Oct 152014
 
$10,000 for River City High booster club

NEWS-LEDGER — OCT 15, 2014 – A representative from Hanlees Auto Group in Davis visited River City High School two weeks ago to hand the school’s athletic booster club a check for $10,000. The money came from Hanlees and the Toyota corporation. Accepting the check was December Brinsfield-Briscoe, president of the boosters. The News-Ledger later [...]

Jun 102014
 

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — JUNE 4, 2014 – Sierra Valley Conference – the athletic conference in which River City High School is a member – has released its roster of “all league” honorees for the spring season. RCHS players named “all league” for girls soccer were Jaylen Crim, Keionna Claypoole, Annie Wampler and Erin Delany. [...]

Apr 142014
 
RCHS Raiders take to the big ballpark

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — APRIL 9, 2014 – By Austin Miller River City High School Journalism Class “It felt amazing. The atmosphere was unbelievable.” said team captain, senior shortstop Alex Dodd. He and his River City High School baseball team had just finished playing a game under the lights of Raley Field, home of the [...]

Mar 082014
 
There's nothing like pee-wee baseball

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — MARCH 5, 2014 –   Note: For the past few weeks I’ve been going over to a little hidden-away baseball diamond at Southport Elementary School to watch two of my grandsons practice with their teammates for their upcoming West Sacramento Little League season. Their team, called the Raptors, is being coached [...]

Dec 202013
 

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER NEWSPAPER — DEC 18, 2013 – Several West Sacramento teens have been named to the “All League Teams” in the Sierra Valley Conference for fall play. From the River City High School soccer team, Adrian Garcia and Jesus Serrano were chosen. In football, all-league players from RCHS are Eric Beal, David Vincent, [...]

Sep 282013
 
One last column Don Schatzel, chronicler of West Sac youth sports

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — SEPT 25, 2013 – Time flies! We all know that intellectually. But when your time zips by, and you wake up one day and you are 60 (yes, 60) and the AARP info starts coming and you get a copy of the Senior Resource Services Guide from Assemblyman Roger Dickinson in [...]