For Brandon Hamilton, there is just a certain excitement and thrill that comes with being a running back and kick return specialist who often is the first player to get his hands on the football.
Shawnte’ Goff embraces her past. By doing so, the future is unrestrained.
On Friday, Copperas Cove ended defending district champion Ellison’s 26-game district winning streak by upsetting the Lady Eagles 70-65. En route to the victory, the Lady Bulldawgs (13-5, 2-1 District 12-6A) survived a furious comeback attempt, needing several clutch free throws in the game’s final seconds to ensure the outcome. After the game, Herald reporter Clay Whittington spoke with Copperas Cove head coach Eldridge McAdams about the win and its significance for the program.
Last summer, as members of the D1 Ambassadors, Rashard Odomes and Malik Malone regularly went toe to toe with the best prospects in the nation.
COPPERAS COVE — It was Kenya Haynes’ moment to shine.
Kendell Jones anchored the Shoemaker defense on Friday nights, and the Defensive Player of the Year also anchors the 2014 Killeen Daily Herald All-Area First-Team defense.
Standout offensive linemen are typically veterans.
What is it like to prepare for Copperas Cove senior quarterback Manny Harris?
Manny Harris proved his point.
Ellison hadn’t forgotten being swept by Copperas Cove last year in a season that included the Eagles’ first loss to the Bulldawgs in 19 years.
COPPERAS COVE — Eldridge McAdams felt like it took forever for the final buzzer to sound.
The 2014 season has been Cooper Brock’s best yet and he hopes to go out on top by helping UTEP down Utah State at the New Mexico Bowl on Saturday.
Copperas Cove is approaching its District 12-6A opener as if everything is on the line.
Eldridge McAdams was aware of the possibilities.
Coach is right.