Cowboys looking for revenge against Jesuit

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Cowboys looking for revenge against Jesuit

Coppell High School junior wide receiver Blake Jackson looks to run the ball after a pass from senior quarterback Brady McBride during the game against Allen Eagles at Allen Stadium. The Coppell Cowboys fell short to the  Allen Eagles 35-23.

Coppell High School junior wide receiver Blake Jackson looks to run the ball after a pass from senior quarterback Brady McBride during the game against Allen Eagles at Allen Stadium. The Coppell Cowboys fell short to the Allen Eagles 35-23.

Aubrey Phillips

Coppell High School junior wide receiver Blake Jackson looks to run the ball after a pass from senior quarterback Brady McBride during the game against Allen Eagles at Allen Stadium. The Coppell Cowboys fell short to the Allen Eagles 35-23.

Aubrey Phillips

Aubrey Phillips

Coppell High School junior wide receiver Blake Jackson looks to run the ball after a pass from senior quarterback Brady McBride during the game against Allen Eagles at Allen Stadium. The Coppell Cowboys fell short to the Allen Eagles 35-23.

Arman Merchant, Staff Writer

After a disappointing loss against Jesuit last year, the Coppell Cowboys varsity football team is looking for revenge in a home game matchup.

 

The Cowboys (2-1) host the Jesuit Rangers (0-3) tonight at 7:30 p.m. at Buddy Echols Field.

 

Jesuit may be winless but it has faced state ranked teams through the first three games, Desoto, Plano East and Lake Travis. Jesuit defeated the Cowboys, 41-10, a year ago in Dallas. Coming off a loss against state-ranked Allen, the Cowboys are looking to get back on track in the District 9-6A opener.

 

Coppell coach Mike DeWitt thinks his team is ready for the challenge as district play begins.

 

“We took a loss against Allen, but we have to be optimistic and move on as a team,” DeWitt said.

 

Tickets are available for presale for $4 for students and $6 for adults at the CHS fieldhouse. All tickets at stadium are $8.

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