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  • March

    Mavericks Land Houston Chronicle Wrestling Honors

    Congratulations to Braden Lane on being named Private School Boys Wrestler of the Year by the Houston Chronicle. Mason Lum, Nico Sturgis, Yahya Mir, and Noah Jamison were also named to the All-Greater Houston Private School Team. 
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  • All-SPC

    Congratulations to the following 2024 winter-season All-SPC honorees:

    Boys Basketball: Malachi Booker, Sebastian Williams-Adams 
    Girls Basketball: Adley Halligan
    Boys Soccer: Danny Wasserman
    Girls Soccer: Avery Mirza, Theodora Popovic, Sarah Shelburne
    Boys Swimming & Diving: Nick Hensel, Alex Miao, Daniel Chen, Evan Williams, Andrew Zhao
    Girls Swimming & Diving: Katie Czelusta, Aien Du, Annika Hensel, Lillian Poag, Sarah Spalding
    Wrestling: Spencer Arouty, Cameron Baird, Wyatt Childers, Henry Denham, Noah Jamison, Braden Lane, Jet Ligums, Mason Lum, Michael Mann, Yahya Mir, Barrett Mossman, Sebi Rodriguez, Nico Sturgis
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  • State Champs- Girls and Boys Tennis Net First State Title

    St. John’s Girls’ & Boys’ Varsity Tennis won the TTCA Private School State Coed Team Tennis Championship held in Bryan-College Station on March 1-2, 2024. This was the first state title in tennis for St. John’s, who was the third seed overall. On Friday, the Mavericks defeated Antonian College Prep of San Antonio 7-0 followed by a 12-1 win over Grace Community High School of Tyler. On Saturday, the Mavericks defeated the number 2 seed Strake Jesuit/St. Agnes 7-1.  In the championship match, St. John’s defeated the 1 seed John Cooper School 7-2. 
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  • February

    Winter SPC Highlights

    The Winter SPC Championships wrapped up on Saturday in Houston. Wrestling grabbed their 10th SPC Championship scoring 230 pts. Boys' Basketball, Girls' Soccer, and Boys' Swimming & Diving finished third. Girls' Basketball and Girls' Swimming & Diving finished 5th. Boys' Soccer finished 7th. 
    Way to go, Mavericks!
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  • 2024 Prep State Champions

    2024 Prep State Champs

    St. John's Wrestling followed up on their fifth State Duals Championship two weeks ago with a seventh Prep State title.  Every wrestler contributed to the first-place score of 195 points. Bishop Lynch (144) finished second, followed by St. Thomas (141.5), All Saints (129), Kinkaid (128.5), St. Mark's (120), Liberty Christian (113), FWCD (52), EHS (47.5), and Trinity Christian (47.5) to round out the top ten schools. 

    Braden Lane won the 106 weight class.  Nico Sturgis (144), Yahya Mir (165), and Noah Jamison (215) finished second place. Mason Lum (126), Jet Ligums (132), and Barrett Mossman (138) all took third. Spencer Arouty (120), Henry Denham (157), and Wyatt Childers (HW) landed in fourth. 

    St. John's hosts the 2024 SPC Championships on Saturday, 2/10/24. 
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  • January

    2024 HJPC Champions

    Middle School Champs: Boys Basketball & Wrestling

    8th-grade boys Basketball won the HJPC tournament for the second year in a row, and Middle School Wrestling finished the season by winning their 10th consecutive state title. Congratulations, Mavericks!
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  • 2024 Prep State Duals Champions

    State Champs: Wrestling Grabs Another Title

    Sam Chambers
    St. John's Wrestling continues to roll out wins and championships. The Mavericks won their fifth consecutive Prep State Dual championship by outscoring their opponents by 278 points combined. St. John’s defeated Cornerstone 70-8, McKinney Christian 72-9, Bishop Gorman 70-12, Kinkaid 52-20, St. Mark’s 61-15, and host Bishop Lynch 44-27. In the championship dual, Mason Lum '25 picked up his 100th career win for St. John’s. On February 3, St. John’s travels to Cornerstone Christian, San Antonio for the Prep State championship. St. John’s will host the SPC championship on February 10. 
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  • Kelsey Bing '16 and USWNT Qualify for 2024 Olympics

    Sam Chambers
    USA Field Hockey qualified for the 2024 Olympic Games in France in July. USA was one of three teams to advance to Paris in the last qualifying tournament held this past week in India. USA lost out in a bid for the Olympics in November losing to Argentina in the Pan Am gold medal game in Santiago. The United States still made the qualifying tournament and took advantage of the opportunity by defeating Japan in a semi-final showdown. Down 1-0 in the first quarter, USA found a seam in the fourth period after back-to-back saves by goalkeeper Kelsey Bing ’16 (#31). USA scored two quick goals to take the lead over Japan and held on for the win, and a trip to Paris. Bing was selected as the Goalkeeper of the Tournament.

    “It’s hard to describe in words what this means to me and our team," said Bing. "Four years ago, we were in India for Olympic Qualification. We had a heartbreaking loss where we missed out on the Tokyo Olympics. It means so much to our team to not only qualify for the Olympics but do so here in India. I am so proud of the hard work and belief this team has had over the past Olympic cycle as we have had lots of change. We are looking forward to representing both the United States and all the people who have supported us along the way at the upcoming Paris Olympics.” 
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