Redhawks seek to prey on Coyotes

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Redhawks seek to prey on Coyotes

Boys' basketball put up a fight against the Kimball Knights on Friday losing 65-57. This marked the end of the boys' 2018-19 season.

Boys' basketball put up a fight against the Kimball Knights on Friday losing 65-57. This marked the end of the boys' 2018-19 season.

Amelia Jauregui

Boys' basketball put up a fight against the Kimball Knights on Friday losing 65-57. This marked the end of the boys' 2018-19 season.

Amelia Jauregui

Amelia Jauregui

Boys' basketball put up a fight against the Kimball Knights on Friday losing 65-57. This marked the end of the boys' 2018-19 season.

Catie Reeves, Sports Editor

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Coming back from a successful night on Tuesday with a sweep of Lebanon Trail, the boys’ and girls’ basketball teams are going into Friday night’s game with confidence. Both teams are travelling to Heritage to take on the Coyotes, with girls playing at 6:00 p.m. and boys taking the court at 7:15 p.m.

“Coming off the win from Lebanon Trail we have to make sure that we don’t get too confident,” junior Micaiah Abi said. “We need to take this team seriously.”

For the girls’ team, they are fighting to keep their second place standing in District 9-5A right behind Lone Star.

“It’s important to keep our spot in district,” senior Mara Casey said. “As long as we keep winning, we’ll keep our first second place spot in the district rankings.”