Eye of the Tiger

Jaylen Solich’s rise to league MVP

Jaylen Solich’s rise to league MVP

JAMES WADMAN

May 23, 2019

This year, senior Jaylen Solich was awarded CVC league MVP for his contributions to Roseville’s basketball team over the winter. But, his success his senior year did not come easily. Solich began his first year of basketball in eighth grade when he tried out for the eighth grade basketball team...

What you take away, collegiate athletics

What you take away, collegiate athletics

BELLA AYALA

May 22, 2019

In the last issue, junior Bella Ayala explored the mental and physical costs on athletes and their families pursuing an athletic scholarship. In this article, Ayala will share the impact playing collegiate sports has had on former athletes with ties to Roseville High School. The road to achieving the goa...

RHS Tennis starts playoffs strong

RHS Tennis starts playoffs strong

HUNTER HATCH

May 6, 2019

Last Friday, the second seed Roseville High School team played their first playoff match against the seventh seed Tracy Bulldogs. Tracy previously beat the 10th seed Vacaville Bulldogs in the first round with a score of 6-3. Roseville's first, second and third singles all lost their matches putting them of...

Sophomore Josh Alger commits to UCLA

Sophomore Josh Alger commits to UCLA

JAMES WADMAN

May 3, 2019

Last week Josh Alger made an unofficial visit to UCLA and on Thursday Alger verbally committed to UCLA. Alger is a three sport athlete playing on the varsity basketball team and the JV football team. Alger averaged 10.4 points per game, 5.8 rebounds per game, and 1.8 assists per game. This year f...

RHS Tennis competes in CVC wide tournament

RHS Tennis competes in CVC wide tournament

HUNTER HATCH

April 30, 2019

Last week, the Roseville High School Tennis team participated in a CVC tournament with players from all eight schools in the CVC. Roseville was able to go into to the tournament strong and come out strong bringing home five championships from the tournament, with wins from James Jones in the four singles, M...

Tigers leave spring baseball tournament two for two

Tigers leave spring baseball tournament two for two

BRAYDEN DOTOLI

April 24, 2019

This spring break the Roseville High School baseball team played in a spring baseball tournament. The Tigers finished the tournament with a 2-2 overall record, beating Whitney and Vintage, and losing to Ponderosa and Del Campo. Roseville beat Whitney with a score of 13-2, with the help of great pitching fro...

Athletic scholarships grant academic opportunities

Athletic scholarships grant academic opportunities

BELLA AYALA

April 15, 2019

Trying to earn an athletic scholarship is both physically and mentally draining for an athlete. Young athletes must learn to mature faster than their peers, as they must learn elevated time management, leadership and communication skills if they want to be recruited. Every day for an athlete is truly...

The cost: Chasing athletic scholarships

The cost: Chasing athletic scholarships

BELLA AYALA

April 11, 2019

Earning a college scholarship weighs heavily on the minds of many high school athletes. Over the course of a two-part series, junior Bella Ayala explores what is involved in this pursuit. The article below focuses on the costs and consequences of chasing an athletic scholarship. In our next issue, Ay...

PERFORMANCE OF THE WEEK: April 1 – 5

PERFORMANCE OF THE WEEK: April 1 – 5

COBY ESTRADA

April 5, 2019

The performance of the week for the week of April 1 is the varsity girls softball team’s performance against Bella Vista. The Tigers defeated the Bella Vista Broncos in dominating fashion 11-0. Sophomore Lauren Mirtoni led the team in RBI’s that night with three and hitting two for two on the...

Freshman stands out on varsity golf

Freshman stands out on varsity golf

BELLA AYALA

April 2, 2019

Throughout the years, the Roseville High School varsity golf team has found their roster mixed with a variety of ages. This year the team finds themselves upperclassman heavy with seven seniors, one junior and one freshman standout - Carter Jones. Jones is a seasoned golfer and although bein...

WEEKLY ROUNDUP: RHS dominates track competition

WEEKLY ROUNDUP: RHS dominates track competition

NATALIE RUSSELL and JAMES WADMAN

April 1, 2019

NATALIE RUSSELL Last Wednesday, the RHS track team traveled to Inderkum High school and competed in their second CVC meet of the season.  Overall, the team took first in 32 of the 58 events. Girls JV, Girls Varsity, and Boys Varsity all took a win against the Inderkum Tigers So far this season, the G...

Playing up, the gender gap

Playing up, the gender gap

BELLA AYALA

March 29, 2019

PHYSICAL DIFFERENCES: Because of the developmental gap between boys and girls, high schools typically do see more girls getting pulled up at a younger age than boys, because they are just as developed as the upperclassmen. Girls typically end puberty between the ages of 15-16, while boys typically end at t...