Rangers wrangle the Redhawks 2-1


Troy Williams

Kicking it home, the Redhawks took on the Lone Star Rangers friday ending in dual 2-1 losses. While this means an end to the season for the girls’, the boys’ will advance to playoffs.

Haley Ward, Sports Reporter

The Redhawk soccer teams played their final game of the District 9-5A season on Friday against the Lone Star Rangers, with the boys having already secured their spot in the playoffs, while the girls’ season came to an end.

Playing their last game of the season, the girls battled the Rangers but fell short, losing 2-1.

“We played really hard and gave everything that we had,” head coach Kyle Beggs said. “Unfortunately, we didn’t come out on top of that game and because of that we were eliminated from the playoffs.”

The loss on Friday ends the season for the girls, but spirits are high according to Beggs.

‘I think that they’ve learned that they are capable of beating anyone, and that if they put in the effort and they just give everything that they have, like they always do, then they can have success,” Beggs said. “But at the same time they don’t always get the result that they want. But you can always hold your head high, if you give everything you’ve got.”

While the girls prepare for their off-season, the boys advance to the first round of playoffs despite a 2-1 loss against the Rangers.

“Lone Star is an extremely good team who finished first in our district, probably the toughest district in the state,” assistant coach Kyle Parks said. “We played hard and responded well to going down a goal.”