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Tigers earn rematch with Hornets

RCC will play undefeated Fullerton for SCFA title James Williams | Sports Editor Quarterback Skyler Howard and the Riverside City College Tiger defeated the Golden West Rustlers, 27-17, in the 2013 Southern California Bowl Game Nov. 23 at Wheelock Stadium. Howard completed 17 of 19 passes for 198 yards and three touchdowns for the Tigers offense. Running back Anthony Knight led the rushing

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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 had 20 kills and 10 digs in her final game as a member of the Tigers. Deborah Catanese contributed to the victory with 19 kills and five digs. Jennifer Norton had 36

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Frinfrock guides the Tigers to second place in state

James Williams | Sports Editor Lauren Vossler and the Golden West Rustlers held off the Riverside City College Tigers, 12-11, to win the 2013 CCCAA Water Polo State Championship. The Tigers rallied back from a deficit as big as four points to get within one point and a chance to tie the game on the final possession. Vossler was named the

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New look Tigers get season started

James Williams | Sports Editor Former UCLA assistant basketball coach Philip Mathews is the new Riverside City College men’s basketball coach following the departure of John Smith. Mathews returns to the junior college coaching scene for the first time since 2006 when he coached at San Bernardino Valley College. Not only is Mathews a new

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A leg up on the competition

RCC rolls over L.A. Harbor Seahawks in 71-0 rout. John Braxton | Staff Writer The Tigers are off to a 3-0 start, but this victory would not come easily. Saddleback fought and mounted a come back, but would eventually come up a little short in a hard fought battle. The Tigers’ first score of the

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A new quarterback emerges

John Braxton | Staff Writer After giving up 41 points to Ventura in week one, the Tigers bounced back and showed why they are getting one step closer to the state championship in a 41-0 beat down against the Palomar Comets on Sept. 14. The Tigers looked impressive, scoring 41 points while the defense held the

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Finfrock keeps the wins rolling in for womens water polo

Lucinda Mattews | Staff Writer With four wins under its belt the RCC women’s water polo team is ready for their first season without Riverside Hall of Fame coach David Almquist. The teams first games took place in Sacramento at American River College. Their expectations for the season are to keep the winning tradition going. They

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Tigers win a close one

By James Williams | Online Editor The Riverside City College football team escapes with a win against the Saddleback Gauchos, 38-31, at Wheelock Stadium on Sept. 21, 2013. The Tigers are ranked No. 2 in the country on JCgridiron’s Dirty Thirty Junior College ranking. The team was ranked No. 1 prior to the game against

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RCC’s most anticipated sport reignites regime

The Riverside City College football team will play its first game of the season at home against Ventura College, on Sept. 7.

Travis West | Sports Editor Football has returned to the Riverside City College campus and with that brings freshly cut grass and sounds of football echoing throughout campus. When the Tigers last left the field it was with a 34-23 win over LA Harbor in the Garden State Bowl. Since then, the Tigers have lost

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