Girls’ basketball tips off the season in annual tournament

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Girls’ basketball tips off the season in annual tournament

Kicking off their season, girls' basketball is in full swing as they competed in the annual Mavericks Frisco ISD Tip-Off Classic Thursday through Saturday. Holding their own, Redhawks finished 3-2 and placed fourth.

Kicking off their season, girls' basketball is in full swing as they competed in the annual Mavericks Frisco ISD Tip-Off Classic Thursday through Saturday. Holding their own, Redhawks finished 3-2 and placed fourth.

Alyssa Murphy

Kicking off their season, girls' basketball is in full swing as they competed in the annual Mavericks Frisco ISD Tip-Off Classic Thursday through Saturday. Holding their own, Redhawks finished 3-2 and placed fourth.

Alyssa Murphy

Alyssa Murphy

Kicking off their season, girls' basketball is in full swing as they competed in the annual Mavericks Frisco ISD Tip-Off Classic Thursday through Saturday. Holding their own, Redhawks finished 3-2 and placed fourth.

Catie Reeves, Sports Editor

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Girls’ basketball competed in the Mavericks Frisco ISD Tip-Off Classic over the weekend with the Redhawks going 3-2 in the tournament, finishing in fourth place.

“I feel like we played together and even though we lost I think we played best in the game against Martin,” junior Kayla Pernis said. “Even though they were probably more athletic than us, we were able to frustrate them and keep the game close.”

On Thursday the team played Denton Ryan winning 41-13. The Redhawks followed that up on Friday with wins over Poteet and Wylie before falling to Arlington Martin and The Village on Saturday.

“I was very proud of our team being able to play together and figure each other out,” sophomore Ashley Anderson said. “It was our first few games playing together and it was just good to see the team come together and play as a unit. I think we played our best against Denton Ryan because we had great team defense and forced a lot of turnovers. On top of that we knocked down shots and made smart decisions on offense.”