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Rough Rider All Sports Boosters Change Monthly Meeting Day

Rider Fans, The Rough Rider All Sports Boosters have changed their monthly meeting day from the 2nd Wednesday of every month to the 1st MONDAY of every month. This change begins with the August meeting, now scheduled for Monday, August 7th at 7 PM at Roosevelt High School. Most meetings will be held in the

Rough Rider Football Meet the Coach Night Scheduled for Panini’s of Kent

Attention Rider Football Fans, Mark your calendars for Tuesday, March 6th from 5 PM  – 9 PM as Panini’s of Kent will sponsor a Rough Rider Football Meet the Coach Night. New Rough Rider Head Football Coach Mark Geis will be on hand to meet all Rough Rider football fans and to talk about the

Kendra Kline Commits to Kent State University

Rough Rider senior soccer player Kendra Kline has signed a national letter of intent to attend Kent State University in the fall and play soccer for the Golden Flashes. Kendra, a 4 time letter winner for the Rough Riders, was also named Offensive Player of the Year and received 2nd Team All-District honors. CONGRATULATIONS KENDRA!!

2018 Rough Rider All Sport Boosters Night at the Races

Rider Fans, The 2018 Rough Rider All Sports Boosters annual Night at the Races fundraiser is scheduled for Saturday, March 3rd at Roses Run. Make plans to attend this exciting night of fun, food and drink as we support the organization that supports our student athletes. Click on the link below for your 2018 registration

Kayla Fischer Officially Commits to The Ohio State University

Congratulations to Senior Rough Rider Kayla Fischer as she has officially committed to The Ohio State University where she will play soccer for the Buckeyes in the fall. Kayla is an outstanding two sport athlete for the Rough Riders and recently shattered the Theodore Roosevelt women’s basketball career points scored record vs. Field. Congratulations Kayla!

Mark Geis Selected As New Rough Rider Football Coach

The Kent City School District and the Theodore Roosevelt Athletic Department are pleased to announce the selection of Mark Geis as the new head football coach at Theodore Roosevelt High School pending February board of education approval. Coach Geis is an experienced educator, teacher and football coach. He most recently was the head football coach

New Website Look

Together with our partners at VNN, we’ve updated our website’s design to ensure that all members of the community are able to follow our teams. This includes being mobile-friendly, tablet-friendly, and ADA-compliant. And because there have been some changes, we want to make sure you know where to find your favorite stories and essential information.

Rough Rider Schedules Now on ArbiterLIVE

Rider Fans, Due to changes in our scheduling program, ScheduleStar, the Roosevelt Athletic Department suggests getting your team schedules on ArbiterLIVE. The advantage of using ArbiterLIVE is that all of our schedules, once entered on the Arbiter, are real time schedules. Which means as soon as a game is postponed, canceled or changed, ArbiterLIVE is

Touchdown Club Award Winners

Congratulations to the following Roosevelt athletes and coach as they have been recognized as 2017 Fall Sport All Stars by the Akron Touchdown Club. Volleyball – Mary Marsh, Sydney Barnwell Women’s Golf – Grace Thompson Women’s Soccer – Kayla Fischer Women’s Golf Coach of the Year – Bryan Harvey These Rough Riders will be honored

Required Lindsay’s Law Video and Informational Handout for all Rough Rider Parents & Athletes

Good Morning Rider Parents and Athletes, Beginning this school year, the State of Ohio, the Ohio Department of Education and the OHSAA are requiring parents of participating high school and middle school athletes and ALL athletes to become familiar with the new Lindsay’s Law pertaining to sudden cardiac arrest in athletes. In addition to specific coach’s

2017 – 2018 Athletic Ticket and Pass Information

  Roosevelt Athletics 2017 – 2018 Admission Prices Tickets Adult Tickets– $6.00 when purchased at athletic events. Student Tickets– $4.00 when purchased at athletic events other than football. Presale Student Tickets for Football– $4.00 when purchased at lunch or after school on game day at RHS or SMS.                – Student tickets at the gate for

2018 OHSAA Spring Sports Parent and Athlete Meeting

The 2018 Spring Sports Parent and Athlete Meeting will take place on Monday, February 12th  at Roosevelt High School. The meeting will begin at 7:00 PM in the RHS auditorium.This required OHSAA meeting should be attended by all Roosevelt and Stanton spring athletes and their parents or guardian. Please call 330-676-8770 with any questions.

