Winter Sports Finish SPC Competitions; Spring Sports Begin

SPC Championship Results and results from the week of February 10


Feb. 13 at SPC Championships
5th place
Girls 4th place • Boys 5th place

Coach Sara Bany: One of the hardest things about coaching is ending a season, finishing with a team, graduating seniors. We have spent countless hours together in the weight room, at practice, at meets, on buses, dinners, and lunches. We have laughed and cried together. We have experienced fast swims and excitement as well as disappointment. This team supported each other through both. We had tremendous leadership and sportsmanship from our seniors and a great group of underclassmen. Whether we ended the season with a championship or small victories, I am so proud of all of them – they have worked so hard this season and the results show it. Here are some highlights:

SPC Champions:
Girls’ 200 Medley Relay – Caitlin Lanigan, Tillie Claggett, Jane Ritch, Lauren Cordes
200 IM – Chris Seymour
Diving – Adelaide Herman
100 Fly – Chris Seymour

All-SPC (all of the SPC Champions above plus):
Victor Guerrero – 200 Free
Boys’ 200 Free Relay – Henry Shea, Alex Dharbal, Victor Guerrero, Chris Seymour

New school records:

200 IM – Chris Seymour (1:55.35)
100 Back – Henry Shea (54. 41)

Scored points in the meet – top 8 finishes (all of the above plus):
Boys’ 200 Medley Relay – Alex Dharbal, Zac Winton, Nicholas Harris, Andrew Mahler
Jane Ritch – 200 Freestyle 
Lauren Cordes – 50 Freestyle
Victor Guerrero – 50 Freestyle
Jane Ritch and Katia Guerrero – 100 Fly
Caitlin Lanigan – 100 Free
Henry Shea – 100 Free
Lauren Cordes – 500 Free
Girls’ 200 Free Relay – Caitlin Lanigan, Tillie Claggett, Katia Guerrero, Jane Ritch
Caitlin Lanigan – 100 Back
Tillie Claggett – 100 Breast
Girls’ 400 Free Relay – Lauren Cordes, Victoria Davila, Katia Guerrero, Tillie Claggett
Boys’ 400 Free Relay – Henry Shea, Alex Dharbal, Victor Davila, Christopher Seymour

Congratulations to all who went season-best times or personal best times:
Victor Guerrero – 200 Free
Chris Seymour – 200 IM
Lauren Cordes – 50 Free
Katia Guerrero – 50 Free
Zac Winton – 50 Free
Nicholas Harris – 50 free
Katia Guerrero – 100 Fly
Noelle Harris – 100 Free
Peyton Boone – 100 Free
Henry Shea – 100 Free
Katie Kovin – 500 Free
Henry Shea – 100 Back
Nicholas Harris – 100 Breast
Zac Winton – 100 Breast


2/13-15 at SPC Championships

Game 1 vs. The Oakridge School • 5-1 WIN
Goals by Miles Miller, John Ordman, Will Young, Ali Zidan, Emi Plaza

Game 2 vs. Casady • 3-0 LOSS

Game 3 vs. Episcopal High School • 3-0 LOSS

7th place SPC finish

Coach Bryan Sherman: The team had a great season but came up a bit short in the final matches. I am very proud of the effort of the team all season. Our seniors did a great job of setting the standard and they will be missed. We have a great group of guys returning next season and I look forward to what this team can do next season.


2/13-15 at SPC Championships

Game 1 vs. The Oakridge School • 50-35 LOSS

Game 2 vs. St. Stephen's Episcopal, 52-28 WIN

Game 3 vs. The Hockaday School, 60-44 WIN

9th place SPC finish


Next up for Dragon Tennis:
Feb. 21 at Episcopal High School Tournament, 11 a.m.


2/11 vs Lutheran South • 10-2 LOSS

2/13 at Second Baptist • 4-0 WIN

Coach Mike Williams: Varsity beats Second Baptist behind freshman pitcher Vaughn McKeever and senior Callum Burton 4-0, only giving up two hits in seven innings.

Next up for Dragon Boys’ Baseball:
Feb. 17 at Woodlands Christian, 4 p.m.
Feb. 20-22 hosting SPC vs. TAAPS Challenge
Feb. 25 at St. Thomas High School, 7 p.m.
Feb. 27-29 at Rosehill Christian Tournament


Next up for Dragon Girls’ Softball:
Feb. 20 vs Cypress Christian, 4:30 p.m.
Feb. 25 vs. Incarnate Word, 4:30 p.m.
Feb. 28 at Grapevine Faith, Kelly High School, 1 p.m.
Feb. 29 at Weimar High School, 1 p.m.
Feb. 29 at Galena Park, 2:30 p.m.


2/15 at The Woodlands Christian Academy Invitational
Girls 1st place • Boys 4th place

Girls • 1st place
Top 8 finishers
Amara Oguchi: Champion Shot Put and Discus (New School Record in Discus)
Madison Breaux: 3rd 300m Hurdles & 6th 100m Hurdles
4x400m Relay: 2nd Madison Breaux, Bailey Leavitt, Katie Drake & Onese Ewherido
Katie Drake: 2nd 80m
Bailey Leavitt: 3rd 800m
Megan Day: 4th 3200m
Rebecca Melin: 5th 3200m
Chloe Smith: 5th 1600m
Abby Mendenhall: 6th 1600m
Onese Ewherido: 8th 200m

Boys • 4th Place
Jack O’Riordan: Champion High Jump
Cadan Hanson: Champion 800m
Will McDermott: 2nd 1600m
Ben Currin: 3rd Discus & 4th Shot Put
Jackson Kovin: 4th 200m
Andrew Mahler: 4th 800m
Vishnu Swaminathan: 5th 800m
Travis Birdsall: 5th 110m Hurdles
4x400m Relay: 3rd Vishnu Swaminathan, Cadan Hanson, Andrew Mahler & Grant Wilson

Coach Scott Holland: It was a great start for the track program. Winning Shot and Discus, plus a School Record for Amara Oguchi in Discus and several opening with Personal Best. Winning the girls' title without running a full team is extremely encouraging. Looking forward to seeing what we do with everyone competing. Boys’ had a strong showing as well. Jack O’Riordan and Cadan Hanson led the way with wins in the High Jump and 800m runs.

Next up for Dragon Track & Field:
Feb. 21 host dual meet with Concordia Lutheran
Feb. 22 at The Woodlands High School Invitational, TWHS
Feb. 29 at Dick Phillips Relays, Episcopal High School

Next up for Dragon Golf:
Feb. 24 vs. Kinkaid School, Blackhorse Golf Club

Thursday, February 20
Boys’ Varsity Baseball host SPC vs. TAAPS Challenge, time TBA
Girls’ Varsity Softball vs. Cypress Christian, 5:30 p.m.
Friday, February 21
Boys’ Varsity Baseball host SPC vs. TAAPS Challenge, time TBA
Varsity Track & Field vs. Concordia Lutheran, 4:30 p.m.
Saturday, February 22
Boys’ Varsity Baseball host SPC vs. TAAPS Challenge, time TBA

*conference match up