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. […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.
Through five games the Riverside City College Tigers are like a hit TV series with the same cast of players, plot, and recurring theme.
Young, fresh faced Tigers draw big question marks with new season just days away.
The Riverside City College football program welcomed one of its largest mid-year signing classes, on Dec.16, with 10 players walking into the hall of fame room in the Wheelock gym to announce where they had signed their national letters of intent.
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.