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Despite poor play, Cowboys soccer pick up senior night win

Despite poor play, Cowboys soccer pick up senior night win

Marcus Krum, Executive Sports Editor

March 11, 2017


Filed under Boys Soccer, Showcase, Sports, Winter Sports

It is not often in sports that a two goal victory is seen as a poor night. But after the Coppell boys soccer team’s 4-2 win over Richardson on Friday night, spirits were not high. Many heads hung low, as even with the win, the performance was not up to par with their standards.   “The ...

Buddy Echols Field dominance capped with season’s largest margin of victory, district championship

Buddy Echols Field dominance capped with season’s largest margin of victory, district championship

Marcus Krum, Executive Sports Editor

March 8, 2017


Filed under Girls Soccer, Showcase, Sports, Winter Sports

This season has been one of many ups and few downs for the Coppell girls soccer team. Buddy Echols Field has been a safe haven, as the team has posted a plus-30 goal differential this year at home. And on Tuesday night, in the final home match this year, the Cowgirls handily took down Skyline, winning 13-0...

McIntosh overcomes previous losses to triumph in state wrestling tournament

McIntosh overcomes previous losses to triumph in state wrestling tournament

Joseph Krum, Executive Enterprise Editor

March 7, 2017


Filed under Sports, Winter Sports, Wrestling

As Coppell High School junior Lindsay McIntosh stepped onto the wrestling mat, it was a familiar sight for her. Euless Trinity senior Passion Hollins was her opponent, who McIntosh had seen three previous times during that season, losing to her all three times.   Yet this time, the outcome was different. ...

Sports Blog: Justice League- NBA

Sports Blog: Justice League- NBA

Reid Valentine, Staff writer

March 7, 2017


Filed under Sports, Sports Blog, Sports Columns

METROPOLIS- DeMarcus “Boogie” Cousins has teamed up with Rajon “Razilla” Rondo to attack the NBA. They have coined themselves the “Locker-Room Annihilators” and pledge to see the end of basketball as we know it.   Not to fear, the Justice League is here. They have vowed to ball-out until their last brea...

Slow start but strong finish as Cowgirls end the night 7-0 victory over Berkner

Slow start but strong finish as Cowgirls end the night 7-0 victory over Berkner

Farah Merchant, Staff Writer

March 7, 2017


Filed under Girls Soccer, Sports, Winter Sports

The Coppell High School Cowgirls (16-0-1) claimed yet another convincing victory of 7-0 Friday night over the Berkner Rams (2-9-1) at Buddy Echols Field, dominating just like they have been all season. The win is a tribute to solid defense, led by Coppell senior defender Sarah Houchin. The consistency ...

Despite dreary conditions, seniors lead way to successful home meet

Despite dreary conditions, seniors lead way to successful home meet

Marcus Krum and Joseph Krum

March 5, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports, Spring Sports, Track and Field

As the powerful gusts of wind swept through Buddy Echols Field and a slight drizzle fell from the sky, Coppell High School senior Zach Dicken took a deep breath and looked down at the sandpit he would soon jump into.   After a quick burst of speed, Dicken sprinted down the strip of track and ri...

Cowgirls take out Pearce in district opener

Cowgirls take out Pearce in district opener

Meara Isenberg, Editor-in-Chief

March 5, 2017


Filed under Softball, Sports

With a tie score in the bottom of the third inning, Coppell third baseman Madi Traver stepped up to the plate and tripled far into the outfield, bringing two girls home and solidifying the team’s lead for the rest of the game. The Coppell softball team played strongly in its first District 9-6A game ...

Sloppy first half juxtaposes efficient second in win

Sloppy first half juxtaposes efficient second in win

Marcus Krum, Executive Sports Editor

March 2, 2017


Filed under Boys Soccer, Showcase, Sports, Winter Sports

With under a minute to play in the first half of Tuesday night’s match with W.T. White, Coppell senior midfielder Alex Haas lined up to take a free kick from the 33 yard line. He launched the ball, putting it on frame, as he often does.   The shot sailed over an unexpectant Longhorn keeper’s head, giving the Coppell...

Turman, Taylor dynamic duo help lead Cowboys to 8-1 victory over Wildcats

Turman, Taylor dynamic duo help lead Cowboys to 8-1 victory over Wildcats

Tanya Raghu, Staff Writer

February 27, 2017


Filed under Boys Soccer, Sports

With the final score of 8-1 ending with another victory for the Coppell boys soccer team, it was surprising to note that the first goal of the match was scored 14 minutes in by the Lake Highlands Wildcats.   Yet, it only took only three minutes for the Cowboys (11-2-1) to answer the Wildcat...

Initial offensive burst not enough in first tie of season

Initial offensive burst not enough in first tie of season

Joseph Krum, Executive Enterprise Editor

February 22, 2017


Filed under Girls Soccer, Sports, Winter Sports

As the horn sounded, cheers filled through the air. One streak was ended, yet another remained intact.   In a 1-1 tie with Richardson Pearce at Buddy Echols Field on Tuesday night, the Coppell girls soccer team allowed its first goal of the season, snapping a 14 match shutout streak. Yet ...

Experienced on the diamond, Cowboys eager to prove themselves

Experienced on the diamond, Cowboys eager to prove themselves

Joseph Krum, Executive Enterprise Editor

February 22, 2017


Filed under Baseball, Sports, Spring Sports

While some define teams for the number of wins it accumulates throughout a season, this year’s Coppell baseball team expects be defined by one trait: its chemistry.   “This year, a bunch of us are going to play at junior colleges, but we play for each other,” senior catcher Holden Rupley ...

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