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Freshman challenges athletic stereotypes

Freshman challenges athletic stereotypes

EMILY WRIGHT

October 23, 2017


Filed under Sports

For the past seven years, freshman Karley Garcia has been defying social norms by competing in the male dominated , and uncommon, sport hockey. Garcia was first introduced to the sport at the age of seven, and has loved playing the sport ever since. “My cousins from San Jose they played,” Garcia...

Junior Jordyn Berry commits to play baseball

Junior Jordyn Berry commits to play baseball

DEAN EFSTATHIU

October 17, 2017


Filed under Baseball, Sports, Spring Sports

Jordyn Berry, a junior at Roseville High School, recently committed to San Jose State to continue his baseball career. Despite the challenges he may encounter, Berry believes this is a great way to improve and enhance his skills to work towards his future in baseball. “I think I can accomplish...

VOLLEYBALL: Varsity girls outscore Antelope Titans

VOLLEYBALL: Varsity girls outscore Antelope Titans

KARLI DUGGER

October 12, 2017


Filed under Fall Sports, Girls Volleyball, Sports

The girls varsity volleyball team beat the Antelope Titans at home in 3 sets to none. The Tiger’s outscored the Titans early with scores of 25-19, 25-14 and 25-19. Senior libero and defensive specialist Paris Harwell felt the win was due to the return of key players and amount of energy the team...

BASKETBALL: Boys participate in second pre-season tournament

BASKETBALL: Boys participate in second pre-season tournament

DEAN EFSTATHIU

October 6, 2017


Filed under Basketball, Sports, Winter Sports

Boys basketball for Roseville High School is playing in a preseason tournament this upcoming weekend against several other schools. This tournament is fairly new and is not annual to the boys basketball program. Varsity coach Greg Granucci believes this is a great way to start getting ready for the season. “It's...

TENNIS: RHS continues their undefeated season

TENNIS: RHS continues their undefeated season

AIDAN MUNNS

October 6, 2017


Filed under Fall Sports, Girls Tennis, Sports

This past Tuesday, the Tigers played their 9th league game against Cosumnes Oaks. They defeated the Wolfpack 6-3, and continued their undefeated season. Coach Dana Duncan is very impressed with the team’s success, and feels their winning streak is due to the hard work and dedication brought by every...

VOLLEYBALL: Varsity girls falls to Cosumnes Oaks

VOLLEYBALL: Varsity girls falls to Cosumnes Oaks

JAMIE BATEMAN

October 5, 2017


Filed under Fall Sports, Girls Volleyball, Sports

The varsity girls volleyball team dropped 3 straight sets last night in a loss to the Cosumnes Oaks Wolfpack. Senior setter Jessica Donahue felt the loss was due to lack of energy and the absence of key players. “Dealing with adversity is where we struggled because we were missing some of our...

ATHLETES COMMIT

ATHLETES COMMIT

NATE RICHARDSON and BLAKE BEAMAN

October 4, 2017


Filed under Sports

Ari McCurry Senior Ari McCurry, who will soon begin her third year as a varsity girls basketball player at Roseville High School, has committed to Rice University recently after receiving scholarship offer. According to McCurry, playing for a competitive team over the summer allowed her to gain expo...

Performances of the Week

Performances of the Week

TOMMY SPENCER, AIDAN MUNNS, and NOLAN FRAME

October 4, 2017


Filed under Fall Sports, Girls Golf, Girls Tennis, Sports, Water Polo

SEPT. 11 - 15: Boys Water polo starts CVC season strong For the week of September 11-15 and a tournament on September 22-23 varsity boys water polo comes in to the performance of the week. The Tigers won against Del Campo Cougars 15-8, Antelope Titans 15-2 and Whitney Wildcats 13-5.. The Tigers also has ...

SPENCER: Athletic fields should be reserved for sports teams

SPENCER: Athletic fields should be reserved for sports teams

TOMMY SPENCER

October 4, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Sport Opinion, Sports

As a sophomore on the JV football team, getting to use the game field to practice is something that rarely happens, so it’s seen as a privilege. Recently, the band has taken up half of Hanson field so that they can practice during time we used to be able to practice on the playing field, forcing us...

A FAMILY AFFAIR

A FAMILY AFFAIR

ELENA BATEMAN

October 4, 2017


Filed under Sports

Strengthening the bond By coaching their own children, the coaches are given an opportunity to enhance their relationship with them. After coaching his son Zac Cunha for two years, varsity football coach Larry Cunha believes that while coaching his own child created small issues, it allowed himse...

VOLLEYBALL: Varsity girls fall to Ponderosa

VOLLEYBALL: Varsity girls fall to Ponderosa

JAMIE BATEMAN

September 26, 2017


Filed under Fall Sports, Girls Volleyball, Sports

The girls varsity volleyball team took their second loss of the CVC league season to Ponderosa last night. The Tigers lost to the Bruins in three sets of 25-22, 25-18 and 25-13. Sophomore middle blocker Kate Slack felt the loss was due to the lack of energy and since the team didn’t perform as t...

Performances of the Week

Performances of the Week

TOMMY SPENCER, NOLAN FRAME, and KARLI DUGGER

September 20, 2017


Filed under Fall Sports, Girls Volleyball, Sports

AUGUST 21 - 25 Nicholson shoots low in teams first two matches The performance of the week for August 21-25 was golfer Carly Nicholson. Nicholson has been consistent in her first two matches against Rocklin and Oak Ridge. Nicholson posted the lowest scores on the team, shooting a 45 and a 46. Nich...