Eye of the Tiger

TENNIS: Varsity boys fall to Whitney

TENNIS: Varsity boys fall to Whitney

BRANDON DEL ROSARIO

April 24, 2017


Filed under Boys Tennis, Sports, What's New

Last Friday, the boys tennis team lost 8-1 against the Whitney Wildcats and dropped to third place in the Capital Valley Conference, falling just short of a playoff spot. The Wildcats are in first place in the CVC and are one place ahead of the Cosumnes Oaks Wolfpack. Both teams edged out the Tigers, ...

GOLF: Varsity Tigers lose second league matchup against Whitney

GOLF: Varsity Tigers lose second league matchup against Whitney

JUSTIN VARLAMOV

April 24, 2017


Filed under Boys Golf, Sports, What's New

The Roseville Tigers put up some of their worst scores of the league season so far in their 204-223 loss against the Whitney Wildcats. The boys are  now 7-8 overall and 7-5 in league. Freshman Arturo Zavala shot 41, seniors Jake Littlejohn, Parker Crews, Andrew Smith, George Hughes and Jacob Hagen ...

TENNIS: Boys varsity team defeats Bruins on senior night

TENNIS: Boys varsity team defeats Bruins on senior night

BRANDON DEL ROSARIO

April 20, 2017


Filed under Boys Tennis, Sports, What's New

The boys tennis team defeated the Ponderosa Bruins 7-2 on Senior Night last Tuesday and advanced to 9-3 in league. The Tigers went 4-2 in their singles matches and 3-0 in doubles. Despite injuries to number two singles player Matt Lacey and doubles player Jamie Bateman, the Tigers managed to pull thr...

Senior Jake Littlejohn commits to University of La Verne

Senior Jake Littlejohn commits to University of La Verne

JUSTIN VARLAMOV

April 19, 2017


Filed under Boys Golf, Sports, What's New

Senior varsity golfer Jake Littlejohn committed to the University of La Verne to play golf after traveling to visit the campus during spring break. Littlejohn got to meet the coaches and the team’s players and was also able to see the kinds of courses the team plays on. The coach then offered him ...

CIF to allow athletically-motivated transfers

CIF to allow athletically-motivated transfers

JAMIE BATEMAN

April 19, 2017


Filed under Sports, What's New

Transferring high schools for solely athletic reasons will no longer violate California Interscholastic Federation policy starting in the 2017-18 school year. The CIF passed the new guidelines with a 100-38 vote last Friday. Despite the rule change, transfers will still be mandated to sit out the first...

VOLLEYBALL: Tigers place first in Silver Division of Las Vegas tournament

VOLLEYBALL: Tigers place first in Silver Division of Las Vegas tournament

KEEGAN NESS

April 19, 2017


Filed under Boys Volleyball, Sports, What's New

The varsity boys volleyball team competed in the Las Vegas Easter Invitational Tournament last week during spring break. The team placed first in the Silver Division and seventh out of 48 teams with an overall record of 7-3. After finishing 2-1 in a four-team pool on the first day, the Tigers were se...

BASEBALL: Bella Vista sweeps Tigers back to third in CVC

BASEBALL: Bella Vista sweeps Tigers back to third in CVC

DOMINIC TAYLOR

April 7, 2017


Filed under Baseball, Sports, What's New

The varsity baseball is currently in third place in the Capital Valley Conference with a 7-5 league record. The Tigers won their first two league series 2-1 against both Del Campo and Cosumnes Oaks and then swept Antelope 3-0 last week, winning one of the games by a score of 17-4. Even after the ...

VOLLEYBALL: Seeking redemption

VOLLEYBALL: Seeking redemption

JAMIE BATEMAN

April 3, 2017


Filed under Boys Volleyball, Sports, What's New

Marco Salcedo replaced Cindy Simon as the varsity boys volleyball team’s coach this season, marking the team’s third new coach in three years. Salcedo has years of experience and also knows how many of the boys feel regarding the section title; he has never won one as a coach, but has lost five....

CHEER: After seven years, cheer coach to leave RHS

CHEER: After seven years, cheer coach to leave RHS

KEEGAN NESS

April 3, 2017


Filed under Sports

The cheerleading program’s head coach, Bri Eigenman, will leave Roseville High School to coach at Granite Bay at the end of this school year. Eigenman has been the program’s coach for the past seven years and plans to give up the position after finishing this spring’s stunt-cheer season. ...

TENNIS: Varsity boys off to record start

TENNIS: Varsity boys off to record start

BRANDON DEL ROSARIO

April 3, 2017


Filed under Boys Tennis, Sports

The varsity boys tennis team has never qualified for playoffs since the program started, but the team is on track to make history this year. With a 7-3 record in Capital Valley Conference play, the Tigers are currently in third place and have already surpassed last year’s record of 4-10. On paper,...

DEL ROSARIO: Student athletes, put in the effort before it’s too late

DEL ROSARIO: Student athletes, put in the effort before it’s too late

BRANDON DEL ROSARIO

April 3, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Sport Opinion, Sports

As my senior year begins to wind down, I have come to the unfortunate realization that time really does fly – and man does it fly quickly. Most people don’t realize that they will never be able to fully value the high school experience until it is all over, and by then it’s too late. This is...

TENNIS: Varsity boys pull out comeback victory against Cosumnes Oaks

TENNIS: Varsity boys pull out comeback victory against Cosumnes Oaks

BRAD MORIN

March 29, 2017


Filed under Boys Tennis, Sports, What's New

Last night, the boys tennis team traveled to Cosumnes Oaks for an away matchup and came back with a 5-4 victory over the first-place Wolfpack. Junior Jamie Bateman and sophomore Cooper Cerecedes played for the Tigers in the match’s deciding doubles game. The duo dropped the first set before coming bac...