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Cross country takes second, fifth at Coppell Invitational

Coppell junior runner Andrew Crichton heads up the last hill on the course at Coppell Middle School West. The elite varsity boys placed fifth on Saturday at their only home meet of the season, the Coppell Invitational.

Nicholas Pranske, Executive Copy and Design Editor

September 14, 2019

As Coppell freshman Waverly Hassman crossed the finish line at 7:49 a.m., her grimace turned into a slight smile. She placed fifth overall in a pool of 41 runners in the Elite Varsity category at the Coppell Invitational cross country meet this morning at Coppell Middle School West.   &nb...

CHS tennis dominates at district

Coppell senior Naoya Matsumoto practices with the varsity team during eighth period at the CHS tennis center on a chilly afternoon today. The CHS varsity team won the District 9-6A tournament at CHS on Oct. 12.

Pramika Kadari, Staff Writer

October 27, 2017

  The Coppell High School tennis team puts in hours of blood, sweat and tears all season long. On Oct. 12, it all paid off for the players when they won the District 9-6A championship at the CHS tennis center.   At the beginning of the season, the tennis team made it its goal to ...

Football playoff alignment: how it works, what to expect (with video)

Junior wide receiver Gabe Lemons celebrates a play in the Cowboys' 52-10 victory over Lake Highlands on Oct. 7. The Cowboys advance into the playoffs riding a six game winning streak.

Marcus Krum, Executive Sports Editor

November 9, 2016

After rolling into the playoffs with six consecutive district wins, the Coppell football team has seemed to work its way into a great playoff situation. With its first game being played at Buddy Echols field, no matchup with DeSoto (thank goodness) the stars have aligned for this team. But how did it ...

Tennis continues to dominate, moves to area semifinals

Senior tennis player Laila Kamel strikes the ball during her 4-6, 6-0, 10-7 doubles victory in Coppell's win over Rowlett. Although Kamel and her partner Akshaya Kannan dropped the first set, they battled back to help the team sweep Roulette.

Marcus Krum, Sports Executive Editor

October 21, 2016

For the first time in nearly a month, the Coppell tennis team faced an opponent outside of the weaker District 9-6A. However, it did not miss a beat. In truly dominating fashion, the Coppell tennis team trounced Rowlett early in the first round of the area playoffs, winning 10-0. In doubles m...

Lone (Five) Star: Choate finds home as one of nation’s top deep snappers

Senior long snapper Connor Choate, in his second year at the position, has emerged as one of the top in the country. According to Kohls Kicking Camp, Choate is no. 5 in the nation, a five-star recruit.

Marcus Krum, Sports Executive Editor

September 15, 2016

He is, according to Kohls Kicking Camp, Coppell football’s only five-star recruit. He is the fifth ranked player at his position in the entire nation. Yet Connor Choate does not need the spotlight. Since he first took the field as a varsity player in the fall of 2015, that is never what the senior l...

McGill, timely defense saves narrow OT victory in season opener

During Friday night's game, Coppell High School sophomore and free safety Jonathan McGill runs the ball down the field as the first quarter comes to a close at Buddy Echols Field. The Coppell Cowboys ended the night with a 28-21 victory over L.D. Bell. Photo by Amanda Hair.

Marcus Krum, Sports Executive Editor

August 27, 2016

No matter which way you look at it, it was not pretty. For some, the first game jitters appeared to be in full effect on Friday night. However, Jonathan McGill was seemed to be immune. The sophomore finished with two interceptions (one in overtime) and the game-winning touchdown catch, as somehow, so...

Eight Coppell High School seniors put pen to paper on National Signing Day

Eight Coppell High School seniors put pen to paper on National Signing Day

November 11, 2015

By Sloane Samberson Managing Editor @SloaneSamberson   Sports, in general, are a big deal in Texas. Sports at Coppell High School are an especially big deal when it comes to National Signing Day. Today at 7:45 a.m., students, coaches, teachers and parents gathered in the the CHS gym to celebrate...

Varsity cross country captain and exemplary student; Sims juggles two important tasks in his hardest year of high school

Varsity cross country captain and exemplary student; Sims juggles two important tasks in his hardest year of high school

October 22, 2015

Coppell High School juniors Nathan Sims (left) and Alan Huo (right) run neck and neck at the District 7-6A Championship meet at Bob Jones Park in Southlake on Oct. 19. Sims placed sixth, right behind Huo who placed fifth. For Sims and Huo, this seasons meet results were a constant back and forth...