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Football could not hold their lead against the Titans

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  • Football is still in search of their first win after falling to Centennial Friday at Kuykendall. The team only has two games left before the District 6-5A season comes to an end.

  • Redhawks cheerleaders take on the UIL showcase on Thursday, along with all of the other Frisco ISD teams. While the competition does not happen until January, the showcase gives the cheerleaders a chance to practice their performance.

  • Band is seen preforming their infamous head choppers for Redhawk fans.

Jumping out to an early 7-0 lead on Friday at Kuykendall Stadium, the Redhawks football team wasn’t able to maintain their lead, eventually falling to the Centennial Titans 30-13. 

“We shot ourselves in the foot,” head football coach Matt Swinnea said. “We had some costly penalties and missed some assignments up front that cost us some negative plays. On defense, we just didn’t tackle well.”

Struggling to put up points throughout the season, junior Khaleb Cooper scored his first touchdown against the Titans. 

“It feels amazing, actually, it took me a while [to score],” Cooper said. “I scored once [before], but they called it back. But I’m glad my team helped me get one.”

With only two more games left in the season, Swinnea believes the team just needs to change their mindset in order to come out with a win.

“Belief, belief that doing our jobs with great effort is enough to win,” Swinnea said. “It is difficult to beat an opponent, but it is really difficult to have to overcome yourself as well.” 

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