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NEWS-LEDGER ONLINE —
The Raider girls basketball team met league rival El Dorado last night at the RCHS gym. Entering the game, both were undefeated in league play.
The Raiders earned a 41-32 victory, going to 5-0 in league play and taking their record to 19-1 overall. More in Wednesday’s News-Ledger.
FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — JAN 18, 2012 —
On Friday, the River City High School Boys Basketball faced the Union Mine Diamondbacks.
The River City freshman and JV teams won, while varsity dropped to Union Mine. The Raider Freshman won 50-37.
In the JV Game, RC was losing late in the game and with some 3 point plays, a steal and some good pressing defense, River City went ahead and held on to a 55-50 win. The RCHS JV high scorer was Richard Dasilva with 20 points.
The Raider varsity team lost by a final of 63-47. RCHS varsity high scorers were Jose Chacon with 23 points and Malik Dumetz with 10. The boys will be home again Tuesday, January 24, against Vista del Lago.
The varsity is 7-11 overall.
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On Jan. 11, River City High School girls basketball faced the Liberty Ranch Hawks.
The RCHS freshman team fell to the Hawks by a score of 31-28, while the JV and Varsity teams were both victorious.
The Raider Junior varsity beat the Hawks 51-29, and the RCHS varsity won 62-29. The Raiders’ varsity record improved to 18-1 overall and they remain at the top of their conference.
The Raiders host El Dorado High on Friday night at RCHS. Each team is 4-0 in league play, and the River City athletic department has called on the West Sacramento community to help fill the gym with fans to cheer on the Raiders at the match. Varsity game time is 7:30 p.m., and there will be a special ticket price of $2.
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NEWS-LEDGER — JAN 11, 2012 —
On Jan. 6, the Raider girls basketball squad played host to Galt Warriors.
The freshman team again had the night off. The JV and varsity teams both dominated Galt and won by convincing margins.
The River City junior varsity squad won, 71-17. Leading scorers for the Raider JVs were Makaila Robinson with 13 and Jershaun Hollie with 12
The prior week, the Raider varsity prevailed 70-25. Leading scorers for RCHS varsity were Katie King with 14 and Isabella Gomez with 11.
On Wednesday, January 4, the RCHS faced theCosumnes Oaks Wolfpack.
River City’s freshman team did not play; however, JV and varsity teams played and were both victorious.
Final Scores: JV Game 48-19 (W) Varsity Game 65-39 (W) With the varsity team win on Jan. 6, they improved their overall record to 15-1, and were the leader in both the SVC division and section.
FROM DE’ONNA JACK
NEWS-LEDGER ONLINE — JAN 12, 2012 —
FIRST UPDATE: 11:20 a.m. Jan. 12
The Yolo D.A. recently filed criminal charges against former RCHS teacher and varsity football coach Arturo Bustamante, who was on paid leave for several months after a report he “inappropriately touched” a female student at the school.
According to the Yolo County District Attorney’s office, Bustamante is accused of several felony and misdemeanor counts of “lewd and lascivious acts” and “child molestation” involving four students, age about 15-16, in 2010-2011.
The D.A.’s office has requested a warrant, and if successful, arrangements could be made for Bustamante to turn himself in voluntarily for arrest.
“His range of sentence if convicted is probation with up to one year in County jail to 4 years 4 months in prison,” said Jonathan Raven, Chief Deputy District Attorney, in an emailed statement.
The Washington Unified School District reports that Bustamante is now on “compulsory leave of absence pending the outcome of the matter.”
The News-Ledger will follow up with more details as they become available.
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FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — JAN 4, 2011 —
River City High School’s volleyball celebrated its team awards in November after the end of their season. Honorees were:
Varsity and Sierra Valley Conference (SVC) Awards
Most Inspirational Player – Junior, Jaliyah Dramera
Most Valuable Player and SVC All League – Sophomore, Brianna Mondia
SVC Honorable Mention – Junior, Kendra Thomas
SVC Honorable Mention – Junior, Desiree J. Carbullido
Most Improved Player – Junior, Arielle Pascua (not pictured)
Most Valuable Player – Freshman, Julie Staffler
Most Inspirational Player – Freshman, Ashlend Rodriguez
Coach’s Award – Sophomore, Gaocheng Yang (not pictured)
Most Valuable and Most Inspirational Player – Freshman, Jenna Martinez
Most Valuable Player – Freshman, Caroline Murzin
Head coach is Tammy Bacon.
FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — DEC 28, 2011 —
On Dec. 20, the River City High School boys basketball teams faced Dixon Rams.
Final scores for the Dixon victories were: Freshman 65-36; JV 44-45; varsity 71-60. The Raider varsity is now 5-5 overall.
River City’s boys teams will be back home again on January 13 when they will face Union Mine.
River City girls basketball takes its 11-1 record into the Lincoln Tournament today. The squad plays at home next on Jan. 6, hosting Galt with a varsity game time of 7:30 p.m. at the RCHS gym.
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