Girls’ basketball senior night: Cowboys could not bounce back
BY KYLEIGH SPRIGLE The basketball season is soon coming to an end. Every season, one of their final home games is dedicated to the seniors. This year, the Lady Cowboys’ senior night game was on January 17 against the Marjory Stoneman Douglas (MSD) Eagles.  The Lady Cowboys were winning... Read more
Varsity boys’ basketball: Cowboys face off against Pembroke Pines Charter
BY ALYSSA KHAN AND JOSEPH STURGEON For the Cowboys, Tuesday night’s boys’ varsity basketball game was an interesting one.  The game ended in a 69-54 loss for the Cowboys, giving the team a record of 5-8 for the season. The game was against Pembroke Pines Charter’s Jaguars—a top team... Read more
Boys’ varsity basketball: Week of December 9 recap
BY ALYSSA KHAN The boys’ varsity basketball team had three tough games this week against Cypress Bay High School, Everglades High School and Coral Glades High School. On Monday, December 9, the Cowboys got bested by Cypress Bay at home with a score of 49-72. On Wednesday, the boys... Read more
Wrestling: Cowboys slam the South Broward Bulldogs at meet
BY KYLEIGH SPRIGLE On December 4, the CCHS Cowboys wrestling team faced the South Broward Bulldogs, an opponent that they lost to last year. This wrestling tournament was their time for vengeance and they took it. The varsity Cowboys team ended up winning more matches than the varsity Bulldogs... Read more
Colin Kaepernick was blackballed not for his passing ability, but for his ability to speak out
BY JOSEPH STURGEON The story began in 2016: Colin Kaepernick, the then-starting quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, took a knee during the pre-game national anthem, stirring waves of conversation throughout the United States. The next day, when asked why he did this, he responded that it was a... Read more
A new start: The beginning of the spring season
BY KYLEIGH SPRIGLE The fall sports are coming to an end and the spring sports teams are starting to prepare. Tryouts have started for some and other teams have started conditioning and practicing. At CCHS, some of the most impressive teams play during the spring.  The boys’ soccer team... Read more
Swimming goes to states: The best of the best
BY KYLEIGH SPRIGLE The CCHS swimming and diving team went through districts and regionals to get their best competitors. Only one diver, three individual swimmers and two relay groups made it to states. The swimmers are judged individually or in their small relay group. There are only 24 swimmers... Read more
Cheerleading: Lady Cowboys compete at first meet
BY KAYLA GATES With the fall football season coming to a close, cheerleaders have fled the sidelines and taken to the fields. While the school team will no longer be cheering CCHS on during the games, the Lady Cowboys are making the most of their season by participating in... Read more
“Little Miss Varsity”: Sophomore Noa Pogany challenges cheerleading tradition
BY KAYLA GATES Sophomore Noa Pogany is defying expectations by excelling as a member of the CCHS varsity cheerleading team. Her notable accomplishments speak volumes on the scope of both her ability and enthusiasm for the sport. Pogany’s passion for cheerleading developed at a young age. She began the... Read more
A lasting impact: How injuries affect an athlete’s mental health
BY KAYLA GATES Injuries are a nearly inevitable aspect of athletic participation. Intense gameplay often requires an athlete to retire to the sidelines for recovery. However, few truly understand the lengths at which an injury impacts an individual. Along with the physical challenges that accompany a severe injury, athletes... Read more