The Cooper boys and girls basketball teams were swept on Tuesday night by the Coronado Mustangs.
Realignment is nothing new for high school sports, but for the first time the UIL released the classification cutoff numbers ahead of February's realignment. With that announcement also comes the news that Abilene High and Cooper would once again be split up.
Abilene High will join the new Class 6A that is being created in this realignment, and Cooper is staying put in Class 5A.
The 2014 realignment is just a couple short months away and with the addition of Class 6A things are changing in the Big Country.
The All-District Teams from District 2-5A have been released with Cooper's Lorenz Joe being named Co-Offensive MVP.
The Cooper Cougars traveled to Stephenville this afternoon for a playoff clash with the Cedar Hill Longhorns.
The Cooper Cougars will look to advance to the state quarterfinals for the first time since 2000 on Saturday afternoon. Standing in their way will be 2012 division two state runner up Cedar Hill.
The Cougars defense has given up more points in a season than any Cooper "D" in the history of the school, but they continue to make improvements as the year goes on.
The regional round is right around the corner, and many Big Country teams remain in the playoffs. Here's a complete list of the upcoming games.
David Robinett talks to Todd Moebes as the Cougars are preparing for their 3rd round playoff game.
Cooper's offense gained a school record 435 yards on the ground on the a field that was hard to stand on. So the question, how did they do that on that icy field?
Tickets for the Cooper vs. Cedar Hill game in Stephenville on Saturday are on sale at the One AISD Center on Pine in Abilene.
The area round of the football playoffs are right around the corner. Here's a list of the pairings involving the Big Country teams remaining in the postseason.
The Cooper Cougars continue the playoffs tomorrow night and Lorenzo Joe and his broken hand are going to be back on the field against Arlington Lamar.
The Cooper Cougars are back in the Area round of the playoffs for the 6th year in a row, and back up quarterback and receiver Denver Gravitt played a big part in the victory.
The last time Cooper and Lamar met was in 2011 at AT&T Stadium, and it came down to the final play.
David Robinett talks with Cooper head coach Todd Moebes as they prepare for the 2nd round of the playoffs.
Cooper opened the 2013 playoffs with an easy 49-14 victory over the El Paso Coronado Thunderbirds on Friday night.
The Cooper Cougars kept their record against El Paso schools perfect on Friday night, and racked up another bi-district win in the process.
The Cooper Cougars are back in the postseason for the 7th year in a row, and the running game is leading the way, and that rushing attack is about to set a school record.
David Robinett talks to Cooper head coach about the Cougars 7th straight playoff appearance.
Head coach Todd Moebes' and his team are coming into the playoffs off an open date.
Here's a list of the Big Country playoff matchups for the bi-district round.
David Robinett talks to Cooper head coach Todd Moebes about his team's season finale loss to San Angelo Central and Lorenzo Joe's injury.
Cooper quarterback Lorenzo Joe broke his hand in Friday's loss to Central, so he will have a week to recover from Monday's surgery and get ready for the Cougars playoff game.
The Cooper Cougars dropped another tough one on Friday night to San Angelo Central.
The Cooper Cougars have jumped out to a 5 and 2 record in district 2-5A play.
The Cooper Cougars and the San Angelo Central Bobcats are getting ready to collide on Friday night at Shotwell Stadium.
The Cooper Cougars are trying to bounce back from a tough 54-53 loss to Odessa Permian on Friday night. The loss essentially ended the Cougars hopes of a district championship, but they are headed back to the playoffs for the 7th year in a row and the 19th time in the last 23 years.
Cooper head coach Todd Moebes talks to David Robinett about his teams 54-53 loss to Odessa Permian
The Cooper Cougars made their way out to Ratliff Stadium in Odessa tonight to take on the Permian Panthers.
Cooper's defense struggled early in the season, but those struggles seem to be in the past.
Cooper head coach Todd Moebes talks to David Robinett about his teams 5-game winning streak.
The Cooper Cougars continued to roll on Friday night with a 42-24 victory over the Tascosa Rebels. The running game led the way for the 3rd week in a row, but on Friday, the weather made that part of the offense even more important. Cooper rushed for over 330 yards and 6 touchdowns. Even when you know it's coming, the Cougars are hard to stop.
The Cooper Cougars hosting the Tascosa Rebels at Shotwell Stadium as the Cougars looked to pick up their fifth straight win.
The play of the defense has been improved over the last 2 weeks and the play of rover KV Hazlett is playing a role.
The Cougars offensive line continued to push opponents backwards again last week.
The Cooper Cougars stretched their winning streak to four with a victory over Midland High on Friday night.
The Cooper Cougars are back on the road this week and they are expecting to take their potent rushing attack with them to Midland tomorrow night.
For the first time since 1996 the Cooper Cougars defeated the Abilene High Eagle tennis team in district on Tuesday evening.
The Cooper Cougars are riding a three game winning streak after knocking off rival Abilene High on Friday night. BCH Sports Director David Robinett caught up with head coach Todd Moebes for this week's "Tuesday Conversation."
The Cooper Cougars are riding a big waive of momentum after three straight wins, and perhaps their most complete game of the season last Friday night against rival Abilene High.
The Abilene Lady Eagles and the Cooper Lady Cougars had their own version of the Crosstown Showdown, but this time it was on the volleyball court.
David Bacon interviews Coach Todd Moebes after the Crosstown Showdown.
David Bacon interviews Cooper Runningback, Trey Dye, after the Crosstown Showdown.
The Cooper Cougars avenged last year's last minute loss to rival Abilene High on Friday night with a 56-31 win at Shotwell Stadium.
The Abilene High Eagles and the Cooper Cougars meeting for the 53rd time Friday night.
The Cooper Cougars struggles have not been on the offensive side of the ball. The Cooper defense is giving up yards and points, but they are making big plays, too.
Friday night the Cooper Cougars picked up their first road win of the season against Odessa High, and enter this year's Crosstown Showdown with a 3-2 record.