Cross Country: Results From 10/12
    BY AFTON HICKS Cooper City High School’s Cross Country team competed in another meet at Markham Park, on October 12. The boys and girls teams had a very strong day at Markham Park against some tough competition. The boys finished 2nd overall only 10 points behind a... Read more
Varsity Football: The Cowboys Lose to Archbishop McCarthy
BY AFTON HICKS Cooper City Cowboys Varsity football added a second loss onto their record after a much-anticipated game against the Archbishop McCarthy Mavericks. The rivals faced off in four quarters filled with tension, which ultimately ended in a Maverick victory. The Maverick offense came out strong, scoring only... Read more
Varsity Girls Volleyball: The Cowboys sweep Flanagan
    BY KAYLA LOKEINKSKY The Cooper City High School varsity girls volleyball team took on the Flanagan Falcons in their final district game of the season on Tuesday, October 12 at CCHS. The Cowboys swept the match with three straight wins, not letting the Falcons go into the double digits with scores... Read more
Getting Into The Game: CCHS Football Fans Have A Newfound Enthusiasm
    BY KAYLA LOKEINSKY It’s Friday night, and the lights of the football field illuminate the faces of hundreds of screaming fans. From their red, black, and white body paint to their homemade t-shirts, students, along with all members of the community, have decked themselves out for the... Read more
Myles Goes Miles: Myles Notkin Leads His Team Through A Winning Season
    BY ALYSSA FISHER Just moments before the big Friday night game, the Cooper City Cowboys channel their inner NFL player and prepare to play their greatest game yet. The crowd watches in awe as senior captain Myles Notkin confidently gathers up his team into a group huddle.... Read more
Bunting Finds His ‘Reel’ Passion
    BY RACHEL SHARPE Most students returning to CCHS this fall happily reminisced about their summer break of daily trips to the beach, shopping at the mall, and hanging out with friends. Senior Matthew Bunting, however, was engaged in something different from the rest. As he does every... Read more
Bare Necessities: Athletes Use Minimalist Running Techniques
    BY REBECCA BINE Your feet pound against the pavement as sweat drips down your forehead and stings your eyes, all while the blazing hot sun shines down as though it were interrogation light. Passersby stare at you, questioning your sanity. However, they aren’t puzzled by your running,... Read more
Column: Reality Check For Sports Stars
    BY AFTON HICKS There is a feeling that comes over a person as they watch their favorite athlete pull a stunt that was once believed almost impossible by human standards. Whether it’s running a mile in under four minutes or throwing a football pass 90 yards, athletes... Read more

Stars Align In Miami

Sports October 13, 2010

BY KEVIN KOPLIN During this past National Basketball Association (NBA) offseason, the Miami Heat became the center of the basketball world. Two of the world’s greatest basketball icons, LeBron James and Chris Bosh, joined  Dwayne Wade in Miami to form what some would call a super-team. James, Wade, and... Read more
Sporting A New Summer Trend
    BY SARAH ROUSSELL Can you remember the first time that you rode a bike? How about when you were learning to add and subtract? As you grew, you began to accomplish these things with ease, but back then, how complicated did they seem? For the high school... Read more