Non-district schedule ends with a win for volleyball

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Non-district schedule ends with a win for volleyball

The Redhawks get ready to spike the ball in a game against Grapevine. The Redhawks came out on top of Wakeland ahead of their game against Reedy on Tuesday.

The Redhawks get ready to spike the ball in a game against Grapevine. The Redhawks came out on top of Wakeland ahead of their game against Reedy on Tuesday.

Madeline Aronson

The Redhawks get ready to spike the ball in a game against Grapevine. The Redhawks came out on top of Wakeland ahead of their game against Reedy on Tuesday.

Madeline Aronson

Madeline Aronson

The Redhawks get ready to spike the ball in a game against Grapevine. The Redhawks came out on top of Wakeland ahead of their game against Reedy on Tuesday.

Maddie Aronson, Managing Editor

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Ending its non-district schedule Tuesday night against the Grapevine Mustangs, the volleyball team came home with a 3-1 win. 

“I thought it was really good, and Grapevine was really good competition to play right before district starts,” junior Sue Slater said. “They really showed us what we need to work on going into district on Friday, and we figured out what works and what doesn’t work, so that’ll help us in the long run.”

Head volleyball coach Ui Womble is excited for this win to set up for a successful season in District 9-5A play that begins Friday against Wakeland. 

“It was a good win, they’re a good team with big kids, had to get another one under our belts right before districts,” Womble said. “Hopefully the momentum will carry on into season, and a victory vs Wakeland.”