Eye of the Tiger

EOTSN: September 27, 2016

EOTSN: September 27, 2016

JOSH CARSON and KYLIE IRWIN

September 27, 2016


Filed under EOTSN, Sports

In this edition of EOTSN, junior Kylie Irwin tells the motivations behind senior Savanah Smith's commitment to Washington State for volleyball.

VOLLEYBALL: Tigers lose undefeated streak to Bella Vista

VOLLEYBALL: Tigers lose undefeated streak to Bella Vista

KARLI DUGGER and KYLIE IRWIN

September 23, 2016


Filed under Girls Volleyball, Sports

The previously undefeated varsity girls volleyball team took its first loss of the season to the Bella Vista Broncos on Wednesday. The Tigers lost after three sets with scores of  25-14, 25-21 and 25-10. Senior hitter Savanah Smith thinks that the team’s defense was not as strong compared to t...

TENNIS: Tigers defeat Bruins

TENNIS: Tigers defeat Bruins

ELENA BATEMAN and EMILY WRIGHT

September 23, 2016


Filed under Girls Tennis, Sports, Uncategorized

Varsity The varsity girls tennis team took on the Ponderosa Bruins last night, winning 5-4. This is the team’s third win in league play. Junior Alyssa Shepard believes that it was because of their hard work and determination in their practices leading up to the match that the girls played so well. ...

EOTSN: September 23, 2016

EOTSN: September 23, 2016

JASON RUSSELL

September 23, 2016


Filed under EOTSN, Sports

In this edition of Eye of the Tiger Sports Network, senior Jason Russell covers the recovery and return of senior varsity wide receiver Josh Clark who tore his ACL and meniscus at the end of last season.

Tigers aim to establish league precedent against Del Campo

Tigers aim to establish league precedent against Del Campo

DOMINIC TAYLOR

September 23, 2016


Filed under Sports

After a strong 3-0 showing in their preseason schedule, the varsity football team will open league play against the Del Campo Cougars tonight. The Cougars come into league with a 2-1 record with close wins over the Merced Bears and the Vanden Vikings and a loss to the Monterey Trail Mustangs. In t...

Tigers look to carry 3-0 momentum into league

Tigers look to carry 3-0 momentum into league

JAMIE BATEMAN

September 20, 2016


Filed under Sports

The varsity football team has started the 2016 season on fire, finishing the preseason with an impressive 3-0 record. In those three games, the Tigers outscored the Chico Panthers, the Rio Linda Knights and the River Valley Falcons by a combined score of 114-29. The Tigers beat Chico 38-0 in the first game...

TENNIS: Tigers fall short against Whitney

TENNIS: Tigers fall short against Whitney

ELENA BATEMAN

September 20, 2016


Filed under Sports

Varsity The varsity tennis team lost 6-3 to the Whitney Wildcats on Tuesday, marking the team’s eighth loss this season. Junior Anna Pratt believes that although the girls may have lost, they played hard. “Whitney is one of the top four teams to beat in order to get to playoffs,” Pra...

EOTSN: September 20, 2016

EOTSN: September 20, 2016

September 20, 2016


Filed under EOTSN, Sports

In this edition of edition of EOTSN, senior Josh Carson introduces "Tuesday Topic Tackle," a segment where Carson gives his take on a topic in RHS athletics.

Senior overcomes cheer injury, returns to passion

Senior overcomes cheer injury, returns to passion

KYLIE IRWIN and KARLI DUGGER

September 19, 2016


Filed under Sports

After a two-year-long absence from cheerleading due to injury, senior Miranda Santos decided that this year would be the year to return to the sport she loves and is now cheering on the Roseville High School squad. During a practice for the Cal Fame IV cheerleading team during her freshman year, Santos...

Golf on pace for another title win

Golf on pace for another title win

MEGAN ANDERSON

September 19, 2016


Filed under Sports, What's New

Currently 6-0, team looks to earn back-to-back first place league finishes

BATEMAN: Schedule demands unfair to student athletes

BATEMAN: Schedule demands unfair to student athletes

JAMIE BATEMAN

September 19, 2016


Filed under Opinion, Sports

If you are a student athlete, you have probably heard a coach say that academics are more important than sports. Does the statement “grades always come before sports” sound familiar? For the most part, coaches maintain this philosophy and will act accordingly. But, in some cases, coaches forge...

PERFORMANCE OF THE WEEK: Sept. 12 – 18

PERFORMANCE OF THE WEEK: Sept. 12 – 18

ELENA BATEMAN and EMILY WRIGHT

September 18, 2016


Filed under Sports

The Performance of the Week of Sept. 12-18 is the varsity girls tennis team’s 9-0 sweep against the Antelope Titans. This was the girls’ second league win and also their most dominant victory this season. Senior Stephanie Lunar believes that the team was very focused on maintaining strength and...