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High school class looks at cityhood

NEWS-LEDGER, NOV 28, 2012: Members of a panel gathered at River City High School Nov. 14 to recall the effort of creating the City of West Sacramento, which culminated in a successful vote in 1986: Dan Ramos, businessman; Louisa Vessell, activist; Loren Fourness, president of the incorporation committee; Michael McGowan, the city’s first mayor; Bill Kristoff, also elected to the first city council; and Carol Richardson, assistant city manager. The panel talked about their perceptions of the struggle to incorporate and answered questions from history students. (photo by Charlotte Dorsey)

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Alumni football game on Friday

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER —

River City High School’s football alumni will take on visiting alumni from Elk Grove High in a game at 7 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 14, at RCHS.

[adrotate group=”9″]   To signup for RCHS, visit alumnifootballusa.com or contact Bryan, (916) 873-5737, or Uriah, 544-4236.

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RCHS volleyball presents annual awards

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — NOV 21, 2012 —

The River City High School Volleyball awards banquet was held last Wednesday, reports Coach Tammy Bacon.

 

LEFT to RIGHT: varsity volleyball MVP Michaela Faaifo, most inspirational player Arielle Pascua and most improved player Amanda McGuffey (courtesy photos)

Among the honorees for the 2012 squad:

Freshman awards went to Most Valuable Player, Amanda Tyson, and MVP & Most Inspirational Player , Jordan Criswell.

For the junior varsity, Most Valuable Player was  Taylor Jacky, Most Improved Playerwas Gabriella Mistler and the Coach’s Award went to Jenna Martinez.

For varsity:

Most Valuable Player: Michaela Faaifo

Most Inspirational Player: Arielle Pascua

Most Improved Player:  Amanda McGuffey

Tia McLeod, varsity All League honoree

Varsity leadership awards went to team captains Desiree Carbullido, Jaliyah Dramera and Kendra Thomas, and to team manager Arielle Pascua.

Varsity All League honorable mentions were Desiree Carbullido, Julie Staffler and Michaela Faaifo.

Tia McLeod was Varsity All League player.

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RCHS soccer ends with a win

RCHS team captain and senior Graviel Muniz (right) dribbles past a Liberty Ranch defender on his way to scoring a goal in his last game as a River City Raider.

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — OCT 31, 2012 —

By Jorden Wusstig
RCHS Journalism Class & Soccer Team Member

After a well fought season and a solid fourth-place league finish, the final game came and went for River City boys soccer.

October 25th was the last game for RCHS seniors Manuel Moreno, Graviel Muniz, Alejandro Castro, Carlos Santilian, and Javier Gomez.

Before the game, a ceremony for the seniors was held. During this ceremony they were escorted by their family members and each had a picture taken. Then the players joined the rest of the team to warm up.

[adrotate group=”7″]   Once the whistle blew to start the game, RCHS players pressured Liberty Ranch with determination to put on a show for the fans and let the seniors go out with a win. It was nonstop shooting on the Liberty Ranch keeper.

In the 32nd minute, Graviel Muniz had a fantastic volley that put the ball in the back of the net to put RCHS up 1-0. The half ended 1-0 and the players were pumped to slam in a couple more goals.

The second half began and Mario Zambrano had a clean strike on goal that rattled the post and fortunately landed in front of senior captain Manuel Moreno, who kept his composure to make it 2-0.

RCHS continuously possessed the ball and wore the Liberty Ranch team wore out as they tried to chase down the Raiders. In the 59th minute, Mario Zambrano with another clean strike. He had the odds on his side and slipped it right by the post to make the score 3-0.

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