Lions couldn’t score on the Redhawks

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Emily Vetvick

Friday night both boys’ and girls’ soccer took on the Reedy lions. In both games the Redhawks were able to stop them from scoring, (0-0 girls and 2-0 boys)

Remi Williams, Sports Editor

Hosting the undefeated Reedy Lions Friday night, the girls’ soccer team walked away with a 0-0 draw, leaving the Redhawks in 6th place in District 9-5A.

“I think we did well in connecting and keeping the level of intensity high,” freshman Teegan Jaussi said. “Obviously we would have liked to win, but we are satisfied with a tie.”

Over on the west side of Frisco, the boys’ team took to the road to also take on the Lions with the Redhawks tallying two goals for the 2-0 win. 

“All of our players were back and we were playing at full strength,” junior Tommy Garafallo said. “We were playing together as a team and when we did we were pretty good.”Both teams have the opportunity to play in a professional stadium Tuesday night as they play  Lone Star at Toyota Stadium, the home of FC Dallas.