It has been a busy week around Cy Creek Nation with a lot of accomplishments to talk about.
Start on the football field.
Cy Creek defeated Memorial last week 31-6 to improve to 6-3 overall and and 6-1 in District 17-6A play. But the biggest number of the day was 100. That is what this win marked in the career record of Greg McCaig at Cy Creek.
According to a release, McCaig was presented with two game balls, one signed by faculty, coaches and players and one from the Cypress Creek Silverados Drill Team. McCaig also received a commemorative 100 wins t-shirt, towel and a celebratory cake.
McCaig took over the Cougars in 2002 following short stints at Giddings and Stratford.
"The kids are the only reason why I do all this because I enjoy being around them," McCaig said in a Cy-Fair ISD release. "They changed over the years and our demographics have changed over the years but I've enjoyed having the opportunity to coach all of them. That's why you're there – to spend time with those guys because they do a great job."
Cypress Creek will try and win a share of the District 17-6A Championship this week when they face Cy-Fair, which is looking to complete a perfect regular season slate with a victory.
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Cy Creek Volleyball
The Cy Creek volleyball team finished the regular season at 21-21 overall and 10-6 in district, which pushed them into the playoffs.
Earlier this week, Cy Creek battled Bellaire in the first round only to fall short 3-1, ending their season.
Alex Evans-Brooks finished the year leading Cy Creek in the kills category, posting 331, and also leading the team in aces with 39. Brooks also finished with 362 digs, which was second-best on the team. The senior was followed in the kill column by junior Kiara Thomas, who had 240, and also had 336 digs.
Hallie Shepherd led the Cougars in digs with 393, while Paige Underbrink led the team with 814 assists.
This marked the second-straight season Cy Creek has made the playoffs. The Cougars will return some players off this team for next year, which should make them a contender again for a playoff berth.
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With just a couple of weeks to go in the season, VYPE has restructured its Class 6A Top 20. There has been some movement but honestly, the cream has risen to the top.
District titles are starting to get claimed, the Top 10 did see a little movement with Ridge Point jumping from five to three and Klein falling from No. 1 to No. 4 as the most dramatic shift.
The Top 4 is a tight race with a win here and a win there being the difference right now.
1) Pearland Dawson (Prev. 2) ** 36-4 Overall / 11 game winning streak
2) The Woodlands (Prev. 3) ** 40-3 Overall / 9-game winning streak
3) Ridge Point (Prev. 5) ** 39-4 Overall / 10-game winning streak
4) Klein (Prev. 1) ** 33-6 Overall / 1-game losing streak
5) Bridgeland (Prev. 4) ** 39-4 Overall / 7-game winning streak
6) Cinco Ranch (Prev. 6) ** 30-5 Overall / 20-game winning streak
7) Deer Park (Prev. 8) ** 33-8 Overall / 13-game winning streak
8) Cy-Fair (Prev. 9) ** 29-10 Overall / 2-game winning streak
9) College Park (Prev. 7) ** 24-4 Overall / 1 game winning streak
10) Katy (Prev. 10) ** 27-13 Overall / 2-game winning streak