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

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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

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.”