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Football falls yet again

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Football falls to 0-3 as they lost to Heritage on Thursday. “There’s definitely some things we have to work on,” senior Ben Doucette

The Redhawks (0-3) football team fell to Heritage 37-14 in District 6-5A play on Thursday at Toyota Stadium in a battle against injuries. 

“It was a tough night, I think we finished the game with only 23 able-bodied players,” head coach Matt Swinnea said. “To do that in 5A-D1 is almost incomprehensible.  In spite of tremendous adversity, I am really proud of our fight.”

With just 37 players on the roster, senior Ben Doucette was proud of the team playing with a third of their team gone.

“There’s definitely some things we have to work on but I was proud of how the team fought despite having a lot injuries,” Doucette said. “We just need to do a better job of setting the tone at the start of the games.”

Despite the injuries, the team was able to score its most points this season. 

“I told the guys after the game that I am proud to be their coach, and it’s true,” Swinnea said. “I love our team,  I thought we did a good job of creating some turnovers early.”


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