The Riverside High School Athletic Booster Club is committed to providing student-athletes at Riverside High School the very best facilities, equipment, protection and opportunities. We raise funds for uniforms, training equipment and team support.

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Ticket Taker and Concession Sign-Ups
by Sarah Bell posted 11/07/2017

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Former RHS Football Player Shines at Columbia
by Sarah Bell posted 10/07/2017

Former RHS Football Standout Shines at Columbia University

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RHS Spiritwear
by Sarah Bell posted 10/03/2017

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2017 Spring All-Conference Winners
posted 06/04/2017

2017 All-Conference Winners


POY- Chris Crabtree
-Ray Palma
-Anthony Rivera
HM-Chris Allen

Men's Golf
-Campbell Rand

Men's Lacrosse
-HM- James Drosdick

Women's Lacrosse
-Molly Woods

Women's Soccer
-Ellen McAdams
-Emily Maxwell
-Catherine Fishback
HM- Darby Heflin

-Jocelyn Coley


Men's Track

200 M -Sysco Whitaker

4x200 M Relay

400 M- HM Parker Klinck


Women's Track 

300 M Hurdles: Abira Reddish

800 M: Jordan Landis

4x400 Relay

Discus: HM Zykharia Roper

200 M: HM Abira Reddish

4x800 Relay


Men's Tennis
-Zach Kim
-Justin Mofield
-Brennan Pitts & Erich Choudhurry


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Men's Basketball, Football, and WLAX Clean Up School
posted 05/13/2017

Men's Basketball, Football, and WLAX Clean Up School Grounds

In an effort to create better playing and practice environments, these three teams spent practice time on Monday, May 8 voluntarily cleaning up around the Riverside High School Athletic Facilities.  

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WLAX-MLAX Finish Season with Switch Stick Game
posted 05/13/2017

Women's Lacrosse and Men's Lacrosse Celebrate Senior Night for Women


Due to a scheduling conflict, the women's lacrosse team's senior night was in jeopardy of not happening.  The men's and women's lacrosse team then decided to play the first annual "Switch Stick" game to celebrate the girls season.  The two teams were co-ed and the men had to use the women's stick and vice versa. Over 150 people were in attendance.  The event was so successful, both teams have discussed making it an annual event and potentially turning it into a charity fundraiser.  

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17-18 Physical Packet NOW AVAILABLE
posted 05/01/2017


2017-2018 Physical Packets


  • The 2017-2018 Physical Packet is now available below.
  • All forms must be signed and turned in to Sarah Bell in Sports Medicine.
  • If you have questions email:






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Women's Soccer Loses to Northern
posted 03/09/2017

Women's Soccer Lost to Northern 1-0 on Wednesday. 


Soccer plays next on Thursday at Southern. 

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Softball Falls to Chapel Hill
posted 03/09/2017

Softball lost to Chapel Hill 10-0 on Tuesday. 

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Baseball Loses Double Header to Glenn
posted 03/09/2017

Baseball Falls to Glenn in double Header 12-5 and 13-2

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Women's Lacrosse Loses Home Opener
posted 03/09/2017

Women's Lacrosse Falls to Athen's Drive in Home Opener


Goals Scored By:

Molly Woods

Janae Andrews

Ashley Cruz

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Women's Soccer Loses to Orange
posted 03/09/2017

Women's Varsity Soccer Lost to Orange HS on Monday 5-0. They play Northern at home on Wednesday. 

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Tennis Falls to Chapel Hill 7-2
posted 03/09/2017

Riverside Men's Tennis Lost to Chapel Hill on Monday 7-2



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Baseball Goes Scoreless against Orange
posted 03/03/2017

Varsity Baseball Falls to Orange 6-0 in Lightning Ended Game


The Pirates play next at home on Saturday at 3:30 vs. Cape Henry.

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Men's Tennis Loses to Cardinal Gibbons
posted 03/03/2017

Men's Tennis Lost to Cardinal Gibbons 8-1 on Wednesday.


Match won by Aaron Balleisen.

The Pirates are now 1-1 in PAC-6 Conference play.  Tennis will travel to Chapel Hil on Monday. 

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Varsity Women's Soccer Falls to Chargers
posted 03/03/2017

Varsity Women's Soccer Falls to Northwood Chargers 3-1 in Home Opener.


Goal was scored by Ellen McAdams in 1st Half. 

