Girls basketball heads north for start of district play

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Alyssa Murphy

Girls' basketball begins a two game winning streak after shutting down the Coyotes 54-18 on Friday. Their win will carry them over into Tuesday's game against Frisco at Frisco with tip off at 6:00 p.m. “What we’ve done is looked at the previous games film for us and see where we can get better and things that we like to do,” head coach Ross Reedy said.

Luke Martin, Jake Harvey

The girls’ basketball team looks to start District 9-5A play with a 2-0 record as they travel to take on the Heritage Coyotes Friday at 6:30 p.m.. 

Head coach Ross Reedy feels the team is well prepared as the Redhawks go for their second straight district win. 

“What we’ve done is looked at the previous games film for us and see where we can get better and things that we like to do,” Reedy said. “Of course we’ve scouted and got film from Heritage so that we can get in to our game plan. We used Wednesday after our first game to get better and used Thursday to get shots up and start preparing for Heritage and look over some of the things we looked at.”

Playing a slew of 6A powers such as DeSoto and Duncanville in non-district play, sophomore  Jazzy Owens thinks the competitive start to the season will help the team’s performance in district play.

“Playing 6A teams is more tough competition,” Owens said. “[It’s] a lot different than when we play 5A teams because it’s a little easier for us and we just play more together and we’re more sound just because of our experience with higher competition.”