Copperas Cove is still growing.
Copperas Cove is in the midst of a heated race for playoff qualification, and it is exactly what head coach Jack Welch expected. In fact, he anticipated it for years.
The first day of boys basketball practice is Wednesday. At least, it is for the players.
ROBINSON — The Copperas Cove tennis team’s team tennis season came to an end Thursday with a 10-1 loss to Duncanville in the area tournament.
COPPERAS COVE — Harker Heights did not complete a pass. The Knights did not need to.
Talia Kinslow had 12 kills and the Copperas Cove volleyball team swept Harker Heights, 25-23, 25-17, 25-19, in its home finale Friday.
Billy White Jr. did not fully understand what he was witnessing.
Jerry Edwards knows what to expect.
COPPERAS COVE — Cari Lowery tried anything she could think of.
BELTON — The Belton volleyball team is making a push for the postseason. With its spot in the playoffs more of a sure thing, Copperas Cove’s sights are set on a possibility of at least sharing the District 8-6A title — with front-runner Waco Midway in its way.
Copperas Cove senior middle blocker Chyanne Chapman is not 6-foot-3.
The wait is over.
Copperas Cove was determined to frustrate Ellison’s potent passing attack Thursday and was very successful in doing so.
Losing is always difficult, but sometimes it is necessary.
If Copperas Cove is ever in an offensive lull, it possesses the front-row firepower to get itself back on track at any moment.