A group of about 200 of his peers, including his baseball teammates, cheered when Copperas Cove senior Travis Sanders put pen to paper Wednesday to solidify his commitment to play baseball at Texas Tech in Lubbock.
A magician digs deep into his top hat that proves three is a magic number in the “Schoolhouse Rock” video that teaches kids about math. Three also proved to be a magical number for Copperas Cove High School that earned All-American status with three of its varsity cheerleaders and three of i…
S. C. Lee eighth grader Eva Revilla took a deep breath before performing her last dance at summer camp in her junior high career. She made every step count and it paid off. The petite brunette danced away with not only the Outstanding Performer Award at the American Dance//Drill Team camp bu…
S. C. Lee Junior High eighth grader Isabella Sequenzia took a deep breath before walking in front of the judges to begin her cheer routine at the National Cheerleader Association Camp. She worried that her nerves would take over and she would forget the cheers she learned earlier in the week.
The Copperas Cove Lady Dawgs volleyball team has been a prominent and consistent staple in the state playoffs for the past 15 years, and head coach Cari Lowery hopes to make it 16 this season.
Sheronika Walker was overweight, out of shape, suffering severe depression and facing potentially serious health issues after losing her second baby nearly three years ago.
Instruments glistened in the sun, water jugs sat uniformly along the sidewalk and the unmistakable sound of a metronome keeping time filled the air Thursday morning as the Pride of Cove varsity marching band began practice as a full unit.
Some of Copperas Cove High School’s varsity Lady Dawgs basketball team got to meet an alumnus with an illustrious career Wednesday afternoon.
A’Zariah Knotts says she had a bit of a hard time deciding which college to attend, but she thinks she made the right choice and is excited about going to play basketball at the University of North Texas at Dallas.
Bob Jericho is excited to start his new position as the vendor at the Hills of Cove Golf Course in Copperas Cove.
COVID has changed everyday life, and that includes the life of cheerleaders who imagine themselves cheering on the sidelines of every game, representing their school in cheer competitions and mentoring younger students.
When Copperas Cove High School senior and football player Thomas Holman Jr. was considering which college to sign with, he said it was a conversation with the coach and players of the school he ultimately chose — Southeastern Oklahoma State University in Durant, Oklahoma — that helped him ma…
On Feb. 3, seven student-athletes from Copperas Cove High School signed their letters of intent to compete at the collegiate level.
When Copperas Cove golf coach Cooper Carlton saw Elle Fox drive a ball off of a tee, he knew she was something special. The problem was, he had to wait two years to coach her: She was in fifth grade at the time.
For many, perhaps everyone, 2020 will go down as a year they’d rather forget. However, the huge news that came in 2020 is unforgettable.
COPPERAS COVE — Athletes from Copperas Cove are getting ready for the next step in their competitive evolution by signing letters of intent to play for collegiate teams.
The Ellison Lady Eagles were taken to the brink Tuesday at Killeen Bowlerama before escaping with an 11-6 victory over the Harker Heights Lady Knights.
Kaia Philen scored 17 points, Salado made 13 3-pointers and the Lady Eagles finished the first half of 27-4A play unbeaten with a 62-37 home rout of Burnet on Friday
The Bulldawgs exploded for a combined 10 runs in the fifth and sixth innings to secure a 12-2 run-rule victory at Harker Heights on Wednesday.
Copperas Cove senior point guard Madison Griffon earned the top honor from rival coaches as she was named most valuable player of the recently released All-District 12-6A girls basketball team.
The Lady Bulldawgs’ season came to a close Monday at McLennan Community College, where they lost their Class 6A playoff opener 58-44 to Mesquite Horn.
The Bulldawgs kept their playoff hopes alive by beating Temple 52-50 on Tuesday at home.
Madison Griffon scored 17 points, including 14 after the third quarter, leading the Lady Bulldawgs to a 58-53 overtime victory at Harker Heights on Tuesday.
Madison Griffon scored 13 points, including a buzzer-beating 3-pointer to force overtime, but it was not enough for the Lady Bulldawgs to avoid a 76-73 loss to Waco Midway.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Excitement is in the air for a local soccer club.
The Bulldawgs will look to rebound from a home loss today, when they travel to play Waco at 8 p.m.
The Bulldawgs will look to avenge a 69-66 home loss against Killeen tonight, when they open the second round of District 12-6A play.
The Bulldawgs were in position to upset Class 6A No. 18 Shoemaker on Wednesday, but fell just short, losing 63-57.
Despite receiving a game-high 24 points from junior guard Madisen Honea, the Lady Bulldawgs suffered a 68-55 loss to visiting Harker Heights last week.
After a week off, the Bulldawgs return to action today, hosting Harker Heights at 8 p.m.
The Lady Bulldawgs won their third consecutive District 12-6A game on Tuesday, defeating Waco 67-35.
Copperas Cove suffered a 69-66 loss to visiting Killeen in its District 12-6A opener Tuesday.
The Lady Bulldawgs lost their District 12-6A opener Tuesday, falling to visiting Belton 38-36.
The Lady Bulldawgs will look to reach the third round of the playoffs for the first time since 2014, when they travel to play Class 6A No. 4 Prosper at West High School. The match is set to begin at 6:30 p.m. today.
The Bulldawgs will look to collect their second consecutive District 12-6A victory tonight, when they host Waco.
The Class 6A No. 14 Lady Bulldawgs opened the second half of District 12-6A play by sweeping Temple on Friday.