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Wednesday: college info night


Freshmen, sophomores and juniors at River City High School are invited to attend College Information night on Wed., March 13, from 6-7 p.m. at the school career center. Parents welcome. There will be information on community colleges and four-year colleges and universities as well as trade schools.

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Free: RCHS plays at Raley Field

Senior Jason Wullenwaber on the mound for the River City varsity (News-Ledger file photo by De'Onna Jack)

Senior Jason Wullenwaber on the mound for the River City varsity (News-Ledger file photo by De’Onna Jack)


Raley Field will play host again to a round of high school baseball games this spring. The River City High School team from West Sacramento will be at the minor league park to take on Linden High on April 13. The junior varsity matchup is at 4 p.m. and varsity plays at 7:30 p.m. Admission and parking are free; teams will be selling River Cats tickets as a fundraiser. Visit www.rivercats.com/highschool.

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RCHS tennis off to winning start

NEWS-LEDGER — March 6, 2013 —

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High School

The River City High School Tennis Team defeated both Amador and Bear River 7 to 2 and then opened Sierra Valley Conference (SVC) action with a 9-0 shutout of Union Mine to start the 2013 season a perfect 3 and 0.

At Amador, Lily He and Edward Xu won their #2 singles matches and the visitors swept all five doubles contests.  In the girls’ pairs, Sarah Yang and Sonia Bola took the top spot 8-2 while Nicole Melido teamed with Julia Quenga for an 8-0 win at #2.  On the boys side, Matthew Tagupa and Akshay Prabhakar earned an 8-3 victory at #1 and Ben Gerelkhuu and Muradan Chhay overcame a slow start to win 8-5.  Lina Vang and Amran Khan cruised to an 8-0 shutout in mixed doubles.

Up in Lake of the Pines against Bear River, Cindy Oseguera led the way with a 10-2 win in the top girls singles position and Lily He won 10-4 at #2.  Gerelkhuu provided a 10-4 victory at #2 boys.  Tagupa teamed up with Bola to take mixed doubles 10-2 and Sarah Yang partnered with Lina Vang to dominate #1 girls doubles 10-1.  In boys doubles, Xu and Prabhakar won 10-3 while Khan and Phillip Dinh cruised 10-1.

The season’s home opener was also the first SVC match of the young season and the host Raiders came out well-prepared.  Michael Lee took care of the top boys singles match 6-4,6-3 and Xu won at #2 6-1,7-5.  These were the two closest matches of the day as He won 6-2,6-2 at #1 girls singles and Bola rolled 6-0,6-1 at #2.  In doubles, RC lost  total of just seven games in ten sets.  Khan and Tagupa won 6-1,6-1 at #1 boys and Dinh and Prabhkar scored a perfect 6-0,6-0 “double bagel” at #2.  On the girls side, Oseguera and Sarah Yang (#1) and Melido and Lina Vang (#2) each posted 6-2,6-0 wins.  Chhay and Ger Yang breezed through mixed 6-1,6-0.

Next up for RC will be nonleague matches tomorrow (March 7th) at Lincoln, Friday the 8th at home against Bret Harte, Monday the 11th at home vs. Delhi, and then back to SVC play in a home match against Galt on Tuesday the 12th.  Matches begin at 4:00 p.m.

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RCHS honors kids host e-waste day


Support the River City High School honor society while getting rid of your old TVs, monitors, laptops, cell phones, ink jet cartridges (all free to drop off).

Or drop off your old CUPs, telephones, printers, copiers, DVD players, fax machines, VCRs, stereos, video games and small appliances for a $5 recycling fee. Microwaves: $15-30 to recycle. Batteries: $3/pound.

Bring documents to shred for $8 per banker box. Proceeds will raise funds for Advanced Placement tests for RCHS students. The event will be held Sat., Feb. 16, from 9-4 at the school.

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RCHS student volunteers help younger kids with their reading

Above, front: Lana Harman of the library with RCHS Interact Club members Lily He and Marwand Kochai, and (back row) Sara Malakzay and Jessica Ngo.


River City High School’s community service club, called the ‘Interact Club,’ is now working with the local library branch on a program to help kids read.

  In the ‘Reading Buddies’ program, two Interact Club members will spend time listening to first- and second-graders practice their reading skills. Each reading session will last 15 minutes.

The program starts Feb. 15, from 4-5 p.m. at the Arthur F. Turner Branch Library in West Sacramento.

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Alumni football game on Friday


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.

  To signup for RCHS, visit alumnifootballusa.com or contact Bryan, (916) 873-5737, or Uriah, 544-4236.

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Buy a gift for a senior citizen in need

Kevin Burke is ‘Interact Club’ chairperson of the gifts-for-senior-citizens event; Kimberly Le is president of the club at River City High School (courtesy photo)


Visit the Raley’s supermarket this weekend, and volunteers from River City High School will help you brighten the holidays for a local senior citizen.

The “senior gift program” is sponsored by the West Sacramento Rotary Club, reports the Rotary’s Charyl Silva.

Seniors at the Eskaton Woodrow Wilson Manor in West Sacramento, and those served by the local senior center or Meals on Wheels program, have been invited to sign up to receive a gift. Those interested put their name and gift request on a card.

This weekend from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, volunteers from River City High School (coordinated by the students’ Interact Club) will be at Raley’s with the gift requests. Shoppers will be invited to fulfill a gift request for a local senior.

“We then wrap the gift with love, and later deliver the gifts,” said Silva.

The Interact Club is also arranging some Christmas carol singing for the event, and for a possible side trip to the senior citizens at Eskaton.

You may also contribute to the gift program by calling Silva at 372-8383.

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