Win over Warriors lands Redhawks in 5 way tie for first

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Win over Warriors lands Redhawks in 5 way tie for first

Playing the Warriors for the first time since Memorial High School opened in August, the Redhawks took the match 3-0 on Tuesday night. The win leaves the Redhawks with a 3-1 record in District 9-5A.

Playing the Warriors for the first time since Memorial High School opened in August, the Redhawks took the match 3-0 on Tuesday night. The win leaves the Redhawks with a 3-1 record in District 9-5A.

Remi Williams

Playing the Warriors for the first time since Memorial High School opened in August, the Redhawks took the match 3-0 on Tuesday night. The win leaves the Redhawks with a 3-1 record in District 9-5A.

Remi Williams

Remi Williams

Playing the Warriors for the first time since Memorial High School opened in August, the Redhawks took the match 3-0 on Tuesday night. The win leaves the Redhawks with a 3-1 record in District 9-5A.

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The newest Frisco ISD school was the latest loser as the Redhawks volleyball team swept the Memorial Warriors 3-0 Tuesday night at The Nest.

Since dropping its District 9-5A opener to state ranked Wakeland, the Redhawks have rattled off three straight district wins and is currently in a five way tie for first place along with Wakeland, Lebanon Trail, Reedy, and Frisco.

“I thought it went really well,” junior Emily Nickell said. “We played good cohesively as a team. We were all pretty positive and just worked really hard. We ended up winning in three. I think it’s going to give us a confidence boost and we’re gonna start playing better together.”