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Volleyball slams the competition

Volleyball slams the competition

Gregory Richardson, Reporter

September 18, 2019

After a tough 0-10 season, the  volleyball team rebounded, starting the year with a 3-3 record. Coach Mack took charge of the team. His plan was to adjust his coaching style to the potential of each player. "You must coach to the potential of your team," he said. "Try to help them realize their...

HCP Senior night slideshow 2019

Nikita Lewchuk, Reporter, Managing Editor

March 14, 2019

Archery aims for state

Archery aims for state

Jordyn Daniels, Reporter/ video editor

March 14, 2019

The Archery team's season came to an end, competing in the McLoud tournament on Feb. 9. The tournament was well-represented by the underclassmen of the team while the upperclassmen were taking the ACT. The smaller group of students were able to increase the overall team score by 150 points by ...

Swimming to State

Swimming to State

Camryn Anderson, Reporter

March 12, 2019

The swim team competed in the largest competitions of the year this February at the regional and state swim meets, with a record number swimmers competing. At Regionals, the swimmers included senior Alex Nadjkovic, sophomore Grace Ha, and freshmen Faith Morrison, Reyna Sun and Isabella Vega. Nadjkovic...

Homecoming 2019

Homecoming 2019

Jordyn Daniels, Reporter/ video editor

February 12, 2019

Rowing to Orlando

Rowing to Orlando

Camryn Anderson, Reporter

December 19, 2018

It was rower Lexi Wilson's novice year; three years ago. She was stroke C over the Novice Eight at regionals. " I just remember going ham on that piece, just like ripping it. That year we were so good, we were like really fast; faster than the 2V racers on the other side...,". That was the moment that...

“Shoot, Hustle, Win”: Basketball Home Opener

Camryn Anderson,, Reporter

December 6, 2018

From looking to avenge loss, game changing baskets and bitter team lessons, the basketball home opener was nothing less of memorable. On Friday, Nov. 16 the varsity teams hosted the Tulsa NOAH Jaguars.  The stands were full of students excited about the free game, and excited parents supporting the ...

Cross country stumbles at state

Gregory Richardson, Reporter

November 15, 2018

Citing weather conditions and an insufficient warm up, the cross country team fell behind at the state meet, placing 15th out of 32 teams in 4A. Most of the team agreed that weather was a major problem that lead to their overall poor performance. The time of day was also a strange change, causing...

‘Just keep rowing’

‘Just keep rowing’

Camryn Anderson,, Reporter

November 8, 2018

Over fall break two students on Riversport's  Youth Rowing League competed in the 54th annual Head of Charles Regatta in Boston.  Senior Lexi Wilson and Junior Anna Serven represented Oklahoma City in the three day competition, competing in the youth and women's division. Serven and Wilson were both in ...

Girls volleyball post season update

Gregory Rihardson, Reporter

October 23, 2018

By the end of their playing season, the girls volleyball team won 2 matches and lost  9. Sophomore Lizbythe Chavez, did not have the opportunity to play because of eligibility, but still felt like a member of the family. “During practice, I was an outside blocker. I stood on the top left of ou...

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