 losses
“The Second Baptist School varsity cross country team is winding down their season,” said Cross Country Coach Roxanne Worley. “We have had many successes at our meets this year. Our men’s varsity team placed second at the Cypress Christian Invitational on September 15. They also placed third at the SBS hosted Soaring Eagles Cross Country Meet on September 22, and at the Faith West Hills Cross Country Meet on October 6. The women’s team placed third overall as well at the Soaring Eagles Cross Country Meet.”
Men’s varsity team placed second at Cypress Christian Invitational
Men’s varsity team placed third at the Faith West Hills Cross Country Meet
Women’s varsity team placed third at the SBS hosted Soaring Eagles Meet
Men's varsity team placed second in District
Women's varsity team placed fourth in District
“The six seniors have done a great job leading our upper school program,” said Varsity Volleyball Coach Sue Berg. “Varsity has fought hard despite the challenges we have faced. I look forward to the play-offs and competing for a championship.”
Varsity: 15 wins 11 losses
JV Gold: 9 wins 12 losses
JV Blue: 7 wins 8 losses 1 tie
Eighth Grade: 5 wins 7 losses
Seventh Grade: 5 wins 10 losses
Volleyball begins playoffs October 27. Join us in wishing these athletes good luck!