Girls’ basketball moves to third place


Amelia Jáuregui

After a 36-22 win against Wakeland, the girls record is now 12-3. This placing them in third place in District 9-5A.

Harley Classe, Assistant Sports Editor

The girls’ basketball team took flight once again as the Redhawks scored a 36-22 win over the Wakeland Wolverines to improve its District 9-5A record to 12-3, leaving the team in third place.

But even though the team won, senior Maya Jain feels they could have played better.

“I felt like we fouled too much,” Jain said via text. “We knew we were the better team and we had been working on ourselves the whole week so we were ready going into the game.”

Hoping for a strong end to the season, the Redhawks are continuing to use their previous results to prepare for games to come.

“We started scouting at the beginning of this week and have just been continuing to work on ourselves to see that we can put out the best work,” Jain said.