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Riverside City College Football Team Aims to Be First in State

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

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Riverside City College Tigers remain undefeated against San Bernardino Valley College Wolverines

By Jair Ramirez It was another explosive night for sophomore wide receiver Tyler Kennedy, as Riverside City College defeated San Bernardino Valley College 58-37 on Sept. 21 at Wheelock Stadium.  “He’s a hell of a player, he’s always able to stay open and get open, he’s a hell of an athlete,” said sophomore quarterback Mike

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Tigers wage war with Hornets

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

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Tigers continue to dominate

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. 

Oct. 19-Nov. 11 crime briefs

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Nov. 11

Unwanted sexual advances

A female student reported that during the course of a conversation with an unknown male he touched her back and the lower part of her buttocks without her consent. According to RCCD Sgt. Robert Kleveno, the suspect was described by the victim as a male

Football Preview: RCC host semifinals againt Ventura College

Daniel Pena | Staff Writer Nov. 20, 2014 The Riverside City College football team (9-1, 6-0) defeated Citrus College (3-7, 2-4) with a score of 20-14 after another comeback as the regular season came to an end Nov. 15. The Tigers now look toward the playoffs. RCC will be the No.1 seed in Southern California

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