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Varsity Baseball Finishes Early Against Jordan Matthews
posted 02/27/2017

Varsity Baseball finishes early against Jordan Matthews winning 11-1


Baseball had a few huge innings that pushed them to the "mercy" rule beating Jordan Matthews by 10 runs in 5 innings.  The Pirates head to Hillsborough on Wednesday to face Orange HS at 5:00

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Women's Soccer Falls to Carrboro
posted 02/27/2017

Women's Varsity Soccer Falls to Carrboro 5-0


An injury stricken varsity team, lost a lopsided first game to Carrboro on the road.  The girls hope to regroup in their home opener against Northwood on Tuesday 2/28 at 4:45 and 6:30. 

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Men's Tennis Wins Them All in Home Opener
posted 02/27/2017

Men's Tennis Wins All Matches in Home Opener


The men beat Northern 9-0 on Monday 2/27 winning all singles and doubles matches.  Tennis next plays at Cardinal Gibbons on Wednesday at 4:30pm. 

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posted 02/21/2017

Senior Jaden Davis Wins 195lb State Tournament


On Saturday, Jaden Davis won the 195lb 4A State Championship. With a 6-2 decision over Michael Johnson, Jaden capped off 4 years of hard work and a stellar senior season with the biggest win of his career.  

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Varsity Men Fall to Hillside in 1st Round of PAC-6 Tourney
posted 02/15/2017

Men Fall in 1st Round of PAC-6 Playoffs to Hillside 74-66.


Leading Scorers:

Isaiah Reddish: 24 Points

Deshone Hicks: 18 Points

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Women End PAC-6 Run in 2nd Round
posted 02/15/2017

Women Beat East CH, but Fall to Hillside


The Varsity Women beat East Chapel Hill on Tuesday 56-41 in the first round of the

PAC-6 Tournament. 

Leading Scorers:

Aijah Perry: 14 points

Ashauntee Nelson: 12 points

Abira Reddish: 12 points


Varsity Women lost to number one seeded Hillside 65-34 in the second round of the PAC-6 Tournament. 

Leading Scorers:

Ladasia Jones: 13 points

Ashauntee Nelson: 9 points


The Women are projected to make the State Playoffs. 

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Josh Rigsbee places at swimming State Championships
posted 02/12/2017

Swimmer Josh Rigsbee placed 4th at State Championships


Josh placed 4th in both the 200m Individual Medley and the 100m Breast Stroke. 


Josh will continue to swim next year at UNCW. 

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3 Wrestlers Move Onto State Finals
posted 02/11/2017

Riverside Sends 3 Wrestlers to State Individual Finals


Noah Jacobs-132

Asante' Boler-140

​Jaden Davis-196


Herald Sun Article:

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Varsity Men's Basketball Honors Seniors
posted 02/10/2017

Men's Basketball Lose on Senior Night 72-60


Leading Scorers

-Deshone Hicks: 20 points

-AJ Davis: 14 points



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Women's Basketball Win on Senior Night
posted 02/10/2017

Riverside Women Win on Senior Night to Honor Tchernavia Griffin 72-60


Leading Scorers:

-Ladasia Jones: 15 points

-Ashauntee Nelson: 13 points

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Men's Varsity Basketball Blows past the Rockets
posted 02/07/2017

Men's Basketball Blows past the Rockets  77-64. 


Leading Scorers:

Isaiah Reddish: 30 points

AJ Davis: 30 points


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Riverside Squeaks Past Person
posted 02/07/2017

Riverside Pushes Past the Rockets 42-38


Leading Scorers

- Abira Reddish: 11 points

- Aijah Perry: 10 points

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Varsity Women Lose to Jordan
posted 02/06/2017

Varsity Women Lose to Jordan 49-43


Leading Scorers:

Abira Reddish: 15 points

Ashauntee Nelson: 11 points

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Varsity Women Lose to Jordan
posted 02/06/2017

Varsity Women Lose to Jordan 49-43


Leading Scorers:

Abira Reddish: 15 points

Ashauntee Nelson: 11 points

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Varsity Men Mount Comeback Over Falcons
posted 02/06/2017

Varsity Men Beat the Falcons 67-63


Leading Scorers:

AJ Davis: 18 Points

Isaiah Reddish: 16 Points

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Ellen McAdams Signs to play soccer at VCU
posted 02/02/2017

Ellen McAdams signed her National Letter of Intent on Wednesday to play soccer at Virginia Commonwealth University.

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Wrestling moves onto 3rd Round of State Duals
posted 02/02/2017

Riverside Wrestling Advances to 3rd Round of State Duals


Wrestling traveled to Cardinal Gibbons to compete in the first and second round of the State Duals Tournament.  Riverside picked up two wins to advance to the 3rd Round on Thursday 2/2/2017.


