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  • 5 Senior Football Players Will Play in College

    After a 10-2 season the Warriors are sending five seniors on to play college football next season. »Read more...

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  • Track & Field 2017

    More than 80 student-athletes worked hard to compete well in this year's track and field events. »Read more

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  • Baseball Season 2017

    The Warriors wrapped up the 2017 season in area playoffs just missing state playoffs by one game. Learn more about Warrior baseball via these links: Game schedule | Baseball Booster Club | Baseball Twitter

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  • Lady Warrior Softball Season 2017

    The Lady Warriors wrapped up the 2017 season at the regional competition.

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  • State Swim Meet - New State Record Set by Jones

    Swimmers competed well at TAPPS state with Jones setting a new state record. Read more... 

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Spotlights

  • FOOTBALL

    Kooiman Named VYPE NW Houston Football Player of the Year

    July 19, 2017

    The accolades just keep coming for 2017 graduate Matthew Kooiman as he prepares to join the Olivet Nazarene University Football Program in the fall.

  • VOLLEYBALL

    Lady Warrior 2017 Tryout and Practice Schedule

    July 19, 2017

    All high school and middle school girls desiring to play volleyball in the fall are required to attend the scheduled tryout for their age group.

  • TRACK AND FIELD

    MS Track 2017 Season Recap

    May 18, 2017

    The CCS middle school track team competed in six practice meets and ended the season with awards.

  • FOOTBALL

    Five Seniors Moving On to Play College Football

    May 17, 2017

    After an outstanding 10-2 season led by a great senior class, the Warriors are sending five of the ten seniors on to the ranks of college football. About 8% of high school athletes have the opportunity to play athletics in college, but 50% of this special football class will get that opportunity next year.

  • TRACK AND FIELD

    TAPPS State Track Meet Results 2017

    May 11, 2017

    The boys team took state runner-up and the girls team earned 8th place, both out of 25 schools.

 

 

 

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