Girls’ soccer holds win streak, while boys take another loss

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Girls’ soccer holds win streak, while boys take another loss

Passing the ball to her teammate, junior Summer Knox looks to keep their opponent at bay. Returning from their matchup with the Heritage Coyotes, girls' soccer take a win 4-0, and boys' take a loss 0-2.

Passing the ball to her teammate, junior Summer Knox looks to keep their opponent at bay. Returning from their matchup with the Heritage Coyotes, girls' soccer take a win 4-0, and boys' take a loss 0-2.

Passing the ball to her teammate, junior Summer Knox looks to keep their opponent at bay. Returning from their matchup with the Heritage Coyotes, girls' soccer take a win 4-0, and boys' take a loss 0-2.

Passing the ball to her teammate, junior Summer Knox looks to keep their opponent at bay. Returning from their matchup with the Heritage Coyotes, girls' soccer take a win 4-0, and boys' take a loss 0-2.

Catie Reeves, Sports Editor

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Taking on the Heritage Coyotes soccer teams on Tuesday, the Redhawks came away with a split as the girls’ team scored a win while the boys’ team came up short.  

The girls continued their strong offensive performance, winning 4-0, just a few days after beating Reedy 5-0. 

The team currently sits in third place in District 9-5A with a 3-1 record.

“I think the team performed very well and everyone was pushing to get us a win,” junior Kallin Brown said. “We’ve just been super confident against district teams, and have been able to find each others feet and string together passes.”

Coming off a win against Reedy, the boys’ team fell 2-0, moving their record to 1-3-0 in District 9-5A.

“I just did everything I could to help my team win the game,” senior John Keene said. “There is still a lot of season left to improve our field chemistry.”