Football falls to Titans in season’s closest game


Brian Higgins

It was a Pink Out game for the Redhawks as they hosted the Centennial Titans on Friday, Oct. 11, 2019 at the Ford Center at The Star. The Redhawks and Titans both entered the game without a win and after a close first half, it was the Titans that walked away with the 41-28 win.

Catie Reeves, Sports Editor

In an anticipated rivalry match up, football took on the Centennial Titans on Friday at The Ford Center in DIstrict 5-5A play.

The chance to end the team’s 17 game losing streak seemed promising as the Redhawks jumped out to a 7-0 lead, were tied at 21 at halftime, and outgained the Titans 391 yard to 380, but Centennial did just enough to claim the 41-28 win. 

“We need to focus on having more trust with our team and one another which is surely coming,” junior Will Glatch said. “Our whole team gives great effort day in and day out and on every single play and we are starting to play more as a whole.”