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Girls’ basketball crowned Bi-District champs

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After a perfect district season, the girls’ basketball team continued their win streak into the first round of playoffs. The Redhawks defeated Creekview in their first round on the road to state.

Proving they’re more than just District 10-5A champions, the Redhawks girls’ basketball team was crowned Bi-district champions on Monday after a win over Creekview High School. The girls took 31 points over the Mustangs, winning 52-21.

“​​We got out early, fortunately, knocked down a couple of shots,” head coach Ross Reedy said. “We found each other [and] we shared the ball. They had a hard time keeping us off the glass.”

In the past 12 games, the Redhawks have allowed only 16.8 points per game with five star guard Jacy Abii leading the team with 19 points and nearly outsourcing the Mustangs by herself. 

“Honestly, it feels like the standard at this point,” Abii said. “What needs to be done for the team to win.”

The next round of the playoffs is Thursday for the Redhawks when they will take on Hillcrest at Hillcrest High School.

The team was already preparing for their next opponent Tuesday morning. 

“We went through some stuff at about 75%, and then just did a few reps at 100%,” Reedy said. “We helped from the corner too many times and in terms of our defensive rotation, and so we had to slow that down and ensure, you know, we, we just polish up some of those details.”

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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: addyson.schick.420@k12.friscoisd.org

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