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October 26, 2023

Coppell victorious over Hebron, 3-0

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Coppell junior forward J McGill breaks past Hebron defense at Buddy Echols Field on Tuesday. The Cowboys beat the Hawks, 3-0.

With less than two minutes left of a match with multiple close shots, junior midfielder Caden Naef sealed the match with a final goal, solidifying the Coppell boys soccer team’s victory against Hebron.

On Tuesday night, Coppell defeated Hebron, 3-0 at Buddy Echols Field, making this their fifth win of the season. Their victory snapped a four-match winning streak by Hebron.

Coppell took the early lead when senior forward Nicholas Eppleman scored 15 minutes into the match. Senior midfielder Nathan Eppleman added a first half goal, ending the half at 2-0.

 After the ball went back and forth for the majority of the second half, Naef scored Coppell its third goal with 1:30 left, making the final score 3-0.

The team was ecstatic in their victory considering that Hebron entered in first place for District 6-6A.

“I knew that it was going to be a tough game so I was kind of nervous, but I was mainly excited that we got the chance to play them,” junior forward J McGill said.

Coppell coach Stephen Morris thinks the culmination of everything the team has practiced was showcased in Tuesday night’s victory.

“It takes enough games and enough time to really see the results we saw tonight,” Morris said. “Some of the connections, and strategies and organization really all combined to get where we got tonight.”

Coppell’s next game will be on Feb. 9  against Flower Mound.

 

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Anvita Bondada, Staff Writer
Anvita Bondada is a junior and a second year staff writer on The Sidekick. She runs a small business selling press-on nails, called Nails by Anvita. Although she grew up in hot, arid Texas her favorite type of weather is rain of all kinds. In her free time, she enjoys shopping for clothes, listening to musicians such as Taylor swift and Gracie Abrams, doing her nails in a variety of styles, and playing with her dog Birkin. She enjoys watching romantic comedies, her favorites are 10 Things I Hate About You, Lala Land, and Easy A. She’s travelled a lot and her favorite location so far has been Venice and she would like to go to Greece if she got the chance.  She speaks Telugu at home and would like to major in marketing.  Anvita loves writing for a variety of sections, including writing opinion columns, reviews on music albums, and feature stories. She would like to expand to movie reviews this year. Over her years of experience on The Sidekick, she has discovered new horizons for writing and design for communication and self expression.  It also gave her a way to connect with Coppell high school and its students.  The Sidekick challenged her to break out and talk to people outside of her social circles. You can contact her at [email protected], or @anvitabondada on Instagram.  
Kayla Nguyen, Executive Photography Editor
Kayla is a junior and the Executive Photography Editor for The Sidekick. She loves music and trying out new coffee shops with friends. Kayla loves taking photos and is especially a fan of sports photography. Outside of The Sidekick she loves running her digital camera instagram account (@kaylasdigicams) and going to work.

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