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“Wildcats survive frenzy, beat Penn”

(file photo) Propelled by Davyion Anderson’s 14 points 1st half, Riley wildcats held off a frenzied fourth quarter rally by Penn to pull out a 54-52 victory on a cold winter night at Penn.

“Congrats Lady Wildcats”

Congrats to the Lady Wildcats who finished the NIC regular season 6-6. Congrats to Jazmen Watts who was named 2nd team All-Conference, and Imani Owens, Honorable Mention All-Conference.

“District-1 Player of the Week”

On Monday, the IBCA named Wildcats Jazmen Watts the District-1 girls basketball player of the week. In last Tuesday’s 77-38 win over Elkhart Memorial, Watts totaled 43 points, nine rebounds, four assists, and six steals. Watts scored 27 points in Riley’s 68-60 win at Clay also. (Information from South Bend Tribune)

“Well Done”

Riley Wildcats Swim Team celebrated “Senior Night” with a victory over Concord. Well done gentlemen.

“Riley Wrestlers Finish Strong”

Riley got a strong effort from senior Droshawn Lewis(138) junior Simeon North(145) senior Jessiah Marsh(152) and senior Alejandro Fuentes-Ortiz(220) were sectional champions.  There were strong performances also from Adriel Macedo(106) Ahmad Alkalil(182) Sergio Bueno(285) Darius Dickerson(113) Ray Frazee(126) Jevonte Jacobs(132) Timothy Brown(160) Josh Hicks(170) and Commander Jenkins(195).

“Riley captures boys city swim meet”

Riley’s boys swimming and dive team posted a team score of 649 to claim first place at Saturday afternoon’s South Bend City Meet at Riley High School. Clay finished second and St. Joseph finished third.

“South Bend is a Positive Coaching District”

SBCSC, believes in Positive Coaching. This new curriculum provides the Foundation of Positive Coaching. Positive Coaching provides a scientifically and philosophically sound way to teach athletes how to compete and perform their very best on a consistent basis. Positive Coaching frees athletes to prepare better, perform better, achieve more, and experience personal excellence. This empowers