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What a big year it was for Houston-area private school football as Second Baptist School reached the TAPPS DII state title game and Emery/Weiner won the TAPPS 6-Man title. Kinkaid won the Southwest Preparatory Conference 4A title and John Cooper School won their first ever SPC 3A championship.
Here are the All-VYPE Defensive Teams of the Year presented by Houston Methodist Orthopedic and Sports Medicine.
Carson Hintz, St. Pius X
Alex Lassoued, Kinkaid
Everett Skillern, Second Baptist School
(The winner will be announced as part of the 2021-22 VYPE Awards presented by Houston Methodist Orthopedic and Sports Medicine)
Charles Batterson, St. Thomas
Joseph Courtney, Second Baptist School
Gamble Reed, John Cooper
Peyton Smith, Concordia Lutheran
Luke Allred, Concordia Lutheran
Hutch Coward, Episcopal
Joshua Gomez, Lutheran South
Jackson Murrill, Cypress Christian
Aden Allen, St. Pius X
Jackson Busch, Rosehill Christian
Tyler Langin, St. Thomas
Jacob Rauch, Cypress Christian
Zachary Rocha, St. Thomas
Chandler Bean, FBCA
Kyle Kollmorgen, Second Baptist School
Tegan Spencer, St. Thomas
Grayson Beckman, Cypress Christian
Griffin Fisk, Cypress Christian
Sean Kane, TWCA
Blake Pitts, John Cooper
Kee Shaper, Kinkaid
Mark Shrewsbury, Concordia Lutheran
Caleb Davis, St. Thomas
Tate Elder, Concordia Lutheran
Blaine Baird, FBCA
Derek Felder, TWCA
Cade Goldstraw, Lutheran South
John Perdue, St. John’s
Marquis Williams, St. Thomas
Wesley Barnes, Bay Area Christian School
Joshua Hauser, Rosehill Christian
Ethan McMinn, St. Pius X
Breylan Thompson, Episcopal
Houston Methodist Orthopedics & Sports Medicine is Houston's leading provider of orthopedic services, from sports medicine to joint replacement. Houston Methodist offers comprehensive diagnostic, treatment and rehabilitative services with a high standard of excellence for elite athletes, active adults and student athletes. Houston Methodist serves as the official health care provider for the Houston Texans, Houston Astros, Rice Athletics, Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™, Houston Ballet, Houston Symphony and Houston Grand Opera.
HOUSTON - Make room on the wall inside the Second Baptist School fieldhouse for four more plaques.
On Wednesday, the Eagles athletic department celebrated four more student-athletes signing to the next level. It included three football players off the first state runner-up team since 1999 and one baseball player.
Starting with football, seniors Eli Smith (RB), Everett Skillern (RB/LB) and Colin Hedges (DL) all signed their National Letters of Intent.
Smith, who finished with more than 1,200 yards rushing this season, signed with Villanova, while Skillern, who was the Touchdown Club of Houston Defensive Player of the Year, signed with Brown University and Hedges inked his letter to Lamar University.
On the baseball diamond, Leighton Reddy signed with the University of Texas-Tyler.