Volleyball seeks straight set win against Titans

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Volleyball seeks straight set win against Titans

Redhawk volleyball players break out of a huddle at a home game. The team aims to keep their undefeated streak alive against the Titans at 6:30 p.m. at the Nest.

Redhawk volleyball players break out of a huddle at a home game. The team aims to keep their undefeated streak alive against the Titans at 6:30 p.m. at the Nest.

Abby Passmore

Redhawk volleyball players break out of a huddle at a home game. The team aims to keep their undefeated streak alive against the Titans at 6:30 p.m. at the Nest.

Abby Passmore

Abby Passmore

Redhawk volleyball players break out of a huddle at a home game. The team aims to keep their undefeated streak alive against the Titans at 6:30 p.m. at the Nest.

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Setting their sites on a 12th straight win in District 9-5A, the Redhawks volleyball team takes on the Centennial Titans Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at Centennial.  

“I’m super excited, and feel very confident that were going to win,” junior Emma Varela said. “I have a great feeling about our chances and continuing our undefeated streak.”

In their first game against the Titans, the team came out with the win (3-1), but each set was close in score. 

“I’m hoping to make it a better game than it was last time,” Varela said. “It will just show other teams that were not going to give up, for the rest of the season, but they will be an interesting challenge for us and I hope we pull through.”