Split results on soccers season kickoff

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Sarah Boutouis

Heading the ball, sophomore Jack Bryan stands strong as a Reedy soccer player dives underneath him. The girls’ side plays Heritage at home at 7 p.m. while the boys begin play at Heritage at 7:15 p.m.

Remi Williams, Sports Editor

Starting the District 9-5A season off, the Redhawk soccer teams split the results Tuesday night on the field, against Memorial High school.

Hosting the first home game of the season the girls’ team fell short to the Warriors 1-0.

“We wanted to win our first game,” head girls’ coach Kyle Beggs said. ‘But they were a good team we had them on our offensive half for most of the game and we just got unlucky with a free kick. But I’m really proud of how hard they worked, and if they play like that all season good things will happen.” 

On the other side of Frisco the boys team traveled to Memorial to defeat the Warriors 2-0.

“We are going to the playoffs this season,” senior Luke Berry said. “We are a whole different team then we were last year, with a whole different attitude.”