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River City High School weekly sports calendar
Oct. 21 to 28
Wednesday, Oct. 21
Girls tennis versus River Valley at 3:30 p.m. at home
Water polo versus Roseville (girls varsity, boys varsity and boys junior varsity) at home
Thursday, Oct. 22
Boys soccer versus Woodland; junior varsity at 4 p.m. and varsity at 5:30 p.m., away
Girls tennis versus Rocklin at 3:30 p.m. at home
Water polo versus Rosemont (Boys varsity, girls varsity and boys junior varsity) at home
Friday, Oct. 23
Water polo will have a Delong Tournament will be held all day in Merced
Football versus Woodland at 5 and 7 p.m. at home
Monday, Oct. 26
Girls tennis versus Rio Linda at 3.30 at home
Volleyball versus Woodland at 4, 5, 6 p.m., away
Tuesday, Oct. 27
Water polo versus El Dorado (girls varsity, boys varsity and boys junior varsity) away
Boys soccer versus River Valley at 5:30, 7 p.m., away
Wednesday, Oct. 28
Girls tennis will participate in the T.C.C Tournament, all day away
Volleyball versus River Valley with matches at 4, 5, and 6 p.m. at home
Fireworks for fundraising: workshop coming up in West Sac on Feb. 26
FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER —
Is your West Sacramento nonprofit or church interested in operating a fireworks booth during the 4th of July season to raise money? Attend an informational session about the permit and sales process at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 26, in the city council chambers, 1110 West Capitol Avenue. The permit lottery will be open to applications during the month of March. More info: Kryss Rankin, City Clerk, 617-4500.
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$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 asked her if the club had ever received a donation that large before.
“Not that I’m aware of,” she responded. “It was quite interesting the way that it came about. (Current) athletic director Jamie King contacted us to let us know Hanlees was interesting in doing a sponsorship for our club. The Toyota corporation contributed half the donation, and Hanlees contributed the other half.”
The money will be used by the booster club to support student-athletes at the school.
“The athletic boosters provide funding and scholarships to eligible athletes,” she said. “And basically, when the athletic department needs anything — training, equipment, courses, football helmets, catcher’s gear, we help.”
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RCHS loses opener to Christian Brothers
FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — SEPT 3, 2014 —
River City High School’s 2014 football season opened on Friday, with a non-conference game in West Sacramento against visiting Christian Brothers.
Christian Brothers put 28 points on the board in the first quarter while cruising to a 56-7 win in the varsity match-up.
River City won the J.V. matchup 36-0.
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