Dragon Teams Continue Spring Play

Results from the week of April 5
VARSITY GIRLS SOFTBALL
4/6 at Episcopal High School* • 17-2 L
 
4/7 vs St. Pius X canceled
 
4/9 vs Bay Area Christian • 13-9 L
Coach Nicole Hedden: Grace Minarovic drove in four runners. Minarovic drove in runs on a home run in the sixth and a home run in the seventh. Ally Flinn tripled.
Dragons scored five runs in the seventh inning. Amera Finnie and Minarovic sent runners across the plate with RBIs. There were three home runs–Minarovic had a long ball in the sixth and seventh innings and Finnie homered in the seventh inning.
Cooper saw the ball well today, racking up 11 hits in the game. Finnie, Jenna Braun and Minarovic all managed multiple hits for the Dragons. Braun and Finnie collected three.

Next up for Dragon Girls Softball:
April 13 vs Kinkaid*, 5 p.m.

 
VARSITY BOYS BASEBALL 
4/5 vs Legacy School of Sports • 16-3 W
Coach Mike Williams: Vaughn McKeever had four RBIs and Freshman Neil Malik was 3-4.
 
4/8 vs Houston Power • 10-0 W
The Dragons scored ten unanswered runs on their way to a shutout win.
 
Next up for Dragon Boys Baseball:
April 13 at Episcopal High School*, 3:30 p.m.
April 15 at Fort Bend Christian Academy, 7:30 p.m.

 
VARSITY TENNIS 
4/6 vs Duchesne*
Girls 5-1 W

Next up for Dragon Tennis:
April 13 vs. Houston Christian*, 4 p.m.
April 16 vs. St. John’s*, 3:30 p.m.
 
VARSITY TRACK & FIELD 
4/9-10  hosted Cooper Dragon Invitational
Girls 3rd place • Boys 2nd place
 
Girls’ Team • 3rd Place results
Onese Ewherido: 2nd 200m
Amarachukwu Oguchi: 2nd Shot Put NEW SCHOOL RECORD 
Haley Lien: 3rd 100m Hurdles & 5th Long Jump
4x400m Relay 3rd: Onese Ewherido, Bailey Leavitt, Katie Drake, Abby Mendenhall 
Katie Drake: 4th 1600m & 7th 800m
Megan Day: 4th 3200m
Bailey Leavitt: 5th
Mobis Bassir: 5th Triple Jump
Abby Mendenhall: 6th 800m & 8th 1600m
Chloe Smith: 7th 1600m & 8th 800m
Brooke Taylor: 8th 100m & 8th High Jump
 
6 Personal Records including a NEW SCHOOL RECORD
 
Boys • Runner Up results
Amir Rizvi: Champion 300m Hurdles & 2nd 110m Hurdles
Ben Currin: Champion Discus
Will McDermott: 2nd 3200m & 2nd 1600m
Connor Dove: 2nd Shot Put & 2nd Discus
4X100m Relay 2nd: Ryan Cockrill, Gavin Schmidt, Mehdi Rizvi, Owen Baadsgaard
Will Young: 2nd Pole Vault
Jackson Kovin: 2nd 200m
Matthew Rock: 3rd Long Jump & 3rd Triple Jump
Owen Woodside: 3rd Shot Put & 4th Discus
Travis Birdsall: 3rd 110m Hurdles & 5th 300m Hurdles
4X400m Relay 3rd: Tanure Ewherido, Carson Hanson, Amir Rizvi, Jackson Kovin
Tanure Ewherido: 4th 400m
Michael Stupek: 5th 110m Hurdles & 6th 300m Hurdles
Vishnu Swaminathan: 5th 3200m & 5th 1600m
Gavin Schmidt: 5th 100m
Ryan Cockrill: 6th 100m & 6th 200m
Carson Hanson: 7th 800m
Andrew Wilkerson: 7th 1600m & 8th 800m
Mehdi Rizvi: 7th 200m
Jean-Paul Labbe: 8th High Jump
 
36 Personal Records 
 
Coach Scott Holland: What a great meet. Strong performances all over the track and in the field events. We had a great time honoring our seniors. We have only two meets left, and we are excited to see where our training takes us as a team and as individuals. This is a great group, and the best is still to come. 
 
Next up for Dragon Track & Field:
April 16-17 at Nick Finnegan Spring Invitational

 
VARSITY GOLF 
4/6 at Episcopal Invitational, Quail Valley Golf Course

Senior Grant Carter came 4th Medalist overall shooting a 74. Freshman Daniel Zou shot 78 to come in 8th overall. Junior Tillie Claggett was 4th place Medalist with a 77.

Coach Rod Gold
: It seems like the players will peak at just the right time. It will be fun and exciting to see them compete at the SPC South Zone Championship.

Next up for Dragon Golf:
April 20 hosting Cooper Invitational at Woodforest Golf Club, 9 a.m.
 
 
*conference matchup
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