Eye of the Tiger

Players use club volleyball to prep for season

KYLIE IRWIN

February 22, 2016

This year, the varsity boys volleyball team has a number of boys that play together in the same program in the off-season. Sophomores Jacob Cole, Cooper Baddley and Brian Nuevo and juniors Neal Reilly, Sam Toomey, Tommy Morin and Landon Bones all play for the Northern California Volleyball Club. Reilly,...

Four-year three-sport athletes deserve more praise

JAKE LITTLEJOHN

December 14, 2015

To be a three sport athlete for all four years as a high school student is quite an impressive feat, especially considering the current level and rigor of courses that students are encouraged to take. I have noticed that over the past few years, the number of four-year three-sport athletes has remained...

Wrestling experiences participation decline

December 14, 2015

The Roseville High School wrestling team has had great success in the past two years, sending four wrestlers to the Sac-Joaquin Section Masters Tournament in back-to-back seasons. However, due to a significant decline in the amount of wrestlers participating on the team this year, the path to success...

12 juniors, one sophomore take on varsity

JAMIE BATEMAN

December 14, 2015

s experience and team chemistry, the varsity boys basketball team looks to bounce back from a tough season last year that saw the team finish with an overall record of 7-20 and a league record of 2-12 in their debut season in the Central Valley Conference. The current team’s age demographic is a...

Girls golf finishes league undefeated

JAKE LITTLEJOHN

October 26, 2015

The varsity girls golf team has finished its league season with a record of 14 - 0 putting them at the top of the Capital Valley Conference standings. Last year, the team finished second place in league with a record of 11 - 3. This is the first time that the girls golf team has received a league banner...

Coaching legend returns to RHS

HUNTER RHODE

October 26, 2015

This season, varsity basketball coach Greg Granucci brought back former Roseville High School varsity basketball coach Pablo Gonzalez to take a position as an assistant coach for the freshman boys basketball team. Gonzalez has been an influential part of not only Roseville High School but the communities...

Classifying physical activities as “sports” not necessary

GEORGE HUGHES

October 26, 2015

Competitive cheerleading has officially been recognized as a sport by the California Interscholastic Federation. This inevitably brings up the pointless, never-ending argument of whether cheerleading should be considered a sport or not. Other questions commonly brought up in the midst of these discussions...

Performances of the Week

October 26, 2015

OCT 12 – 18 JV polo team goes 5 - 0, places first in tournament The Performance of the Week for the week of Oct. 12 - Oct. 18 was the junior varsity boys water polo team’s 5 - 0 first place finish in the James Bourne tournament at Oakmont High School. The team placed first out of five other te...

Varsity girls tennis finishes season 4-10

NATALIE TRAN

October 26, 2015

The varsity girls tennis team wrapped up its season with a 5 - 4 loss against Oakmont and ended with a Capital Valley Conference league record of 4 - 10, meaning that the team will not advance to playoffs. Senior varsity player Madison Palubicki feels that the team struggled this year, but said that...

CIF introduces new rules to combat concussions

JAMIE BATEMAN

October 26, 2015

Jason Wilson, 14 Roseville High School students have been diagnosed with concussions this school year. The California Interscholastic Federation has set in place new rules this year to help reduce the number of concussion related injuries resulting from sports in high schools throughout California. One...

CIF recognizes cheer as sport

TOMMY MORIN

October 26, 2015

Earlier this month, the state legislature unanimously passed Assembly Bill 949 which approved the classification of competitive cheerleading as a California Interscholastic Federation sport. Signed on October 7, this bill will take effect during the 2017 - 18 school year. Under this legislation, the...

High school overtime football rules riddled with flaws

JAMIE BATEMAN

October 12, 2015

Two weeks ago, the Roseville High School Tigers and the Del Campo Cougars were locked in an intense overtime football game. The game lasted three hours and 19 minutes, when an average high school football game lasts a little over two hours. In this particular case the Cougars and the Tigers were going...