Coppell Student Media

A sweet surprise: long-term CHS9 custodian receives jersey from students

A sweet surprise: long-term CHS9 custodian receives jersey from students

Christine Zacuai, Executive News Editor

February 26, 2019


Filed under CHS9, News

After being given a class wordle and poster in an gratitude activity by students in CHS9 Spanish II teacher Christie Nelson’s sixth period class, CHS9 custodian Jose Rodrigues didn’t expect his next gift.   Presented with a brand-new Ezekiel Elliott jersey from his favorite football tea...

A long time comin’: Cowboys select Coppell product Williams in NFL draft

A long time comin’: Cowboys select Coppell product Williams in NFL draft

Akif Abidi, Staff Writer

May 1, 2018


Filed under Football, Sports

Surrounded by news cameras, Connor Williams fell to his knees with tears of happiness streaming when he got the call from Jerry Jones, after a long laborious journey riddled with injury and doubt, Williams was now a Dallas Cowboy.   The quiet kid from Coppell has come a long way.   The...

Cowboys fanatic Richardson met with emotional surprise from calculus students

Cowboys fanatic Richardson met with emotional surprise from calculus students

Marcus Krum, Executive Sports Editor

January 13, 2017


Filed under Fall Sports, Football, Showcase, Sports

In his 40-plus years as the ultimate Dallas Cowboys superfan, Coppell High School calculus teacher Kirk Richardson has been to exactly one game, a 24-22 loss at the hands of the Philadelphia Eagles in the December of 2013.   So when a large group of his students crammed into his classroom...

Grading the Dallas Cowboys 2012 Draft Class

May 1, 2012


Filed under Sports Blog

By John Loop Staff Writer Jerry Jones surprised every one last Thursday when the Cowboys and the St. Louis Rams swapped picks to allow Jones and company to take LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne at pick number six. Along with their next two days of picks, here is a recap of all of Dallas' draftees. First Round (...

High school mascots

March 11, 2011


Filed under Sports Blog

Coleman Armes Staff Writer Have you ever thought that the Coppell High School Cowboys mascot name was copying the Dallas Cowboys? Maybe the gun signs you hold up before kickoff at every football game, or during the Alma Mater resembles Texas Tech too much? Well it could be worse, like a lot worse;...

McBride honored by Dallas Cowboys

February 22, 2011


Filed under Sports

Mary Whitfill Features Editor Coppell Cowboys head football coach Joe McBride was recently named Texas High School Football Coach of the year by the Dallas Cowboys. With the title, McBride was the recipient a $2000 grant from Gene and Jerry Jones Family Charities for the Coppell High School football...

New year means new start for Dallas Cowboys

January 4, 2011


Filed under Sports Blog

Rebecca Neumann Entertainment Editor Last weekend, the Dallas Cowboys beat the Philadelphia Eagles, but against a team resting seven of its starters, a winning score was not anything to cheer about. The morale boost was good. It's going to be important for the team to have a positive attitude...

Dallas Cowboys turn off the lights in New Jersey

November 15, 2010


Filed under Sports Blog

Rebecca Neumann Entertainment Editor Cowboys fans were able to cheer for the first time in weeks when they defeated the New York Giants, who lead the NFC East with a 6-3 record. This win comes only six days after head coach Wade Phillips was fired and replaced with offensive coordinator Jason Garrett. Garrett...

Phillips firing does not necessarily solve Cowboys’ problems

November 8, 2010


Filed under Sports Blog

Rebecca Neumann Entertainment Editor As you may have heard, Coach Wade Phillips has been fired from the Dallas Cowboys' head coaching position. While many people may feel satisfied with Jerry Jones' decision, it does not necessarily solve the problems for the Cowboys. Yes, the defense did give...

Preseason woes hinted to Cowboys’ 1-5 start, disappointment

October 26, 2010


Filed under Sports Blog

By Adam Bremner Staff Writer It is official, the putrid preseason was no fluke. And now, the Dallas Cowboys face a season of utter disappointment and the bottom of the barrel of the league. Following a preseason that involved lack of concentration and production by the Cowboys, Wade Phillips ...

EMAC visits Cowboys Stadium

October 7, 2010


Filed under News

Story by Rebecca Neumann Entertainment Editor Video by Davis DeLoach and Chris Reagan Cowboys Stadium offers many things: great entertainment, great food, great facilities, and, for the students of the Coppell High School EMAC academy, a great opportunity to learn about media and technology. On T...

Dallas Cowboys stuck in 2010 slump

September 24, 2010


Filed under Sports Blog

By Peter Sblendorio Sports Editor While the Cowboys of Coppell have been outstanding since the 2010 football season started, the Cowboys of Dallas have given their fans a bit more reason to be concerned. Touted as a contender to play in the Super Bowl this February on their home field, Jerry...