Volleyball looks to solidify playoff position

Football goes for first district win

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Volleyball looks to solidify playoff position

Finishing in 2nd place in District 13-5A, the volleyball team faces off against the 3rd place team in District 14-5A, the Lake Dallas Falcons, in a bi-district opening round playoff game Monday at Carrollton Creekview starting at 7 p.m.

Finishing in 2nd place in District 13-5A, the volleyball team faces off against the 3rd place team in District 14-5A, the Lake Dallas Falcons, in a bi-district opening round playoff game Monday at Carrollton Creekview starting at 7 p.m.

Carter Brock

Finishing in 2nd place in District 13-5A, the volleyball team faces off against the 3rd place team in District 14-5A, the Lake Dallas Falcons, in a bi-district opening round playoff game Monday at Carrollton Creekview starting at 7 p.m.

Carter Brock

Carter Brock

Finishing in 2nd place in District 13-5A, the volleyball team faces off against the 3rd place team in District 14-5A, the Lake Dallas Falcons, in a bi-district opening round playoff game Monday at Carrollton Creekview starting at 7 p.m.

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Volleyball continues in its second round of District 13-5A play Friday night taking on Independence at Independence at 5:30 p.m.

“I’m just very confident in our skills and ability,” sophomore Jenna Wenaas said. “Obviously we need to take Independence seriously, I’m just not that worried about it. We just need to keep winning to get 2nd place in districts to get a better spot in playoffs. We’ve been working on our defense a lot and our offense because they’re a very scrappy team. I’m expecting them to play really well because I think they really want to beat us but I’m expecting us to win. I think winning against Wakeland really boosted our confidence.”

Meanwhile, football goes up for its first win in District 13-5A when it takes on the first place Lone Star Rangers Friday night at The Star at 7:00 p.m.

“There is a lot we need to improve on,” head football coach Chris Burtch said. “We need to be much more consistent offensively. Offensive line and offensive front has got to do a better job of sustaining blocks and allowing our running backs and quarterbacks to have some time back there. So I think offensively that is going to be the biggest deal and just overall execution of getting game plan done. Defensively we got to improve our pass rush pass defense. We are giving up way too many passing yards. We’ve got to put a little pressure on the quarterbacks. Moving forward we’ve got areas to improve everywhere.”