Column: Journalists Go Out Of Bounds
BY KEVIN KOPLIN Everyday millions of people obtain access to the latest information on what’s going on in the sports world. Through newspaper, magazines, and the internet, sports journalists provide fans with everything they want to know about athletes, teams, and coaches. In today’s modern age, fans have an... Read more
Boys Basketball: Cowboys Lose 38-58
BY JOSH COHEN The boys’ varsity basketball team squared off against Cypress Bay High School on Thursday night at home hoping to grab a win. The Cowboys began the game well, but struggled to keep up their intensity as the game progressed. The Lightning went on a run to... Read more
Girls Basketball: A Loss Puts Their Record At 2-4
BY JOSH COHEN The CCHS girls’ basketball team faced off against Cypress Bay High School at home this past Thursday night. The Cowboys had trouble putting down points early on in the game. A struggling offence for the Cowboys showed on the scoreboard in the first half as they... Read more
Wrestling: Team Goes Undefeated In Tournament
BY JOSH COHEN The Cowboys wrestling team entered the December 8th tournament eager to put up a strong performance against Piper, Hallandale, and McArthur at McArthur High School. After the official weigh-ins, the wrestling matches began.  With strong performances from all of the CCHS varsity wrestlers, the Cowboys pushed... Read more
Cheerleaders Compete Against Perception
BY SARAH ROUSSELL Intense energy and fiery emotions spread quickly through the competitive atmosphere that envelopes the crowded gym. Sixteen girls wearing red, black, and white uniforms stand strongly in the center of tumbling mats that are spread across the floor. Loud music blasts on as the girls get... Read more
Junior Captains Take The Lead On CCHS Hockey Team
BY AFTON HICKS There is a core in most sports teams. This core provides the structure and strength for the whole program. Without it, the team is often frail and unsuccessful. In many high school sports, this core is the team captain. They demonstrate all the qualities of a... Read more
Column: Women Not “Covered” The Same As Men
BY KAYLA LOKEINSKY For every grade school girl who ever wanted to play kickball during recess, there was always a little boy who told  to go play with her dolls, because she was a girl and “girls don’t play sports.” You would think that these childish antics would be... Read more
Varsity Football: Cowboys Add A Playoff Win To Historic Season
BY KEVIN KOPLIN Cowboys Rally to defeat South Broward and win their first playoff game in the school’s history. The stands were full, the crowd was pumped up, and both teams were ready to go. The Cooper City Cowboys looked to win their first playoff game in school history... Read more
Varsity Football: Cowboys Lose Homecoming Game To Flanagan
BY KEVIN KOPLIN Flanagan 47, Cooper City 15 One week after securing their spot as district champs for the first time in school history by defeating Coral Glades 34-12, the Cooper City Cowboys entered Friday’s game against the Flanagan Falcons with a 7-2 record, and a playoff berth. Things... Read more
Varsity Football: Cowboys Get Their First District Title With A Win Against Coral Springs
    BY AFTON HICKS Last Friday was a defining moment in Cowboy football history. After thirty-nine years of trials and tribulations, all the hard work put into this season finally paid off. For the first time in the history of Cooper City High School, the Cowboys walked off... Read more