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Soccer prepares for the Mavericks

Jose Alveraz
Taking on the Emerson Mavericks on Tuesday, the Redhawks soccer teams hope to find success on the pitch. The boys celebrate their seniors, while the girls are in need of a win.

After getting mixed results against Independence in Friday’s soccer games, with the boys winning 3-2 and the girls losing 2-1, the Redhawks soccer teams take on the Emerson Mavericks on Tuesday.

“It was nice to get our first win coming out of a rough patch,” junior Lucas Godoy said. “We had a dry spell losing a couple of games but we hope to continue this success.”

The boys enter Tuesday’s match 4-5-2, hoping to bring home another win as they celebrate their seniors.

“I’m excited to go on the pitch and get a win for our senior night,” senior Ryan Lee said. “It should be another easy win.”

The girls also hope for a win Tuesday, but to suffice a different goal, their first win of the season.

“We’re towards the end of our season and a win would mean a lot to us,” junior Lily Gibbons said. “We were one goal away against Independence we just need to push harder tonight.”

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