High Tide

Girls Softball finishes Bay League in third place

Michael Solomando, Staff Writer

May 25, 2018

That’s a wrap.The girls softball season has come to an end and although it didn’t end as well as they might have hoped, the team agrees it was a memorable experience that all the members of the team will remember and cherish forever. The girls finished with an overall record of 12-16 (Bay League rec...

RUHS will run at Azusa after a successful Bay League meet

Sangjun Lee, Staff Writer

March 29, 2018

Track is preparing for the Azusa Distance Meet of Champions this Saturday. The Meet of Champions (MOC) has been a highly competitive meet for over a decade. It features both fast invitational races and slower non-invitational races that match athletes with others at or near their racing ability, reduc...

Title contenders

Michael Solimando, Staff Writer

February 20, 2018

Girls basketball finished their Bay League schedule with a record of 9-1, following a 62-32 victory against cross-town rival Mira Costa High School. The team finished the regular season with a total record of 21-5. The girls will be going into the CIF Southern Section Division 2AA playoff bracket ra...

Boys Basketball

Liam Barrett, Staff Writer

February 20, 2018

Finishing Bay League with a record of 9-1, boys basketball is set to play Loyola in the first round of the CIF playoffs. With some returning players remembering a deep run last year, the team is motivated to do better this time around. Senior Kyle Carter explains how important these playoffs are to ...

Boys soccer prepares for CIF games

Alex Laureno, Staff Writer

February 20, 2018

The last whistle blows, signaling the end regular season for boys soccer. With a 6-5 record, the team's eyes are set on the CIF championship title. “We need to continue working hard, there’s always room to improve in all areas mentally and physically for the crucial games in the end of this seaso...

Cheer competition team falls 0.2 points short from first place at Palms and Pyramids competition

Amanda Ban, Staff Writer

January 10, 2017

On Sunday, the cheer competition team scored 86.57 out of 100, which is 0.2 points less than the score of the first place winners, at the Palms and Pyramids competition. In order to advance to nationals they needed a score of at least 75, which the team exceeded. Junior Cindy Nwokedi feels t...

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