Trinity Christian falls 16-7 in state title game

KLBK Sports

WACO, Texas — Trinity Christian School’s bid for its first state football title in school history ended Friday when the Lions lost 16-7 to Cypress Christian in the TAPPS state title game.

Cypress Christian scored a touchdown in the first quarter. The game’s next score came in the third quarter when Trinity Christian took a 7-6 lead with a touchdown and extra point.

Cypress Christian scored a touchdown on its ensuing drive and converted a two-point conversion. Trailing 14-7, Trinity Christian forced a fumble in the fourth quarter to give itself a chance to tie the game but was stopped on a 4th-and-4. Cypress added a safety in the game’s final seconds.

Trinity Christian beat Lubbock Christian School Saturday for the first time in school history to advance to the state title game.

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