Human Resources News
In a game versus its rival, Houston Christian High School’s varsity boys basketball team won the SPC championship by 14 points with the final score of 67-53 against Episcopal High School.
Houston Christian entered the championship tournament with more than 30 wins, and the coach, Ron Crandall, credits the team's success to its hard work and commitment to the small things.
“We’ve said all year that our goal this season is the daily pursuit of excellence, and if we focused on that mindset, the championship would take care of itself with the talent and skill on this team,” Crandall said.
Houston Christian High School senior Jalon Clark was the high scorer of the game at 16 points, followed closely by junior Sahvir Wheeler at 15, and senior Miller Kopp at 13. Kopp is slated to play for Northwestern University upon graduation this May. Clark will play for Texas A&M Corpus Christi, and Wheeler's a verbal commit to A&M University. Senior Blake Foley will play for Wheaton College
“The boys did an amazing job all through the season. Their commitment and dedication to the game shows true leadership. Congratulations to Coach Crandall and go Mustangs!” said Dan Lee, Houston Christian’s Athletic Director.