Boys Basketball: West Feature Athlete - Riverside's Zach Gould

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Name: Zach Gould
High School: Riverside
Grade: 12
Sport: Boys Basketball
Position: Guard

Background: Gould led the Panthers to a big overtime 66-60 win at Neshannock, scoring 34 of the 66 points. He scored six of the 10 points in overtime in scoring his season high. He also scored Riverside's first points of every quarter - he and fellow senior Logan Sheridan each scored eight points in the fourth quarter as Riverside clinched a playoff spot. Gould has been the scoring leader for Riverside all season, averaging about 22 points per game after averaging 20 points a game last year. He followed up his season high with 23 points at Lincoln Park.


Girls Basketball: West Feature Athlete - Riverside's Katie Stang (2015)

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Name: Katie Stang
School: Riverside
Grade: 11
Sport: Girls Basketball
Position: Guard

Background: Katie is a two-year starter who saw plenty of playing time as a freshman. Katie is averaging 22.2 points, 3 assists and 3 steals per game. She is one of three captains on the team and is less than 100 points from breaking 1,000 career points with the Panthers. Katie is a member of the Riverside Student Council and the National Honor Society.


Photo Journal: Girls Basketball - Riverside vs. Hopewell The Pittsburgh Classic (Jan. 17)

Written by Marilyn Schwilm on .

Riverside and Hopewell are paired up in the Pittsburgh Classic Girls Basketball Tournament held at Ambridge High School, Saturday, January 17, 2015.

This proved to be a well matched contest, the game tied or within reach throughout, ending in overtime with Riverside the victor 71-68 over Hopewell.

Photos by Marilyn C. Schwilm, Tri-State Sports & News Service

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Swimming: Rosendale sisters lead Riverside in dual meet against Highlands

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Riverside senior Carly Rosendale was joined on the Riverside varsity team this year by her younger sister, freshman Madison Rosendale. In their first event of their first meet together on the high school level, the sisters combined with teammates, Erica King and Raena Valli to win the 200 medley relay against Highlands, swimming a time of 2:01.03. In the very next girls event, Carly Rosendale won the 200 freestyle with a time of 2:19.08. In Madison's first individual event, she swam a 2:34.04 to take second place in the 200 IM, the time was only bested by WPIAL champion Bailey Bonnett of Highlands. The Rosendale sisters once again combined on a winning relay later in the dual meet, this time it was the 200 freestyle relay. Madison led off the relay, staking Riverside to an early lead and her older sister swam the third leg. Valli and Kelly Krechowski were also on the relay.