#11 Regis Jesuit Heads to Final Four after defeating #3 Horizon 55-46

#11 Regis Jesuit Heads to Final Four after defeating #3 Horizon 55-46

Michael Manoogian
March 4, 2017
Filed under Features, Showcase, Sports

After #9 Lakewood defeated #1 Highlands Ranch and #12 Cherry Creek beat #4 Ralston Valley, Raider fans had hope for another upset as #11 Regis Jesuit went in taking on #3 Horizon. The game started with junior Noelle Cahill making the first basket of the game followed with an interception by Emma Wrede...

Life Before, During, and After the Game

Daniel Carr '19
December 14, 2016
Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, Features, Sports, Uncategorized

Athletes go through many challenges while getting to the level to play professionally, but these athletes have to overcome many difficulties they face, and make it to the top level. I was extremely fortunate to have the incredible honor to interview four of the nation's top current and former sporting...

Raiders Take Third In 5A Football Semifinals

Raiders Take Third In 5A Football Semifinals

Hannah Smith '20
November 26, 2016
Filed under Sports

As kickoff ensued, it was plain to see just how fierce the fight for a spot in the finals would be.

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RJTV Presents: Regis Jesuit Golf State Champs

RJTV Presents: Regis Jesuit Golf State Champs

November 1, 2016
Filed under RJTV, Sports

RJTV reporters Walker Fuller and Brent DiBiase talk to the Regis Jesuit High School 2016 Golf State Championship Team before they took home the State Title. This is Regis' 6th golf title in the last 7 years.

Kobe Bryant and A Career to Remember

May 23, 2016
Filed under Sports

Will basketball be the same without Kobe? On November 30, 2015 Kobe Bryant announced that he would retire after this current season. Kobe Bryant was one of the greatest basketball players of all time and his career showed for it. Kobe was “THAT MAN” according to every lakers fan a...

Pursuit of Perfection: Warriors bounce back in Game 2

Pursuit of Perfection: Warriors bounce back in Game 2

Bohdan O'Shaughnessy '19, Chris Long '19
May 20, 2016
Filed under Sports, Uncategorized

After a crushing defeat in Game 1, Stephen Curry and Warriors bounced back with vengeance to top the Thunder Wednesday night.  To be exact, they won by 27 points, 118-91. Finally gathering himself, the MVP champ scored 28 points on 60% shooting.  At point in the third quarter, he went on a 15-2...

State: A Redemption Meet

State:  A Redemption Meet

Colton Barry, Breaking News
May 18, 2016
Filed under Features, Sports

A healthful reminder. The swimming state championships are this weekend at the Air Force Academy. This year there are twenty-eight athletes competing in the state championship swim meet, and there are seven new athletes that qualified last week during A-Leagues. As state approaches, the swimmers...

Who is going to win the Stanley Cup?

Lee Allen '19, Publisher
May 18, 2016
Filed under Opinions, Sports

I think that the San Jose Sharks and the Pittsburgh Penguins are going to be in the Cup Final.  Lets start with the Penguins. They are on fire right now. Rookie goalie, Matt Murray coming in for injuried star goalie Marc-Andre Fluery, has played fantastic so far in the playoffs. Beating the Presidents...

Pursuit of Perfection: Warriors Advance to Conference Finals

Pursuit of Perfection: Warriors Advance to Conference Finals

Bohdan O'Shaughnessy '19, Christopher Long '19
May 12, 2016
Filed under Sports, Uncategorized

Klay Thompson's 33 points and Stephen Curry's 29 proved too much for the Trail Blazers last night.  With a 125-121 victory, the Warriors won the series 4 games to 1.    They will now play the winner of the series between Oklahoma City Thunder and the San Antonio Spurs, which OKC currently leads 3-2.

Pursuit of Perfection: Warriors top Trail Blazers in OT

Pursuit of Perfection: Warriors top Trail Blazers in OT

Bohdan O'Shaughnessy '19, Christopher Long '19
May 10, 2016
Filed under Sports

Last night was the first time MVP champion Stephen Curry played since Game 4 of the first round.  Nevertheless, he put up 40 points.  17 of those points coming in overtime. While he might have started slow, shooting poorly from outside the arc, his dominant display late in the game was enough to...

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