Loss doesn’t spell disaster for Coppell football

By Chris Reagan

Staff Writer

Losing is always a tough pill to swallow, especially when it comes to Coppell Football. It hurts the players, students and even the teachers.

But it dawned on me as I was driving home from the game that many of the younger students of CHS haven’t had to deal with this feeling too often. Coppell has come a long way from the yearly losing records in the 90’s.

Losing is something that just happens and it takes a true fan to stand by their team and still say we believe in them.

To fans; don’t get discouraged by the loss. Coppell has played 5 games this season and every one of them has showed improvement as new players to the team get settled in.

To players; hold you head high and look towards fixing your mistakes. Be proud of what you have accomplished and remember one loss means nothing until playoffs start.

Each week is a learning experience and I see a lot of potential in this team. If these young players keep progressing the way the have I can’t wait until I get to watch these guys play as seniors.