Redhawks lose to Braswell in season opener


Roy Nitzan

Waiting for the umpire to clean the plate, the Redhawks prepare to bat at the bottom of the inning.

Catie Reeves, Sports Editor

Running to home, softball squared off on Tuesday against Braswell.

The Redhawks were determined for a win, but fell 15-5 against the Bengals.

“This game really opened our eyes to what we need to work and what we have already improved on,” sophomore Maegan Shannon said. “It really showed us that we are getting better through our hard work but still have room to grow. I was really proud to see us communicate well and for us to keep getting runs throughout the game.”