Redhawks look to gain another win against the Reedy Lions

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Sarah Boutouis

Sophomore Ashton Schramek, prepares to kick the ball across the field. Both boy's and girl's teams take on the Reedy Lions 7pm with the girls at home, and the boys away at Reedy.

Remi Williams, Staff Reporter

The soccer teams are back in action Friday at 7 p.m. with both the boys’ and girls’ taking on the Reedy Lions

“They are a really beatable team,” freshman Mckenna Clerkin said. “We have beaten them once and we can do it again, some just need to do the same thing again.” 

Scoring their only District 9-5A win earlier this year against Reedy, the boys’ team is looking for another win. 

“It’s going to be a good game, we match up against them pretty well,” head coach Fred Kaiser said. “We beat them already this year so we have that going for us, so we just need to do it again.”