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Baby powder makes it’s way back into the stands

Coppell High School varsity football players kneel while Coppell player Skyler Siedman is injured on the field during Friday night’s game. Allen claimed a victory over Coppell with a final score of 42-20 at Buddy Echols Field.

Coppell High School varsity football players kneel while Coppell player Skyler Siedman is injured on the field during Friday night’s game. Allen claimed a victory over Coppell with a final score of 42-20 at Buddy Echols Field.

Megan Winkle

Coppell High School varsity football players kneel while Coppell player Skyler Siedman is injured on the field during Friday night’s game. Allen claimed a victory over Coppell with a final score of 42-20 at Buddy Echols Field.

Megan Winkle

Megan Winkle

Coppell High School varsity football players kneel while Coppell player Skyler Siedman is injured on the field during Friday night’s game. Allen claimed a victory over Coppell with a final score of 42-20 at Buddy Echols Field.

Baby powder makes it’s way back into the stands

September 11, 2016

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