The Rider Baseball team traveled to Tallmadge and came away with a 13-2 victory collecting 13 hits. Riley Day led the offense with 3 hits, Nate Ritchey and Lucius Ivory both had 2 hits. Zac Common struck out 9 in 5 innings for his 4th win and Zach Holman threw two scoreless innings in relief. The boys move to 10 and 3 overall and 6 and 2 in the Suburban American. They will host league rival Revere tonight at Roosevelt Park at 4:30.
Come out and watch the Boys Tennis team today as they take on Copley then join us after the match at Chipotle for our fundraiser. Just mention the Rough Rider Boys Tennis team at the cash register!
Roosevelt boys– don’t forget to pick up a Mr. Rough Rider application in the activities office. Turn them in to Mrs. Larkin’s room 531 by May 1st.
Attention NHS members- our April meeting will be today, right after school in the Band Room followed immediately by our campus clean-up. Be sure to bring work gloves and clothes you don’t mind getting dirty.
The Baseball team knocked off league rival Copley Wednesday behind a complete game by Zac Common. The offense was a balanced attack with 9 Riders driving in runs. Common had 2 hits and Dabrowski had s RBI’s in the 11-1 win. The boys travel to Aurora today for a 4:30 start.
The Men’s Tennis team beat Barberton yesterday 4 to 1. With victories by Grant Jones, Erik Martin, Patrick Gallagher, and Zach and Luke Jenkins. Way to go Riders!
The Rider Baseball team beat Highland last night 9-5 behind another complete game victory by Zane Cramer. Riley Day was 3 for 3 and Zac Common provided a 3 run homerun in the 5th inning to secure the victory. The boys will host Copley today at Roosevelt Park at 4:3. JV wins 6-5.
Seniors who attended None for Under 21 yesterday- we need your valuable input. Don’t forget to share your thoughts. The link to the survey can be found below on your Senior Twitter.
All members of the Suburban League Leadership Team should see MR. Pfaff by the end of this week pertaining to volunteering at the Special Olympics on May 4th.
Hey Seniors, if you are pursuing a nursing degree in college or are a member of Project Unity, please stop in the counseling office for information on new scholarship opportunities. Don’t miss out on this chance for easy money!
The Men’s Track Team was defeated last night at Medina Highland. 1st place finishers include: Anthony Glass, Long Jump, Nicholas Rothearmal, Shot Put. Runner up finishers include Tahj Truss, Shot Put, Anthony Glass High Jump and 110 Hurdles.
If anyone is interested in helping with International Water Safety Day on May 15th please come to a short meeting Wednesday after school at the pool for details. You do not need to know how to swim, just need to be willing to help bring awareness to the days events. If you cannot come on Wednesday, please see Mrs. Bender for more information.
Congratulations to the following seniors who were nominated for the 2019 All the World’s a Fair Prom Court: the candidates for Prom King are: Brian Alexander, Andres Lu, Owen Pazderak, Emmanuel Skora, and Griffen Wise. The candidates for Prom Queen are: Sophie Bednar, Claire Cardy, Jordan Dennis, Brooke Harvey, Taijanae Johnson, Carlye Neaffer, and Celia Oswitch. Prom nominees-if you have not had your picture taken yet, see Mrs. Jurging. And SENIORS, remember to vote for King and Queen next week during your lunch period.
The Rider Baseball team traveled to Massillon Perry and won 7-1 behind a fine pitching performance by Spencer Townend and a 4 for 4 day by Zac Common. Riders moved to 8 and 1 on the season and will host Copley today at 4:30.
According to Channel 19 News, the Ohio State Patrol stated that along with local agencies they will exercise high visibility and you can expect to see more police and more troopers on the road to ensure that everyone makes it home safe during Prom Season. Remember to practice safe driving skills and obey all driving laws, and local ordinances.