By Jair Ramirez The Riverside City College Tigers bounced back with a 47-21 victory against the Palomar Comets after losing two straight games. The Tigers’ offense improved significantly following the losing streak with over 500 total yards. “I think we played hard coming off the bye,” said coach Tom Craft, who lost two consecutive games
By Jair Ramirez The Tigers were blocking the net constantly and covering a lot of floor while leading mitost of the way before falling 24-26.“The first set was good, we played real hard,” RCC coach Clara Lowden said.Freshman Maggie Aburto was leading the way with seven kills until she had to leave the match due
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By Daniela Ramirez Pre-season soccer has finally begun for local high schools. The Hemet High School Bulldogs took over the field on March 17 at Ramona High School with a 2-1 win over the Rams during both teams’ third game of the season. Hemet has no freshman or junior varsity team this season. All the
By Jair Rodriguez The Riverside City College softball team has won 10 out of their last 13 games, and leading the way is sophomore sensation from Escondido, infielder Karter Williams. The Tigers started the season slow but have been on a hot streak lately. “We’ve come out with a lot of energy from the get
By Ashley Gomez All good things must come to an end as the Riverside City College men’s basketball team concluded its season March 9 with an 66-54 defeat against Santa Monica College in the Southern California Regional Finals. This was the second time that the Tigers were in the Regional Finals under coach Philip
Multimedia reporters Keanu Wallace and Robert Johnson preview Riverside City College’s March 1 first round playoff game against Mt. San Jacinto College.
By Nick Peralta In recent years, Riverside City College has had continued success when it comes to their men’s track team. In the 2018 cross country season, this remains no exception. Now halfway through the season, the Tigers men’s cross country team has their eye on a potential Orange Empire Conference title for what would