Coppell Student Media

  • Commitment form for third nine weeks is available today for those changing their commitments, due Dec. 9
  • Dec. 11 is an early dismissal day in CISD (Elementary: 12:30 p.m., Middle: 1 p.m., High: 1:40 p.m.)

Tennis Notebook: Regular season coming to close

Tennis Notebook: Regular season coming to close
March 27, 2013

By Tanner McCord Sports Writer During the fall of 2012, the Coppell varsity tennis team was literally the best to ever come through Coppell High School. The team went undefeated in district play,...

Tennis Notebook 7: Cowboy tennis rides to regional tournament

Tennis Notebook 7: Cowboy tennis rides to regional tournament
October 29, 2012

By Tanner McCord Sports Writer This weekend the Coppell varsity tennis team made their way to the regional playoffs in Abilene, Texas where your Cowboys made it all the way to the finals, where their...

Tennis Notebook 2: Coppell remaining undefeated in district

Tennis Notebook 2: Coppell remaining undefeated in district
September 21, 2012

By Tanner McCord Sports Writer This week in tennis, your Coppell varsity boys and girls teams made the trip to Flower Mound on Tuesday, September 18. Even away from home court, the Cowboy’s uprooted...

Senior tennis player continues sport through coaching

Senior tennis player continues sport through coaching
March 1, 2012

By Dyer Whitt Staff Writer Becoming a tennis coach is not exactly a common choice of job profession for a high school senior. However, one varsity senior tennis player’s dream after graduating comes...

Tennis advances three to regional tourney

April 15, 2010

by Blake Seitz Sports Editor The District 6-5A Tournament was a bitter-sweet experience for some members of the Coppell tennis program. In many ways, the tournament exemplified the adage ‘out with...

CMS West student gifts Snuggies to patients

February 1, 2010

by Ashley Attanucci Staff Writer  Twelve year old Jack Barker is a cancer patient. He is also a student, son, brother, athlete, friend and an inspiration to the 1,000- plus lives he has recently...

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