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Roqaiah Odeh

The new link leader members standing with the newspaper staff for the eighth grade welcome night.

Jasmine Zarves, Staff Reporter


There are an abundance of accomplishments and goals of 2017 at RHS. Here are some of the biggest highlights.

  1. The RHS symphonic choir has gotten straight ones at district solo and ensemble festival and choral festival and are now going to states.
  2. The varsity girls’ basketball team won the MAC silver/bronze tournament championship.
  3. The varsity boys’ basketball team advanced to regional finals.
  4. Alex Martin won homecoming queen and Anthony Robart won homecoming king.
  5. Marching Band earned a one at festival.
  6. Jon Grommons won RCS teacher of the year.
  7. Varsity boys bowling won the division this year, and placed second in the Macomb County Tournament.
  8. Marcus Fresh and Josh Butler both qualified for the wrestling state tournament, Fresch finished seventh place overall.
  9. The auto class took one car to the Detroit Autorama, won first in high school competition and third out of 14 professionals. They also took seven cars to the Cleveland Aurorama and won seven awards; every car won top three in their cars.
  10. RHS hired a new football coach, Mike Mahar, and technological parapro, Darius Jordan.
  11. There is a new softball coach, Clifford Piper.
  12. The varsity baseball team is looking to defend their division title for the fourth year.
  13. The wrestling team bought a  new wrestling mat with the school logo on it and the mat cost 10000 dollars.
  14. There is going to be a new “Link Leader” program in the upcoming 2017-2018 school year. A select number of our RHS students will be mentoring and helping freshmen make their first year of high school unforgettable.Jacob Mohn
    Tyler Atkinson
    The girls hoist the trophy after their victory in the MAC tournament against St. Clair.

    Jasmine Zarves
    Symphonic choir proudly holding up a one for their achievement earning a one.