Jack Welch is concerned with the effort, not the outcome.
Copperas Cove coaches will host a four-day soccer camp for all incoming first- through 12th-graders beginning Monday.
There is no peace in the NBA.
For what feels like an eternity, we’ve been hearing the rumors.
Everything worked out perfectly.
Copperas Cove’s annual NFL Camp will be held for incoming seventh-, eighth- and ninth-graders at Bulldawg Stadium from July 31 to August 4.
Jack Welch believes fundamentals are important, but he wants kids to leave the Bulldawgs NCCA Football Camp with more than skills.
Finally, he’s gone.
Madison Wasiak wants to give back.
Copperas Cove’s four-day NCAA Football Camp begins Monday at S.C. Lee Junior High and is reserved for students going into first through sixth grade.
Kevin Durant is right where he expected to be.
It is a byproduct of success.
Jack Welch is ready for the next step.
The school year is over. Now, the real work begins.
Copperas Cove will begin hosting its annual summer football camps in a little more than a week.
I dread it every year.
Marcus McCrea will do anything to play collegiate football except be given a position.
After failing to clear the opening height at last season’s state track and field meet, Copperas Cove high jumper Josh Canete returned to Austin’s Mike A. Myers Stadium over the weekend with a point to prove.
Jaylen Smith knows it is practice, but he refuses to approach it as such.
Josh Canete will be attempting to clear physical hurdles, but he will also be jumping over mental ones.
It was simply amazing.
TEMPLE — Dusty Brittain is not satisfied.
Josh Canete is going back to state.
Inevitably, all athletic careers end, but the pain does not always end with retirement.
Floyd Connell relishes his role.
There truly is no better feeling.
The Bulldawgs need a number of things to go right in order to reach the playoffs.
Can we please stop this nonsense?
Thanks in part to sophomore Jayda Carter’s big bat, the Lady Bulldawgs are returning to the playoffs for fifth consecutive season.
The Bulldawgs desperately needed a victory. Now, they need another one.
It happened to me the other day.
The Bulldawgs’ season came to an end, but Caden McAnally’s did not.
On the heels of handing San Angelo Central its first District 8-6A loss Friday, Copperas Cove was unable to maintain the momentum Wednesday.
Professional wrestling might be fake, but wrestlers are not.
The Lady Bulldawgs lost their third consecutive game Tuesday, and it cost them in the District 8-6A standings.
Josh Canete took his initial leap toward returning to state Wednesday.
Sports are more than just games — they are life.
Beating the same team twice in a week can be extremely difficult, but the Bulldawgs enjoy the challenge.
The Lady Bulldawgs’ third consecutive trip to the playoffs came to an end last week in the opening round.
Cherish these days, NBA fans, because you will never see anything like it again.
Sometimes, 10 days can feel like forever.
The Lady Bulldawgs secured their third consecutive playoff berth two weeks ago. Tonight, they finally return to action.
It had to be done.
The Lady Bulldawgs collected a pair of victories to start the week.
I really wanted to see what would happen.
Some guys just don’t know when to quit.
Jayda Carter’s hit won the game, but Addie Cook produced the momentum-shifting swing.
Copperas Cove sophomore Quinton Ford was recently placed on the 8-6A All-District First Team, and teammate Dahmir Pearson, a senior, landed on the second team.
I know its rough, but you’ve got to do it, Bulldawgs fans.
Copperas Cove was not perfect, but the Bulldawgs did not need to be.
Three Bulldawgs football players and a volleyball player secured their athletic futures during a pair of signing ceremony Wednesday.