Redhawks soar into District 10-5A softball


Addy Schick

Already sitting with two wins, softball begins their District play. Looking to keep the wins rolling in, the team is working to stay on their toes.

Zachary Moland, Staff Reporter

Sitting on a 2-7 non-district record, the softball team starts District 10-5A play Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. when the Redhawks try to defend the Nest from the Emerson Mavericks.

“I would be a little bit more comfortable if our offense was going a little bit more, but there’s definitely still some chances to improve on that, so I feel pretty confident,” head coach Baylea Higgs said.

Regardless of the outcome of the game, however, the players feel comfortable with the work they have put in. 

“I feel that we are prepared because we have grown a lot since pre-season to district play, and we still have a lot of work to put in,” sophomore Delilah Bond said. “We are definitely coming together as a team.”