Volleyball seeks second clean sheet win against Knights


Emily Vetvick

Senior Lauren Ransom sets the ball for her teammates to spike. The Redhawks take on Independence for the second time this season at 6:30 at the Nest.

Catie Reeves, Sports Editor

With only three District 9-5A games left, volleyball welcomes the Independence Knights to The Nest Tuesday at 6:30 p.m., with the team seeking to extend its 15 game winning streak.

“I expect Independence to be good competition for us tonight as they have been a good competitor before,” senior Alyssa Franklin said. “We are trying to work harder in practice then we have been before.”

The Redhawks are seeking to win in three as they did in late September the last time the teams faced.

“I’m expecting them to have strong hitters out on the pin,” sophomore Lauryn Hill said. “I’m hoping to see that we put up a strong block against some of their bigger hitters.”