District’s top seed on the line against Hebron


Tracy Tran

Coppell sophomore forward Michelle Pak dribbles against Flower Mound at Buddy Echols Field on Feb. 11. The Cowgirls play Hebron tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at Buddy Echols Field.

Claire Clements, Executive Editorial Page Editor

Following a 4-1 win against Irving MacArthur on Friday, the Coppell girls soccer team plays Hebron tomorrow at Buddy Echols Field at 7:30 p.m. 

The Hawks (6-1-1) are coming off a 3-0 win against Irving Nimitz, and while the Hawks have a better District 6-6A record, the Cowgirls (5-2-1) have a higher overall number of wins, with 11 to Hebron’s eight. 

“These past couple games, we’ve been doing a lot better with goals and defeating [the opponents], which is good because it’s been getting the team together,” Coppell junior midfielder Shana Simpson said. 

Coppell’s last match against Hebron on Jan. 29 ended in a 1-1 tie.

“I’m really excited for our game against Hebron, we’ll beat them this time, hopefully, and see if we’ve improved so far,” Simpson said. 

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