The Fort Bend Christian Academy and Logos Preparatory Academy football and volleyball teams combined for seven all-state spots in voting for TAPPS postseason honors.

Both the Eagles and Lions made the playoffs in football, placing two each on the all-state teams. Junior offensive lineman Remington Strickland led FBCA in Division II with a second-team selection.

Junior quarterback J.D. Migl was voted all-state honorable mention after passing for 2,082 yards, 18 touchdowns and eight interceptions, and rushing for 942 yards and 14 touchdowns. Strickland and Migl led an offense that averaged 36.1 points per game and helped produced a 5-5 season.

77彩票网appThe Eagles had 13 all-district selections including junior receiver/defensive back Solomon Cole, freshman defensive lineman Jalon Zuber, senior punter Julian Hood, senior offensive lineman Tony Saa, senior running back Claude Minkandi, senior receiver George Obote, sophomore linebacker Seth Montanye, junior offensive/defensive lineman Robert Walter, senior receiver Caleb Howard, senior defensive lineman Aidan McDonald and senior defensive back Justin Cox.

Junior center Josiah Guerrero and junior utility player/linebacker Josh Kuntz represented Logos Prep on the TAPPS Six-Man Division I all-state team. Junior receiver/defensive back/kicker Nick Kuntz and senior quarterback Colten Williams were all-district selections.

77彩票网appThe FBCA volleyball team was represented by sophomore outside hitter/middle blocker Bailey Hanner on the Division II all-state honorable mention list, as well as freshman setter Shea Stone in all-district voting. The Eagles made the playoffs and defeated Brownsville St. Joseph in their postseason opener.

77彩票网appLogos Prep’s all-district volleyball selections were setter Katherine Williams, outside hitter Courtney Goolsby, middle blocker Ashley Meek and outside hitter Megan Caudle.

Lions win Houston Regional

The Logos Prep girls swim team was the top TAPPS Division III team at the Houston Regional, scoring 137 points to finish seven ahead of The Woodlands Christian. Emily Sauer led the way individually with a victory in the 500-yard freestyle and a silver medal in the 200-yard individual medley.

The Logos Prep girls were also the runner-up in the 400-yard freestyle relay, while Katie Herbst (200 free), Pressly Witham (100-yard breaststroke), Micah Rohan (50 free), Maddie Gerard (100-yard butterfly) and Amber Richards (100 free) were among the top female swimmers.

77彩票网appThe Lions won four boys events as well, including the relay team of Garrett Goolsby, Rex Fick, Lance Holzer and Case Alexander, who won both the medley and 200 free races.

77彩票网appFBCA was led in Division II by regional champions Whitney Childs (100 fly, 100 back), Grant Klatt (100 fly) and Samuel Gee (100 breast).

77彩票网appThe TAPPS state championships are scheduled for Feb. 5 for Division III and Feb. 6 for Division II.