Mikie McConnell and Troy Frank


Roseville’s competitive cheer team placed fourth at two competitions. They placed fourth at Stevenson high school back on December 12 and at Cousino on December 20. They took second at the Utica competition on January 14.


Varsity bowling is on par; they are currently doing pretty well this season, but they did lose the last game. Junior Kyle Houvener got the title of top bowler for the squad. JV is doing really well with a 9-1 record. Soccer and bowler sophomore Theodore Halt is at the top of the list with his outstanding play. The girls have three wins and seven losses and their high roller is sophomore Jozlyn Ross. They played at Romeo on Jan. 30 where Varsity and JV both came in second, the girls did as well. Their teams’ seasons are over but there will be a singles tournament sometime in the future.


Wrestling is doing well with terrific performances by sophomore Elijah Weaver, junior Elijah Davis, and senior Nadarius Lee. They wrestled on Jan. 29 and toppled Henry Ford, but did not get past Lamphere. They then went at it again on Jan. 31 and didn’t do so well, only beating one school. On Feb. 7, their performance quickly picked up. Weaver came in third place and and senior Jon Dareo took second.

Boys Basketball

The Roseville Panthers varsity boys’ basketball team is currently in fifth place in the M.A.C. White division with a record of 2-2 inside the division and 5-5 outside the division.  Our two losses in the M.A.C. White division were against Utica Ford and the current division leader Stevenson. Our panthers have fallen short by two points in three out of our five losses this year, losing by two points to Pontiac Notre Dame Prep in our season opener, New Baltimore Anchor Bay, and to Utica Ford in a thrilling in division match up. Our five wins have been against St Clair Shores Lake Shore, Fraser, Romeo,Grosse Pointe North,and Warren Fitzgerald. Our wins over Warren Fitzgerald and Grosse Pointe North were our two victories inside the M.A.C. White division. “We’re starting to all come together, and we’re looking forward to going on a run going into districts to win another M.A.C. White title,” senior captain Ryan DiCiacca said.

Girls’ Varsity Basketball

The team is off to a great start on their season. They are 8-6 on the season and 4-4 in the MAC gold divisionpulling them into second place. Their best game of the season so far was against Lakeview where they won 61-48.

“The girls worked really hard to win that game and was our highest scoring game of the season”, Coach Andrew Houghton said.

They lost on Jan. 27 to Marysville but whooped Warren Woods Tower, 51-34. They lost to Port Huron Feb. 5 by ten. They played again on Feb. 6 where they won a nail biter. St. Clair is where an excellent game took place from Nija Collier, which had 30 points. Congratulations to your excellent accomplishment.They finishedstrong and had a bunch of great performances. Nice season girls!

Girls’ junior Varsity Basketball

They did not start or finish well. It was a very difficult season for the team. They did have some bright spots when it comes to individual performance however. That would include late game heroics by Sam Everitt with two three-pointers late in the game against Port Huron on Feb. 5. While it wasn’t so great, let’s hope this season fuels your fire for the next.


Our Roseville high schools boys swim and dive team is currently 0-8 in the M.A.C Gold division. Our Panthers only have 13 swimmers and no divers and with the swimmers only being allowed to swim in four events (two individual events and two relays) and there being nine individual events and three relays that take up four swimmers each,we can’t even fill up all three lanes for each event. The swimmers we do have are good at what they do, Branden Leopp swimming the backstroke at a time of 1:06.89 qualifying for the all-county meet, Greg Rosol swimming the 100 freestyle in a time of 57 seconds. Michael McConnell in the 50 freestyle swimming a 26:32.

“We just need to keep swimming,” said senior Tylor Roberts.