State Finalist Tigers continue 6-Man football tradition in Cypress

CYPRESS — Unlike its public school neighbors, a private school in the area is a member of the Texas Christian Athletic League (TCAL), as its governing body for interscholastic competitions.

The Texas Christian Tigers fall into TCAL’s 6-man football league.

Every summer, one of the first traditions in Texas high school football is getting your annual copy of Dave Campbell’s Texas Football magazine to see where your favorite team(s) are ranked amongst the rest.

Firstly, you can order your own copy online at their website, www.texasfootball.com. Sadly, Texas Football magazine doesn’t have a preview for this Tiger team.

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Texas Christian finished last season split down the line with a 6-6 overall season, and a 2-2 district record.

The Tigers upended the then-number-two El Paso Faith Christian in the state semifinals, 50-38.

The Tigers then battled Seguin Lifegate Christian for the 2019 TCAL Division I 6-Man state championship on Nov. 23, 2019. However, the Lifegate Falcons came out on top, 60-14.

The final two rounds of the 2019 TCAL Division I 6-Man Football playoffs. (Courtesy TCAL)
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Texas Football magazine’s TCAL 6-Man predictions

Rank School
1 Seguin Lifegate Christian
2 Corpus Christi Arlington Heights
3 Grayson Christian
4 El Paso Faith Christian
5 Granbury NCTA
6 Tyler Kings Academy
7 Texas Christian Tigers
8 Smoking for Jesus Ministry
9 New Braunfels Calvary Baptist
10 Corpus Christi Annapolis

 

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