On Dec. 14 in the RVHS auditorium, the Riverview Chorus with have its Christmas concert which has the theme of Christmas in New York. The theme was decided because the chorus program will be travelling to New York to perform in March. The show will be put together like it is in different locations in New York. All choirs will be involved, as well as featured soloists. Auditions for soloists will be held this Thursday. Admission is free but donations for Toys for Tots and the
On Sat. Nov. 18, the Riverview High School Marching Band had its last competition at Plant High School. It earned 13th in the State of Florida. “It went great we did way better than last year,” says RVHS Band Director Trevor Butts. “The band grew in maturity and skill. I’m excited to see next year.”
On Nov. 11 the Riverview High School Marching Band had a competition here at Riverview. It earned an 85.2 which was second overall. The next and final competition of the school year will be held this Sat., Nov. 18 at Plant High School.
Last Friday, the Sharks finished off the varsity football season with a 30-10 win against Palm Harbor University on Senior Night. Starting quarterback Reagan Jorgenson scored two touchdowns in the first half, giving the Sharks a good lead on Palm Harbor with a score of 17-10 at halftime. Several more successful plays by the Sharks in the second half pulled them through with the win. Throughout the season, Jorgenson believes the team had a couple let-down games but bounced bac
With a bump, a set, and a spike, the Riverview High School volleyball team wrapped up its 2017 season. The team was not as successful as they hoped that they would be. RVHS Head Volleyball Coach Jessica Thornton believes, “The team was competitive in matches, but just couldn’t get over a hump.” Thornton feels that the struggles that the team underwent were due to some very competitive teams as well as the playing time lost during Hurricane Irma. During Irma, the team missed s
The Riverview High School swim season has come to an end. Although the team did not qualify for States, they did have a successful season. They won a majority of their meets and worked hard to perform well. The 400 free relay team, which consists of Adriana Luttrell, Sarah Lorduy, Emmalyn Hill, and Savannah Crone, made it to Regionals where they did not qualify for states. However, at Regionals the girls beat the school record for their event. They finished with a time of 4:0
On Nov. 4 The Riverview High School Marching Band had a competition at Gather High School where it earned a Straight Superior, which is the highest score possible. The next competition will be this Sat., Nov. 11, here at Riverview High School. The competition starts at 3:30 p.m. and lasts all day.
This Friday Riverview faces Palm Harbor University at home for the final game of the season and senior night. Last Friday the Sharks faced the third blow-out loss in a row this season against Sarasota Riverview 0-41. Head Coach William Mosel was disappointed in the game, “Physically we were able, but mentally the team wasn’t there yet,” he said, “they didn’t do all thing they were supposed to do.” For the upcoming game against Palm Harbor, Mosel wants to see an improvement in
The Riverview High School swim team is approaching the end of its season after competing in its final meets and Districts. The first of these last few meets was one against King High School at the Temple Terrace YMCA. The girls’ team had a very close win, beating King 75-70. The boys’ team lost 85-69. Following the King meet, Riverview competed against Lennard High School at Apollo Beach. The boys’ team lost. The girls’ won this meet. Swim also competed in Districts, where bo