Coppell Student Media

Kadari crosses the country

Kadari crosses the country

Pramika Kadari, Staff Writer

May 22, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Personal Columns, Showcase

After 15 years of living in one state, one town, one house, moving from Illinois to Texas in the middle of my high school career was not something I was happy about.   The decision had been somewhat sudden - announced near the beginning of the summer that we would most likely be moving a...

What 4 years in D115 has shown me

What 4 years in D115 has shown me

Gabby Sahm, Staff Writer

May 27, 2016


Filed under Opinions, Student Opinions

Going into high school I was very confused. I had just spent three years in band playing the flute but had realized that I did not want to continue playing in high school. Since I was not a part of anything else, I felt lost.   I knew I liked little things like reading and writing but I did ...

Kodros deals in 2-0 win to keep Coppell No. 1

Kodros deals in 2-0 win to keep Coppell No. 1

Reid Valentine, Staff Writer

April 15, 2016


Filed under Showcase, Sports

The Trinity Trojans (11-10 overall, 2-7 district 7-6A) had an ample amount of chances to win the Tuesday night contest at the CHS Complex against the No. 1 nationally ranked Coppell Cowboys (21-0, 7-0), yet junior pitcher and LSU commit John Kodros wasn’t having any of it. A final score of 2-0 had...

Simple Mexican recipe putting a twist on holiday leftovers

Simple Mexican recipe putting a twist on holiday leftovers

December 1, 2015


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Recipes, Showcase

By Lili Lomas Staff Writer   Every year after a delicious holiday feast, many people have lots of leftover turkey or ham that they do not know what to do with. This simple recipe for Tortas (a Mexican version of a sandwich) has been the solution for generations in Mexican families, as it...

High school is not a torture chamber

High school is not a torture chamber

September 23, 2015


Filed under Opinions, Showcase

By Farah Merchant Staff Writer   Place of education or torture chamber?   This is what I constantly asked myself during my entire freshman year when I was piled with homework, extracurricular activities, clubs and so much more. This is also what I expected when I reentered Coppell High School ...

Girls golf places for first time ever at state tournament

Girls golf places for first time ever at state tournament

May 1, 2015


Filed under Sports, Spring Sports

By Alex Nicoll Editor-in-Chief @NicollMac For the first time ever in the history of the girls and boys golf programs at Coppell High School, a team brought home a trophy from the state tournament after the girls won second at the Class 6A state golf tournament. However even with that impre...

Cowboys tighten race atop district standings, shutout Heritage 3-0

Cowboys tighten race atop district standings, shutout Heritage 3-0

April 22, 2015


Filed under Sports, Spring Sports

By Alex Nicoll Editor-in-Chief @NicollMac In the bottom of the sixth inning, Coppell baseball coach Kendall Clark signaled over to three seniors Cameron Dougherty, Trevor Currington and Mitchell Solomon to get warmed up. Three players who rarely see the field were getting a chance to live...

Friends, family celebrate life, passing of Gantt

Friends, family celebrate life, passing of Gantt

April 10, 2015


Filed under Sports, Spring Sports

By Alex Nicoll Editor-in-Chief @NicollMac For those that have followed stories on coppellstudentmedia.com about the courageous fight of junior Thomas (Tommy) Gantt’s bout with cancer, we regret to inform you that he passed away Saturday April 4 at 3 p.m. “He loved to help people. He ...

What is Empire Trust? Christian organization awards student athletes through scholarships

What is Empire Trust? Christian organization awards student athletes through scholarships

April 5, 2015


Filed under KCBY Videos, Sports, Spring Sports

Video by Blake Snawder and Samuel Dumar By Alex Nicoll Editor-in-Chief @NicollMac What is Empire Trust? This is the question so many Coppell athletes and students have. The organization has a large following on social media and while kids love the “shoutouts” they get, not many know the mission behind this organization. “We really try to give [scholarsh...

Freshmen power Cowgirls by Lady Rebels in blowout win

Freshmen power Cowgirls by Lady Rebels in blowout win

March 4, 2015


Filed under Sports, Spring Sports

By Alex Nicoll Editor-in-Chief @NicollMac Days after being announced the new No. 1 ranked girls soccer team in the nation, the Coppell Cowgirls took one step closer to clinching the District 7-6A title Tuesday defeating the Richland Lady Rebels 6-0 at Buddy Echols Field. Coppell controlled t...

Costs for some athletes measured by equipment, time commitments

February 11, 2015


Filed under Sports, Spring Sports

By Alex Nicoll Editor-in-Chief @NicollMac For a student, schedule pick-up is a sign of change. It signals the end of summer. It signals the beginning of another year of school and numerous yearly school fees. For all extra-curricular activities, it is a signal to once again pay that $150 Pay-to...

With most Division I commits in recent years, football dominates National Signing Day

With most Division I commits in recent years, football dominates National Signing Day

February 5, 2015


Filed under Sports, Spring Sports

Video by Nick Wilson. http://vimeo.com/118825534 By Alex Nicoll Editor-in-Chief @NicollMac With an energy that was felt as soon as you walked in the doors this morning, the Coppell High School gym had families buzzing, athletes signing and one happy athletic director. “It just makes...