Redhawks lose grip against Creekview

Catie Reeves , Sports Editor

In an attempt to add a win to their 0-1 record, football took on Carrollton Creekview on Thursday night, tying the game 14-14 with 10 minutes left in the 3rd quarter, but ultimately falling short 42-14, the team’s 13th straight loss.

“We came in with our heads held high,” senior Nicholas Poole said. “It was hard to see the team lose again but it just means we need to trust in our players and run our routes in practice.”

For junior quarterback Will Glatch, another loss will not conquer his spirit.

“I just want to improve the teams success on Friday nights by becoming more disciplined,” Glatch said. “We need to come together more as a team.”