Roseville’s defense hustled, hit, and never quit


Panther Prowl

RHS varsity defense lines up on the line of scrimmage. PC Jacob Mohn

Jalissa Long-Jolley and Jacob Mohn

On Friday, Sept. 30, the RHS varsity football won 15-7 against L’anse Creuse. The defense held the Lansers, forcing them to go three and out the majority of the game. Late in the third quarter, Senior Joshua Butler was the first to find the end zone after returning an interception for a touchdown. In the fourth quarter, junior Dominic Smith caught a touch down pass and ran it into the end zone. In the following play, junior Le’vonte Harris ran the ball in for a two point conversion. Throughout the game, Butler had two interceptions and junior Christian Calloway also received an interception.

“Under very nasty weather conditions we played as one unit and one team, that’s why we got the dub,” junior Christian Calloway said.