The Riverview High School basketball team lost 46-29 to Newsome last week. Alexa Morel led them in scoring, with 13 points. She shot 3 for 7 on field goals and 7 for 9 on her free throws; having had two rebounds and a steal. RVHS Head Girls Basketball Coach Gerard Batista stated, “We had great defense the first half and we kept our momentum going. Hopefully the team keeps up the great defense.” Five days later they went on to beat Plant City 54-31. Olivia Zorilla led the scor
Last Monday, the Sharks wrestled Newsome in a dual match. Riverview won 52-19 with several big wins in each of the individual matches. Head wrestling coach Ryan Hall says, “It was a stressful beginning when we showed up and saw that their scale was half a pound heavier than ours.” This would’ve been stressful, because it could throw off the weight classes of wrestlers. First and foremost, Josh Guerra had an astounding victory pinning his opponent in 11 seconds. Carmelo Edward
Riverview high School’s boys varsity basketball team has been game-packed in last two weeks and will remain that way for the weeks to come.
Starting with a victory against Jefferson High School by a landslide of 32 points; this away game took place the 15th.
The game against the Dragons was a landmark game for the Sharks, the first time every player scored at least once in a single game. Assistant Coach Brian Bowman was very content with how the whole te
Riverview High School’s girls’ soccer team took home an important win for their first district game on Jan. 24 against Eastbay High School. The final score for this game was 4-0 with Aliyah Farmer being the highest scorer for this game. The girls’ soccer coach, Coach Fearon, added that his team “looked very good on the field” and that “they worked very well together” during this game. Scores for Riverview High School Girls’ Soccer Team (Eastbay District game): Aliyah Farmer-
Athletes in our Boy's Cross Country Team and Girl's Volleyball team were honored for their higher GPA in the county. ( pictured from left to right: Alex Seijo, Jacob Lancaster, Nick Franklin, and Coach Mary Rivera) ( Pictured from left to right: Mia Cervetti, Sarah Mapu, and Lianna Becker)
Last weekend, the Riverview wrestling team competed in the Tiger Duals, in which they took second place. They beat Bayshore 84-0, Palmetto 61-18, Braden River 58-9 and Lemon Bay 42-25 but, lost to Jesuit 69-3. An overall amazing performance by our athletes. Head Wrestling Coach Ryan Hall said, “It was a good opportunity to wrestle outside the county, but seeing our scores we need to make improvements.” Some honorable mentions the coach sent out to wrestlers who contributed in
Wrestling The RVHS Wrestling team is off to a good start on its season. During Winter Break, the squad captured the District Duals championship for the second consecutive year, the first team in the county to win it twice in a row. The Sharks posted a team record 15-0 in this year’s dual competition. Also, the team placed second in the Graves Invitational in mid-December. According to the coaching staff, some honorable mentions go out to Josh Guerra, who is currently ranked f