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Best teams in college football

Best teams in college football

CooperG, Staff Reporter

September 26, 2018

 Alabama: Alabama who is always a to team, looks even better this year than ever. With quarterback Tua Tagovailoa in the back field, the Tide look like on of the best offenses in the country. For the first 4 games of the season Alabama is averaging 44 points per game, and 539 yards per game, and t...

The JIMBO ERA is alive and well

The JIMBO ERA is alive and well

ErinE, Online Editor

September 17, 2018

In December of 2017, Texas A&M University made the drastic addition of making Coach Jimbo Fisher the new head coach. 10 months later, that hire has Texas A&M Football making program history. Texas A&M has started off the season hot, to say the least. While, A&M does have one loss on...

Sports for the Unathletic

Sports for the Unathletic

SujeanS, Managing Editor

July 30, 2018

Let's be honest, not everyone is athletic or motivated enough to exercise and stay fit all summer. Frankly, some people just don't want to. But even a minimal work out can increase your energy and uplift your mood. Here are some fun and effective ways to exercise over the summer. Yoga: For those of you who...

Wrong City, Wrong Team

Wrong City, Wrong Team

KyleR, Co-Editor-in-Chief

July 24, 2018

Since the Astros' comeback over the past few years from what are arguably some of the worst seasons in baseball history to winning their first World Series title (which I do admit is impressive), many Houstonians have begun to show their support for the team once again and taking up the rivalry with...

The Queen on Ice is Back

The Queen on Ice is Back

BrandonC, Staff Reporter

July 9, 2018

Four years ago on February 20, former Olympic figure skater Kim Yuna, also known as the queen of ice skating in South Korea, retired after the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi. Previously, she had won gold at the Vancouver Winter Olympic Games, and at the Sochi games, she received the silver medal. ...

Johnny Football, Eh?

Johnny Football, Eh?

Sarah W, Editor in Chief

July 6, 2018

Johnny Manziel’s peak was back in his college days, and honestly, I kind of forgot about him. That was, until recently, when the young burn out recently announced that he would be making his return to football in the world’s biggest football country- Canada. Manziel was once the face of college footbal...

Comeback SZN

Comeback SZN

ErinE, Online Editor

May 24, 2018

Johnny Manziel was a blaze of glory for the Aggies back when he played quarterback at Texas A&M. Sadly, that quickly took a downhill fall once Manziel got tangled up in off the field drama. Johnny was known to the world as a “joke,” “waste of time” and a “loser” because of all his mistakes....

The World Cup

The World Cup

ColinH, Business Manager

December 14, 2017

As many already know, the FIFA world cup will be taking place in Russia during the summer of 2018, but the preliminary matches have already started to decide who will make it to the final games. The United States did not qualify this year, but many other countries did to their own surprise. Countries...

Kicking Off the Season

Kicking Off the Season

NicoleN, Staff Reporter

December 13, 2017

Date              Time             Opponent 2/2/2018,  @7:30 PM,   Cypress Ranch Soccer, at Cy Woods 2/6/2018,  @7:30 PM,   Cy Ridge Soccer, at Cy Ridge 2/9/2018,  @7:30 PM,   Langham Creek Soccer, at Cy Woods 2/14/2018,  @5:00 PM,   Cy Lakes soccer, at Pridgeon...

Behind the Foul Line

Behind the Foul Line

TeresaH, Online Editor

November 28, 2017

Twice a week, the Copperfield Bowl slowly fills as the Cy Woods Bowling Team files in where they take a few lanes and bowl a of couple games. Established in 2006 by calculus teacher Chi Wong, the bowling team has grown since its creation. “I was over at Cy Springs, and I was a coach there for seven y...

The Next Day

The Next Day

TeresaH, Online Editor

November 20, 2017

Losing is inevitable, but it is never intentional. Winning is challenging, but it is never impossible. In an environment with such intense school spirit, game days can put pressure on athletes to succeed; and with such a football-centered culture, this high pressure is especially great on the Varsity...

A Stepping Stone

A Stepping Stone

KyleR, Co-Editor-in-Chief

November 17, 2017

NOTE: This is a recap of the entire season, so this review will be looking at overall issues and triumphs of the team and will be longer than the game recaps. With the conclusion of the game against Cy Ranch, the Cy Woods football season officially ended at 4-5 just short of a playoff spot at f...

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