Roseville Area Sports

Tue
10
Sep

RAHS boys soccer facing some growing pains

For the past four seasons, the Roseville Area High School boys soccer teams have have won more games that they’ve lost. If that streak is to continue this fall, the Raiders will have to come of age as the season progresses.
The Raiders are a young and inexperienced squad following large turnover on the roster. Between graduations and some defections, Roseville needed to replace more than half of its lineup from a year ago.

Tue
03
Sep

Roseville takes down Cretin

Since Cretin-Derham Hall joined the Suburban East Conference in 2005, the Raiders had beaten Roseville eight straight times and scored no fewer than 28 points in any of those contests. Roseville finally turned the tables on Cretin last week with by far its best defensive effort in the series.
Roseville held Cretin to two scores and pulled out a 15-12 victory last Friday at the University of St. Thomas.

Tue
03
Sep

Experienced group set to lead Concordia volleyball

With six starters and eight total letterwinners returning, the Concordia Academy volleyball team has its usual high expectations this season.
“We want a conference championship and to be in the championship game playing to go to the state tournament,” said head coach Kristin Fink.
Concordia won 19 matches last season and advanced to the Section 4AA semifinals before falling to Visitation.

Tue
27
Aug

Prep football kicks off this week - Roseville Area

The football teams at Roseville Area High School and Concordia Academy, thanks in large part to their well-organized conferences, avoid the scheduling issues that have plagued other teams in the state. Because of that, the Raiders and Beacons haven’t had to utilize the Zero Week scheduling exception.
Both teams play their first games this week. Here’s a look at each team leading up to their season openers.

Tue
27
Aug

Returnees set to lead RAHS swimming and diving squad

With 15 returning letterwinners on the roster this season, the Roseville Area High School girls swimming and diving has a solid nucleus around which to build. High school swimming is a numbers game, however, and the Raiders’ numbers are small.
“A strong lead swimmer in all events and four strong divers,” Roseville head coach Barbara VailOdash listed as her team’s strength. “We are a small team, which will affect our depth.”

Tue
27
Aug

Mix of veterans, newcomers set to lead RAHS girls CC

The Roseville Area High School girls cross country team qualified for the state meet for the fourth consecutive season last fall. Regardless of what kind of turnover the program has each season, getting back to state is always on the list of goals.
“Every year, that’s a goal for us,” said Roseville head coach Mary Schifsky. “The girls all kind of look at that. The girls all really like going to state.”

Tue
27
Aug

Returnees set to lead RAHS swimming and diving squad

With 15 returning letterwinners on the roster this season, the Roseville Area High School girls swimming and diving has a solid nucleus around which to build. High school swimming is a numbers game, however, and the Raiders’ numbers are small.
“A strong lead swimmer in all events and four strong divers,” Roseville head coach Barbara VailOdash listed as her team’s strength. “We are a small team, which will affect our depth.”

Tue
27
Aug

Mix of veterans, newcomers set to lead RAHS girls CC

The Roseville Area High School girls cross country team qualified for the state meet for the fourth consecutive season last fall. Regardless of what kind of turnover the program has each season, getting back to state is always on the list of goals.

Tue
27
Aug

RAHS girls soccer continues to develop

Two years ago the Roseville Area High School girls soccer team won just two games. That number jumped to 10 last season.
Roseville returns 14 letterwinners, including six starters, from last yearís squad and is looking to continue to be a formidable opponent.
“We would like to develop players and students so they can enjoy playing, have fun and be competitive,” said fourth-year head coach Jose Canas. “We have a lot of new players on our roster and we are developing players so we can compete in our conference.”

Tue
27
Aug

RAHS girls soccer continues to develop

Two years ago the Roseville Area High School girls soccer team won just two games. That number jumped to 10 last season.
Roseville returns 14 letterwinners, including six starters, from last yearís squad and is looking to continue to be a formidable opponent.

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