Redhawks look to take flight in Sherman

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Redhawks look to take flight in Sherman

Lining up on the sideline during a practice, the football team runs drill on the turf field. The team takes on Lone Star Thursday at the Ford Center at The Star.

Lining up on the sideline during a practice, the football team runs drill on the turf field. The team takes on Lone Star Thursday at the Ford Center at The Star.

Carter Brock

Lining up on the sideline during a practice, the football team runs drill on the turf field. The team takes on Lone Star Thursday at the Ford Center at The Star.

Carter Brock

Carter Brock

Lining up on the sideline during a practice, the football team runs drill on the turf field. The team takes on Lone Star Thursday at the Ford Center at The Star.

Catie Reeves, Sports Editor

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Finishing off their non-district game portion of the season, the football team heads to Sherman to compete against the Bearcats tonight at 7p.m.

“Sherman is a really good ball club I think that they’re probably a lot like North Garland as far as talent wise,” head football coach Chris Burtch said. “They have a really good running back and they’re big, really big and physical. So I expect the same thing I expect every week from our kids. I expect us to go out there and play really hard, give great effort and hopefully the score board ends up on our side.”

With a 0-2 record the team hopes a win will launch them into their bye week on a good note.

“I think we are definitely prepared for what they will throw at us,” senior Ryan Coyne said. “I expect that we will play really well.”