Winter Sports Update

Men’s Basketball
 
Season Record: 2 wins, 19 losses
 
"‘Rome wasn’t built in a day’ best sums up our season,” said Assistant Coach Curtis Scipio. “The goal for the rest of the season is to keep preparing our young men to grow on and off the court. We have a completely new varsity roster, so it’s a learning and rebuilding season for our athletes.”
 
Women’s Basketball
 
Season Record: 5 wins, 11 losses
 
“We went into this season with great expectations, even with several injuries/illnesses affecting our starters. The first part of the season was played creatively, moving inexperienced players up from JV, experimenting with new position players, re-defining roles and looking for point production from players not used to carrying the load,” said Coach John Herndon. “Along the way, we've had a couple of impressive victories over Kinkaid and Houston Christian. Our consistency, timing and chemistry are finding their way back to us. Currently, we are ranked fifth in the state among private 5A schools and first in TAPPS 5A  District 7. Our goal is Waco, where the TAPPS Final Four will be held. Our philosophy is ‘Win Today.’”
 
Men’s Soccer
 
Season Record: 6 wins, 7 losses, 1 tie
 
"We have overcome a lot of adversity and challenges this season and still improved on our overall record and the quality of play,” said Coach Guy Chalhoub. “Our next goal is to do well in the district tournament and advance to the state playoffs.”
 
Women’s Soccer

Season Record:
9 wins, 4 losses
 
“Our season started with a mixed bag of expectations. Our ladies have not disappointed,” said Coach Geoff Brooks. “Following the example set by our senior captains, they played through our district, setting a tone of success that is resonating throughout Houston. They ended district play tied for first. They are currently competing in the district tournament and look forward to defending their district title, and moving through the TAPPS postseason. After reaching the state final game last year, they are excited to continue playing high-quality soccer on the road to state. They are hopeful to continue writing the success story of SBS Soccer all the way to the end.”
 
Swim

Regionals:
Men’s – third place
Women’s – third place
 
State Qualifiers:
 
Women’s
Elaine Adams ‘23
Luella Bakker-Barrink ‘22
Haley Killough ‘23
Savannah Neal ‘21
Claire Tidmore ‘21
Chloe Tondera ‘20

Men’s
Ryan Calderon ‘20
Tanner Chapman ‘22
Spencer Locasico ‘21
Grant Mueller ‘20
Evan Steelman ‘22
Michael Towne ‘20
Jefferson Trammell ‘21
Brandon Young ‘22
 
 
"This year has gone by fast for the varsity swim team,” said Coach Mark Hahn. “Looking at the results from the three regional meets, our women will place well, with the men looking to place in the top four at state on February 6. I am very proud of all the accomplishments that each swimmer has made to improve themselves and the team this season!"
 
 
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