Wakeland rallies to win in 5


Michael Martin

With failed efforts of a second win against the Wakeland Wolverines, volleyball fell 3-2. The team brought their two game winning streak to an end but is determined not to let that stop them.

Harley Classe, Sports Editor

The up and down nature of the volleyball season continued on Tuesday when the Redhawks were taken down by the Wakeland Wolverines 3-2 (25-16, 23-25, 15-25, 25-16, 15-10) in a District 9-5A game.

“One of our biggest focuses this year has been playing off of each other and just coming out with a strong serving game,” head coach Clark Oberle said. “We still have a couple of games left and we want to keep this aspect of the game in focus moving forward.”

In the first half of the season, the team came out strong against Wakeland and secured a 3-1 win. However, the Wolverines got the best of them this time around, something senior Tanner Hansen will not let get in her way when finishing out the season.

“This season we’ve done pretty well with not letting losses get us down,” Hansen said. “We just need to keep fighting and working hard to do better in the next game.”