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Coppell ends its playoff run in the Area round

Coppell ends its playoff run in the Area round

November 8
Filed under Fall Sports, Sports, Volleyball

After a season featuring tremendous growth, the Cowgirls volleyball team will have to wait until next year to make another state run. Coppell (28-15) fell in straight sets 23-25, 22-25, 25-12 to No. 11 The Woodlands (38-7) in Fairfield on Friday night in the Class 6A Region II area playoffs. The...

Cowboys roll into playoffs with throttling of Richardson

Cowboys roll into playoffs with throttling of Richardson

Marcus Krum, Executive Sports Editor
November 5
Filed under Fall Sports, Football, Showcase, Sports

RICHARDSON -- Walking off the field for the final regular season game this year, the Coppell football team (8-2 overall, 6-1 District 9-6A) had its playoff fate set. But the momentum it needed heading into next week’s matchup with 9-1 Rowlett is something they hoped to grab. And on Friday, Copp...

Starting off strong: Cowgirls take early lead, never look back in playoff victory

Starting off strong: Cowgirls take early lead, never look back in playoff victory

Reid Valentine, Staff writer
November 2
Filed under Fall Sports, Showcase, Sports, Volleyball

PLANO -- Sometimes teams can play down to the level of their opponent, but last night the Coppell volleyball team (28-14) did not do that. From the first point to the last, the Cowgirls made quick work of their bi-district opponent, defeating Garland (10-15) in straight sets (25-14, 25-11, 25-8). Play...

Big-play defense comes through with fourth quarter turnovers in win

Big-play defense comes through with fourth quarter turnovers in win

Marcus Krum, Executive Sports Editor
October 29
Filed under Fall Sports, Football, Showcase, Sports

With Skyline (4-5 overall, 4-2 District 9-6A) knocking on the door with first and goal at the one yard line, the Raiders were threatening to make it a three point game with under five minutes to go. The Coppell defense was having none of that. The Cowboys (7-2, 5-1) stuffed four straight run plays from the one yard line, h...

District 9-6A champs look forward to the 2016 postseason

District 9-6A champs look forward to the 2016 postseason

Reid Valentine, Staff writer
October 28
Filed under Fall Sports, Sports, Volleyball

Teams can either fall apart over time, or grow together, and the Coppell Cowgirls volleyball team (27-14) has done the latter. As the playoffs approach, a look back on the regular season may have some good signs for another sustained run deep into the Texas state playoffs for the District 9-6A champions...

Trump’s crude talk misrepresents athletes, locker room settings

Trump’s crude talk misrepresents athletes, locker room settings

Marcus Krum, Executive Sports Editor
October 27
Filed under Boys Basketball, Boys Soccer, Fall Sports, Football, Showcase, Sports, Uncategorized, Winter Sports

With the sports world a frenzied cluster of World Series baseball, all levels of football and the dawn of a new basketball season, something else has managed to take the stage, front and center. The volatile, explosive presidential election cycle has managed to steal headlines and television ratings across t...

Passionate, dedicated senior Manandhar establishes Soccer for Nepal organization

Passionate, dedicated senior Manandhar establishes Soccer for Nepal organization

Tanya Raghu, Staff Writer
October 26
Filed under Sports

A sharp jolt of movement causes the lights to sway in the house, followed by a violent shaking that quickly passes. Since such occurrences are common in Kathmandu, Nepal, people are not phased by these incidents. They have adapted by altering their lifestyles, specifically arranging their homes, ...

Kicking it up a Notch

Kicking it up a Notch

Meara Isenberg, Editor-in-Chief
October 25
Filed under Showcase, Sports, Uncategorized

Nov. 16, in Burnaby, Canada, New [email protected] senior Trinity Sullivan will approach the mat and swing her leg up in the air, six times on the left and six on the right, like she has done many times before.   However, this time, the stakes are different.   Sullivan and two other Coppell stude...

Pure class: McBride accounts for six TDs in sound defeat of Berkner

Pure class: McBride accounts for six TDs in sound defeat of Berkner

Reid Valentine, Staff writer
October 23
Filed under Fall Sports, Football, Sports

The game started slow for both Coppell (4-1 District 9-6A, 6-2 overall) and Richardson Berkner (4-4, 2-3), the Cowboys would find their rhythm but the Rams would not.   With a final score of 42-7 in Coppell’s second to last district game, Cowboys junior quarterback Brady McBride passed...

CHS tennis continues winning streak, hopes to carry that success to regionals

CHS tennis continues winning streak, hopes to carry that success to regionals

Emma Cummins, Executive Editorial Page Editor
October 22
Filed under Fall Sports, Sports, Team tennis

After consistently sweeping tournaments 10-0, it would seem to not come as a surprise that the Coppell High School tennis team won the area playoffs against Pierce High School with a clean 10-0 sweep on Friday.     After winning the district title in area semifinal on Wednesday with an...

Senior Night provides fierce energy in Berkner sweep

Senior Night provides fierce energy in Berkner sweep

Kathryn Rudd, Entertainment Editor
October 22
Filed under Sports, Volleyball

A connection that a team possesses can define the communication and teamwork that one can perform with. On Friday, the Coppell Cowgirls volleyball team  (25-14 overall, 10-1 District 9-6A) spirit kept up a high energy performance against the Berkner Lady Rams (11-13, 1-7)  for a 3-0 sweep on Se...

The Internet saved sports media, or did it?

The Internet saved sports media, or did it?

Reid Valentine, Staff Writer
October 21
Filed under Showcase, Sports, Sports Columns

I’m a high school student and I hate being bored, but I love sports. Chances are, when I am 30 years old,  I will still hate being bored and love sports.   The good news for me is that anytime I am bored I hop on Twitter or TeamStream and am instantly engulfed in sports up to my ears. &n...

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