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Choir and band perform annual Christmas concert

Choir and band perform annual Christmas concert

December 4, 2017

   Last Thursday, Nov. 30, choir and band put on their annual Christmas concert taking place at RMS. They performed old to new songs, solos to duets, and the one and only show choir performances.     Symphonic, Treble, and alumni kicked off the concert with “Carol of the bells”,  Jazz band then performed “The Christmas Song” and “We Three Kings.” Next up was Treble choir singing, “Winter Wonderland.” Chamber Ensemble performed “Three Traditional Christmas Carols.”  Marching band performed “Let It Snow” and “Right Down Santa Claus...

Red Wings playoff streak comes skidding to a halt

Red Wings playoff streak comes skidding to a halt

May 4, 2017

Every sports fan has that one memory that has always stuck with them and became the highlight of their team. Whether it is Detroit Tigers’ outfielder Magglio Ordóñez hitting a walk off homerun in game four of the 2006 American League Championship Series to punch their ticket into the World Series or Detroit Red Wings forward, Darren McCarty taking revenge on Claude Lemieux after a devastating, dirty hit on Kris Draper which lead to the best line brawl in NHL history everyone team has that one moment. Or even the 2004 Pistons and their fans showing their willingness...

Symphonic choir earns a one at festival

Symphonic choir earns a one at festival

March 16, 2017

          On Wednesday night, March 15, RHS symphonic choir ecstatically left the doors of Stoney Creek High school, earning a one at MSVMA choral festival. Singing their two pieces The King of Love by Henry W. Baker and Erev Shel Shoshanim by Yosef  Hadar. Symphonic choir has earned straight ones this year with all of their performances, recently, earning straight ones at Chippewa Valley High school for solo and ensemble festival. The difference between both festivals is that choral festival is the symphonic choir as a whole. Solo and ensemble festivals...

Varsity girls’ basketball reflects on spectacular season

Varsity girls’ basketball reflects on spectacular season

March 2, 2017

  The Lady Panthers played a hard fought game last night against Grosse Pointe North. They entered as the underdogs to a team that is four divisions higher. Regardless of the huge division gap, the Panthers did not go down without a fight. Throughout the first half, the team consistently scored from behind the arc and disrupted opposing players. They went into the locker rooms feeling good with a 31-28 lead. They proved they were a much better team than GPN bargained for and could be a force to be reckoned with. They stayed strong, until an unfortunate event happened...

Wrestlers earn spot at state finals

Wrestlers earn spot at state finals

March 2, 2017

  Who will be the next wrestling state placer for Roseville High School?  This year, head coach Justin Petrone has coached 215 pound junior Marcus Fresch and 171 pound senior Josh Butler to their respective first times to the wrestling state tournament hosted at the Palace of Auburn Hills throughout the next few days. Before the post season, Fresch had a record of 28 wins and seven losses. He worked his way through the season with the determination to place in the top five at the state tournament.  Fresch placed first at both Individual District and Regional...

Varsity Girls basketball looks to keep season alive in district semi-finals

Varsity Girls basketball looks to keep season alive in district semi-finals

March 1, 2017

On Monday the varsity girl’s basketball team kept their season alive by defeating Warren Woods Tower 56-31. They scored immediately after tip-off and never looked back. The girls played their best ball when the pressure seemed at its highest. Entering the fourth quarter, in the biggest game of their season thus far, the girls led 33-20. The girls elevated their play in the final quarter and looked in sync. Excellent defense led to multiple fast break attempts, which resulted in easy points. The rest was history. The girls were led offensively by Seniors Chantae' Parker...

Senior boys’ basketball players say farewell to the home court

Senior boys’ basketball players say farewell to the home court

February 27, 2017

Friday, Feb. 24, was the final home game for three seniors. Ricky Shackelford, Devin Martin, and Derrick Lawrence will all be missed next season. At the last few seconds, the two teams tied, leaving them with overtime. It was a close game but the three boys left off on a good note, beating Clintondale 55-51. Altogether the three seniors racked up a total of 14 points for the team. Martin with eight, Lawrence with four, and Shackelford with two. During the game, they added great value by holding strong defense for the team. All three boys have individually helped the ...

Girls’ basketball comes to an end for seniors

Girls’ basketball comes to an end for seniors

February 22, 2017

Last night, Feb. 21, marked one of the final high school basketball games for four girls.  With the season coming to an end, the girls are also letting go of four seniors who will be considerably missed.  The team played with heart yesterday, defeating Lincoln High School 57-23.   Just recently, the girls were announced as MAC Silver champs.  Following, they also received first place in the MAC tournament on Feb. 19.  For the seniors, these accomplishments were a significant way to wrap up the season.  Last night, was another memorable victory for the girls....

Girls defeat St. Clair to win MAC Silver/Bronze championship

Girls defeat St. Clair to win MAC Silver/Bronze championship

February 22, 2017

On Saturday, Feb. 18, the varsity girls basketball team played St. Clair in a MAC Silver/Bronze tournament championship at Dakota High School. This year’s team is lead by seniors Rayven Newberry, Chantae’ Parker, Nija Collier, and Ta’Laja Edwards. At the beginning of the game, the Panthers got off to a slow start. When the first half ended, the score was 17-10 in favor of St. Clair. As soon as the second half started things took a turn and heated up. “You practice how you play and we went out there on the court and handled our business, while giving it our a...

RHS commemorates Black History Month

Jalissa Long-Jolley, Business Manager

February 22, 2017

Filed under Global, Showcase, Winter

In order to progress in an era where our constant battle is freedom and happiness, it is essential that we remember how far we have already come. Black History Month allows us to celebrate all of the African-Americans who stepped up to the plate and changed our stubborn society for the better.  Without their important achievements, we would not be enjoying simple life pleasures such as living and working together where we aspire and do what satisfies our own happiness. Black History Month first started in 1926 by Dr. Carter G Woodson as “annual negro history week.” In 1976, the whole month of February was celebrated as we know it today, with the convenience of also reminiscing the birthdays of Frederick Douglass, an outspoken fugitive slave whose experiences were used as a testimony...

Varsity girls’ basketball roundup

Varsity girls’ basketball roundup

February 16, 2017

After winning the first round of the MAC tournament against Lincoln, girls’ varsity basketball moved on to play Warren Woods Tower. WWT came out strong in the first minute, but Roseville came back to end the first quarter 25-12. Strong defense by the Panthers helped shut down WWT to end the game 62-30. Senior Nija Collier and sophomore De’Braya Edwards both put up 16 points.  Senior Chantae Parker grabbed 11 rebounds and five steals, and also had great passing. The girls’ varsity basketball team is moving on to the championship game in the MAC tournament Satur...

Lady Panthers start off tournament with a win

Lady Panthers start off tournament with a win

February 13, 2017

On Feb. 10 the Roseville girls’ varsity basketball team competed in the MAC Tournament against Warren Lincoln. Senior Nija Collier led the team in points by scoring 16 points total. Also, junior Madelyn Lagassa, impressively showing off her skills, handled the ball well which contributed in the team's efforts to win.  At halftime, the Panthers led the game 35-5. The defensive and offensive sides of the ball were both competitive late in the second half. With the help of key players for the team, they were able to maintain their led. The final score of the match up was...

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