Redhawks aim to tame Lions

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Redhawks aim to tame Lions

Lining up along the court before the start of a recent game, the Redhawks take on Reedy Tuesday at 6:45 p.m. in the Nest.

Lining up along the court before the start of a recent game, the Redhawks take on Reedy Tuesday at 6:45 p.m. in the Nest.

Carter Brock

Lining up along the court before the start of a recent game, the Redhawks take on Reedy Tuesday at 6:45 p.m. in the Nest.

Carter Brock

Carter Brock

Lining up along the court before the start of a recent game, the Redhawks take on Reedy Tuesday at 6:45 p.m. in the Nest.

Kasey Harvey, Sports Editor

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In its last game before the playoffs begin, the Redhawks volleyball team takes on the first place team in District 13-5A, the undefeated Reedy Lions Tuesday night at home starting at 6:45 p.m.

“I’m really confident going in,” junior Ashley Pennington said. “I think it’s a really big game but I think we are all on the same page on what we want to accomplish and how we are going to do it and we’ve done a lot a drills that are assimilating as fast as the game is going to be. The pace of this game is a lot different from what we’ve played in the past so I’m feeling good.”

A lot is riding on this game as a win gets the team a second place finish in the district and a potentially easier matchup in the opening round of the playoffs.

“We’ll go Bi-District playoffs either versus The Colony or Lake Dallas depending on what happens,” head volleyball coach Ui Womble said. “If we don’t win we have to play Wakeland for a playing game to determine spot because it makes a difference whether you finish second or you finish third in district.”