Short trip, mixed results for soccer


Troy Williams

Diving deep to pull out a win, the Redhawks gear up for games on Friday. With playoffs on the line, the teams feel they have great ambition heading into Friday.

Remi Williams, Sports Editor

It was a short road trip for the girls’ and boys’ soccer teams as they made the short drive to take on Centennial High School in District 9-5A games. 

The girls’ team entered the game in sixth place, while the Titans sat in third place. 

Tied 2-2 with 13 seconds left in the game, a penalty kick was awarded to the Redhawks.

“All I was thinking was stay confident, and shoot low,” senior Ally White said. “I kept repeating those things in my head until the ball hit the back of the net.” 

With White’s shot going in, the Redhawks won the game 3-2, moving them up to fifth place. 

The boys’ team followed the girls but they weren’t able to duplicate the results, falling short 2-1.

Both teams are back on the field Friday night for games against Reedy High School.

“Our goal for tomorrow’s night game is simple,” junior Evan Moros said. “To win.