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Tennis starts with faulty beginnings, bounces back to defeat Hebron

Coppell junior Kunal Seetha serves at the CHS Tennis Courts on Tuesday against Hebron during his match, a 7-6, 6-2 victory. Coppell defeated the Hawks, 13-6, in District 6-6A team tennis.

Nishant Medicharla, Business Manager

September 4, 2019

On Tuesday, the Coppell tennis team defeated Hebron in its District 6-6A match, 13-6. The win was expected, as Coppell has not lost to Hebron in recent years.  “Since I have been head coach, Hebron has not yet beaten us,” Coppell coach Richard Foster said. “They’ve come close.”  To...

Coppell tennis to take on intense competitor Hebron

Coppell senior Aishwarya Kannan serves during practice on Thursday. The Coppell tennis team practices every day in order to prepare for their upcoming tournament against Hebron on Tuesday at the CHS Tennis Center.

Nishant Medicharla, Business Manager

August 30, 2019

After defeating Irving MacArthur last Tuesday, the Coppell tennis team is ready to take on Hebron on Tuesday at the CHS Tennis Center at 4 p.m.  While Hebron has not defeated Coppell since Coppell coach Richard Foster has been head coach since 2013, they have come close.  “They put the fear...

On the spot: Coppell placed in District 6-6A for 2018-2020

Coppell High School sophomore quarterback Brady McBride runs through the Hebron defense. Coppell won the game 26-20. Photo by Amanda Hair.

Reid Valentine, Staff Writer

February 2, 2018

As of Thursday morning, the Texas High School district realignment has placed Coppell back into a district and region that it is familiar with. For the past two school years District 9-6A has housed the Cowboys and Cowgirls, featuring schools such as Dallas Jesuit, W.T. White and Richardson Berkner. ...

Game Preview: Cowboys have hands full with Hebron’s Wortham

After his huge showing against Allen, senior wide receiver Cameron Smith could have another breakout game. Smith tallied his eighth and ninth scoring tosses of the season, including the game winner in overtime to beat the Allen Eagles. Photo by Lauren Ussery.

October 11, 2012

By John Loop Sports Writer After taking a week off to prepare for Friday night's game against the Hebron Hawks, the Coppell Cowboys will be back in action with one player on their mind, senior running back Dezmond Wortham. Wortham has rushed for an average of around 147 yards a game, which makes him the focal point of the Hawk offense. The senior has...