Austin/San Antonio area teams went 2-2 in TAPPS 11-Man football state championship games and 1-1 in TAPPS Six-Man football state title games last week. Check out who finished the season on top and who finished as a runner-up.
TAPPS 11-Man Division II State Championship Game: Cedar Hill Trinity Christian School 48, Regents School of Austin 19
Regents School of Austin trailed 14-13 with 9:05 left in the third quarter, but Cedar Hill Trinity Christian School outscored it 34-6 down the stretch to claim its third straight state championship win against the Knights.
TAPPS 11-Man Division III State Championship Game: Geneva School of Boerne 49, Lubbock Christian School 18
Geneva School of Boerne earned the state title with a dominant 21-0 second half against Lubbock Christian School.
TAPPS 11-Man Division IV State Championship Game: Shiner St. Paul 20, Hallettsville Sacred Heart Catholic School 16
Shiner St. Paul overcame a 10-7 end-of-the-third quarter deficit against district foe Hallettsville Sacred Heart Catholic School to win its second straight state title and fourth crown in the past five years.
TAPPS Six-Man Division II State Championship Game: Watauga Harvest Christian Academy 60, New Braunfels Christian Academy 52
New Braunfels Christian Academy held a 22-20 halftime lead, but Watauga Harvest Christian Academy outscored it 40-30 in the second half to win the title game shootout.
TAPPS Six-Man Division III State Championship Game: Fredericksburg Heritage School 46, Weatherford Christian School 26
Fredericksburg Heritage School rode a 38-7 second half surge to a come-from-behind state title game win against Weatherford Christian School.
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To the victors, go the spoils.
The Houston private school volleyball landscape was headlined by Episcopal and St. Agnes. The Knights won the Southwest Preparatory Conference title, while the Tigers won the TAPPS 6A title. Concordia Lutheran fell in the semis to St. Agnes.
While the team titles have been won, it's time for the individual honors.
THE 2019 ALL-VYPE PRIVATES SCHOOL AWARDS
Bria Woodard, Episcopal, Hitter
OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Madisen Skinner, Faith West Academy, Hitter
DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Brooke Frazier, Concordia Lutheran, Libero
Sophia Keene, Concordia Lutheran, Hitter
Trinity Watts, Episcopal, Hitter
Sahara Maruska, St. Agnes, Hitter
Sania Petties, Episcopal, Middle
Blair Moreland, St. John XXIII, Setter
Calli Collins, St. John XXIII, Libero
Sophie Agee, St. Agnes, Hitter
Sydney Whitfield, Concordia Lutheran, Hitter
Hannah Stallings, Lutheran South, Hitter
Cimone Woodard, Episcopal, Middle
Aislynn Shore, Frassati, Setter
Julia Bradshaw, St. Agnes, Libero
HONORABLE-MENTION (In Alphabetical Order)
AC Adam, John Cooper
Bella Adams, Houston Christian
Ellie Ashby, Houston Christian
Alexis Bodunrin, Frassati
Julia Faseler, Second Baptist
Laci Gratakowski, St, John XXIII
AJ Harrell, John Cooper
Bailey Hanner, FBCA
Kenzie McNeill, Rosehill Christian School
Toyosi Onabanjo, St. Agnes
Sydney Shupak, St. Pius X
Tessa Tellepsen, Duchesne, Duchesne
Taelor Whatley, Rosehill Christian School
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The Houston-area is full of boys' and girls' soccer talent, v
Power programs like Tompkins, The Woodlands and Memorial girls were on hand along with the likes of St. Thomas Episcopal, Sharpstown and the Strake Jesuit boys' teams among others.
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