RAIDERS BOYS SOCCER TEAMS ROUT STURGIS
Rapid City Stevens improved to 6-1-1 on the season with a convincing 11-1 win over Sturgis Saturday evening. Derek Beaumont, Noah Storm, Brennan Lytle and Dallas Shoemaker scored two goals each and Rick Schleusener had a hat trick with three assists. Jake Matkins, Blake Bendt and Austin Schone also scored for the Raiders and Shoemaker, Jayce Haefs and Ethan Kellett dished out an assist each. The Raiders’ Nick Schmidt had four saves in the net. The Raiders JV squad overwhelmed Sturgis 19-0, taking 70 shots in the game with 50 on frame. Avery Rose had four goals and Bennett Fierro added three goals to lead the Raiders. Roger Sheets, Christian Crawford, Ethan Schulz and Nick Schmidt had two goals each and Devin Hansen, Amou Mumm, James Espinosa and Parker Usera also found the net. Espinosa had two assists with Jarek Spencer, Donovan Grause, Schmidt, Mumm , Grant Wotheius and Heath Van Heuveln each had one assist. The Raiders host Belle Fourche Saturday.
sophomores defeat cobblers
The Raider sophomore Volleyball team was in actin Tuesday night against he Cobblers or Rapid City Central. The Raiders started fast and hung on to get a 2-0 win.
STEVENS BOYS SOCCER UPENDS ST. THOMAS MORE
Seven different players scored goals as Rapid City Stevens overwhelmed St. Thomas More 11-1 at Sioux Park Stadium. Derek Beaumont, Austin Schone, Noah Storm and Blake Bendt scored two goals each and Ethan Kellett, Brennan Lytle and Dallas Shoemaker also found the back of the net with goals. Schone, Beaumont, Kellett, Storm, Rick Schleusener, Jayce Haefs and Bennett Fierro dished out assists in the contest. The Raiders outshot the Cavaliers 45-7 with a 25-4 edge on shots on goal. The Raiders improve to 5-1-1. The JV squad improved to 5-1 and defeated the Cavaliers JVs 10-0 with Roger Sheets collecting two goals and a goal each for Heath Van Heuvelyn, Jayce Haefs, Syd Kickland, Bennett Fierro, Grant Wotheius, Brandon Thomas, Donovan Grause and Devin Hansen. Christian Crawford collected a pair of assists and Haefs, Jake Matkins and Nick Schmidt also had an assist in the contest.
9th grade football
Get Ready for some football. The annual Rushmore Bowl is set for Friday evening. Game time is approximately 8pm. Get tickets today!
STEVENS SENIORS LEAD BOYS SOCCER WIN
Five seniors scored to lead the Raiders to a 5-0 win over Rapid City Central on the new Sioux Park Stadium turf. Noah Storm, Brennan Lytle, Rick Schleusener, Jordan Haefs and Austin Schone each scored in the contest, played in brisk winds and cold, rainy conditions. Despite facing a brisk wind, the Raiders outshot the Cobblers 12-1 in the first half with six shots on goal. For the game, the Raiders outshot Central 26-7 with 14 shots on goal compared to only three for the Cobblers. Stevens improves to 4-1-1 on the season. In the JV contest, the Raiders won 5-1 with two goals by Blake Bendt, and a goal each by Bennett Fierro, Jayce Haefs and Caden Williamson. The JV Raiders are 4-1 on the season. The Raiders play St. Thomas More Thursday and Sturgis Saturday.
raiders run fast
Last week the Runnin' Raiders competed in the Augie Twilight meet. We had success as a team and as individuals. The girls team took first and the boys team took third. The girls placed 5 in the top ten. Emily Person-2nd Jamie Schweiss-3rd Kendra Dykstra-7th Felicia Roskam-8th Mallory FIne-10th. The boys placed 3 in the top ten. Tom Pfeifle-4th Mark Poston-5th Connor Haaland-8th
Tuesday's soccer schedule
4pm Girls JV Nordemeer Field
4pm Boys JV Sioux Park stadium
6pm Girls Varsity Sioux Park Stadium
8pm Boys Varsity Sioux Park Stadium
jv softballers seeing success
5 Sept - Raider
JV v. SF Lincoln JV, Won 11-0
5 Sept - Raider JV v. SF Washington JV, Lost 9-6
6 Sept - Raider JV v. SF Lincoln JV, Won 14-2
6 Sept - Raider JV v. SF Washington JV, Lost 6-3
8 Sept - Raider JV v. Douglas Varsity, Won 7-3
8 Sept - Raider JV v. Central JV, Won 10-5
The Raider JV record stands at 12-4.
