In a showdown Deer Park High School emerged victorious against Riverside High School for a 3-1 win. Riverside initially took the lead with the first set, but Deer Park roared back, winning the following three sets to secure the triumph.
In a defensive battle, Riverside High School’s girls’ soccer team avenged their earlier season loss to Deer Park. The game unfolded last week and featured intense competition and unwavering determination from both sides. Ultimately, it was a lone goal in the first half that proved decisive, with Hayley Kasinger finding the net, assisted by Layla Baker.
The game began with Riverside taking the early lead when Madison Swanson capitalized on a free kick by Layla Baker, deflecting the ball into the net to give Riverside an early advantage. However, the lead was short-lived, as Lakeside wasted no time responding.
Riverside had its first big test in a showdown against Colville with a matchup of NE A conference contenders. The Rams won the coin toss and deferred, allowing Colville to receive the opening kickoff.
In a gripping volleyball clash between the Riverside Rams and Newport, the Rams surged ahead in the first set, setting the stage for an electrifying match.
The Deer Park School District is addressing a concern related to an online threat and their potential impact on school safety. Superintendent Alexa Allman shared about a troubling post that had been circulating on Snapchat that referred to threats concerning school safety.
In a thrilling girls’ soccer match held on September 7th, the Deer Park High School girls’ soccer team showcased their prowess on the field by defeating Riverside High School with a commanding score of 8-1.
The Deer Park Stags football season started off with a Jamboree, which included the Lakeside Eagles and Newport Grizzlies. Unfortunately, the Riverside Rams would not join the event. During the initial game of the season against East Valley, the Stags took their first triumph.
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