The EHS softball team earned their fifth consecutive SPC title and twentieth in program history Saturday afternoon as the Knights defeated St. John's 7-3 in the championship game. Senior Reese Barrett capped an incredible SPC tournament with seven innings on the mound, striking out four while allowing just six hits. Emma Poirot '23 paced the offense with two hits while Barrett, Lily Tanner '22, Gianna Lewis '25, Allie Williams '24, Reagan Moriarty '25, and Kate Hale '25 added hits to the offensive output. The Knights earned big wins over John Cooper (10-0) and Houston Christian (11-1) to reach the title game.
The baseball team finished as SPC runners-up. The Knights lost an exciting championship game to Kinkaid 5-3. The team began the SPC tournament with a 14-2 win over John Cooper that featured home runs from Paul Smith '22, Andrew Thornton '23, and Baron Dichoso '23. The semifinal game was one for the ages as the Knights defeated Trinity Valley, the #1 seed in the north zone, 9-6. Smith and Tres Organ '22 paced the offense with two hits each.
The girls track and field team finished the season as SPC runners-up after an exciting two-day event hosted by Awty. KitKat Kwiatkowski '22 finished her stellar EHS career in fine fashion as she captured first place in the 800 and 1600. The Texas commit also anchored the championship 4x8 Relay. The boys teams finished fifth in a stacked field as the Knights were led by senior Jonathan Burroughs' first-place finish in the high jump, William Citizen's '23 third-place finish in the 110 Hurdles, and a third-place finish by the 4x1 Relay Team.
The girls lacrosse team overcame two tough opening losses in their SPC tournament and completed the season with a thrilling 17-7 win over Awty to finish 7th in the conference.
In other athletic news, the boys lacrosse team earned a spot in the THSLL state semifinals with an incredible 9-8 overtime win over Strake Jesuit in Coppell. The Knights travel to Dripping Springs next weekend to face Lake Travis.
Congratulations to all of our spring season athletes and coaches.