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Solari comes up big in first district win over Jesuit

Solari comes up big in first district win over Jesuit

Marcus Krum, Executive Sports Editor
December 21
Filed under Boys Basketball, Showcase, Sports, Winter Sports

After making his return from an injured hand several weeks ago, Jackson Solari has not played up to his own standards. But on Tuesday night, the senior forward made his return to the floor known in a big way, leading the Coppell Cowboys basketball team (7-7 overall, 1-0 District 9-6A) to a 58-53 victo...

Moe leads way in successful Santa Slam weekend

Moe leads way in successful Santa Slam weekend

Marcus Krum & Joseph Krum
December 20
Filed under Sports, Winter Sports, Wrestling

Boys, girls sweep Friday duals to gain momentum for Saturday's tournament By Marcus Krum Executive Sports Editor @marcuskrum Coming into the weekend with an undefeated record this season, Coppell High School junior wrestler KK Moe showed no sign that he would falter in his unblemished record. ...

Q&A: Daniels displays business expertise as young, successful MLB general manager

Q&A: Daniels displays business expertise as young, successful MLB general manager

Marcus Krum, Executive Sports Editor
December 16
Filed under Baseball, Sports, Spring Sports

After becoming baseball’s youngest ever general manager at age 28, Jon Daniels was just getting started. The Texas Rangers executive, now in his 11th year at the position, has been at the helm for the most successful stretch in Rangers’ history, including back-to-back American League championships i...

Back to basics, offensive execution come through for Cowgirls win

Back to basics, offensive execution come through for Cowgirls win

Kathryn Rudd, Entertainment Editor
December 14
Filed under Girls Basketball, Sports

Read and repeat. After only three possessions in the first half, the Coppell Cowgirls basketball team soon realized the Forney Lady Jackrabbits' blind spot, and looked for the inside block shot for the rest of the night, taking the victory, 56-29. Despite Forney's full court press, the Cowgirls’ steady pr...

Turner proving role as star center in second return to Dallas

Turner proving role as star center in second return to Dallas

Marcus Krum, Executive Sports Editor
December 11
Filed under Boys Basketball, Showcase, Sports, Winter Sports

DALLAS -- Myles Turner was not your typical 17 year old. At seven feet tall, 240 pounds, it is safe to say he towered over everyone at Euless Trinity and on the basketball court, where he starred for the Trojans, averaging 18 points per game as a senior in the 2013-2014 year. So on Feb. 18, 2014, w...

Lack of offense, missed opportunities loom in loss

Lack of offense, missed opportunities loom in loss

Joseph Krum, Executive Editor
December 9
Filed under Hockey, Sports, Winter Sports

FARMERS BRANCH - Losing is never fun for any team, but to be dominated from start to finish is a whole different feeling. The Coppell hockey team (9-5) struggled right from the beginning in a 4-1 loss to Frisco (9-1) at the Dr Pepper Starcenter in Farmers Branch, getting outshot 23-14. “We j...

Davis rejuvenates program with purpose heading into second year

Davis rejuvenates program with purpose heading into second year

Reid Valentine, Staff writer
December 8
Filed under Girls Basketball, Sports, Winter Sports

When you move a tree from desolate ground to fertile soil, it goes into shock for a period of time as it acclimates to its new environment. Then, after the adjustment period is through, the tree experiences growth it never could’ve imagined. In this instance, Coppell girls basketball coach Kristen Davis i...

The biggest takeaways from the 2016 football season

The biggest takeaways from the 2016 football season

Marcus Krum, Executive Sports Editor
December 7
Filed under Fall Sports, Football, Sports, Sports Columns

Coming off the heels of three consecutive first-round playoff exits, a new regional alignment and the loss of key prolific players on both offense and defense, Coppell football’s 2016 team had a lot of questions to answer as fall approached. But as each week passed, and the wins continued to pile ...

Plummer drops 14 but Cowboys fall to Grapevine 55-45

Plummer drops 14 but Cowboys fall to Grapevine 55-45

Reid Valentine, Staff writer
December 7
Filed under Boys Basketball, Sports, Winter Sports

From the start of the game, Coppell (8-6) seemed off, culminating in a 55-45 loss in a game that it never led the Grapevine Mustangs (11-2). Grapevine pressed on defense from the very first possession of the game, a high-energy style of defense that they carried throughout the entire night. “Their ...

Young wrestlers show depth, ability in Cowgirl Classic

Young wrestlers show depth, ability in Cowgirl Classic

Joseph Krum, Executive Editor
December 5
Filed under Sports, Uncategorized, Winter Sports, Wrestling

While the wrestling season is still young, the Cowgirls wrestling team was in full swing in the Coppell Cowgirl Classic wrestling meet at the Coppell High School Arena last night. With three wrestlers already placing and four others waiting on later rounds to place, Coppell has a chance to place in alm...

Lessons from the gridiron

Lessons from the gridiron

Joseph Krum, Executive Editor
December 3
Filed under Sports, Sports Columns

I was in complete shock. It was Saturday, Nov. 26 and I was at Waco ISD Stadium, my hands covering my face in disbelief to hide the tears. Just seconds earlier, my Coppell football team had just lost a heartbreaker in the third round of the playoffs, ending the season and my football career. I ...

High motor Round Rock team ends playoff run in regional semifinals

High motor Round Rock team ends playoff run in regional semifinals

Marcus Krum, Executive Sports Editor
November 27
Filed under Fall Sports, Football, Showcase, Sports

WACO -- As junior tight end Pierce McFarlane crossed the goal line for a 41-yard touchdown catch with 1:38 remaining, it looked as if junior quarterback Brady McBride and the Coppell football team (10-3) had pulled the proverbial rabbit out of the hat for a third straight week. However, the high-powe...

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