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Coaches Training Athletes Of Opposite Gender

Coaches Training Athletes Of Opposite Gender

Kristen Conklin, Staff Writer
May 25, 2017
Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, Showcase, SPORTS

Coaches teach their athletes how to play the sport, train with them everyday and help their players improve their skills. According to the girls’ basketball coach Charles Gabbard, coaching a girls’ basketball team is not that different from coaching a boys’ basketball team. “I don’t coach...

Senior Athletes Reflect On Final Games

Senior Athletes Reflect On Final Games

Maycee Wilson, Staff Writer
May 25, 2017
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From freshman to senior year, many athletes dedicated four years to their sport. They persevered through long nights and practices, and now it is coming to an end. At the close of the season, seniors return their uniforms and never practice or play together again. The last game is considered bittersweet...

Senior Sets Soccer Goals Higher

Senior Sets Soccer Goals Higher

Danielle Garza, Staff writer
January 25, 2017
Filed under SPORTS

As the bus pulls up for a night of fierce competition, senior Lindsey Peng blasts her music through her headphones, just as she does before any away game. It has become part of her routine; a sort of ritual. Peng started playing soccer when she was three, and her main inspiration for playing was the...

Athlete Role Models Impact Student Lives

Athlete Role Models Impact Student Lives

Maycee Wilson, Staff Writer
January 24, 2017
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No-look passes, gold medals and determination are all results of having a good role model. A role model is someone whose success could be emulated by others. Many athletic students find inspiration from famous sports players. Junior Lauren Carag’s role model, Casey Clark, overcame what looked like...

Boys’ Soccer Raises Money For New Uniforms

Boys’ Soccer Raises Money For New Uniforms

Maycee Wilson, Staff Writer
November 4, 2016
Filed under Showcase, SPORTS

A car wash organized by the boy’s soccer team was held in front of the Klein Collins Football Stadium on Sept. 17 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. With more than 100 cars washed and $1,800 raised, the car wash was a success, according to boy’s soccer coach Darrell Hamlett. "It was a great turn out. Lots of p...

Revelation of Rivalry

Revelation of Rivalry

Malarie Ohrabka, Copy Editor
October 31, 2016
Filed under Showcase, SPORTS

The players dressed in white and gold step on the field, ready to face their opponents dressed in black. The athletes exchange glares and quickly gather in a huddle, each team devising a plan to take down the other. This is a familiar scene for the Klein Collins Tigers when facing the Klein Oak Panthers. According...

Athlete of the Week

Athlete of the Week

Jada East, Staff Writer
January 19, 2016
Filed under SPORTS

The boy behind the mask watches as chaos erupts on the field, though he cannot venture too far from the goal.  He feels the sweat beading on his forehead, sliding past his brow. His heart races, mind filled with excitement and determination. He knows that every move he makes determines his team’s...

Athlete of the Week

Athlete of the Week

Danielle Garza, Staff Writer
January 12, 2016
Filed under SPORTS

From the swing of the racket, to the racing of the heart, this week’s athlete of the week sophomore Katrina Plank, was chosen by her tennis coach, Craig Foster. “My dad played tennis in high school so I wanted to take after him,” Plank said. “Whenever I can get on the court, I practice.” Plank...

Playoff game recap

Playoff game recap

Taylor Wasmund, News Editor
November 20, 2015
Filed under KCTV, SPORTS

On Nov. 16 the varsity football team played Atascocita and lost 32-27. The team won nine out of 11 games this season, ranking them 196 nationally and 27 in the state. Atascocita started the game with a lead of 25-7 at halftime, but the Tigers made three drives at the six yard line during the first...

Athlete of the week – Kelly Farina

Athlete of the week – Kelly Farina

Viviana Camarillo, Opinions Editor
November 19, 2015
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As the ball soars in the air, time stops. Everything surrounding her fades away; the squeaking of the court is silenced, the roar of the crowd hushed. And in that moment it is only her, the ball and a whole lot of heart. Senior Kelly Farina is an Outside Hitter and a Defensive Specialist for the schools...

Athlete of the week – Cougar Larsen

Athlete of the week – Cougar Larsen

Karlie Rushing, Staff Writer
November 13, 2015
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The smell of sweat fills the stale air. Heat encompasses the room as warm bodies fight for dominance on the wrestling mat. This is just a regular day at practice for senior Dallin Cougar Larsen. The story of senior Cougar Larsen began before he was born. His older brother would always tell everyone...

Track Twins

Track Twins

Viviana Camarillo, Opinions Editor
November 12, 2015
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Since birth they have shared everything, birthdays, bedrooms, and even the rubber red track. Sophomore’s twins, Katiana and Ariana Pulido run for the track team with times as fast as 11.9 and 14.00 respectively. A lot of hard work went into those times. “My sister and I work with a personal...

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