Riverside vs. Cardinal Gibbbons



Riverside vs. West Johnston



Riverside travels to Cary HS to compete in the 3rd and possibly 4th rounds of the state tournament on 2/2.

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JV Men Beat Hillside on Buzzer Beater
posted 02/02/2017

JV Men's Basketball beat Hillside 55-53


Justin Baker hit the game winning 3 pointer with 0.6 seconds left to put the Pirates up by two and seal the victory. 

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JV Girls Fall to Hillside
posted 02/02/2017

JV Girls Fall to Hillside 33-48

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Varsity Women fall to Hillside
posted 01/31/2017

Riverside Women Fall to Hillside 70-30

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Men's Basketball visits Easley, reads with 1st Graders
posted 01/28/2017

Men's Basketball Reads with Students at Easley Elementary


On Friday, the men's varsity basketball team took time to read with 1st grade students at Easley Elementary School. 

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JV Men blow past Northern
posted 01/28/2017

JV Men's Basketball beats Northern 65-48 to complete the 2-0 season sweep of the rivalry.




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Varsity Women fall to Hillside
posted 01/27/2017

Varsity Women fall to Hornets 59-39.


Leading Scorers:

        Aijah Perry: 11 points

        Ladasia Jones: 9 points



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Varsity Men's Basketball falls to Hornets
posted 01/27/2017

Riverside Men's Varsity Basketball Falls to Hillside 71-62


Leading Scorers:

      Isaiah Reddish: 28 Points

      Deshone Hicks: 10 Points



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Wrestling Beats East CH, Wins Conference Title
posted 01/27/2017

Riverside Wrestling beats East CH 78-0, wins conference title.


With the 78-0 win on Wednesday, the Pirates won the conference title, going undefeated in the PAC-6.  The Pirates have won 5 out of the past 7 PAC-6 conference championships. has the Pirates ranked 3rd in the state. The team will now move onto the dual regional state playoffs next week.    

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Cardinal Gibbons gets 4 games Sweep over Pirate Basketball
posted 01/27/2017

Pirate Basketball fell to Cardinal Gibbons in all four games on Tuesday


JV Girls  58-49


JV Boys   55-46


Varsity Girls 54-35

      Leading Scorers:

              Aijah Perry: 13 points

              Kayla Smith: 8 points

Varsity Boys  62-59

      Leading Scorers:

              AJ Davis: 24 points

              Isaiah Reddish: 13 points

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Wrestling has excellent showing at Riverside Invitational
posted 01/22/2017

Riverside Wrestling had a great showing at their home tournament on 1/21.  


The Pirates captured second place overall behind Cary High School. 

The following athletes had top finishes:

120lb: Jalen Adams- 4th

132lb: Noah Jacobs- 1st

138b: Asante' Boler- 1st

152lb: DeAnthony Bright- 2nd

160lb: Chris Whitaker- 1st

170lb: Jatavian Hart- 4th

195lb: Jaden Davis- 1st

285lb: Mike Farrish- 1st



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Varsity Men Mount Comeback over Knights
posted 01/22/2017

Varsity Men overcome huge deficit to beat Northern Durham 76-75


Leading Scorers:

Isaiah Reddish: 25 Points

AJ Davis: 16 Points


The men are in action next against Cardinal Gibbons at home on 1/24 at 7:00.

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Wrestling beats Person and Northern on Senior Night
posted 01/22/2017

Wrestling Senior Night, tradition flexes its muscles. 

Riverside vs. Person  51-21

Riverside vs. Northern 51-22


Riverside came away with two big wins this past Friday.  The Pirates faced two conference foes on Senior Night and came away 2-0 on the night setting them up to potentially win the PAC-6 Championship with another victory against East Chapel Hill on 1/25.  

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Varsity Women Blow Past East Chapel Hill
posted 01/17/2017

Varsity Women Blow Past The Wildcats


Leading Scorers:

Abira Reddish: 14 points

Ladasia Jones: 11 points

Aijah Perry: 11 points

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Varsity Men can't jump past East Chapel Hill
posted 01/17/2017

Riverside Varsity Men couldn't push past East Chapel Hill on 1/13/17.  


The men fell to the Wildcats 62-52.

Leading Scorers:

     AJ Davis: 15 points

     Andrew Freeman: 11 points

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JV Men fall to East Chapel Hill
posted 01/17/2017

JV Men's Basketball Falls to the Wildcats on 1/13 58-51. 


