Cowboys look to ride past Blue Raiders

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Cowboys look to ride past Blue Raiders

Coppell Cowboys senior Jonathan McGill defenses the ball against Sachse Mustangs during the fourth quarter on Aug.31 at Buddy Echols Field.  The Coppell Cowboys defeated Sachse Mustangs 30 - 28.

Coppell Cowboys senior Jonathan McGill defenses the ball against Sachse Mustangs during the fourth quarter on Aug.31 at Buddy Echols Field. The Coppell Cowboys defeated Sachse Mustangs 30 - 28.

Bren Flechtner

Coppell Cowboys senior Jonathan McGill defenses the ball against Sachse Mustangs during the fourth quarter on Aug.31 at Buddy Echols Field. The Coppell Cowboys defeated Sachse Mustangs 30 - 28.

Bren Flechtner

Bren Flechtner

Coppell Cowboys senior Jonathan McGill defenses the ball against Sachse Mustangs during the fourth quarter on Aug.31 at Buddy Echols Field. The Coppell Cowboys defeated Sachse Mustangs 30 - 28.

Arman Merchant, Staff Writer

The Coppell football team rides into tonight’s game off a game-winning field goal by senior kicker Caden Davis.

 

The Cowboys (1-0) will kick off their first road game tonight at 7 p.m. against the L.D. Bell Blue Raiders (0-1) at HEB Pennington Field.

 

Led by junior quarterback Drew Cerniglia, senior running back Ryan Hirt and senior wide receiver Jonathan McGill, the Cowboys’ offense looks to keep the momentum from last week’s win over Sachse.

 

With a defensive starting line being juniors and seniors, the Cowboys have had time to grow as a team, increasing their chances of success moving forward.

 

“The boys are getting better at protecting the play caller and building chemistry with a younger offense,” Coppell coach Mike Dewitt said.

 

Pregame tickets are available in the fieldhouse for $4 for students and $6 for adults. Tickets can also be purchased at the gate for $10.

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