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Amanda Hair

Amanda Hair, Sports Photography Editor

Amanda Hair is a senior at Coppell High School, this being her final year on The Sidekick and her first year as the Sports Photography Editor. She is also a member of National Honor Society. She enjoys rainy days, reading, and jamming along to her favorite Guns N' Roses songs. You can reach her at [email protected]

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April 23, 2018
Week of 5/15/17

Week of 5/15/17

May 17, 2017
The Coppell High School varsity baseball team congratulates CHS senior Cody Masters after he scores the first run of Thursday night’s game against Naaman Forest. The Coppell Cowboys defeated the Naaman Forest Rangers 13-0 at the AirHogs Stadium.

Week of 5/8/17

May 9, 2017
This morning in the Coppell High School parking lot, New Tech High@Coppell senior Kyle Cloutier calls the police after the unfolding of the mock accident scene at CHS. Shattered Dreams is put on every other year at CHS and is meant to show students the seriousness of drinking and driving.

Week of 4/17/17

April 17, 2017
Coppell High School senior Ty Dalrymple screams as he watches his brother, Jack Dalrymple, die at the scene of the mock accident as a part of Shattered Dreams this morning in the CHS parking lot. The point of Shattered Dreams is to show juniors and seniors the possible effects of drinking and driving.

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April 13, 2017
Coppell High School senior Jack Dalrymple lays on gurney as a part of the Shattered Dreams program that took place this morning in the CHS parking lot. An intense car accident scene was portrayed to Coppell juniors and seniors in order to showcase the seriousness of drinking and driving.

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April 13, 2017
Coppell High School senior Ty Dalrymple (left) and Katie Love (right) cry as they see Jack Dalrymple still trapped in one of the cars involved in the Shattered Dreams mock accident. CHS juniors and seniors gathered in the CHS parking lot in order to observe the effects of drinking and driving.

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April 17, 2017
Coppell High School seniors MaryKathryn Ferguson (left) and Chidera Nwaiwu (right) cry at the Shattered Dreams scene in the CHS parking lot. This morning, CHS juniors and seniors observed the mock accident in order to see the real life effects drinking and driving can have.

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April 17, 2017
Coppell High School junior Shelby Sylvester jumps to the ball during the first half of Tuesday night’s game against Sachse. The Coppell Cowgirls fell to the Sachse Lady Mustangs with a final score of 1-0 at Ron Poe Stadium.

Week of 4/10/17

April 10, 2017
Coppell High School junior Cole Bryant directs an offensive play during the CHS varsity football team’s practice on March 30. Bryant received the “Carl Lewis Inspiration Award,” for his hard work and dedication to coaching the Coppell Cowboys.

Week of 4/3/17

April 3, 2017
Coppell High School senior Eric Loop sings with his band Auto at the CHS talent show on Friday night in the auditorium. Over 15 acts performed at the show and the audience voted on the winners.

Week of 1/30/17

January 30, 2017
Coppell High School senior point guard Rachel Crutchfield drives the ball down the court as the the second quarter of last nights game comes to a close. After a double overtime game, the Skyline Lady Raiders claimed a 66-60 victory over the Coppell Cowgirls. Photo by Amanda Hair.

[Photo] Week of 1/9/16

January 11, 2017
I went to a village in India and it was more of a rural area and it was a lot like the jungle. I went to teach blind kids conversational English and they already had some basic skills but I helped them expand on it and become more confident. The trip was great but after I came back I wasn’t feeling very well at all. And it started with a normal fever and my back was hurting a lot. But I just sort of shrugged off the pain and I slept a lot. I began to realize that I was sleeping days on end, like the entire day. And I was still tired after I woke up. That’s when I realized that something was wrong because my fever had persisted through four days. It was around 102 degrees. After that I decided I should go visit the doctor and he told me that I had a throat infection. And I didn’t know what else it could have been so we just went along with that. But after that, the symptoms became a lot worse, I couldn’t walk anymore, I began to feel really dizzy, I started throwing up, my arms felt like they were burning. It was a really painful experience overall. We decided to go back to the doctor and I went back to him in a wheelchair and that’s when he said, Well we’ll just wait one more day and then we’ll have you admitted but you should just shrug it off, you’ll be fine, it’s just an infection and keep on taking the antibiotic’ My family and I went to a party that night because the doctor told me to do normal things instead of sleeping, and that’s when I fell over. So they admitted me to the ER and that’s when the doctors found out that I had dengue. There’s no cure for it, so you just have to rely on your immune system and hope that it picks up on its own. My friend’s grandpa passed away because of this so it was quite a frightening experience but I got over it, thank God, Coppell High School senior Asha Reddy said. Photo by Amanda Hair.

Week of 12/5/16

December 5, 2016
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