Quarterback Zach Adkins struck early and often with six touchdown passes on the Tigers first seven offensive drives of the first half, as the No. 9 Riverside City College Tigers annihilated the Long Beach City College Vikings 75-12.
The Riverside City College women’s water polo team competed in the Chaffey College tournament on Sept. 14-15. The Tigers first took on the Fresno City College Rams as well as the Cerritos College Falcons.
The Riverside City College Men’s water polo team added one win and three losses to their current season record. The team opened the tournament with a loss against the West Valley Vikings 12-8.
The Riverside City College men’s cross country team is seeking to improve from last season’s success.
Football is a collision sport, a barbaric game displaying speed, strength, intelligence and violence.
After accomplishing all your childhood dreams and goals what could possibly be the next best thing to do?
The Secret State is the now YouTube famous pop-rock band from Baltimore, Maryland.
As the sun begins to set and the lights flicker on, music fills the city with the background sounds to pay tribute to the art many admire and literally live in. The wind kicks up and the models step on the runway as the audience is welcomed by the beginning of a night where fashion, art and creativity are honored.
After missed opportunities and costly penalties, Zach Adkins took over at quarterback and led the Tigers on a 60-yard scoring drive for their first touchdown of the night.
The 8th Annual Remember Our Heroes event took place this past weekend at Fairmount Park. Moms of Military, a prayer and support group for women with loved ones in the military, brought this wonderful event together to show support for our troops and to remember the fallen and those of 9/11. The event produced many people, despite the heat, and was a welcoming environment for all.