Mavericks Win SPC Directors' Cup Again!

Sam Chambers
St. John’s is proud to announce that for the third year in a row (and the fourth time in five years) it has won the Southwest Preparatory School (SPC) Athletic Directors' Cup as the top coed program in the conference. The St. John's boys team was runner-up to first place winner St. Mark's School of Texas, while the girls team finished tied for 2nd with Kinkaid, both teams only two points behind Greenhill. The SPC is comprised of 19 highly selective independent schools in Texas and Oklahoma. It is the nation's largest geographical private school athletic conference.
St. John’s is proud to announce that for the third year in a row (and the fourth time in five years) it has won the Southwest Prepartory School (SPC) Athletic Directors' Cup as the top coed program in the conference. The St. John's boys team was runner-up to first place winner St. Mark's School of Texas, while the girls team finished tied for 2nd with Kinkaid, both teams only two points behind Greenhill. The SPC is comprised of 19 highly selective independent schools in Texas and Oklahoma. It is the nation's largest geographical private school athletic conference.

Congratulations to all the athletes and coaches that contributed to this amazing program win, as it was truly the efforts of the whole that put St. John's on top for the third consecutive year.

St. John’s would like to extend congratulations to our peer schools in the Houston area who also finished high in the standings of the Athletic Directors' Cup.

The SPC Directors' Cup was introduced in 2006 and is awarded to the school with the best SPC program record from conference tournaments in three categories: Overall, Boys, and Girls.
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