Wrapping up non-district play, volleyball takes on Rock Hill


Remi Williams

The Redhawks come out of the weekend with a 4-1 loss in the NISD Classic volleyball tournament. The team looks to improve the score gap in their final non-district match of the season Tuesday.

Harley Classe, Sports Editor

After playing in the NISD Volleyball Classic in which the Redhawks went 1-4, the team makes their way back to the court for a final non-district competition on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. against the Rockhill Blue Hawks at Prosper Rock Hill High School.

Senior Lauryn Hill believes the team has the ability to step-up before starting their district season against Reedy High School on Friday.

“I think winning your first district game, especially against a team like Reedy, really sets the tone for the rest of the season because they are expected to be the first team in the district,” Hill said. “Beating Reedy would make a statement to not only us but to everyone else like hey, we can do this.”

As the team makes preparations for their final non-district match, senior Tanner Hansen keeps her fingers crossed everything goes according to plan.

“There is definitely a lot going on with the season right with Covid now and we are feeling a lot of pressure,” Hansen said. “We just finished a tournament where there was a mask mandate so we are just hoping to get through the next few games and score well to start our district season off right.”