5 for 5, volleyball wins its 5th straight

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5 for 5, volleyball wins its 5th straight

Senior Isabella Rodriguez and senior Ashley Pennington volley the ball at practice on Monday gearing up for their soon to be win against Frisco High School on Tuesday.

Senior Isabella Rodriguez and senior Ashley Pennington volley the ball at practice on Monday gearing up for their soon to be win against Frisco High School on Tuesday.

Kasey Harvey

Senior Isabella Rodriguez and senior Ashley Pennington volley the ball at practice on Monday gearing up for their soon to be win against Frisco High School on Tuesday.

Kasey Harvey

Kasey Harvey

Senior Isabella Rodriguez and senior Ashley Pennington volley the ball at practice on Monday gearing up for their soon to be win against Frisco High School on Tuesday.

Catie Reeves, Sports Editor

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Entering Tuesday’s District 9-5A volleyball game, the Redhawks and Frisco High School were part of a four-way tie for first. Not anymore as the Redhawks swept the Raccoons 3-0 (25-16, 25-16, 25-16) adding another victory to their 5-1 district record.

“I was really proud of all the girls,” senior setter Ashley Pennington said. “I thought we were in control of the momentum the whole time and we were really consistent through the game.”

The victory has left the team in a three way tie alongside Lebanon Trail and Reedy.

“I think we played really well even though some of our players are out for injuries,” sophomore Sue Slater said. “We played well together and it was a good win to get us moving into districts.”