Joshua Silva helped the Riverside City College men’s cross country team win the California Community College Athletics Association State Championship for the first time in 22 years. Meanwhile, women’s water polo Emily Martin was named to the All-OEC First Team and OEC co-Most Valuable Player.
Sports writer Nick Escalera recaps the fall sports season and previews the upcoming football game
It was another weekday morning driving to work and attending school for most, but to Riverside City College men’s and women’s cross country team it was a chance at a conference title.
The men’s cross country team finished in first place while the women placed fifth at the Southern California Preview Championships hosted by the Orange Empire Conference on Sept. 16.
Music: http://www.bensound.com Update: The Riverside City College team was swept by LA Pierce, 3-0, Nov. 24 in the first round of the Southern California Regionals.
Football Riverside 51 Ventura 37: The Tigers battled against the visiting Ventura College in the Southern California Regional semifinal game. Quarterback Nicholas King, who was named the Player of the Game, completed 22 of 30 passes (zero interceptions) for 259 yards and two touchdowns. Freshman runningback Christopher Anderson, who was named Riverside’s Most Valuable Player (of
Alexis Naucler and Edith Noriega | Viewpoints Staff Nov. 13, 2014 Men’s cross-country The Riverside City College men’s cross-country team will head to the State Championships Nov. 22 after finishing in eighth-place, with 246 points, at the Southern California Championships Nov. 7 at Woodley Park in Van Nuys. Coming in first for the Tigers was
Nov. 9, 2014 Football Riverside 49, Chaffey 21: Tigers’ quarterback Nicholas King had 311 passing yards and three touchdowns against the Panthers. King also had 72 rushing yards. Receiver Isaac Whitney had 120 receiving yards for the Tigers while running back Denzel Foster rushed for 108 yards and a touchdown. Panthers quarterback Levi Plante had
The Riverside City College women’s cross-country team won its first Orange Empire Conference Championship since 1991. The RCC men’s cross-country team finished third.
Edith Noriega | Sports Editor Oct. 16, 2014 Bouncing back from a feet-aching mid-week work out the Riverside City College women’s cross-country squad posted a second-place finish (54) points at the Howard Brubaker Invitational at the Irvine Regional Park Oct. 10. “I think our training is really starting to show out on the field,” Rebecca