Juan Guajardo Dallas Lutheran junior defensive back Josh Forester (18) tackles Colleyville Covenant senior quarterback Chase Stewart (7) after a run, Sept. 17, 2010 at Berkner Stadium in Richardson.
Juan Guajardo Colleyville Covenant senior quarterback Chase Stewart (7) runs toward the sideline after Dallas Lutheran's defense collapsed the pocket, Sept. 17, 2010 at Berkner Stadium in Richardson.
Courtesy photo Colleyville Covenant Christian's girls track team won its fifth straight TAPPS Class 3A state championship Saturday, May 9, 2009 in Waco. (Courtesy/Greg Scroggins)
Courtesy photo Colleyville Covenant's Allison Stallard scored both goals in a 2-0 win over Katy Pope John XXIII in the TAPPS Division II girls championship match Saturday, Feb. 21, 2009. (Michael Hyde/Courtesy)
Courtesy photo Colleyville Covenant players signing athletic scholarship offers on Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2009 are football player Andy Mitchell (Dordt College), soccer player Allison Stallard (Middle Tennessee State) and track athlete Zac Cordner (Dordt). (Courtesy/Kyla Kille)
Steve Hamm Colleyville Covenant Christian Academy's Miles O'Brien (58) shakes off a tackle by First Baptist's Brandon Harper (55) on Friday, Sept. 5, 2008 at the Saints Athletic Complex. First Baptist won, 55-46.
Courtesy photo Colleyville Covenant's boys and girls won TAPPS 3A state track titles Saturday, May 3, 2008 in Waco. Team members are Coach Jennifer Purdy (front row, from left), Emily Halpert, Sarah Auld, Allison Stallard, Rebecca Lex, Sarah Gotcher, Julia Stallard, Kourtney Squires, Jade Schappell, Allie Sherrill; (middle row) Patrick Zuege, Austin McCrary, Jared Crafton, Cameron Hutchison, Zac Cordner, Coach Dennis Harris, D.J. Welch, Travis Crafton, Jackson Taylor, Coach Shannon Crawford; (back row) Coach Greg Scoggins, Jeffrey Hyde, Jordan Cross, Thomas Purgett, Kaleb Squires, Matthew Peifer, Kyle Oostra, Seth Jackson, Nico Bourgeois, Alex Adams (Courtesy photo/Keith Squires)
Ricky Moon Colleyville Covenant Christian Academy senior Alex Adams quickly has become one of the nation's top high school discus throwers with a best of 209 feet, 8 1/2 inches, the nation's best in 2008.
Ricky Moon Colleyville Covenant Christian Academy senior Alex Adams threw the discus 209 feet, 8 1/2 inches in February, grabbing the top spot nationally among high school athletes in 2008.
Courtesy photo Colleyville Covenant seniors Alex Adams (left) and Jared Crafton were first and second in the shot put Saturday, Feb. 23, 2008 at the TC-Cedar Hill Tiger Relays. Adams won with a throw of 62 feet, 4 inches (Photo by Kristin Williams).
Courtesy photo Colleyville Covenant Christian Academy players who signed with Wheaton College on Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2008 are linebacker Caleb Cobb, wide receiver Austin McCrary and safety Justin McCrary (Photo by Kristin Williams).
Courtesy photo Colleyville Covenant Christian Academy senior Katelyn Kirkpatrick on May 1, 2007, signed to play basketball on scholarship for Southwestern Assemblies of God University in Waxahachie. Attending the signing with Katelyn are: (front row, from left) SAGU women's basketball coach Arlon Beadles and Katelyn Kirkpatrick; (back row, from left) CCCA girls basketball coach Ray DeBord, wife Diana DeBord, Director of Admissions Cindy Taylor and Athletics Director Steve Turner.
Courtesy photo Colleyville Covenant Christian Academy freshman Audrey Smith (left) wins the 100 at the TAPPS 3A state meet in 13.06 seconds while classmate Kourtney Squires finished second in 13.11. The two also teamed up to win gold in the 4x100 and 4x200 relays.
Courtesy photo The Covenant Christian Academy 2007 TAPPS 3A state champion track teams. The boys team won for the second year in a row, and the girls for a third straight year. (From left, front row) Emily Halpert, Jade Schappell, Kourtney Squires, Allison Stallard and Gabriela Fernandez; (second row) Audrey Smith, Julia Stallard, Sarah Gotcher, Jesse DiSalle and coach Jennifer Purdy; (third row) Patrick Zuege, Braden Frazier, Zachary Cordner, Evan Trenor, Cameron Hutchison, Alex Adams, coach Dennis Harris, Preston Keith, D.J. Welch and Jared Crafton; (back row) Coach Scott Smith, Derek Meadows, Adam Smith, Jeffrey Hyde, coach Greg Scoggins, Austin McCrary, Travis Armstrong and Drew Scoggins.
Courtesy photo Colleyville Covenant Christian Academy junior Jeffrey Hyde made a verbal commitment in February to play football at Texas A&M (Photo by Jeff Hyde).
Courtesy photo Former NFL quarterback Tommy Maddox (center) visited Colleyville Covenant Christian Academy girls basketball coach Ray DeBord (left) at a ceremony Monday, Feb. 12, for DeBord's retirement. At right is Diana DeBord, Ray's wife. Maddox played for DeBord, when he coached boys basketball at Hurst L.D. Bell. For more photos of the ceremonies, go to the Reader Submitted Photos portion of Covenant Christian Academy's site (Photo by Kristin Williams).
Courtesy photo Athletes coached by Colleyville Covenant Christian Academy basketball coach Ray DeBord, or coaches who worked with him turned out for a retirement ceremony Monday, Feb. 12. (Back row from left) Melvin Cooper, Ken Cooper, Brett Huckins, Ben Smith, Matt Wilson and Paul Weinhold. (Front row from left) Barbara Cooper, Diana and Ray De Bord, Amenemope McKinney and Tommy Maddox. Melvin and Ken Cooper coached with DeBord at L.D. Bell from 1970-1990, Barbara Cooper is the wife. Brett Huckins, Ben Smith, Matt Wilson, Paul Weinhold and Amenemope McKinney are all Covenant Christian Academy (CCA) graduates who were coached by DeBord. Maddox was coached by DeBord from 88-90 at L.D. Bell.
Ricky Moon Colleyville Covenant Christian Academy junior wide receiver Houston Tuminello is the area's leading private school receiver with 93 catches for 1,945 yards and 19 touchdowns. His team plays for the TAPPS Division IV championship against Halletsville Sacred Heart on Saturday, Dec. 2, in Temple.
Ricky Moon Colleyville Covenant Christian Academy's Braden Frazier (left) tries to break a tackle by Dallas First Baptist junior Justin Day during their game Saturday, Oct. 7.
Nathan Hunsinger Colleyville Covenant Christian's Clayton Skinner (left) runs away from two TC-Cedar Hill defenders in a game from the 2005 season.
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