Eye of the Tiger

FOOTBALL: Following dominating win, Tigers look for higher playoff seed

FOOTBALL: Following dominating win, Tigers look for higher playoff seed

JAMIE BATEMAN

October 19, 2016


Filed under Football, Sports, What's New

Last Friday the Tigers traveled to Bella Vista High School and defeated the Broncos 57-0. The win was a commanding one for the Tigers, who scored 50 points in the first half, and the second shutout of the year for the Tigers, who also shutout the Chico Cougars to open up the season. According to senior...

VOLLEYBALL: After loss, Tigers’ playoff chances uncertain

VOLLEYBALL: After loss, Tigers’ playoff chances uncertain

KARLIE DUGGER and KYLIE IRWIN

October 18, 2016


Filed under Girls Volleyball, Sports, What's New

The varsity volleyball team hosted their annual “Pink Out” game in support of breast cancer awareness. It was a crucial game against the Bella Vista Broncos. The Tigers lost in 5 sets. The loss leaves the Tigers on the playoff bubble, as a win last night would have secured them a place in playoff...

GOLF: Tigers earn back to back league title

GOLF: Tigers earn back to back league title

BRANDON DEL ROSARIO

October 18, 2016


Filed under Girls Golf, Sports, Uncategorized

The varsity girls golf team claimed their second consecutive league championship after placing first in the final CVC League Tournament yesterday. The team shot 466, outscoring the Whitney Wildcats, who shot 479, by 13 strokes. The Wildcats placed third in the tournament, one spot behind the Ponde...

GOLF: Tigers finish league with two wins, look toward title

GOLF: Tigers finish league with two wins, look toward title

MEGAN ANDERSON

October 14, 2016


Filed under Sports, What's New

The Tigers, the defending Capital Valley Conference champions in girls golf, finished their league season this week with wins against Ponderosa and Oakmont. Now tied atop the CVC with Whitney at 11-1, the Tigers’ title hopes come down to the CVC League Tournament hosted next Monday, Oct. 17, at Timber...

All levels of volleyball spike competition

All levels of volleyball spike competition

BLAKE BEAMAN and KYLIE IRWIN

October 10, 2016


Filed under Girls Volleyball, Sports, What's New

The girls volleyball program has had an impressive start in the first half of Capital Valley Conference league play. Varsity is 6-2, JV is 7-1 and the freshman team remains undefeated at 8-0. The varsity team is currently tied with the Bella Vista Broncos for second place, while the Whitney Wildc...

Tigers 5-1 after loss to Antelope

Tigers 5-1 after loss to Antelope

DOMINIC TAYLOR

October 10, 2016


Filed under Football, Sports

After the best start Roseville High School varsity football has seen in 10 years, the Tigers took their first loss of the season last Friday night, falling 42-7 to the Antelope Titans. The Tigers, now 2-1 in league, are tied for second place in the Capital Valley Conference with the Cosumnes Oaks Wolfpack. Both...

PERFORMANCE OF THE WEEK: Oct 3 – 9

PERFORMANCE OF THE WEEK: Oct 3 – 9

ELENA BATEMAN and EMILY WRIGHT

October 10, 2016


Filed under Sports

The Performance of the Week for the week of Oct. 3-9 was the varsity girls tennis team’s 9-0 sweep over the Antelope Titans last Thursday. This is the team’s third sweep of the season and the second time that the girls have swept the Titans, meaning that they have not dropped a match against them...

Golf tied for first in league

Golf tied for first in league

MEGAN ANDERSON

October 10, 2016


Filed under Girls Golf, Sports

After 25 consecutive dual-match wins, the varsity girls golf team fell short to the Whitney Wildcats by seven strokes in last Thursday’s match with a score of 224-231. Nonetheless, the 11-1 Tigers have dominated so far this season and currently share the number one spot in the Capital Valley Conferenc...

BATEMAN: Athletic facilities in need of Measure D millions

BATEMAN: Athletic facilities in need of Measure D millions

JAMIE BATEMAN

October 10, 2016


Filed under Opinion, Sports

This November, citizens of Placer County will vote on Measure D, a tax bond measure that will raise $96 million for Roseville Joint Union High School District. RJUHSD has also vowed to give Roseville High School $13 million to put toward facilities if the policy is passed. If this happens, the mo...

Youth step up to lead polo team

Youth step up to lead polo team

KALE JIBSON

October 10, 2016


Filed under Sports, Water Polo

The varsity girls water polo team’s season is coming to a close. In league play, the girls took down the Ponderosa Bruins, the Del Campo Cougars and the Antelope Titans but fell to the Bella Vista Broncos, the Whitney Wildcats, and the Oakmont Vikings. At 3-3, the team currently sits in fourth place ...

Polo finishes league, looks toward postseason

Polo finishes league, looks toward postseason

ELENA BATEMAN and EMILY WRIGHT

October 10, 2016


Filed under Sports, Water Polo

With only one more game to go until the league finals tournament, the boys water polo team sits in fourth place in the Capital Valley Conference with a record of 3-3. Proving to have been much more consistent than last year’s 1-7 team, this year’s boys are older and more experienced. Senior Ob...

EOTSN: October 7, 2016

EOTSN: October 7, 2016

October 7, 2016


Filed under EOTSN, Sports