Kent Roosevelt High School Girls Varsity Track finishes 5th place

Friday, May 26, 2017 4:00 PM Place 5 Points 4 Meet Recap Korrin Spurlock ran her career best 800 meters (2:16) to finish 5th at the Division I regional track & field meet. She places herself in the Top 20 800 meter runners in the state of Ohio. Outstanding job Korrin! Opponents School Place Points

Kent Roosevelt High School Girls Varsity Track finishes 1st place

Friday, May 19, 2017 4:00 PM Place 1 Points 14 Meet Recap Congratulations to Rajah Boykin who finished 2nd in the 100 meters and Korrin Spurlock who finished 3rd in the 800 meters. Both advanced to the Regional Track & Field meet at Austintown this week. Outstanding job! Opponents School Place Points Kent Roosevelt High

Kent Roosevelt High School Girls Varsity Track finishes 3rd place

Wednesday, May 17, 2017 4:00 PM Place 3 Points 6 Meet Recap Congratulations to Miranda Bowser for placing 3rd in the shot put (36 ft. 9.5 in.) and advancing to the Regional Track & Field meet next week. Opponents School Place Points Kent Roosevelt High School 3 6

Kent Roosevelt High School Girls Varsity Track finishes 6th place

Thursday, May 11, 2017 4:00 PM Place 6 Points 65 Meet Recap Congratulations to the Lady Tracksters at the League Championships last evening. League scorers included: Pole Vault: Bella McCarty, Helena Esparza, Discus: Theresa Bailey, Miranda Bowser, 4 X 400: Riley Atkinson, Jenna Welch,1600: Lily Young, Long Jump/200: Shannon Larkin, 4 x 100/200: Jordan Dennis,

Kent Roosevelt High School Girls Varsity Track finishes 5th place

Tuesday, May 9, 2017 4:00 PM Place 5 Points 14 Meet Recap The Lady Tracksters are sitting 5th overall with three events done. Congratulations to the 4×800 team of Korrin Spurlock, Jenna Welch, Riley Atkinson, and Lily Young for finishing in 3rd. In the Shot put, Miranda Bowser finished second. Opponents School Place Points Tallmadge

Kent Roosevelt High School Girls Varsity Track finishes 3rd place

Thursday, May 4, 2017 4:00 PM Place 3 Points 68 Meet Recap Finishers included: 3200 meter champion – Melina Salisbury, Distance Medley champions – Jenna Welch, Riley Atkinson, Korrin Spurlock, Pole Vault champions – Helena Esparza, Maddie Graham, Bella McCarty, and Shot Put champion – Miranda Bowser. Opponents School Place Points Kent Roosevelt High School

Kent Roosevelt High School Girls Varsity Track finishes 2nd place

Tuesday, April 25, 2017 4:00 PM Place 2 Points 47 Meet Recap Tonight’s 1st place finishers included: Lily Young, Riley Atkinson, Miranda Bowser, Bella McCarty, Liz Wiltanger, Jenna Welch, and Korrin Spurlock. Opponents School Place Points Kent Roosevelt High School 2 47

Kent Roosevelt High School Girls Varsity Track finishes 5th place

Saturday, April 22, 2017 9:00 AM Place 5 Points 66 Meet Recap The Lady Tracksters faced a tough field today with only 9 athletes. Misao Christian, Braydn Harris, Melina Salisbury, Raushaunah Boykin, Jasmine Moxley, Victoria Crawford, and Rajah Boykin all scored for the Rough Riders. Miranda Bowser was the shot put champion and Korrin Spurlock

Ring the BELL!

Thank you to Junior Andrew Jaggers and his father Brian Jaggers, for donating this bell to the Spc. Adam S. Hamilton Fitness Center.  Rough Rider athletes will “ring the bell” when they have achieved a new personal record in their off-season workouts.  Ring the Bell, Rough Riders!