Redhawks take care of business against Lone Star


Amelia Jauregui

Tennis is seeking out their second win of the season in their next competition against the Heritage Coyotes. The team is coming off of a 10-9 win and hopes to widen the gap between scores in their next match.

Catie Reeves , Sports Editor

Tennis dispatched the Lone Star Rangers in quick fashion Tuesday as the Redhawks walked away with the 17-2 home win.

“I was really happy to see how our energy as a team translated to a win,” junior Tyler Brown said. “This win was different than others because we cheered and hyped up our teammates to come out on top.”

Sitting with a 6-2 record in District 9-5A play with just three more district games until area, senior Sarvesh Ram was pleased to see his teammates persistence in every match.

“I think we all played really well,” Ram said. “We were more mentally tough, and I was proud to see the team chemistry because we all cheered for eachother even after our individual matches were complete.”