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Cowgirls hope to continue winning streak against Lewisville

Coppell senior forward Alyssa Roemer keeps possession against Irving MacArthur on Jan. 24 at Buddy Echols Field. The Cowgirls face Lewisville tomorrow at 7:30 at Buddy Echols Field.

Nanette Pottoore, Staff Writer

February 27, 2020

The Coppell girls soccer team plays Lewisville tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at Buddy Echols Field.  The Cowgirls defeated Lewisville, 2-0, on Jan. 31.  “During this second half of season when we have played every team once, we now know how to best set up our game plan to exploit their weaknesses the ...

Primed for action: Cowboys strap up for a new season

Coppell High School seniors Blake Bartlett, and Jacob Vasquez scrimmage against each other during practice before school on Buddy Echols Field on Dec. 17. The Cowboys soccer teams first game is Dec. 28th against Sam Houston at Buddy Echols Field at 2:00pm

Akif Abidi, Staff Writer

December 18, 2018

The Coppell boys soccer team has had an eventful past couple of years, with both ups and downs. However now equipped with a new generation of players, the team is once again aiming their sights for state.   After winning the prestigious Class 5A in the 2016 season, the Coppell boys soccer t...

Cowboys walk off with defeat by Pearce

Coppell senior Josh Strong chases down a loose ball against a J.J. Pearce player on Tuesday night at Buddy Echols Field. The Cowboys lost to the Mustangs, 1-0, on Tuesday night.

Akif Abidi, Staff Writer

February 28, 2018

    The much-anticipated match between the District 9-6A boys soccer leaders - Coppell and the Pearce -  provided an action-packed show from the very start right to the dying seconds but ended with a disappointing 1-0 loss for the Cowboys on Tuesday at Buddy Echols Field.   &...

Skyline no match for district leading Cowgirls

Akif Abidi, Staff Writer

February 19, 2018

  The District 9-6A leading Coppell girls soccer team had no trouble on Friday night at Buddy Echols Field as it cruised to a 6-0 victory over Skyline, adding another match to the Cowgirls’ undefeated streak.   A great combination of smart choices and long balls from the def...

Eyes on the prize: Cowgirls kick off district with an impressive win against Mustangs

The Cowgirls kickoff against the Lady Mustangs on Feb. 2 Buddy Echols Field. The Cowgirls defeated Pearce 5-1 with strong offensive plays from their midfield.

Akif Abidi, Staff Writer

February 6, 2018

With a solid 5-1 win against the Pearce Mustangs, the Coppell girls soccer team could not have imagined a better start in District 9-6A. A combination of chemistry, great passing, solid defense and well-placed shots in the 4-3-3 formation from the Cowgirls gave them the win that they deserved at Buddy...

High Priest: sophomore’s two goals, stout defense boosts team to regional final

Sophomore forward Wyatt Priest strikes the ball in the second half of the Cowboys' 3-0 victory over El Paso Socorro on Friday, April 8. Priest scored his third and fourth goal of the playoffs to boost the Cowboys over the Bulldogs.

Marcus Krum, Sports Editor

April 8, 2016

In a game that was tied until midway through the second half, the Cowboys soccer team (21-0-2) stayed true to their game thus far in the playoffs: play incredible defense and score with sophomore forward Wyatt Priest, as they defeat El Paso Socorro (14-10-0) 3-0 to move on to the 6A Region 1 final. ...

Grimmer, defense hold strong as Taylor leads attack to lift team to regional tournament berth

Coppell High School senior and midfielder Scott Simigian attempts to steal the ball from a McKinney Boyd forward as the second half of Tuesday night's game begins. The Coppell Cowboys ended the night with a 4-1 victory over the McKinney Boyd Broncos at the Frisco Memorial Stadium.

Marcus Krum, Sports Editor

April 6, 2016

FRISCO- For much of the season, junior forward Nick Taylor and the Cowboys’ high-powered attack has stolen the show, piling on goals in Coppell’s 20 wins. But on Tuesday night, facing McKinney Boyd in the Class 6A Region 1 quarterfinals, it was the defense that shined. Led by senior defender ...

In physical matchup, Taylor & Cowboys prevail to advance

Marcus Krum, Sports Editor

March 26, 2016

After being tackled from behind in the box with 13 minutes left to play, junior attacker Nick Taylor lined the ball up on the penalty mark. Down 2-1 in the bi-district round of playoffs, the Cowboys (18-0-2 overall, 12-0-0 District 7-6A) needed a goal to stay alive in a season full of hopes of a dee...

Taylor records yet another hat trick in rout of Richland

Junior forward Nick Taylor attempts to dribble past the Richland defense in the Cowboys' 9-0 victory at Buddy Echols field. Taylor had three goals in the first 18 minutes to lead the Cowboys to a win.

Marcus Krum, Sports Editor

March 2, 2016

A mere 18 minutes into the match, Coppell junior forward Nick Taylor dribbled past the entire Richland defense, reared back, and struck the ball into the back of the net, a sight that has become routine for the Cowboy attack. In this goal, Taylor recorded his fourth hat trick of the season and gave...

The game that got away: Cowboys lose OT heartbreaker

Senior guard Josh Fink brings the ball up the court in the Cowboys' 72-61 loss to Duncanviille. Fink had a team-high 20 points in the game.

Marcus Krum, Sports Editor

February 25, 2016

ARLINGTON - In a gut-wrenching turn of events as the clock wound down in regulation, a buzzer-beating layup to win did not get the roll, and after Coppell simply could not keep up in overtime, Duncanville pulled out the 72-61 Class 6A bi-district victory over the Cowboys at Arlington High School. Wi...

Traw helps keep Cowboys on the attack in blowout win over rival

Traw helps keep Cowboys on the attack in blowout win over rival

Marcus Krum, Sports Editor

January 31, 2016

Coppell senior forward Tanner Traw, for the second time on Friday night, ran back towards his celebrating teammates, arms outstretched, a smile on his face and the ball in the back of the net. For the fourth time that game (and the second time for Traw), the Cowboys offense had capitalized on one ...