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The first match for the 2018 Concordia Lacrosse season was very competitive in the first half, but Westside High School outplayed the Crusaders in the final two quarters en route to a 15-3 defeat for the Crusaders. In only the school’s second season of having a DIII Lacrosse program, the Crusaders had some strong highlights but also several learning opportunities. In the first half, the Wolves from Westside got out to a quick 5-0 lead, but the Crusaders battled back to cut the deficit to 3 at one point when they were only down 6-3. However, the Wolves experience and…

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The Concordia Lutheran Baseball program invites you to attend Concordia’s Night with the Legends Featuring: Reid Ryan (President of Baseball Operations for the Houston Astros) The event will take place Thursday January 25th, 2018 in the Concordia Commons Silent Auction begins at 6:00 followed by the meal at 7:00 Click here for tickets.

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St. John Tourney success CLHS Boys soccer played well at the St. John tournament on November 18th. The Saders had a 3-1 record with wins against Emery Weiner, Kipp, and St. John. Their loss came against the British School with a 1-0 outcome. Unfortunately, based on goal differential, the Saders missed the championship game. Kipp, the team the Saders beat earlier in the day, ended up winning the tournament in a shootout. District Opener Crusader boys soccer started off their district play with a tough game at Awty. Crusader defense, led by Zack Pindell, really stepped up to frustrate the…

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The crusader football team was pushed out of the playoffs by Trinity Christian from Addison by a score of 22-39 Saturday, November 13.  It was a heartbreaking loss after a very successful regular season. District Recap In their district campaign, leading up to the playoff game, the Crusaders went 2-1.  They started district play with an 11 point loss to state semifinalists St. Pius 42-53.  It was a back and forth game that saw the Crusaders tie the game up coming out of halftime.  After the tough loss the Crusaders bounced back in historic fashion by beating the St. Thomas…

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Concordia Holds Off Kinkaid To Stay Undefeated By Thomas Bingham on October 14, 2017 12:37 am Concordia Lutheran (6-0) bounced back from an early 10-point hole, and prevailed at Kinkaid (3-3) 52-51. The Crusaders overcame an early Hayden Rome field goal, a James House red zone interception, and a Josh Williams’ six-yard score to remain perfect on the season. “It was really good to have a really tough game before district,” said VYPE Player of the Game Anthony Garza. “It’s nice that we got this defining win.” It took a quarter to wake up, but once SaderNation got going, it was hard stopping ‘em. Colin…

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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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