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Redhawks soccer look to soar over Lebanon Trail

Addyson Schick
Taking on Centennial for Tuesday’s last district game of the season, Redhawks girls’ soccer will hit the end of their line. However, the boys have playoffs at stake, with it all riding on Tuesday’s results.

Redhawks soccer takes on Lebanon Trail on Friday, as the girls continue their search for their first win, while the boys hope to extend their two game win streak.

The girls currently sit at the bottom of the District 10-5A table with a record of 0-5, but with a three-way tie for first place the race for the playoffs is very close.

“They are ranked higher than us currently in the standings,” head coach Kyle Beggs said. “But the thing about our district [is] everybody is very close together, it’s hard to separate the teams’ talent wise. It will be a good challenge for us. You know I think it comes at a good time and gives us a chance at a win.”

After beating Emerson 2-0 on Tuesday, the boys have confidence heading into Friday’s match, hoping to keep up their hard work on Tuesday.

“We did really solid at keeping possession of the ball and looking to make runs,” senior Carsten Swallow said. “Our defense held their line really well too.”

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Addyson Schick is a junior going into her third year with Wingspan. On campus, she participates in FFA and is Vice President of Best Buddies. She enjoys spending time with her friends and family and LOVES shopping. She is super excited for this year, and to be sports editor! Contact Addyson:

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