STARS OF THE SPRING: Concordia Lutheran 2022 Spring Wrap
It was a busy Spring at Concordia Lutheran. Baseball led the way as the 'Saders reached the TAPPS State Final Four. Track & Field showed well this Spring with several stars advancing to the State Meet. Golf, tennis and lacrosse had a lot to cheer about as well.
TRACK & FIELD
The 2022 CLHS Lacrosse Team
CLHS FINISHED 4TH IN THE TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL LACROSSE LEAGUE (THSLL) CLASS D SOUTH DISTRICT IN THE REGULAR SEASON AND LOST IN THE SEMIFINALS OF THE CITY PLAYOFFS TO EVENTUAL CHAMPION AND TOP SEED, WESTSIDE HIGH SCHOOL.
The Crusaders were led on offense by Carter Segura, Christian Johnson and Jadon Finn, who earned all-state selections. Finn leaves the program as the leader in career points (59), career goals (43) and career assists (16). Defensively, Andrew Blades led the way and was named to the all-state team.
Caleb Symons and Ryan Hubenak received all-district nods. Matthew Brady, Philip Semple, Evan Wilson, Alec English, Brandon Stanley, Jake Cook and Hudson Huempfner were honorable mentions.
The 2022 CLHS Baseball Team
THE CRUSADER BASEBALL TEAM HAD ANOTHER MAGICAL SEASON, GOING 24-5 OVERALL AND 10-2 TO WIN TAPPS DISTRICT 4-DI.
They were just getting started as Concordia Lutheran knocked off San Antonio Christian to reach the State Tournament at the University of Texas-Arlington.
Leading the way were first-team, all-state selections Sean Fitzpatrick (Arkansas), Alex Petrovic (Auburn-commit) and Nolan Traeger (TCU-commit). Zachary Daigre was an all- state, honorable mention. All four were first-team, all-district selections. Douglas Pieri, Jax Traeger (TCU), Michael Herndon and Christian Kurtz were named second teamers.
Courtney Mosemann, Karalyn Rich, Meryl Eaves, Blythe Brooks, Jayden Schoppe, Lauren Martin, Caly Hardy and Georgia Marlow
The Concordia Lutheran softball team reached the postseason after going 9-13-2 on the season. The ‘Saders fell to Incarnate Word of San Antonio in the first round.
The postseason awards came pouring in. Courtney Mosemann and Meryl Eaves earned first-team and academic all-state honors. Freshman Faith Keiper made all-district, second-team, while Georgia Marlow, Caly Hardy, Kaitlyn Battista and Reece Ivanovsky were honorable mentions.