Category Archives: RCS Athletics

Jackie (Wilson) Moog (‘83) and Jim Cleveland (‘90) Elected to CVSF Hall of Fame

0 Submitted by on Wed, 14 February 2018, 12:17
Redwood Christian High School Alumni Jackie (Wilson) Moog and Jim Cleveland will be inducted into the Castro Valley Sports Foundation Hall of Fame on Saturday, April 21, 2018.  Elections are held every other year since the Hall of Fame was founded in 2010. Clutch Athlete and Teacher Jackie (Wilson) Moog is in her 19th year of teaching physical education and Continue Reading...
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Varsity Boys Basketball Starts BCL-E Playoffs

0 Submitted by on Tue, 13 February 2018, 14:42
The Redwood Christian Boys Basketball Team finished 2nd behind St. Joseph Notre Dame in the Bay Counties League, East (BCL-E).  The top four teams (St. Joseph, Redwood Christian, Head-Royce, and Bentley) will compete in league playoffs February 15-17 at Head-Royce in Oakland. On a Mission The Eagles are set not only to compete well in the league playoffs, but to Continue Reading...
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5th & 6th Grade Boys Basketball – B Team

0 Submitted by on Wed, 17 January 2018, 14:57
DATE DAY OPPONENT TIME Home/Away Scores 20-Jan Sat Fairview 8:30 H  Lost 40-10 27-Jan Sat East Avenue 8:30 H  Lost 33-2 10-Feb Sat Treeview 12:30 A  Lost 33-2 17-Feb Sat Redwood Christian B 9:30 H  Lost 30-14 24-Feb Sat Treeview 9:30 A 3-Mar Sat Palma Ceia 10:30 A 10-Mar Sat Fairview 12:30 H 17-Mar Sat Palma Ceia 11:30 A   Continue Reading...
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5th & 6th Grade Boys Basketball – A Team

0 Submitted by on Wed, 17 January 2018, 14:54
DATE DAY OPPONENT TIME Home/Away Scores 20-Jan Sat Creekside 12:30 H  Lost 34-18 27-Jan Sat Treeview 12:30 A  Lost 22-13 10-Feb Sat Palma Ceia 9:30 H  Won 36-17 17-Feb Sat Redwood Christian B 9:30 A  Won 30-14 24-Feb Sat Southgate 11:30 H 3-Mar Sat Washington Manor 11:30 A 10-Mar Sat Creekside 10:30 A 17-Mar Sat Canyon 12:30 H   Coach: Continue Reading...
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5th & 6th Grade Girls Basketball

0 Submitted by on Wed, 17 January 2018, 14:51
DATE DAY OPPONENT TIME Home/Away Scores 20-Jan Sat Creekside 3:30 H  Lost 13-3 27-Jan Sat Canyon 1:30 H  Lost 12-4 10-Feb Sat East Avenue 2:30 H  Lost 21-4 17-Feb Sat Palma Ceia 2:30 H  Won 23-6 24-Feb Sat Treeview 3:30 A 3-Mar Sat Creekside 3:30 A 10-Mar Sat Treeview 2:30 A 17-Mar Sat East Avenue 2:30 A   Coach: Sharene Continue Reading...
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RCHS Varsity Basketball Competes Over Christmas Break

0 Submitted by on Thu, 04 January 2018, 08:08
The Girls Varsity Basketball team participated in the 18th Annual West Coast Jamboree December 28-30th, competing against teams from all over California.  Teams from near and far travel to the Bay Area to participate in the West Coast Jamboree.  This year even a team as far as Artesia in Southern California joined the competition.  The Lady Eagles were challenged and Continue Reading...
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Two RCHS Students Sign NCAA Letters of Intent

0 Submitted by on Tue, 14 November 2017, 12:04
In a special assembly at Redwood Christian Middle and High School, senior athletes Skyler Gallarzan and Alex Williams signed NCAA Letters of Intent to commit to playing their sports (rowing and baseball, respectively) at the college level. November 8th was the first day of the year that student athletes can accept offers of athletic scholarships from a college or university. Continue Reading...
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Middle School Boys B Team Basketball

0 Submitted by on Tue, 14 November 2017, 10:25
  DATE DAY OPPONENT TIME H/A Dismissal Times Approx. RETURN Times Scores 1-Dec Fri Walnut Creek Christian Academy 3:30 A 1:55 5:30  Won 29-24 5-Dec Tues California Crosspoint 4:00 A 2:40 5:45  Lost 33-11 6-Dec Wed Head Royce 4:00 H after  Lost 40-15 11-Dec Mon Contra Costa Christian 3:30 H 2:25  Won 32-18 14-Dec Thurs Prince of Peace 3:30 A Continue Reading...
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Lady Eagles Fall in Three Game Net Battle

0 Submitted by on Mon, 06 November 2017, 14:23
SF Waldorf moves on. The No. 3 seeded Wolverines from San Francisco Waldorf High School defeated our No. 11 Eagles in three games: 25-16, 25-22, and 25-13 on November 4 in a Division V bi-district playoff. The Eagles trailed consistently in game one, but came out aggressively in game two. Their initial lead was challenged by kills from Wolverine outside Continue Reading...
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