Feb 162012
 

Junior Katie King with the 3 point shot. Katie was the high scorer with for RCHS with 25 points (photo by DE’ONNA JACK)

 

Sophomore Mikaila Robinson in action for JV. Mikaila was the high scorer for her team with 18 points. (Photo by DE’ONNA JACK)

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — FEB 15, 2012 –

UPDATE FEB 16: RCHS athletic director Char Ghio announced today the school will host its first-ever girls basketball playoff game at RCHS on Tuesday, Feb. 21, at 7:00 p.m.  The opponent and ticket prices have not yet been determined — watch here for further information.

On February 7, 2012, the River City High School girls basketball team faced the Union Mine Diamondbacks.

Both the River City J.V. and varsity squads won their respective games in convincing fashion; while the freshman team played in Woodland. River City’s varsity girls came into the game with a 9-0 record in league play and a 23-1 record overall. By beating Union Mine, they improved to 10-0 in league play and 24-1 overall. Final score was 61-32, River City.

The junior varsity Raiders won 39-20.

High scorers:  JV Raiders -  Sophomore Mikaila Robinson with 18 points. Varsity Raiders -  Junior Katie King with 25 points and Senior Jordan Ligons with 17 points.

  The RCHS girls will be home again on Friday, February 17, for their final, regular season home game. They’ll also be celebrating “senior night.”

(Facebook members can find up-to-the-minute info on RCHS sports at contributor De’Onna Jack’s Facebook page. Click here.)

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Steve Marschke

Steve Marschke