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
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
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
Sink or swim: Cowboys place second at swimming districts
BY KYLEIGH SPRIGLE The entire season was in preparation for the district meet. That one meet determines whose season will be over and who will move on. The next step is regionals, and then few will make it all the way to states. On Wednesday, October 30, Cooper City... Read more
The swimming and diving team tests the waters
BY KYLEIGH SPRIGLE The swimming and diving team had an unusual meet at Nova Southeastern University (NSU) on September 26. The team competed against Somerset Academy and NSU University School. The meet was different for the Cowboys because the two opposing teams are not in the same division as... Read more
Water polo in jeopardy: Teams just trying to stay afloat
BY KYLEIGH SPRIGLE The future of water polo at CCHS is unknown. The teams are left with no coach and the season is quickly approaching. Right now there are only a few options for the new coaching staff. At the moment, the teams are barely treading water.  “At this... Read more
The boys’ water polo team’s undefeated season goes on
BY HANNAH EUBANKS On Tuesday, March 5, the Cooper City Cowboys boys’ water polo team went up against Cypress Bay Lightning. The Cowboys won with a final score of 14-8, continuing their winning streak. The game went back and forth, each team managing to put the ball in the... Read more
Water polo blows Flanagan out of the water
BY KYLEIGH SPRIGLE On Monday, February 25, the Cooper City Cowboys played against Flanagan High School. This home game was a district match, one that the Cowboys ending up winning with a final score of  17-8. CCHS participated in the Miami Country Day tournament. It was over the weekend,... Read more
Water polo prepares for the upcoming season
BY OLIVIA LEWIS With fall sports coming to an end, spring sports are picking up. One of these sports is water polo, which is considered to be a rigorous sport, especially since the players aren’t allowed to touch the bottom of the pool, forcing them to tread water the... Read more