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Elliott, Hanson shut down Highlanders 2-0

Elliott, Hanson shut down Highlanders 2-0

March 7, 2014

By Alex Nicoll Staff Writer Fans braved cold and windy weather to watch the Coppell Cowboys beat the defending Class 5A state champions The Woodlands Highlanders, 2-0, Thursday night in a pitching duel that took five innings before a run was scored. The Coppell Tournament is a round-robin style...

Baseball player to watch: Charles King

Baseball player to watch: Charles King

February 21, 2014

By Alex Nicoll Staff Writer Standing at six feet four inches and 175 pounds, sophomore right-hander Charles King is already a formidable force on the mound, and his impact is already being felt by his coaches even though he has not played a full season yet at the varsity level. “He has good vel...

Coppell ISD to receive recognition at Rangers ballpark

May 17, 2013

By Tuulia Koponen Staff Writer   A night of recognition, baseball and fun for the Coppell Independent School District is about to commence at the Ranger’s Ballpark in Arlington. On Wed. May 29, the annual Coppell ISD Student & Teacher Appreciation Night will occur and is open to all staff, students, fami...

Cowboys playoff run ends

Cowboys playoff run ends

May 6, 2013

By Alex Nicoll Sports Writer One inning is all it took for the Cowboys’ playoff run to end. Just three runs in the bottom of the fourth inning were too much for Coppell to handle as it lost 3-2 to Colleyville Heritage on Saturday at Heritage in the best-of-three Class 5A bi-district playoffs. The...

Baseball Town: San Franciscans can’t get enough of Giants

Baseball Town: San Franciscans can’t get enough of Giants

April 30, 2013

By Stephanie Gross Sports Writer SAN FRANCISCO - After jumping from the Texas Rangers to division rival Los Angeles Angels, outfielder Josh Hamilton questioned if  football-crazy Dallas-Fort Worth is a "baseball town." But Hamilton would have a really hard time making such a strong claim about San Francisco, where baseball lies deep in the heart of B...

42 a hit, but not a home run

<i>42</i> a hit, but not a home run

April 12, 2013

  By Will Thomas Staff Writer Every year or two, there comes a film about one of the many advances African Americans have made in the world of American sports during the 20th century, and it is about time they got around to making one for baseball. Branch Rickey (Harrison Ford),...

CISD Day at the Rangers Ballpark to come in May

April 12, 2013

By Elizabeth Sims Staff Writer The Coppell Independent School District Day at the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington is on May 29. This night is open to all CISD staff, students, family and friends. One complimentary ticket will be given to students selected for displaying good character and citizenship....

Baseball Notebook: Music gives players chance for expression

Baseball Notebook: Music gives players chance for expression

April 3, 2013

By Alex Nicoll Sports Writer Football players have their Spartan war cry and their iconic march through the banner before games. In basketball, each player has their own warm-up routine. At Coppell High School the baseball players stick to good old-fashioned walk-up music. Each team has its own version of ...

Elliott pitches Cowboys past Marauders, 2-0, in 5-5A duel

Elliott pitches Cowboys past Marauders, 2-0, in 5-5A duel

March 21, 2013

By Alex Nicoll Sports Writer With a combined 18 strikeouts between the two pitchers, the Coppell vs. Flower Mound game proved to be a pitcher’s duel. The Cowboys came out on top squeaking past with a 2-0 victory. Senior Jake Elliott set the tone early tonight striking out the first two b...

Baseball Notebook: Team honors, presents gifts to Logan Family

Baseball Notebook: Team honors, presents gifts to Logan Family

March 20, 2013

“Through this tragedy we’ve grown closer and stronger,” the announcer said during the pre-game ceremony for the Logan Family. As the tribute reverberated throughout the PA system, young and old, athlete and spectator, Flower Mound and Coppell, stood and honored Coppell’s own senior Jacob Logan. Before th...

Baseball Notebook: Baseball supports Delaney, help in time of struggle

Baseball Notebook: Baseball supports Delaney, help in time of struggle

March 8, 2013

By Alex Nicoll Sports Writer When going through times of struggle, it’s always nice to have someone to turn to for comfort and support, like family member or friend, but a whole program backing you is just incredible. For senior pitcher/catcher Matt Delaney, a startling event turned out to...

Frisco Tournament of Champions baseball preview

Frisco Tournament of Champions baseball preview

March 7, 2013

By Alex Nicoll Sports Writer After an adequate performance in the Corpus tournament last weekend where Coppell went 2-1-1 after a one run loss to Moody, the Cowboys is prepared to make a statement in the Frisco Tournament of Champions this weekend. In the third tournament the Cowboys have played...