Winter Sports Update

As the Eagle winter sports season draws to a close, here is a look back at our successful seasons!
 
Basketball
 
Varsity Men – 22 wins 11 losses (Second in District)
Varsity Women – 21 wins 6 losses (District champs)
JV Men – 6 wins 8 losses
JV Women – 15 wins 3 loss                  
Eighth Grade Boys – 14 wins 2 losses (HJPC champs)
Eighth Grade Girls – 15 wins 1 loss (Second place in HJPC)
 
“Men’s varsity basketball team will finish second in district standings this year,” said Coach Kevin Mouton. “During the year, our Eagles held the number one spot in 5A for four weeks, and are currently sixth in the state. This will be our eighth consecutive year playing at the state tournament.”
 
Swim
 
2019 TAPPS Regional Meet:
Men’s – Regional Champions
Women’s – Second Place
 
2019 TAPPS State Qualifiers:
Women’s:
Luella Bakker-Barrink ‘22
Maycie McDonald ‘21
Savannah Neal ‘21
Sophie Newell ‘19
Kallie Steelman ‘19
Chloe Tondera
Men’s:
Ryan Calderon ‘20
Spencer Locascio ‘21
Grant Mueller ‘20
Yuhuan Pan ‘19
Michael Towne ‘20
Jefferson Trammell ‘21
Brandon Young ‘22
 
2019 TAPPS State Meet:
Men’s – Fourth Place
Women’s – Fifth Place
 
Individual Awards:
Sophie Newell ’19 – Distinguished State Girl Division I, Bruce Rollins Swimmer of the Meet Award, First Place in 100 Free, Second Place in 100 Breast Stroke
Spencer Locascio ’21 – Second Place in 50 Free, Second Place in 100 Butterfly
 
“We lost quite a few swimmers last year from both the men’s and women’s teams when they graduated, so this was quite a remarkable rebuilding year for both teams,” said Coach Mark Hahn. “Our men’s team was regional champions and the women’s team came in second place at regionals. Both teams did an amazing job at state. I hate to see the seniors leave but look forward to next season!”
 
Soccer
 
Varsity Women – 14 wins 2 losses (Undefeated in district)
Varsity Men – 2 wins 10 losses 1 tie
Middle School Girls – 4 wins 14 losses
Middle School Boys – 5 wins 7 losses
 
“The varsity men’s soccer program had several highlights and bright spots this year,” said men’s Coach Guy Chalhoub. “We had a record crowd show up for the Heroes Game. There was huge growth in participation numbers as the season went long. We grew from nine athletes on the first day of tryouts and ended the season with 21 players on the roster.”
 
Both the men’s and women’s teams had multiple athletes make All-District level teams and women’s soccer had five athletes make Academic All-State.
 
Golden Girls
 
TAPPS Spirit of Dance Competition - Second place
 
MA Houston Classic - Super Sweepstakes (earning the highest scores for all three dances). Awards for technique, choreography, high point and best in class. Fourth overall team.
 
"This year's team has been a joy to lead. They are hardworking and dedicated,” said coach Madelyn Wilson. “They aim to serve each other and everyone they encounter. My favorite part of taking them to the second competition was observing the impact they are not afraid to make. Competing against several public high schools and dance studios, these young women were kind, gracious and fearlessly shared their faith with other dancers."
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