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District play has arrived for soccer

Jose Alvarez
Soccer takes on Walnut Grove in their first District 10-5A games of the season. Both teams will be looking for a win to begin the season 1-0.

Begging scrimmages in early December, soccer has been preparing for their District 10-5A season for more than a month. All of their work will be put to the test Tuesday, as both boys’ and girls’ soccer take on Walnut Grove in their first district games. 

“[We] just [hope] to come out strong,” senior Sam Skolnick said. “We are usually a second half team so if we can come out from the start of the whistle we will be fine.” 

With Walnut Grove just opening in the fall of 2023, the Redhawks will have little information on the new team.

“It’s a little bit harder because we have to go out and get a chance to watch them, unfortunately, they haven’t played too many pre-season games,” girls’ head coach Kyle Beggs said. “So we haven’t watched them because the nights that they do play we also play. So doing a little bit of research, talking to other coaches, and getting their feedback on the team.”

Temperatures continue to remain cold and rainy with rain forecasted all day Tuesday, ending at 8 p.m.

“The cold weather sucks at first, but over time, I have found it easier to adapt to playing in the cold,” junior David Verduzco said. “So it doesn’t affect me as much.”

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