Man on the street: How is the coronavirus affecting the athletes at CCHS?
BY KYLEIGH SPRIGLE The coronavirus is interrupting both school and spring sports. Right now, the future of school sports is uncertain and the Cowboys have many concerns. Student-athletes responded to the question: “How is the coronavirus affecting the athletes at CCHS?” Senior Ethan Silverman, volleyball “It sucks that my... Read more
Boys’ varsity volleyball: Cooper City crushes Coconut Creek
BY KAYLA GATES The 2019-20 volleyball season is underway once again. With the girls’ volleyball season well in the past, the boys’ have emerged in hopes of living up to their counterpart’s district title. The Cowboys have already taken to the courts, securing various victories at the start of... Read more
Why have South Florida sports been so bad?: A new, positive future is on the horizon
BY CHRIS GOMES Miami sports, at one point, had a golden age.  LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh made up the ‘Big Three’ of South Beach, the legendary Miami Heat team that consistently won, and were considered a “super team” at the time. Although they weren’t able to... Read more
Boys’ volleyball: Dives, digs and dubs
BY KYLEIGH SPRIGLE The boys’ volleyball team has started their season with four consecutive wins. On March 4, the team claimed another win against the Western High School Wildcats. The team won all three of the sets they played. The Cowboys started off the game claiming the first two... Read more
Water polo: Tournament time for the teams
BY KYLEIGH SPRIGLE The boys’ and girls’ water polo teams drove to Miami to face new competition in the Marcos Santos Invitational tournament. The water polo teams participated in the tournament on February 28 and 29. The boys’ team won two games and lost two. The girls’ team won... Read more
Girls’ varsity water polo: Breaking records, one save at a time
BY KYLEIGH SPRIGLE The water polo teams are at the beginning of their season. The girls’ team started off strong, going against their district rivals, Pines Charter and Westminster Academy, early in the season.  On Wednesday, February 19, the team lost against Pines Charter Jaguars with a final score... Read more
Sport or hobby?: Playing video games is not a sport
BY RYAN MERARD One of the most prominent figures in the electronic sports (eSports) world, Tyler “Ninja” Belvins, recently stirred up some controversy around the competitiveness of gaming. Ninja went on a rant on Twitch—while he was live-streaming—about his fans telling him that “it’s just a game” whenever he... Read more
Flag football: Kicking off the season
BY KAYLA GATES With the spring season underway, flag football is just one of the many sports gaining momentum. New and returning players have come together to compete in the sport once again this year. As the 2020 team begins to form, the Lady Cowboys look forward to another... Read more
Accomplishing dreams: Five tips on how to get committed while in high school
BY KYLEIGH SPRIGLE  Many high school athletes aspire to play at the collegiate level and sometimes it may seem unattainable. As athletes get older they may lose hope. Getting committed can seem impossible, but fear not– these five tips might help you through the process. 1. Know what you... Read more
National Signing Day: CCHS student-athletes commit to colleges
BY JOSEPH STURGEON On Wednesday, nine student-athletes from CCHS officially committed to the colleges they will be attending and playing for over the next four years. Held in the auditorium at 3:15 p.m., the signing was attended by the students’ families and friends. The event was run by athletic... Read more