Riverside City College football snaps losing streak versus Grossmont College

Quarterback Kevin Olsen and the No. 1 state ranked Riverside City College football team snapped its three-game losing streak to No. 12 Grossmont, 31-29, on Sept. 19, however the Tigers’ toughest battle of the night was against itself.

The Griffins’ defense had its way with Olsen, which had one sack and two interceptions, one of which resulted in a 41-yard touchdown return for the Griffins’ Nick Galatis to bring the game within two.

Tigers earn rematch with Hornets

RCC will play undefeated Fullerton for SCFA title James Williams | Sports Editor [caption id="attachment_2934101" align="alignnone" width="236"] WIDEOUT: Riverside City College receiver Sam Boyd had five...

Home win to end season

James Williams | Sports Editor Sophomore Cherylain Dizon and the Riverside City College Volleyball team defeated the Saddleback Gauchos, 25-14, 21-25, 25-6, 25-20 in the season finale. Dizon...

Women’s Basketball

James Williams | Sports Editor Ryan Robinson lead RCC to victory with a win over Mira Costa, 65-50, on Nov. 13. Robinson scored 14 points with three assists,...

New look Tigers get season started

James Williams | Sports Editor [gallery type="rectangular" ids="2934009,2934008,2934007"] Former UCLA assistant basketball coach Philip Mathews is the new Riverside City College men’s basketball coach following...
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