Next scheduled game is Monday, Sept 15th v. Douglas JV.
jv team flexes its muscles
The Jv football team traveled to Spearfish Monday to take on the Spartans. The Rout was on early and often. The Raiders defeated the Spartans 54-14
The Raider girls soccer team stayed unbeaten this past weekend by beating Aberdeen and Pierre. The link below gives a great overview of those wins plus other Raider goodies.
RAIDERS EARN WEEKEND SPLIT IN BOYS SOCCER
Two first half unassisted goals guided Rapid City Stevens to a 4-0 win over Pierre in boys soccer action. Derek Beaumont dribbled along the end line and scored in the 17th minute, followed by an unassisted goal from teammate Noah Storm in the 37th minute. Rick Schleusener and Austin Schone added goals in the second half on assists from Brennan Lytle and Beaumont. The Raiders outshot the Governors 26-5 with a 13-1 edge on shots on goal. Facing a pesky wind and playing on artificial turf for the first time in three seasons, the Raiders were unable to find the net in a 2-0 setback to Aberdeen Central the following day. Both teams took 18 shots with the Raiders adjusting to the odd bounces and speed of the ball from the turf conditions, getting off a number of shots late in the contest. The Raiders are 3-1-1 heading into the first of two season matches with cross-town rival Rapid City Central.
Raiders are successful in Wyoming
Raider Volleyball won Camel Tournament by beating Cheyenne East in the championship match 2-0 (25-23; 25-23)
golfers excel in Sturgis
Again the Raiders come away with a win. This team victory is in Sturgis.
Friday night football at Yankton
The Drama season and offerings are set for the 2014-2015 season. Check the link below to see with wonderful shows planned.
Rushmore bowl coming soon
Rushmore Bowl is still in the need of volunteers. If you are interested, check the link below
for your information
Linked below is the list of activity advisors and coaches. Name and contact information is listed
Activity passes are available this year through the activity office. Prices and restrictions are listed below.
Grade K-8 Activity Pass $20.00 NOT including Rushmore Bowl, Fine Arts , or SDHSAA Events
Grade 9-12 Activity Pass $20.00 Admits to athletic events and fine arts events Not including Rushmore Bowl Musical or SDHSAA events
Adult Athletic Ticket $50.00 (15 punches) Not including Rushmore Bowl, Fine Arts Events or SDHSAA Events
Adult Activity Pass: $75.00 (one person only) to Athletic Events and Fine Arts Events Not including Rushmore Bowl, Fine Arts Events or SDHSAA Events
Admission at the door is $5 Adults; $3 Students - Prices may vary for SDHSAA events and Special Events i.e. Musical
For your planning a link to the week of September 22-26 is linked below. All activities for the week are included
With the new seasons beginning, the activities handbook may be a handy link and a handy read.
Rushmore bowl ticket blitz
Ticket Blitz night is Wednesday September 10 5PM.
Friday September 12, 2014
Rapid City Central v. Douglas 5:00 p.m.
Rapid City Stevens v. Sturgis 8:00 p.m.
Gates open at 4:00 p.m.
Game Tickets on Sale at the Activities Office:Adults$10.00 Students$5.00
Ramp Passes for the Rushmore Bowl go on Sale on August 25 - $20/Space
Raffle Tickets -$5.00 each and 5 for $20 will go on sale at the Activities Office beginning August 11! Drawing will be held at the Rushmore Bowl!
Rushmore bowl Raffle sellers needed
Student sellers are needed to sell Raffle tickets for the 4wheeler to be given way. We will need plenty of help selling chances. If you are interested Please email John McCloud. email@example.com
Important information about our director of activities
Jared Vasquez Activity Director
- Phone 605 394 4016
- address Rapid City Stevens High School 1200 44th Rapid City SD 57702
If there is an event that was not covered on the web page, forgive me--I perhaps did not know the results. If you are involved in an activity as a parent or even a participant, email me using the link below with the results. I will post those. I do not want to leave any activity off the page on purpose but I cannot post what I do not know. Send those results to me so all students and activities can be recognized.