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  • 2017-18 Teen Leadership Coppell applications now available at www.teenleadershipcoppell.com.

  • Coppell boys and girls soccer teams take on Lakeview Centennial in bi-district playoffs on Friday at Highland Park

The 2012 NHL playoffs picks, Conference Quaterfinals

April 12
Filed under Sports Blog

By Lance McCaskey Staff Writer As the regular season came to a close, your Dallas Stars found themselves out of the top eight in the west for the fourth straight year. While this may be news to some you, it was a very tragic time for me as a season ticket holder and die-hard Stars fan. Now I will...

Cowgirls extinguish Lady Dragons on the diamond, 8-5

April 11
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By John Loop Staff Writer Dragons aren't so fierce when they don't have any fire to breathe, are they? The Cowgirls were the ones that had the spark to pull out a victory against the hated Southlake Lady Dragons, 8-5. Junior starting pitcher Alyssa Ringhausen braved a rocky start, giving up...

Lamar Odom no longer a Dallas Maverick

April 11
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By Lauren VerDuin Staff Writer After just over a year, professional basketball player Lamar Odom has left the Dallas Mavericks. After Mark Cuban and Donnie Nelson acquired Odom from the Los Angeles Lakers in 2011, the Mavericks were sure they were bringing in a champion. Odom's 13-year history, ph...

District track meet begins

April 10
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By Chase Porter Staf Writer Today, April 10th, marks the beginning of the 2012 district track meet. All schools in Coppell's district including, Southlake, Keller, Keller Central, Keller Fossil Ridge, Justin Northwest, Saginaw and Denton Guyer, will be competing. Preliminaries begin today for ...

Full Count: Rangers look ready after 3-1 start to season

April 10
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By Ben Cowlishaw Online Copy Editor While it is not the 7-0 start to the season the Rangers had last year, the team looks ready to put up a fight yet again to lay claim on the American League West. The one loss came on Saturday against the Chicago White Sox when closer Joe Nathan blew a save,...

CLAX to take on St. Marks

April 5
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By Lance McCaskey Staff Writer The 7-4 defending champions will take on another top 10 power tonight in Saint Marks. The Cowboys will compete with the Lions of St. Marks on the road tonight at 7:30. Coming off of a big win on Tuesday against the Ravenwood Raptors from Tennessee, the Cowboys are looking to make a push into the division one state playoffs. With only four games left on the regular season schedule, Clax will take on both St. Marks, and the traditional power of Highland Park t...

CHS tennis sets up for an unmatched season

April 4
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Michelle Pitcher Editor-in-Chief Members of the CHS varsity tennis team participated in the first round of district play today, sponsored by the United States Tennis Association (USTA). In the five different categories, girls singles, girls doubles, boys singles, boys doubles, and mixed, students ...

Cowboys soccer loses, 2-1, in playoff upset to Hebron

Cowboys soccer loses, 2-1, in playoff upset to Hebron

April 3
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By Chris Reagan Staff Writer The district champion Coppell Cowboys lost in a heartbreaking 2-1 upset to Hebron on Tuesday in the Class 5A bi-district playoffs at Buddy Echols Field. Both teams played a very heated game with many penalties as each were fighting to stay alive in the playoffs....

Marcus ends Cowgirls season with 2-0 playoff victory

Marcus ends Cowgirls season with 2-0 playoff victory

April 3
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By Chris Reagan Staff Writer The Coppell Cowgirls soccer season came to an end at hands of a tough Flower Mound Marcus team, 2-0, on Monday night in the Class 5A bi-district playoffs at Hebron. The Marauders scored both goals in the second half with a penalty kick from Lexi Jordan and a well-executed play ending in a shot to the back post just out of the goalies reach....

Ballpark gates open for preseason game

April 3
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By Ben Cowlishaw Online Copy Editor While Opening Day is set for Friday, the Ballpark in Arlington opens to fans for the first time tonight as the Rangers take on the Mexico City Los Diablos del Rojos (Red Devils). Yu Darvish is set to pitch the game that will likely be seen by a few less fans...

Cowgirls place first, third in Mesquite Stallion Stampede

April 2
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Sammy Robben Sports Editor Last Friday, the Coppell Cowgirls JV and varsity track programs took on the Mesquite Stallion Stampede. The JV Cowgirls got first in the JV meet, while the varsity Cowgirls got third in the varsity division. The JV cowgirls had many strong finishers including Bailey Betich...

March Madness proves dominance of one-and-done rule

April 1
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By John Loop Staff Writer After Syracuse's sixth man sophomore point guard Dion Waiters declared early for the NBA draft, I stopped to think about the reason that collegiate athletes choose to explore their professional prospects after only one or two years at their university. I came to the conclusion that these soon-to-be superstars are leaving college early because... They just want ...

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