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Ogbogu slams home state, national recognition

Ogbogu slams home state, national recognition

By Tanner McCord Sports Writer One Class 5A state championship is already quite a feat, but two in a row is downright impressive. One common denominator and dominator of both tournaments is senior Chiaka Ogbogu. The 6-1 senior middle blocker ended the 2012 season with an incredible 486 kills and 144 blocks and a hitter of the year award from […]

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Cowgirls look to end season with repeat state title

Cowgirls look to end season with repeat state title

By Sammy Robben Sports Editor No team had ever swept a match in the UIL state tournament. Tonight, the Coppell Cowgirls were the first. Tonight, the Cowgirls went up against the Clear Lake Lady Falcons in their state semifinals match. Despite the Falcons reputation as a comeback team, the Cowgirls defeated them 3-0 with impressive set scores of 25-17, 25-5, […]

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Cowgirls pounce on Panthers, advance in playoffs

Cowgirls pounce on Panthers, advance in playoffs

By Tanner McCord Sports Writer Tonight, the Cowgirls took on the Midlothian Panther volleyball team in the second round of the playoffs. Last week, the Girls took on Grapevine and put on a dominant performance taking them down in the minimum three games and did the same thing tonight. With our proud student section behind them, standout players Mary Kate […]

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Holst, Ogbogu headline Sportsday All-Area Team

By John Loop Staff Writer Seniors Kierra Holst and and Chiaka Ogbogu were named to the Sportsday High School All-Area Volleyball team. Holst, an Oklahoma signee and the state tournament Most Valuable Player, as well as a middle blocker for the 7-5A champion Cowgirls, was named to the first team. Ogbogu, who has committed to California-Berkley, put the final game […]

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Cowgirls win thriller against Hebron

By Seth Slover Staff Writer A highly anticipated game met and exceeded its hype. ¬†Coppell and Hebron fought for the right to advance to Abilene for the fourth round. Game one and game two were close and highly entertaining. ¬†Game one began with Coppell jumping out to an early lead, just to see the Hawks storm back to tie the […]

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