Two fields, two teams, two different results


Roy Nitzan

The softball team defeated the Frisco Raccoons with a 14-4 win. The baseball team lost 9-0 to the Lone Star Rangers.

Aaron Boehmer, Sports Editor

Avenging its previous loss to Frisco, the Redhawk softball team took down the Raccoons with a 14-4 win, and added a third win (3-13) to its District 9-5A record.

“The team has had some trouble with injuries but everyone played together last night,” junior Lauren Ransom said. “We are just trying to have fun. I think this game gave everyone a lot of confidence for our next game.”

It was a different result a field over, as the baseball team fell to the Lone Star Rangers 9-0.  

“It was a tough game, but a good learning experience for the younger players,” sophomore Owen Archer said. “It’s good to have our young guys get reps against another varsity team in order to prepare for next year.”

Despite not scoring for a total of 33 innings, Archer believes it is important for him and his teammates to stay focused and keep a positive outlook.

“Our energy was lacking and there was little momentum throughout the game,” Archer said. “We need to keep working and grinding during practices and working hard.”