Redhawks look to soar above the Lions on the field

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Emily Vetvick

Both the boys’ and girls’ soccer take on the Reedy Lions Friday night. The girls play at home at 5:30, while the boys play away at 7:30.

Remi Williams, Sports Editor

Taking on the undefeated Reedy Lions Friday night at The Nest, the girls’ soccer sits 7th place in District 9-5A with a record of 2-4-1.

‘In order to win tonight we have to make sure we are staying connected and working as a team and not individuals,” senior Anna Clerkin said. “We also have to make sure we are communicating and taking our chances on goal.” 

Meanwhile, the boys’ team heads over to The Den at 7:30 to take on the second place Lions, with the Redhawks sitting in 5th place with a 3-2-2 record, just one point out of the fourth and final playoff spot. “We are always expecting a win, especially tonight against Reedy,” senior Luke Berry said.
“This is a game we need to win to secure our playoff spot.”