Coppell Student Media

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Spoor racing towards running future

Spoor racing towards running future

Jillian Moore, Staff Writer

March 5, 2020

Beginning running in elementary school, Coppell High School senior Shelby Spoor developed a tremendous love for running both cross country and track and has used this love to foster enthusiasm and support within her team. Finding her love of running at a young age, Spoor began in elementary school a...

The Sportlight: Garza draws over cancer-riddled past

The Sportlight: Garza draws over cancer-riddled past

Trisha Atluri, Staff Writer/Photographer

February 28, 2020

The Sportlight highlights a male and female JV athlete every Monday and Friday. This week, Coppell junior JV1 tennis player Rachaney Garza was selected. Follow Trisha Atluri (@trishatluri) and @SidekickSports on Twitter....

Tennis hosts 16 school annual Super Bowl tournament

Tennis hosts 16 school annual Super Bowl tournament

Shivi Sharma, CHS9 Editor

February 10, 2020

On Friday and Saturday, the Coppell tennis team competed with 16 teams from across Texas in its annual Super Bowl tournament. Teams from as far as Houston, Abilene and East Texas came to Coppell and competed in matches at three sites: the Coppell High School Tennis Center, Wagon Wheel Park and the LB Hou...

CHS ‘14 alum to play in Super Bowl LIV with defensive powerhouse 49ers

CHS ‘14 alum to play in Super Bowl LIV with defensive powerhouse 49ers

Meer Mahfuz, Staff Writer

January 31, 2020

Coppell High School 2014 graduate and San Francisco 49ers defensive end Solomon Thomas will run onto the turf of a rowdy Hard Rock Stadium with indescribable emotions and millions gazed upon him when he takes the field with the 49ers against the Kansas City Chiefs for Super Bowl LIV in Miami on Sund...

Offseason pushes coaches to improve on their athletes

Offseason pushes coaches to improve on their athletes

Nanette Pottoore, Staff Writer

December 18, 2019

Mile-runs, gyms, and more workouts. As Coppell transitions from fall sports to winter sports, fall season coaches are working to improve their athletes in preparation for the next season.  Coppell tennis coach Rich Foster helps motivate tennis athletes during the offseason by encouraging socials a...

Video: Cowboys triumphs over Nimitz

Video: Cowboys triumphs over Nimitz

Tracy Tran, Staff Writer/Photographer

November 17, 2019

Dual citizenship, dual sports

Dual citizenship, dual sports

Anika Arutla, Social Media Manager

November 12, 2019

A tennis racket or a hockey stick: these are the two items that Coppell senior Clark Parlier had to choose between when he entered high school.  In the end, he chose both.  With Parlier carrying a dual citizenship from Canada and the United States, Parlier’s parents believed skating was essen...

Kinley passes, marches with equal passion

Kinley passes, marches with equal passion

Sreeja Mudumby, Staff writer

November 11, 2019

Halftime starts. He is pouring sweat as he races out of the football field. He runs back with his trumpet in his band uniform and joins the rest of the band to perform. As soon as they are done delivering an applause-worthy performance, he runs and changes back into his football uniform and goes back to pl...

Southlake Carroll sweeps cross country titles

Southlake Carroll sweeps cross country titles

Anjali Krishna, Staff Writer

November 11, 2019

Perfect weather accompanied a disappointing finish at the Class 6A State Meet for both Coppell cross country teams at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock. The girls’ reign as state champions was overthrown by Southlake Carroll, who won the gold medal, leaving Coppell in fourth place. Kingwood took sec...

Season ends with rout of Nimitz

Season ends with rout of Nimitz

Sarah Woo, Staff Writer

November 11, 2019

Seniors said goodbye to their Coppell football careers with a convincing 49-13 victory against Irving Nimitz at Buddy Echols Field on Friday night. The Cowboys (4-6 overall and 3-4 in District 6-6A) started slowly by fumbling a punt return. Coppell sophomore wide receiver Anthony Black turned this aro...

Running to state

Running to state

Anjali Krishna, Staff Writer

November 8, 2019

At the Class 6A Region 1 Meet in Lubbock on Oct. 28, both the Cowgirls and Cowboys cross country teams qualified for the 2019 UIL State Meet at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock. The Cowgirls will approach the state meet as not only qualifiers for four years in a row but as reigning Class 6A champion...