It is only the third conference match of the season but it already looks like a possible showdown. The Roseville Area High School volleyball team travels to Cretin-Derham Hall on Sept. 27 with first place on the line.
The home crowd didn’t have much to cheer during last year’s Roseville Area High School football season as the Raiders went 0-4 in home games. That has already changed in 2016 and there’s a good chance the Raiders could get on a roll at home.
Following a season-opening victory, the Roseville Area High School volleyball team lost four matches in a row. That’s not something that has happened to the Raiders much in recent seasons but it didn’t put them in panic-mode.
The Roseville Area High School football team returns home this week for its third game of the season against Woodbury. The Royals won last year’s match-up by two touchdowns and figured to have a strong team in 2016.
After suffering through a one-win season a year ago, the Roseville Area High School football team has almost nowhere to go but up. Head coach Chris Simdorn and his players enter the 2016 with optimism and it’s based on more than that.