Come support our Lady Riders Reserve Basketball team as they take on Wadsworth Thursday, Jan. 23rd at home. The game starts at 6:00 – you won’t want to miss them work to continue their undefeated streak!
The girls bowling team defeated Wadsworth behind strong performances by Tara Sefchick who rolled games of 202 and 192. Braydn Harris rolled games of 216 and 169 while Jade Kimmel rolled games of 197 and 157. Emily Klasa added a high game of 164 and Maddy Fisher rolled a 150. The girls also averaged 175 in the baker format. The win now puts the Riders record at 9-0 in league play. The ladies bowl next at Riviera Lanes in the Tomahawk Invitational this Saturday at 1:00.
Attention Interact Club members- there will not be an Interact Club meeting today. That’s no Interact Club meeting today!
Wednesday, January 22nd is the deadline to sign up for the Black History Museum. Please see Ms. Boykin for information. Stop by the Project Unity meeting tomorrow at 1:45 in room 137 to work on bios for the Living History Museum.
Are you interested in participating in the Black History Month Living Museum? If so, see Mrs. Boykin in room 161 to get information to sign up today.
Congratulations to your Rough Rider Boys basketball team who improved their record to 9-4 with a 66-32 win over Eastlake North on Saturday. The boys resume action tonight as they host Cloverleaf here at RHS. JV plays at 6:00 and varsity at 7:30. Get out tonight and support your Rough Rider boys. Go Riders!
The girls bowling team finished in 6th place out of 14 teams at the Rootstown Invitational on Saturday. Bowling high games were Jade Kimmel 206, Braydn Harris 226, and Emily Klasa 162. The team averaged 169 in the six baker games which was a total team effort. The girls bowl again today at 4PM at Kent Lanes against Wadsworth.
Congratulations to the Girls Bowling team for defeating North Royalton 2,160 to 1,463. Jade Kimmel found her old self and rolled games of 210 and 200 for a 410 series. Other high games for the Rough Riders were Braydn Harris 193, Tara Sefchick 192, Liz Gavriloff 180, and Ryan Rhinehart 160. The rest of the girls helped roll an average of 147 in the baker format. With the win the girls are now 8 and 0 in league play.
Juniors — “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, YOU ARE A LEADER.” That’s right juniors, YOU are leaders!! So, if you are still interested in applying for the leadership retreat planning committee and missed this week’s informational meeting? Come to the Activities Office today to pick up your applications. Remember, completed applications are due January 31, so stop in soon. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Jurging.
Congratulations to the Swimmers and Divers last night foe an amazing senior night against Revere. A special thank you goes out to Dr. Roebke and his amazing pep band for coming to the last home meet and playing for us. It was a great addition to senior night and to all the family and athletes. Thanks again and go Rough Riders!
Any boys in grades 9-12 who may be interested in playing Volleyball this season, there is a January and February open gym schedule in the Athletic Office. Coach Pritts is looking forward to seeing some new faces this season!
Attention all Baseball hopefuls: Tonight will be our first open field at the Kent State University Field House from 6:30-7:30. All players interested in trying out this spring who are not in a winter sport re welcome. There is a fee for our open field visits, but it is not due tonight. Please see Coach Haney, Coach Michel, or Coach Childers for informational packets, calendars and any questions. Again, the Baseball Open Field at the Kent State Fieldhouse is tonight from 6:30—7:30 for all those interested in trying out this spring.