Varsity Football: Cowboys Beat South Broward In Their Homecoming Game
BY JACKIE WEISER On Thursday, October 18th, the Cooper City Cowboys took on the South Broward Bulldogs in their annual homecoming game. The first quarter started off tight, with both teams defenses not budging. The Cowboy’s defense put up a fight to stop the Bulldogs, however, a penalty was... Read more
Lemond Johnson Plays His Way To Division 1 College Football At Auburn
BY JACOB FIERMAN The quarterback snaps the ball and the play begins. Receivers are running various routes as the defense adjusts. Senior Lemond Johnson follows the play and comes up to intercept the ball from the intended receiver. With a jolt of speed, he heads straight for the end... Read more
NHL Lockout Takes Its Toll On Teams And Fans
BY A.J. KURZMAN As of Saturday, September 15th at 11:59 P.M., the NHL collective bargaining agreement (CBA) expired, forcing owners to lock out the players for the 3rd time in 18 years. The last lockout completely wiped out the 2004-2005 NHL season, and fans are praying that won’t happen again. As... Read more
Swimming: Cowboys vs. Deerfield Beach & Cardinal Gibbons
BY JESSICA WEAVER On Wednesday October 3rd, the Cooper City High School swim team competed against Cardinal Gibbons and Deerfield Beach High School. The girls’ team placed second, beating Deerfield Beach, and the boys tied with Deerfield. Both teams fell short 10 points against Cardinal Gibbons. Some highlights of... Read more
Girls Varsity Volleyball: Hopes To Serve Up Districts This Year
BY DANIELLE ONAFRAYCHUK The girls pass the ball over to Mayaangelou Carter and she spikes it over the net getting them yet another point. Chanting can be heard all around the gym and the team huddles real quick to congratulate Maya before splitting and getting back in their positions,... Read more
CCHS Introduces Concussion Testing For All Sports
BY DAVID DEACON Cooper City High is mandating concussion tests for all sport players this year to help improve safety and prevent repetitive brain injuries. The test is composed of memory and reaction challenges, of which the objectives are to memorize words, shapes, and placement of symbols. After the... Read more
Varsity Football: Cowboys Defeat West Broward
BY: JACKIE WEISER   On Friday, September 7th, the Cooper City Cowboys faced off against the West Broward Bobcats in their first home game of the season. After two weather delays, the teams marched out onto the field ready to play. In the first quarter, before the second weather delay, junior... Read more
Pay To Play?

Pay To Play?

Sports May 31, 2012

BY BRANDON SLOANE Recently, there has been a big controversy in the sports world regarding under the table payments to college athletes by various schools and recruiters. This is in direct violation of NCAA policy, which states that schools are not permitted to pay players anything other than the... Read more
Great Expectations: Dan Heintz Lives Up To His Brother’s Legacy
  BY JACOB FIERMAN The ball is passed from libero Alec Silverman to setter Chris Gai and is then set to middle blocker Dan Heintz. With incredible power, Heintz jumps high and hits the ball full force, earning a point for the Cooper City boys’ volleyball team. Although Heintz... Read more
That’s A Wrap: Spring Sports Season
  BY JACOB FIERMAN CCHS students and coaches have always taken sports very seriously. Each season the teams work hard and perform their best to advance to the district, regional and state levels. These dedicated athletes have taken part in one of the most exciting spring seasons the school... Read more