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Games for Tuesday January 29th

The JV/V Boys Basketball, JV/V Girls Basketball and the Freshman boys basketball games are STILL ON for tonight 🙂 Please share 🙂  

Cheer Meeting

There’ll be a CHEER meeting in the Common’s on Tuesday, February 5, after school. This meeting is for anyone interested in trying out for cheer next season. Meeting is for any 8th grader – 11th grader. See Coach McEvoy if you have any questions.

MS Games – Cancelled

Tuesday, January 29th, 2019 MS Games for tonight have been CANCELLED. (Boys @ Kenton and Girls @ home)

Pre-Sale Boys Basketball Tickets

Roughrider boys basketball will be at home this weekend. Friday vs. Bath Saturday vs. Sidney $6.00 Adults, $4.00 Students at the gate. Kids 6 and under are FREE We’ll have lots of things going on this weekend. FFA will be present for Operation Pail Mail – see an FFA Member or Mrs. Bambauer for more information-

SM Wrestling

Thursday, January 17th vs Kenton the boys won 51-31. Moving to 5-0 in duals on the year. Earning victories were Michael Crites 80lbs pin, Jacob Perez-Shinabery 92lbs, Carson Engel pin, winner’s by void Tristan Gardner, Jace Baker, Seth Brandt, Kayden Sharpe, Brice Saeler, and Braden Saeler. Thursday, January 24th boys defeated Elida 56-20, improving to

MS Boys Basketball

SM 7th grade boys improved to 8-6 with a win over a very good Parkway squad.  The game was tied up 7-7 after the first period, and Parkway led at halftime by a slim margin, 16-14.  After the half, Parkway jumped out by 8 in the 3rd quarter but the Riders didn’t quit.  They went

Athletico Night on February 9th

Athletico Physical Therapy is the proud provider of athletic training and physical therapy services to all Roughrider athletes! Be sure to stop by the Athletico Table on February 9th during the girls’ and boys’ basketball games. Meet the staff and find out why Athletico is Better for Every Body!

WBL Swim & Dive Championships

For the first time in school history, St. Marys Memorial Men’s Swim and Dive team finished 2nd.  The men’s team were led by Junior Kyle Lucas who won the 100 Breast and finished 2nd in the 200 IM.  He set the school record in both events.  Sophomore Xander Spees finished 2nd in the 100 Fly