Girls’ soccer scores game winner, while the boys fall to the Wolverines


Looking to score, junior Summer Knox aims to keep control of the ball in their match with the Wakeland Wolverines. Ending the night with split results, boys look to recover from a 4-1 loss, while girls aim to keep their win streak alive through the upcoming season.

Catie Reeves, Sports Editor

It was a big night for both soccer teams on Tuesday after coming off of a rescheduled game due to weather. The team faced the Wakeland Wolverines notorious for their 2018 State Championship title for both boys’ and girls with the Redhawks getting a win-loss split on the night.

For the girls’ team, a late goal put the Redhawks ahead, giving the team a 3-2 win.

“I was so proud to see our team’s determination and high energy throughout the whole game,” junior Ally White said. “We fought and won every battle on the field which helped us toward a great result. As the season goes by, I hope to continue developing a strong team bond. chemistry within a program is critical if we want to have success, and I know our ultimate goal this year is to reach playoffs.”

Things didn’t go as well for the boys’ team as the Wolverines scored a 4-1 win. 

“I’m happy with how we played as a team instead of a bunch of individuals,” senior John Keene said. “We showed strength and willpower to fight hard against one of the best teams in the state. I hope we can take this momentum into upcoming games and keep our level of play at a high level so we can get some wins.”