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Varsity Volleyball Winning over W.T. White

Coppell High School senior libero Lauren Lee dives to save the ball from hitting the ground while junior defensive specialist Izzy Hall and junior outside and rightside hitter Amanda Colon try to rush to her aid at the varsity game against W.T. White Tuesday night in the arena. The Cowgirls won each set 25-3, 24-5, and 25-7.

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Coppell High School senior libero Lauren Lee dives to save the ball from hitting the ground while junior defensive specialist Izzy Hall and junior outside and rightside hitter Amanda Colon try to rush to her aid at the varsity game against W.T. White Tuesday night in the arena. The Cowgirls won each set 25-3, 24-5, and 25-7. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell High School senior libero Lauren Lee dives to save the ball from hitting the ground while junior defensive specialist Izzy Hall and junior outside and rightside hitter Amanda Colon try to rush to her aid at the varsity game against W.T. White Tuesday night in the arena. The Cowgirls won each set 25-3, 24-5, and 25-7. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

W.T. White Middle Blocker, number four, leaps up to block the Cowgirls from scoring at the game against W.T. White Tuesday night in the arena. The Cowgirls won each set 25-3, 24-5, and 25-7 with a huge lead each time. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

W.T. White Middle Blocker, number four, leaps up to block the Cowgirls from scoring at the game against W.T. White Tuesday night in the arena. The Cowgirls won each set 25-3, 24-5, and 25-7 with a huge lead each time. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell High School senior outside and right hitter Grace Heaton laughs as she stretches out her legs to begin playing again at the varsity game against W.T. White Tuesday night in the CHS arena. Heaton, member of the varsity team, plays the position of outside and right hitter. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell High School senior outside and right hitter Grace Heaton laughs as she stretches out her legs to begin playing again at the varsity game against W.T. White Tuesday night in the CHS arena. Heaton, member of the varsity team, plays the position of outside and right hitter. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell High School senior outside and right hitter Grace Heaton and senior outside hitter Katie Herklotz high five the opposing team to shop good sportsmanship at the end of the game against W.T. White Tuesday night in the CHS arena. “Every game counts the same. I think there’s a mindset that if it’s not a top 10 team that they don’t prepare or don’t stay focused enough and we really wanted our girls to keep that focus and take care of our side of the net,” Coppell Coach Julie Green explains. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell High School senior outside and right hitter Grace Heaton and senior outside hitter Katie Herklotz high five the opposing team to shop good sportsmanship at the end of the game against W.T. White Tuesday night in the CHS arena. “Every game counts the same. I think there’s a mindset that if it’s not a top 10 team that they don’t prepare or don’t stay focused enough and we really wanted our girls to keep that focus and take care of our side of the net,” Coppell Coach Julie Green explains. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

ell High School junior right side hitter Breanne Chausse turns around excitedly towards the crowd while sitting and waiting to be rotated into the game against W.T. White Tuesday night in the arena. Coppell won against W.T. White, greatly outscoring them. At 25-3, 24-5, and 25-7. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

ell High School junior right side hitter Breanne Chausse turns around excitedly towards the crowd while sitting and waiting to be rotated into the game against W.T. White Tuesday night in the arena. Coppell won against W.T. White, greatly outscoring them. At 25-3, 24-5, and 25-7. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell High School senior libero Lauren Lee dives to save the ball from hitting the ground while junior defensive specialist Izzy Hall and junior outside and rightside hitter Amanda Colon try to rush to her aid at the varsity game against W.T. White Tuesday night in the arena. The Cowgirls won each set 25-3, 24-5, and 25-7. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell High School senior libero Lauren Lee dives to save the ball from hitting the ground while junior defensive specialist Izzy Hall and junior outside and rightside hitter Amanda Colon try to rush to her aid at the varsity game against W.T. White Tuesday night in the arena. The Cowgirls won each set 25-3, 24-5, and 25-7. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell High School volleyball coach Julie Green greets her team after the victory and jokes around with them after one of the girls starts crying from laughter after the game against W.T. White Tuesday night in the arena. It was a very laid back game and atmosphere, seeing as W.T. White isn’t one of Coppell’s major rivals. The Cowgirls won each set 5-3, 24-5, and 25-7. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell High School volleyball coach Julie Green greets her team after the victory and jokes around with them after one of the girls starts crying from laughter after the game against W.T. White Tuesday night in the arena. It was a very laid back game and atmosphere, seeing as W.T. White isn’t one of Coppell’s major rivals. The Cowgirls won each set 5-3, 24-5, and 25-7. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

 Coppell High School senior libero Lauren Lee is greeted enthusiastically by her friends and fans after the game against W.T. White Tuesday night in the Cowboys Arena. “I love home games because the atmosphere is just so great, all the fans come to watch and it makes us really excited throughout the game,” junior middle blocker Riley Ross said. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell High School senior libero Lauren Lee is greeted enthusiastically by her friends and fans after the game against W.T. White Tuesday night in the Cowboys Arena. “I love home games because the atmosphere is just so great, all the fans come to watch and it makes us really excited throughout the game,” junior middle blocker Riley Ross said. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

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