Football season comes to an end

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Carter Brock

Waiting for the play to come in from the sideline, senior running back Kristopher Harris and the rest offense catch a quick break during the team's 49-21 loss to Wakeland on Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018 at the Ford Center at The Star.

Catie Reeves, Sports Editor

Running out of the tunnel and stepping foot on the field for the last time, Redhawk seniors played the Wakeland Wolverines at the Ford Center at The Star Thursday, bringing their 2018 season to an end.Coming into the game with an 0-9 record, the team hoped to walk away with their first win, but fell short losing 49-21.

“I felt like we did not play the way we wanted to play to end off the season,” junior Corbin Ridlehuber said. “We could have done a lot better than we did. The season as a whole has been a huge disappointment and not what any of the team expected.”

Despite an 0-10 season, senior quarterback Mitchell Miller is grateful for the opportunities he’s had this season and the memories made that will last a lifetime.

“The season didn’t go the way we wanted or expected it to,” Miller said. “I’m upset we didn’t win and that I couldn’t do more to win for my teammates and coaches. But I’m really proud to call my teammates my teammates because of all the hard work we put in and the effort we gave, and that we never gave up even though we never won.”