By Aniela Russo A long-time Riverside City College assistant football coach has died at the age of 60. Mike Richey coached at RCC for 15 years and specialized in coaching linebackers and defensive backs. His leadership helped the Tigers achieve an undefeated National championship in 2019, which was RCC’s first in 30 years. “If anyone
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By Jair Ramirez Riverside City College athletes have found ways to maintain contact through the pandemic’s campus closure with online workouts, social media and different apps. “Through Canvas Online we put our workouts and then have them take videos of their workouts,” said Tom Craft, RCC football coach. “We want our players to video their
By Jair Ramirez Moreno Valley native and former Valley View High School quarterback had a night to remember while keeping Riverside City College’s undefeated season alive. Freshman quarterback Jacob Barlage had an explosive night as RCC blew out conference rival Orange Coast College 73-3 at the Wheelock Stadium. Due to an injury to sophomore quarterback
By Stephen Peltz Riverside City College’s defense held Fullerton College to just seven points Sept. 14, making big plays on third downs and in the red zone. The special teams of RCC also shined the whole game, blocking two field goals, recovering a botched punt, and coming up big in the punting game. Penalties —
by Mia Magana Starting out young in football, the goals are set high with the players needing to be a powerhouse of dedication while showing immense devotion to the sport. In the case of college football, when a player is young with a multitude of potential there comes more attention and even greater benefits. Nick
By Nick Peralta From offensive powerhouse to potential defensive phenom, star athlete Vic Viramontes continues to contribute heavily to the Riverside City College Tigers football team. Only now, instead of taking command at the offensive helm from the quarterback position, Viramontes now reinforces the team’s defense at the linebacker post. A change of position as
By Robert Johnson A battle of bitter rivals touched down in Wheelock Stadium as the Riverside City College Tigers hosted a highly contested football game against 2017’s California Community College Athletic Association champions, the Fullerton Hornets. The game took place during week two of the Tigers football season, Sept. 8. In last years Southern California
Riverside City College football team’s running back Seth Acda has proven that hard work pays off.
The Riverside City College Tigers dominated the scoreboard 38-17 against rival Mt. San Antonio College on Nov. 12 at Wheelock Stadium.
The Riverside City College Tigers remain undefeated at 8-0 after narrowly escaping El Camino College with a, 29-22, win Oct. 29 at Wheelock Stadium.