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The fall athletic season came to an exciting finish this weekend as the SPC gathered in Houston for championship weekend. Four EHS teams earned trophies and several programs enjoyed historic accomplishments in what may be the best weekend of fall athletics in quite some time.

The girls cross country team earned their second consecutive SPC title with an incredible championship race performance at Spring Creek Park early Saturday morning. The Knights placed 5 runners in the top 20, easily defeating runner up St. John’s by 30 points! Madison Morgan ’25 and Lucy Holden ’23 finished in first and second place while Georgia Bass ‘26 (7th), Asher Luengas ’25 (15th), and Shepherd Gregg ’24 (17th) earned all-SPC recognition. 

The boys cross country team ran a race for the ages as they finished just five points behind SPC champion St. Andrews. Sam Marino ’24 finished second overall while Evan Ringwald ’24 (4th), Will Pacey ’26 (11th), and Henry Smith ’24 (17th) earned all-SPC recognition.

The second SPC title of the weekend came from the girls volleyball teams who dominated the SPC 4A field in winning their 11th SPC championship. The Knights defeated Kinkaid 3-0 in their opening match and followed that with a 3-0 win over Greenhill in the semifinal. The championship match featured the #1 seed Knights and #2 seed Hockaday, the defending SPC champions. The Knights again displayed their athleticism and skill with a commanding 3-0 win over the Daisies.

The boys volleyball team enjoyed one the most exciting weekends of volleyball in recent memory as they earned wins over Greenhill (3-0) and Casady (3-2) to reach the SPC championship game for the first time in decades. The Knights played a terrific match but fell 3-2 to Trinity Valley to finish as SPC runners-up.

The football team made the short drive to Sheldon ISD’s Panther Stadium for a rematch with Kinkaid. The Knights defeated the Falcons 21-15 just two weeks ago in their regular season matchup. The Falcons flipped the script in the championship game rematch as they earned a 17-6 victory over the Knights.

The field hockey team also made historic strides this weekend as they finished 4th in a hotly contested 4A championship field. The Knights opened the tournament with a thrilling 1-0 over Hockaday before dropping the semifinal game to eventual runner-up Kinkaid. The Knights faced St. Stephens in the third-place game and came up just short in the 3-2 decision.

Congratulations to all of our Knights on their accomplishments throughout the fall athletic season!