Early deficit too much for Redhawks to overcome

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Early deficit too much for Redhawks to overcome

Hitting the road to take on N. Garland, the Redhawks football team started slow and trailed 28-10 at the half. But outscoring the Raiders 14-10 in the second half wasn't enough as the Redhawks lost 38-24.

Hitting the road to take on N. Garland, the Redhawks football team started slow and trailed 28-10 at the half. But outscoring the Raiders 14-10 in the second half wasn't enough as the Redhawks lost 38-24.

Roy Nitzan

Hitting the road to take on N. Garland, the Redhawks football team started slow and trailed 28-10 at the half. But outscoring the Raiders 14-10 in the second half wasn't enough as the Redhawks lost 38-24.

Roy Nitzan

Roy Nitzan

Hitting the road to take on N. Garland, the Redhawks football team started slow and trailed 28-10 at the half. But outscoring the Raiders 14-10 in the second half wasn't enough as the Redhawks lost 38-24.

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The lights of Friday night cast a shadow on the Redhawks 2018 season opener. Traveling to Williams Stadium in Garland, the team faced off against North Garland.

The Raiders jumped out to a big lead early, leading the Redhawks 28-7 at the end of the first quarter. Things got better in the second half as the Redhawks outscored the Raiders 14-10 but it wasn’t enough as North Garland grabbed the 38-24 win.

“The game was alright,” junior Keavon Wright said. “We didn’t do as good as we thought we would. They were a better team than we thought they would be. We underestimated them.”