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It’s all in the cards

It’s all in the cards

February 17, 2012

By John Loop Staff Writer Your granddad has probably shown you his collection of vintage baseball cards. You probably just said, “OK. Whatever, Grandpa. Can I go watch more TV now?” But back in his time, those pieces of lifeless paper made players like Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig and Jackie Robin...

Ranger’s win gives students chance to spread spirit even longer

October 4, 2011

by Coleman Armes Staff Writer With the Texas Ranger's win today over the Tampa Bay Rays they advanced to the semifinals for the second year in a row. They will wait to see if they face either the Detroit Tigers or New York Yankees. However what team they play doesn't matter. This win...

Rangers’ fans wave goodbye to attempted ban

August 30, 2011

Students at CHS have many opportunities to showcase their school spirit and pride at the multitude of sporting events played at home.  But some of the local professional sports teams aren't as forgiving. Rangers fans who live in the area will meet no such resistance to revive the wave, a ballpark t...

Cowboys look to obtain series lead following rescheduling

May 13, 2011

By Peter Sblendorio Sports Editor Coming off a series sweep of Flower Mound last weekend, the Coppell Cowboys baseball team begins their second round series tonight against L.D. Bell with hopes of opening a 1-0 series lead. The series was slated to begin last night in Coppell, but rain from th...

Cowboys to take on first place Dragons this afternoon

April 15, 2011

By Peter Sblendorio Sports Editor The Coppell Cowboys baseball team (8-2) sits in second place of District 7-5A, sitting two games behind the first place Southlake Carroll Dragons (10-0). This afternoon, they will look to narrow the gap in the divisional race, as they travel to Dragons Stadium at 4...

Cowboys extend district win streak to five

April 8, 2011

Peter Sblendorio Sports Editor Following an embarrassing 8-0 loss to Southlake Carroll on March 22, the Coppell Cowboys baseball team fell to 2-2 in district play. Since then, however, the team has been firing on all cylinders, and they have won five district matchups in a row. Coppell started...

Coppell teams to stay active during break

March 11, 2011

Peter Sblendorio Sports Editor While most Coppell students will be spending their breaks on vacation, several Cowboys and Cowgirl’s sports teams will be spending their time off playing in district games. The Coppell baseball and softball teams each have two games over the break against 7-5A...

Cowboys baseball to begin district play on Tuesday

March 4, 2011

By Peter Sblendorio Sports Editor The Coppell Cowboys baseball team is off to a hot start in 2011, and they are just days away from kicking off their district season.  Coppell has been a balanced force early on this season, and they have a 6-1 record against non-district opponents to show for...

Footballs over; whats next?

December 16, 2010

Chase Porter Staff Writer Football seasons over but what is the next sport that everyone can enjoy? Well, there is soccer, baseball and hockey but theres one sport that I think is the most enjoyable of them all. Lacrosse; two time state champs are beginning there season at the end of January. ...

Lee shocks baseball world by going to the Philadelphia

December 14, 2010

By Abby Drake Staff Writer Cliff Lee the loveable pitcher that lead the Texas Rangers to the World Series decided last night to play for the Philadelphia Phillies. Lee’s choice shocked most of the American Sports fans that assumed that he would have chosen either the Yankees or the Rangers. He...

Toth, Kaskow sign with Division I schools for baseball

November 30, 2010

By Abby Drake Staff Writer After four years of hard work and dedication to the Coppell High School baseball program, seniors Adam Toth and Matt Kaskow have committed and signed on to play at Division I colleges. Kaskow, an outfielder, signed to play baseball for Wofford College in South Carolina...

Baseball takes on Marcus tonight

April 23, 2010

By Amanda Peck Staff writer The varsity baseball team is scheduled to play Flower Mound Marcus tonight at 7 p.m. at Marcus. The Cowboys are ranked as the second team in the district with an 8-4 district record and a 17-10 overall record. The Cowboys only have three more district games to play...