Going for goals, Redhawks take on Frisco

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Sarah Boutouis

Junior Joquin Padron attempts to take the ball away from his opponent during a game. The boys’ side plays at Liberty at 7:15 p.m., while the girl’s side starts at Frisco at 7:00 p.m.

Remi Williams, Staff Reporter

Both soccer teams take on the Frisco Racoons Tuesday, with the girls’ team trying to bounce back from a 2-1 loss to Lebanon Trail Friday. 

“We’re just trying to fix what we can fix,” girls’ head coach Elizabeth Mokler said. “Our goal is to just practice harder and be better than the other team.”

Coming off a 0-0 tie with the Lebanon Trail Trail Blazers Friday at home, the boys’ team is hoping to score both goals, and a win. 

“We’ve been on our way up,” boys’ head coach Fred Kaiser said. “We got a couple of players that are out tonight because of injury or cards, but overall, you know Frisco is a pretty good school but we should be able to hold our own.”