Upcoming Events
  • On Tuesday, Coppell Arts Center hosts State of Education organized by the Coppell Chamber of Commerce from 8:30-10 a.m.
  • On Wednesday, Coppell Arts Center hosts May Paint & Sip: Hummingbird at 6 p.m.
  • On Saturday, Town Center Plaza hosts Celebrate Cozby Library from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
The official student news site of Coppell High School

Coppell Student Media

The official student news site of Coppell High School

Coppell Student Media

The official student news site of Coppell High School

Coppell Student Media

Business Spectacle: Lilys Hair Studio (video)
Business Spectacle: Lily's Hair Studio (video)
October 26, 2023

Cowgirls rally to scratch out exciting win to conclude season

Isheeta Bajjuri
Coppell junior pitcher Kayla Shannon pitches against the Plano on April 19 at Coppell ISD Baseball/Softball Complex. The Cowgirls defeated the Wildcats, 9-8.

In the bottom of the sixth inning, with Plano leading by a run, the Coppell softball team makes its comeback as runs by junior third baseman Kimber Kerrigan and junior catcher gave the Cowgirls a 9-8 victory on April 19 at Coppell ISD Baseball/Softball Complex.

The Cowgirls end their season on a positive note with a record of 12-14-0.

In the bottom of the fourth inning, Coppell marks the beginning of its comeback, with sophomore first baseman Cecillia Borque and sophomore third baseman Madi Scott third base scoring.

“All that momentum was on our side and then we had some girls get big hits,” Coppell coach Robbie Moen said. 

In the bottom of the first inning, Coppell senior shortstop Mallory Moore scored first, followed by junior third baseman Kimber Kerrigan, leaving Coppell and Plano tied at 2-2. 

 “Everybody battled at the plate,” Moore said. “We were down and we didn’t let that affect us. We kept having a clean defense and having bats for each other, not necessarily for ourselves.” 

Plano led 7-4 till the bottom of the fifth inning, where Coppell junior right fielder Carly Mayer, Coppell junior left fielder Natalie Yowell and senior shortstop Madison Sadler scored, leaving the Cowgirls and Wildcats tied at 7.

“It’s our last game so I just think the girls finally bought in tonight and played as hard as they could for as long as it took,” Moen said. 

Follow @CHSCampusNews and nehann_111 on X.

Leave a Comment
More to Discover
About the Contributors
Neha Nathwani
Neha Nathwani, Staff Writer
Neha Nathwani is a junior staff writer for The Sidekick. She is currently in Speech and Debate and DECA. She loves to listen to music and her favorite artists are Tyler, the Creator and Lana Del Rey. Although these are her favorites, she explores various genres and finds random artists to broaden her music taste. She collects vinyls and her favorite movies are Before Sunrise and La La Land. In her spare time, she enjoys reading tarot cards, taking pictures of sunsets with her friends and learning about astrology.
Isheeta Bajjuri
Isheeta Bajjuri, Staff Photographer
Isheeta Bajjuri is a sophomore at Coppell High School. She is a photographer for The Sidekick, Coppell High School’s newspaper, which she joined due to her interest in photography. Isheeta became interested in photography when she realized the joy that taking photos brought her. However, her passion for photography became visible in the sunset pictures she took. Now, her favorite class in school is Art II Photography. In her free time, Isheeta likes to cook; her favorite thing to cook is also her favorite food: pasta. Aside from cooking, she also enjoys baking with her friends or even her mom. Her favorite things to bake are cookies, especially chocolate chip cookies, and cupcakes. She also likes to paint with different mediums, and she has been doing art since she was 4 years old! Isheeta loves to paint scenery because it is the most fun subject to paint. Isheeta enjoys having dinner, hanging out and shopping  with her friends. She enjoys listening to music, and her favorite artist is SZA. She has an older brother in college. Since we’re on the topic of college, she wants to go to UT or somewhere outside of Texas, where she wants to study to become either a lawyer, a realtor or a pediatrician. She does not have any pets, but she has always wanted an Australian Shepherd. You can contact Isheeta @ [email protected]  

Comments (0)

All Coppell Student Media Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *