FALL WRAP: Frassati Looks To Build Upon 2021 Fall Sports Seasons
AFTER STARTING THE YEAR 4-1,THE FALCONS FINISHED 0-5 TOMISS THE PLAYOFFS AND PLACE SIXTH OVERALL IN DISTRICT PLAY.
Frassati’s four wins came on a string. After starting the season with a loss to Bay Area Christian, the Falcons beat Cristo Rey Jesuit 43-2, won by forfeit over Sabine Pass, beat KIPP Houston 34-6 and took down KIPP Generations Collegiate, 48-21.
Senior athlete Zamari Bruce earned TAPPS Division II all-state honors, being named to the second team.
Bruce also took all-district honors, being selected to the District 4 first team. Bruce caught 49 passes for 1,038 yards and 13 touchdowns, averaging 21.2 yards per catch.
Freshman running back Ethan Schubert was named to the all-district second team. Senior athlete David Stowe was named to the second team as well. Senior Giovanni Jabbour was named to the all-state academic team.
FRASSATI ENJOYED A SUCCESSFUL YEAR ON THE COURT, MAKING IT TO THE AREA ROUND OF THE TAPPS 5A PLAYOFFS.
The Falcons beat St.Joseph Academy-Brownsville in the Bi-District round with a 3-0 sweep before falling to Brentwood Christian, 3-0, in Area. For their achievements in 2021, the Falcons had a plethora of talent recognized with postseason awards.
In all-district TAPPS 5A selections, junior Alexis Bodunrin was named to the first team. She was also named an all-state first teamer.
Senior Katharine Liepman, junior Natalia Kacprzak and sophomore Lauren McCollor were named to the all-district second team.
Senior Meghan Webb and sophomore Sofia Miranda were named as honorable-mention picks.
FRASSATI’S BOYS PLACED 11TH OVERALL, OUT OF 28 TEAMS, AT THE TAPPS 5A CROSS COUNTRY STATE MEET.
The Falcons boys were paced by senior Thomas Langley (11th, 17:42.7), sophomore Andrew Langley (30th, 18:39.5) and junior Collin Dufrene (88th, 21:07.9).
Individually, the boys State race consisted of 193 runners.The Frassati girls placed 10th overall out of 22 teams.
The Falcons’ ladies were paced by senior Ashlyn Miller (9th, 12:57.3), freshman Breelyn Miller (26th, 13:51.9) and sophomore Annie Perry (30th, 13:52.0). Senior Mary Maggio (78th, 15:34.7) also fared well at State. Ashlyn was named as an all-state honoree.