Looking to continue their winning streak, soccer plays the Trail Blazers


Emily Vetvick

Sophomore Jack Bryan looks to make a pass. Both boys and girls teams face the Lebanon Trail Blazers with the girls at home and the boys away.

Remi Williams, Staff Reporter

Both soccer teams are looking to continue their winning streaks as they both take on Lebanon Trail with the girls’ team playing at home starting at 7 p.m. and the boys’ traveling to take on the Trail Blazers at 7:15 p.m. 

Looking to bounce back from a 2-1 loss to Lebanon Trail earlier this season, the Redhawks enter Friday’s game looking for a win. 

“I feel confident that we can compete and give them their second loss this season,” head coach Liz Mokler said. “I know it won’t come easy, but I’ve seen the spark our girls have and I just can’t help but believe in them.”

Near the bottom of the District 9-5A standings for the first half of the season, the boys’ team is slowly creeping towards the middle of the pack with a win against Lebanon Trail there for the taking according to head coach Fred Kaiser.

“They’re a pretty solid team, and we will be playing at Lebanon Trail so they’re used to their home field, but they’re a beatable team,” Kaiser said. “We tied them 0-0 last time. You have to bring your A game every single game. Otherwise, you know you can get hit by somebody so as long as we play hard we’ll be okay.”