Athlete of the Issue: Freshman Kailyn Echevarria takes on CCHS
BY MALIA LAHEY CCHS prides itself on having outstanding student athletes. Many CCHS students participate in team or individual sports as a way to get involved in the community. However, for freshman Kailyn Echevarria, or as some of her teammates call her, KK, athletics are everything. As a freshman,... Read more
Lady Cowboys volleyball team wins district championship over Cypress Bay
By PEYTON FOX  The volleyball district championship returned to CCHS after the Lady Cowboys bested the Cypress Bay Lightning on October 21 in four sets. The varsity team won 3-1 at Cypress Bay to bring the trophy home.  “The game last night was so exciting to play, especially against... Read more
Victory for the Cowboys: CCHS’ 50 Anniversary Homecoming Game a Definite Success
BY EMILY MORENO After a year of alternative high school events the homecoming game, a high school staple, provided a much needed sense of normality to the school year. On Friday, October 15, the stands were filled with students, alumni and families showing their cowboy pride. In the end,... Read more
Cowboy inclusion: CCHS Cheer welcomes first ESE cheerleader
BY KAYLA GATES The Cooper City High School Cheerleading program is easily recognized as the face of school spirit. Recently, the team has exemplified what it means to be a Cowboy, welcoming a cheerleader from the Exceptional Student Education (ESE) program. Junior Amanda Hoy is having fun and making... Read more
Coaching during COVID: How athletics prevailed during the pandemic
BY MALIA LAHEY The main focus of athletics is usually the athletes. However, the CCHS sports coaches have had a hectic season, balancing both their teams as well as COVID-19, which was no easy task. While trying to keep themselves and their players safe, there were many precautions taken.... Read more
Different setting, same entertainment: 2021 gave sports fans a March Madness that was full of surprises
BY RYAN MERARD Looking to bounce back from cancelling the series last year due to COVID-19, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) decided to hold the annual college basketball tournament “March Madness” in men’s and women’s “bubbles.” This consists of just one arena and practice facility for all teams... Read more
Water polo: Making a splash on social media
BY KAYLA GATES It’s no secret that water polo has remained one of the many hidden sports offered at CCHS. The team actively recruits in an attempt to fill its girls and boys rosters. However, a group of student-athletes is seeking to spread the word on the spring sport... Read more
CCHS Wrestling: Lady Cowboys make their mark
BY KAYLA GATES The CCHS wrestling team is no secret to the world of high school sports. Over the years, its wrestlers have gone on to take home various district and state titles. However, a new face is making history once again as the sole female wrestler on the... Read more
Boys’ varsity baseball: Cowboys look to bounce back after a close loss
BY RYAN MERARD The CCHS varsity baseball team had recently got back into action after their last season was cut short because of the ongoing pandemic. Their latest game was on Monday, February 22 when the Cowboys went up against the South Broward Bulldogs. Having two games under their... Read more
Athlete of the issue: Senior Jake Hicks and his devotion to the field
BY ARIELLE KRAUS For many students at CCHS, sports are a very important part of their life. With the variety of teams that CCHS has to offer, it is not uncommon to meet someone who is part of at least one of them. For senior Jake Hicks, sports have... Read more