Crushing Centennial, Redhawk volleyball sustains win streak


Abby Passmore

Senior Emily Nickell digs up the ball in hopes of scoring a kill. In their season so far, the team has consistently won games, and aims to continue this streak for the rest of the season.

Catie Reeves, Sports Editor

It was another titanic win for volleyball after a 3-1 victory versus Centennial brought the team’s undefeated record to 12-0 in District 9-5A.

“I thought that we played really well the first two games started off strong took a little break the third game and finished really strong in the fourth,” head coach Ui Womble said. “I think we continue on our path to district championships I think that we continue to find challenges through matches which will keep us working hard through the season.”

After a solid start winning sets one and two 25-17 and 25-15, the Redhawks lost their grip during the third as they fell 23-25. However, the team bounced back claiming the fourth set 25-17. 

“We started off really strong in the first two sets and then the third set we lost but that’s okay because in the fourth set we rebounded and we did a lot better,” sophomore Tanner Hanson said. “I’m just really happy that we came through with another win and we’re still undefeated. I hope we stay undefeated and we’re doing pretty good this season and hopefully we beat lovejoy in districts.”