The JV men will play next on 1/24 at Cardinal Gibbons HS at 6:30pm. 

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JV Women push past the wildcats
posted 01/17/2017

JV Women's Basketball Pushes Past East Chapel Hill 41-33


There next game will be at Cardinal Gibbons on 1/24/2016 at 5:00

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Varsity Men Shoot Down the Rockets
posted 01/08/2017

Varsity Men Shoot Down the Rockets 78-60.

Riverside's men had an excellent shooting night on Thursday and cruised past Person.


Leading Scorers:

AJ Davis: 23 Points

Isaiah Reddish: 23 Points

Andrew Freeman: 18 Points

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Varsity Women win Big at Home vs Person
posted 01/08/2017

Varsity Women win Big at Home vs Person 57-35.


Leading Scorers:

Abira Reddish: 19

Ladasia Jones: 14

Nala Terry: 13

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Women's JV loses to Person on the Road
posted 01/08/2017

Women's JV loses to Person on the Road 35-39.

The women traveled to Roxboro on Thursday to battle conference opponent, Person High School. The women lost by 4 in a tight game. 




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JV Men Win by Double Digits at Person
posted 01/08/2017

JV Men's Basketball Win by

Double Digits at Person 55-45


The JV men's basketball team traveled to

Roxboro on Thursday and left with a 10 point victory. 

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Varsity Women Cruise Past Apex Friendship 56-14
posted 12/21/2016

Varsity Women Cruise Past Apex Friendship 56-14


The varsity women's basketball team took on Apex Friendship Tuesday evening. The following led the way:

Ashauntee Nelson: 22 points

Aijah Perry: 10 points


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JV Men's Basketball Pushes Past Apex Friendship
posted 12/21/2016

JV Men's Basketball won by double

digits against Apex Friendship Tuesday 12/20. 


Leading Scorers:

Trey Goldsmith: 16 Points

Delsaan Alston: 14 Points


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Men's Varsity Basketball Handles Apex Friendship 66-41
posted 12/21/2016

Men's Varsity Basketball handles Apex

Friendship easily on Tuesday night 66-41.


Leading Scorers:

Isaiah Reddish: 19 Points

Andrew Freeman: 12 Points

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Wrestling Has Top Finishes at WRAL invitational
posted 12/19/2016

Jaden Davis

Wrestling attended WRAL Invitational at Athen's Drive HS this past weekend. Came Away with 4 top finishes.


Asante' Boler-145lb-  6th Place

Chris Whitaker-160lb-  7th Place

Jaden Davis- 195lb-  3rd Place

Michael Farrish- Heavyweight- 3rd Place 

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Swimming vs. Jordan
posted 12/16/2016

Riverside Swimming hosted Jordan High School on Wednesday afternoon at Campus Hills Pool.

Boys:                             Girls:

     Jordan: 130                          Jordan: 168

     Riverside: 117                      Riverside: 78



Boys 200yd Medley Relay

       -1st Place 

       -Time of 1:48.02 (Matthew Rigsbee, Josh Rigsbee, Zach Archer, and Axel Ampuja)

Boys 400yd Freestyle Relay

       -1st Place

       -Time of 3:40.78 (Matthew Rigsbee, Axel Ampuja, Zach Archer, and Josh Rigsbee)

200yd Freestyle

       -1st Place

       -Zach Archer

       -Time of 2:07.97

500yd Freestyle

       -2nd Place

       -Rebecca Finch

       -Time of 7:10.28

100yd Butterfly

       -1st Place

       -Josh Rigsbee

       -Time of 55.29

100yd Breastroke

       -1st Place

       -Josh Rigsbee

       -Time of 1:02.12 (automatic qualifier)

100yd Freestyle

       -1st Place

       -Matthew Rigsbee

       -Time of 53.13

100yd Backstroke

       -1st Place

       -Matthew Rigsbee

       -Time of 1:03.04

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Riverside Men Win Over Rolesville
by posted 12/15/2016

Riverside Men's Basketball tops Rolesville High School 72-66. 

Leading Scorers:

        Isaiah Reddish- 19pts

        AJ Davis- 14pts


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Wrestling Takes Down Hillside
posted 12/14/2016

Jatavian Hart

Riverside Wrestling put on a show Tuesday night as they hastily defeated crosstown foe, Hillside.  

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The Booster Club Needs You
posted 12/01/2016

Volunteers Needed

The RHS Booster Club needs you. We are an all volunteer organization of parents, teachers, coaches, students, alumni, and members of the community dedicated to supporting Riverside student athletes. 

