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Order Your Letter Jackets

Todd & Moore will be here on Oct 2nd in The River Cafe from 11-2 to take orders for Spring Student-Athletes. Band, Orchestra, Dance, Cheer, everyone is welcome to order the same jacket/sweater and personalize with their Sport or Activity. Have a Great Day!

Spirit Night @ Salsaritas!

Mark your Calendar! Monday, SEPT. 29th 5-8pm Come meet Student-Athlete’s, Band Members, Gatorettes, Cheerleaders, Faculty, Staff, Administrators, Coaches and our Gator Mascot. Be thinking of a Name for our Gator Mascot, to be placed in a box and will be voted on! Have a Great Rest of the week and GO GATORS!!

Gator Update 9/9

Women’s Golf finished 5th in the Rock Hill Invitational @ Pinetuck CC. TODAY: Volleyball hosts a 4-Way Match here @ RBHS. Varsity Only vs Westwood, Blythewood and Ridge View. Our Women’s Tennis Team travels to Chapin for a 5:00 Match. GO GATORS!

Gator Update 9/8

Great job Gator Volleyball. Congratulations on winning The Gamecock Spike Off Tournament. Claire Edwards and Sydney Diaz were All-Tournament. Claire was also MVP!  Gator Swimming did fantastic @ The Swim da Creek Meet in Summerville. Our Women were Runner-Up and our Men finished 4th out of 15 Teams. Women’s Tennis finished 3rd in The Pawley’s

Gator Update 9/5

Volleyball defeated Gilbert, JV and Varsity. Women’s Golf defeated Irmo and Airport. Cooper Carson led our Lady Gators with a 44. JV Football was on a drive to tie Emerald when a Lightning Delay Cancelled the Game. B Team Football fell in a close Game to Chapin. TONIGHT: Varsity Gator Football takes on Columbia High

Strong Stroke to Start the Year

Women’s golf is in full swing this year, and better than ever! Even during the off season tourney, the team won by 36 strokes from 3a to 4a! This year the team will be practicing at  Golden Hills Country Club which is a local family owned resort that gives support to the golf teams. The

Competitive Cheer Season preview

In the upcoming season Coach McManus stated that it is going to be a harder going to 4A, The team is moving to region five, and going up against teams like Lexington and White Knoll. This is a big thing because a lot of our students and staff come from or were going to go

Vision for the Future

Last year, River Bluff had a great season for all of our athletic programs, I talked to Dr. Clamp about what he sees coming from athletes this year. Dr. Clamp: We are excited to see both returning and new athletes coming to represent River Bluff this year and expect to see great support coming back

Volleyball Falls in 5

RBHS Volleyball loses in 5 to Lugoff Elgin. Game scores were RBHS won game 1 25-23, lost set 2 25-27 and set 3 26-28, RB won set 4 28-26 and lost game 5 14-16. River bluff 3-1 record. Players for RBHS Natalie Willis 38 digs Claire Edwards 13 kills 6 blocks Jennie Haynes 11 kills