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WTV's Ryan Shapiro, Karina Grokhovskaya, and Sadie Johnson bring you a few last words

Redhawks boys basketball loses to the Wildcats

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  • All eye are on the ball as the referee passes the ball in back in the game. Freshman Ian Williams and sophomore Gilbert Aluga are ready to pounce on an oppurtunity to score.

  • The moment has finally arrived for boys’ basketball, district play. The guys will take on Emerson, kicking off the district 10-5A season.

  • With playoffs not in the cards, boys’ basketball will play their final game Tuesday against Centennial. “I feel a little sad since it is my last high school game,” senior Reuben Levingston said.

  • Losing their eligibility for playoffs, the boys’ basketball team played their final game of District 10-5A play on Tuesday. The boys ended up closing out their season with a loss to the Titans.

  • Taking on Lebanon Trail for the second time this season, the Redhawks boys’ basketball team hopes to soar yet again. The Redhawks are currently 2-6, hoping to improve their record.

The boys’ basketball team lost 69-43 to 6A Plano Sr High at The Nest on Friday bringing their non-district record to 3-9.

“We started off slow but were able to pick it up after halftime,” junior Eshan Kumar said. “Coach came and talked to us and we were able to get it together, and we picked up our effort and the loss wasn’t as bad as it would’ve been.” 

The Redhawks are using what they learned from Friday’s game to prepare for the first game of District 10-5A play on Dec. 21 against Emerson High School

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Lilian Johnson
Lilian Johnson, Sports Reporter
Lilian Johnson is a sophomore and in her first year with Wingspan. She is on the Varsity basketball team and is a part of several clubs. In her free time, Lilian enjoys reading, watching movies, and spending time with her sister. Contact Lilian:
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Christine Han is junior and this will be her second year on the Wingspan staff. She manages social media for Wingspan and is also a photographer. She will be participating in her 3rd year with the CTE Competitive Mock Trial Team. In her free time she likes to work in various women’s rights groups, read books, watch movies, and hang out with her friends. Contact Christine:

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