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Romo throws 5 interceptions, Dallas loses 34-18 at home.

October 1, 2012
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By Will Thomas Staff Writer It is a disappointing day for Cowboys fans after quarterback Tony Romo threw five interceptions, two of them returned for touchdowns, putting the Chicago Bears ahead 34-18 in Arlington tonight. Romo tied his career record of five picks in a game, a number he has not...

Evan Lysacek returns to figure skating, aims for 2014 Olympics

October 1, 2012
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By Annie Wen Staff Writer Evan Lysacek, the 2010 Olympic Gold Medalist in Men's figure skating, recently announced that he would be coming out of retirement and was training for the 2014 Winter Olympics to be held in Sochi, Russia. Lysacek is one of the most highly decorated men's figure skater...

Secondary plays primary role in Cowboy victory

September 29, 2012
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By Tanner McCord Sports Writer It is said that defense wins championships, well, tonight may as well have been a championship game. Coppell’s defense put up an extremely impressive showing whether on the line or in the secondary, everyone on the field on defense played as hard as they possibly...

Football Journal #3: Allen Preview

September 26, 2012
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By Alex Nicoll Staff Writer In the most anticipated match-up this year for Coppell, the Cowboys are leaving no stone unturned as they prepare for the nationally ranked Allen Eagles. This even means having schools’ fights songs blaring from the scoreboard during practice. Yes, if you venture...

Cowboys to black-out Eagles Friday night

September 26, 2012
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Julianne Cauley News Editor After all the hype of the Tom Landry Classic on Labor Day weekend, the Coppell Cowboy defense shutdown the Longview Lobos and led the team to a 41-8 victory. Since then the Cowboys have extended their perfect record to 4-0 -defeating McKinney Boyd (31-6), Rockwall (40-3) and Ga...

Ridiculous blown call costs Packers game, uproar over refs ensues

Ridiculous blown call costs Packers game, uproar over refs ensues

September 26, 2012
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By Thomas Hair Opinions Editor Since the beginning of the NFL season, the familiar black and white uniforms of referees have dotted the field as usual, but with an unfamiliar set of faces occupying them. Hired by the NFL to officiate all of the games until an agreement can be reached with the normal,...

Coppell Volleyball falls to Hebron in first district match

September 22, 2012
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By Jena Seidemann Staff Writer Coppell Volleyball hosted Hebron for it’s first district match on Friday Sept 21. The Cowgirls lost in four sets to the Hawks. The first set went to Coppell (25-16). Senior right side hitter Erica Bohannon, Senior Middle Blocker Chiaka Ogbogu and Sophomore Outside...

Golf notebook: Chaithra Katamneni

September 13, 2012
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The CHS golf team is back with clubs and all, ready for action and hoping to come back strong for the 2012-2013 season. In addition to a few newcomers, there will be several familiar faces returning to the Coppell golf team with the goal of winning a state title.  Sophomore varsity golfer Chaithra...

Cross country notebook: Senior cross country captain from start to finish line

September 11, 2012
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By Allison Arnold Staff Writer Katie Sandfort, one of the senior captains of the Coppell High School cross country team, is known around Coppell for her astonishing running ability. There’s no doubt she has an amazing passion and talent for cross country, but many don’t know that “that girl...

Cowgirls hunt down win over Wolfpack

September 8, 2012
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By Tanner McCord Sports Writer Tonight your Coppell Cowgirl volleyball team was able to silence the Plano West Wolfpack. Out of five potential games, four were played, Plano taking the first game 25-23 and Coppell rallying to take the next three to come away with the win. All four games were...

Rowdy, proud, and loud; Home games are back

September 6, 2012
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By Mabry Culp Staff Writer Excitement and spirit filled the halls of Coppell High School today and the spirit will continue through tomorrow with the arrival of our first home game. Buddy Echols is home to the most proud crowd in all of Texas, and for good reason too. Between the flags, body...

Coppell Cowgirls win first game in Pearland tournament

September 3, 2012
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By Alex Nicoll Staff Writer Last Thursday, August 30th, the Coppell Cowgirls volleyball team took on Katy High School in their first game of the 2012 Nike Pearland Volleyball Classic tournament. The Cowgirls won in only two games against the Tigers, both with a score of 25-12. The three day...

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