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October 26, 2023

Late first-half goal by Stone puts Cowboys on top of match

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Coppell players celebrate after Coppell senior forward Samuel Stone scores its only goal in the game with 42 seconds left in the first half at Buddy Echols Field on Friday. Coppell defeated Lewisville, 1-0, tieing them with Hebron for second place in District 6-6A.

Friday night, the Coppell boys soccer team defeated Lewisville, 1-0, at Buddy Echols Field. 

With 42 seconds left in the first half, Coppell senior forward Sam Stone scored off an assist from junior forward Luis mendez. 

“Once we get to a 1-0 score, it is about maintaining the control of the game,” Stone said. “Because I’m not going to hunt for goals, I’m not going for statistics, because it’s about a win at the end of the day.”

When the Cowboys got the ball to their forwards, Stone, Mendez, junior forward J McGill and senior forward Gareth Meza Murillo weaved their way through the Lewisville defense and kept the ball on the Farmers’ side of the field for minutes at a time.

As a forward, I’m looking to score goals or looking for other people to score goals,” McGill said. “So every time I receive the ball, I’m always looking to go forward, whether it’s to dribble myself or pass it on to someone else for them to score.

The Cowboys are now 6-2-1 in District 6-6A.

The Cowboys play at Flower Mound Marcus on Tuesday. 

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Ainsley Dwyer, Entertainment Editor
Ainsley Dwyer is a junior and the entertainment editor of The Sidekick. In her free time, Ainsley enjoys theater, enjoys singing, playing the guitar and binge watching TV shows and her favorite movies, Dead Poets Society, Almost Famous, Scream, Maurice and more. She is typically found listening to Taylor Swift, The Beatles, The Mamas & Papas, The Doors, Elvis Presley, Fleetwood Mac, Amy Winehouse, Deftones, Coldplay and Evanescence. She’s born and raised in Coppell. Both her parents and families are from Colorado, and she frequently visits them every year. She plans to attend the University of Missouri to double major in history and journalism. Ainsley has two dogs named Blue and Rouey who are part lab and part pointer. Her favorite place she’s traveled to is New York and would love to live there when she's older. She also dreams of traveling across Europe. Ainsley is a big soccer fan, and her favorite player is Luka Modrić so she loves to root for Real Madrid and Croatia’s National Team. Ainsley also has a deep fascination with pop culture from the 2000s as well as pop culture from the 1960s and 70s. You can contact her on 'X'  (@ainsleydwyer).
Wendy Le, Podcast Producer
Wendy Le is a junior and the podcast producer of The Sidekick. Through The Sidekick, she found her passion in photography and podcasting. In her free time, she enjoys scrolling through Pinterest, capturing mundane moments on camera and spending time with her friends and family.  Born in Hanoi, Vietnam, she moved to the United States as an 8-year-old. Le’s childhood consisted of traveling around the world, more specifically, different parts of Asia. Constantly on the move, she finally settled down in Coppell, TX in the seventh grade, where she met some of her closest friends. When feeling burnt out, Le recharges her social battery by sitting in her bed and relaxing throughout the day. Listening to Lana Del Ray, specifically her Lust for Life album, helps bring a sense of peacefulness to her day. You can contact her at [email protected].

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