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2019 6’8 F Montavious Murphy (Concordia Lutheran)– Not going lie… I have never seen him play like this, EVER. This was his biggest game on the big stage. He was head & shoulders the best player that played in the Campbell Center yesterday, and that’s saying a lot considering some of the other guys I’ll mention below. He was fantastic. He looked athletic, he looked confident, he looked like a big 12 commit. A LOUD 32 points and 8 rebounds. I was impressed with his performance. Went baseline for a dunk, got 2 tip dunks, and hit 3’s… it was…

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The Boys competed very well in the John Cooper Meet at Burroughs. They took advantage of the shorter 2-mile race and ran much faster miles than in the 5K races so far. We were glad that many of you were able to come see them compete. Varsity finished second and JV took 4th. If you would like to see the complete results, click on the link below RESULTS

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Friday Night Lights was a great success for the Varsity Lady Sader Cross Country Team. This was a HUGE meet for both public and private schools to attend. Out of a total of 28 teams in their race, the girls finished 8th overall. The ladies looked strong and competed very well for their second race of the year. L. Kastenschmidt (SO) finished 9th overall out of the 216 girls in the Varsity B division, while E. Engelbart (Jr) and K. Wendler (Jr) placed 39th and 41st.    Official Results: http://tx.milesplit.com/meets/323795/results/599974/formatted#.W4GU7y2ZNo4

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Our Lady Crusaders Cross Country team had a busy morning with both Varsity and JV teams earning 1st place finishes at the Incarnate Word Academy Invitational this morning! Congrats ladies for your first meet win of the season and hoping for many more! The Varsity team dominated the course with L. Kastenschmidt (SO) claiming 5th place, E. Engelbart (JR) in 6th place, and K. Wendler (JR) in 11th place. The team packed well as the four other Lady Crusader runners followed closely behind included A. Zindler (FR), E. Cooper (JR), A. Schatte (SR), and M. Jones (JR). The JV team…

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The Concordia Lutheran Girls’ Soccer program landed 5 players on the Lutheran All-American Team. Twenty-three girls’ high school soccer players from among the nearly 200 Lutheran high schools in the USA and Canada received the Lutheran All-American Association’s (LAAA) 1st Team All-American Award. This honor is awarded annually to recognize the best players at their respective positions from their high school season. In all, 95 players across North America were named to the 1st Team, 2nd Team, and Honorable Mention or Freshman Team High School All-American teams. At the end of the high school season Coaches and Athletic Directors nominate…

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The Concordia Crusader football team took on the Hitchcock Bulldogs last Friday night and beat them by a score of 40-12. The Crusaders were led on offense by a pair of touchdown passes from A. Garza to B. Hurley and a shutdown defense. Crusader special teams set the tone for the game when J. Reynolds blocked a punt for a safety. On the ensuing drive the Crusader offense scored on a 3 yard run from K.Ross. The bulldogs answered with 7 minutes left in the 2nd quarter to make the game 9-6. Concordia answered right back with a…

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JV Boys results Varsity Boys Results Due to Hurricane Harvey, the Crusader Boys Cross Country Team was not able to take their annual, overnight teambuilding trip to race in a meet in Waxahachie.  Fortunately, due to some additional hurricane-related schedule changes, the boys made up for this experience with a road trip this past weekend to UT-Arlington’s Gerald Richey Invitational.  The boys were able to see several college teams race, as well as run with some of the best high school runners in the region, running in both the 1A-4A Varsity and the 5A-6A Varsity Divisions. Several Crusader boys set…

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The Concordia Lutheran Football team beat the Second Baptist Eagles in stunning fashion on Friday night 24-22. The Eagles were the first to put points on the board when their opening drive stalled and they were forced to kick a field goal. The Crusaders struggled to move the ball on their opening possession and punted the ball away to the Eagles. Second Baptist drove down the field and scored early in the 2nd quarter to go up 10-0. On the next offensive Crusader possession the Eagles forced a fumble on a Crusader broken play and recovered the ball on their…

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The Lady Crusader Cross Country Team ran home with SECOND place at the Galveston Ball High School Meet on Friday, Sept.8th. The meet was attended by 5A/6A public schools as Concordia was just one of two private schools in attendance. In the Varsity girls 4k (2.5 miles) race, there were 16 teams and 112 athletes. Concordia had six girls in the Varsity race consisting of one Freshman, three Sophomores, one Junior and one Senior. Five of them placed in the top 25. L. Kastenschmidt (Fr) took 5th place with a time of 16:31, E. Engelbart (So) took 10th place with a…

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