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Cypress Warriors picked to lead District 4 into TAPPS Div. III playoffs

CYPRESS — Unlike their public school neighbors, private schools in the area have joined the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS), as their governing body for interscholastic competitions.

The Cypress Christian Warriors fall into TAPPS’ Division III / IV’s District 4 for 11-man football.

Editor’s note: There are also schools that play a modified version of football with only six players per team, but we’re not focusing on 6-man football in this article.

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While you’ll have to purchase your own copy of Texas Football magazine for all of the details, here’s the lowdown by team rankings.

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Texas Football magazine’s TAPPS Division III / IV District 4 predictions

Rank School
1 Tomball Rosehill Christian (Division IV playoff team)
2 Cypress Community Christian Warriors
3 Bryan Brazos Christian (Division IV playoff team)
4 Legacy Prep
5 Houston Northland Christian


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