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Cowgirls shoot and miss in tight 4-3 loss towards Flower Mound

“Once I say Cowgirls, you say combat!” A younger lady chanted within the stands because the Coppell women soccer crew confronted Flower Mound on Friday for youth night time at Buddy Echols Area. 

Flower Mound gained, 4-3, over the Cowgirls.

Coming into the match, the Cowgirls knew they must play effectively towards Flower Mound, a present high 5 crew within the state.

“We knew it was going to be a troublesome battle,” Coppell coach Craig Ready mentioned. “We knew that they have been bodily sturdy, and we knew it was going to be a troublesome sport.”

Freshman midfielder Emeline Holder defends towards Flower Mound’s Lila Dukes on Friday at Buddy Echols Area. Flower Mound defeated Coppell, 4-3. (Sydney Araujo)

The Cowgirls trailed the Jaguars, with the groups spending majority of the sport face to face. Scoring one aim after the following. The vitality within the crowd grew to become tense as Coppell fell behind within the second half after a aim from Flower Mound junior Lucy Stenning introduced the rating to 3-1.

With 28 minutes left within the sport, Coppell answered with a aim from sophomore midfielder Rachel Mathew. Within the closing minutes of the match, Coppell scored its third aim in an effort to tie the sport, however within the closing minutes of the sport Flower Mound struck again with a closing aim from Ally Pinto.

“All three targets have been very nice targets. We labored loads on set items and corners this week, so with the ability to create targets, scoring alternatives off that was very nice. I’m happy with the women for that,” Ready mentioned.

Though they misplaced the match, Coppell completed sturdy and had good management over the sector.

“I felt like we had a superb shot and we performed actually exhausting,” freshman midfielder Emeline Holder mentioned. “We have been collectively each step of the way in which and we competed your complete time.”

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