Please contact  if you are interested in helping out. The board makes decisions on what projects to support and what fundraising happens.

- We need your help identifying team and facility needs. The booster club loves to help teams out. Whether you see a need that is big or small, please let us know.

- We need your help with fundraising for our teams. We have established a sponsorship program in an effort to raise money from area businesses. We would like for this program to take the place of students and their parents selling things, but the sponsorships won't sell themselves. Do you own a business or know someone who does? We will gladly customize a sponsor program to suit your needs. Details on the sponsor program may be found here.

- We need your help keeping this new website current. We welcome new content - pictures, stories, game scores & stats, and any ideas you have to make the website better. Your content, comments, and ideas may be submitted to , , or to . We can also give you team access to make updates yourself.


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51 Projects Funded by the Booster Club
by Todd Patton posted 11/01/2015


The Booster Club is proud to support every Riverside team and athlete. Over the past 3 years, the Booster Club has spent $62,282 on behalf of Riverside Athletics, including the following: 

Nov 2015 Baseball - Backstop Padding $650
Nov 2015 M/W Basketball - Shoot-away Remote $109
Oct 2015 Golf - Team Bags $548
Oct 2015 Cross Country - Meet Fees (1/2 cost) $450
Sep 2015 Wrestling - Takedown Mat $525
Sep 2015 Wrestling - Uniforms (2/3 cost) $1,200
Sep 2015 Women's Soccer - Uniforms (2/3 cost) $2,997
Sep 2015 Volleyball - Uniforms (2/3 cost) $956
Sep 2015 Swimming - Meet Manager Software $398
Aug 2015 Video Management $2,599
Aug 2015 Field Hockey Goals $2,400
Aug 2015 Two $500 College Scholarships $1,000
Aug 2015 Website Hosting Fee $575
May 2015 Athletic Recognition Day $145
May 2015 Sports Medicine Equipment $210
Mar 2015 Soccer Training Equipment $216
Dec 2014 Swimming Caps $880
Aug 2014 Men's Soccer Uniforms (1/3 cost) $1,490
Aug 2014 Website Hosting Fee $575
Aug 2014 Video Management $2,399
Jul 2014 Two $500 College Scholarships $1,000
Jun 2014 Women's Tennis Uniforms (1/3 cost) $325
Jun 2014 Men's Basketball Uniforms (1/3 cost) $787
Jun 2014 Football Coach Communication System (1/3 cost) $1,301
Mar 2014 Soccer Equipment $621
Mar 2014 Baseball Uniforms (1/3 cost) $1,126
Feb 2014 Baseball - 2 Protector L-Screens $927
Feb 2014 Softball Uniforms (1/3 cost) $506
Jan 2014 Men's Tennis Uniforms (1/3 cost) $601
Jan 2014 Men's Lacrosse Uniforms (1/3 cost) $2,051
Jan 2014 Women's Lacrosse Uniforms (1/3 cost) $1,176
Nov 2013 Wrestling - Gear Bags $1,090
Nov 2013 Softball - Batting Cage Netting $1,017
Oct 2013 Gymnasium Floor Mat $440
Oct 2013 Basketball - M/W - Ball Storage Rack $175
Oct 2013 Swimming - Timing System (1/2 cost) $412
Sep 2013 Cross Country - Uniforms (1/3 cost) $475
Aug 2013 Athletic Dept/Booster Club Website $775
Aug 2013 Two $500 college scholarships $1,000
July 2013 Basketball – M/W – Shoot Away training equip. (1/4 cost) $1,000
July 2013 Soccer – M/W – backstop net system (2/3 cost) $2,815
July 2013 Football – training equipment $1,795
May 2013 Football – blocking sled (1/3 cost) $1,810
May 2013 Lacrosse – Women's goalie safety gear $930
Apr 2013 Weightroom upgrade (½ cost) $5,597
Feb 2013 Baseball pants $1,600
Feb 2013 Stadium goal post covers $1,000
Jan 2013 Basketball – Men's uniforms $1,000
Jan 2013 Stadium sound system $5,529
Aug 2012 Two $500 college scholarships $1,000
Feb 2012 Gymnasium chairs (½ cost) $1,900

There are many more projects we would like to take on, especially uniforms. Some teams have uniforms that are more than 5 years old. 

You can help us. We are working on fundraising plans for 2015-16. We have Pirate shirts for sale. And we have a business sponsor program that is ongoing.
We welcome your ideas for new projects, and any help you can offer to make Riverside even better.



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