Volleyball looks to take over Coyote Den

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Michael Martin

With only four games left of their regular district season, Volleyball heads to Heritage High School for a District 9-5A match-up against the Heritage Coyotes. The team is dependent on these final few games to secure a spot in playoffs.

Harley Classe, Sports Editor

The Redhawks travel to the Heritage’s Coyote Den for a District 9-5A volleyball game on Friday at 5:45 p.m. with hopes of bringing home a win to secure their spot in playoffs.

With emphasis on strong serves throughout the season, the team looks to capitalize on this skill against the Coyotes.

“As always, we try to bring out our best ability in each game,” Oberle said. “We’ve put emphasis on our serving game all season so we hope to see that improve in our last few games.”

The determining factor for the end date of the Redhawk’s season lies within the final four district matches ahead of them.

“We need to stay strong as a team now that we’re pushing for those last few wins,” senior Tanner Hansen said.