Volleyball defeats Princeton in first playoff game


Abby Passamore

The Redhawks take it to the court Friday for a District 9-5A volleyball game. The Redhawks look to lay their losing streak to rest and bring home a win.

Maddie Aronson, Managing Editor

With their undefeated district season setting the tone for a successful run at playoffs, the Redhawk volleyball team took down Princeton High School, with a 3-0 (25-16, 25-5, 25-10) victory at McKinney High School

“Before the game, there was a lot of tension on the team, mainly just because of nerves,” senior Jenna Wennas said. “We were all really looking for a strong win tonight and I’m glad we came out on top so that we can continue our season. We’ve got a lot more to go, and I am excited for our upcoming game this Thursday.”

Winning Monday’s match leaves the team hopeful for upcoming, and possibly tougher matches.

“I know we have a lot coming up for us in the future,” sophomore Lauryn Hill said. “There is some teams like Lovejoy that were really gearing up to play, but we are trying to stay focused on each game before that too.”