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Girls’ basketball advance to Regional Semifinals

Tuesday was not the end of the line for the Redhawks girls’ basketball team, as they were crowned Regional Quarter Final Champions after a win against Reedy. The Redhawks have held their opponents to 21 points, in the first three rounds of the playoffs.

The road to state continues for the Redhawks girls’ basketball team after beating Reedy 51-21 on Tuesday; the Redhawks’ 16th straight win since the beginning of district play.

“It was good and the energy was certainly very different than the way that we’ve been playing,” head coach Ross Reedy said. “In being able to see us go out there with a lot of positive emotion, good bench support, great attitude on the court, [and a] certain level of focus. It was nice to see and let us know that we should be feeling pretty confident about where we are mentally in our approach to the upcoming weekend.”

In the first three rounds of the playoffs, the Redhawks have held their opponents to 21 points. 

“It feels great just knowing that together we have the ability to do that, and using everyone’s talent,” junior Anaiah Warrior said. “It’s a good feeling.”

There is no time to rest for the players, as they move forward into the regional semifinals against McKinney North on Friday. 

“We really need to work on our defense and just making sure we don’t give up easy buckets,” Warrior said. “Stopping the people who are the main threats.”

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