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Redhawks won’t bend to the Bobcats

Courtesy of @RedhawksWrestle
Its senior night for the Redhawks wrestling as they host a dual against Benbrook Wednesday. But the team will be coming off a tough tournament weekend in which the group did not place.

Redhawks Wrestling hosts a dual against Benbrook Wednesday at The Nest, coming off a tough tournament over the weekend. 

“Sometimes we’ve got to remember that [the team] is still young and still learning,” head coach Justin Koons said. “Looking at the numbers I can’t predict anything but I’m hopeful. As always it’s just working on the areas where we’re making mistakes and the positions we’re in. In every position there are good and bad things to do, and if you do one bad thing it can cost you the match, so we want to minimize the mistakes.”

Junior Esther Essien is prepared to improve on the team’s mistakes from their past competitions, as she anticipates the event will be a tough fight for the Redhawks.

“This dual is definitely going to be a challenge,” Essien said. “I need to improve on being aggressive and listening to what the coaches are saying from the sidelines, especially since they see openings that we might not be able to see.This dual will really challenge all of us.”

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