Riverview Rams @ Cardinal Mooney Cougars

The Lady Rams travelled across town for the Lacrosse Town Rivalry game. Riverview defeated Mooney 20-8. The Lady Rams were led by freshman Caroline Steinwachs, with 5 goals. Chloe Hackl added 4 goals. Susan Lowther directed the scoring with 7 assists. Goalie Mia Rey had 12 saves on 20 shots.
The win improves Riverview’s record to 2-1.
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Riverview Rams @ Cardinal Mooney Cougars

“Battle of the Bay” was the title that was being shouted all week, and it certainly lived up to the hype.  With neither team ever taking more than a 2-goal advantage throughout the game, it was the Cardinal Mooney Cougars’ Christian Laureano who scored the game-winning goal with :29 seconds remaining in the 4th quarter to edge out the Rams (Laureano led all scorers with 5 goals).  Senior Will Evans had 4 goals (along with 7 groundballs) for the Rams and Junior Ken Kaiser had 3 goals.  Defensively, Josh Streitmatter (6GBs/6TAs) and Aiden Vilardi (2GBs/5TAs) were effective in getting the ball back to the Ram offense from start to finish.  Tyler Horiuchi was 10-for-16 on faceoffs and had 10 groundballs.  Chris Johnson had 12 saves in goal.

Record Watch:  Congratulations to Senior Kai Hudson, who’s 3 takeaways (69) earned him the title of “All-Time Takeaway Leader” for the Rams, a record previously held by 2019 graduate, Jake Day (67).

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Riverview Rams @ Cardinal Mooney Cougars

The Riverview Rams Varsity Girls made the trip across town to take on the Cardinal Mooney Cougars (5-2-1) in a non-district matchup Thursday night, and if not for the lightning that forced the officials to suspend the game with the game tied 9-9, who knows how this one would have ended.

It was certainly a game of momentum, as each team had multiple streaks of scoring.  The Rams took an early 6-4 lead into halftime, but the Cougars came out strong in the second half, scoring three unanswered goals to take a 7-6 lead, before the Rams scored three of their own to take a 9-7 lead.  The Cougars answered with two more goals from Senior Chloe Weber to tie the game.

Clara Keyvani, Amelia Malkin, Riley Spingler and Susan Lowther each had 2 goals for the Rams.  Alexis Whitmore had 2 points (1G/1A).  Chloe Webber and Cameron Ward had hat tricks for the Cougars.

Mia Rey was outstanding in goal with 15 saves.

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Riverview Rams @ Cardinal Mooney Cougars

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“Sticks for Soldiers” Melbourne Central Hustlers vs. Riverview Rams

Support our Sticks for Soldiers fundraiser!

Pledge to the Riverview HS boys team as we support Sticks for Soldiers to raise awareness and financial support for a local veteran. At this event, each team will have 2 games. We are asking fans and community members to pledge a donation for our teams total points (goals + assists + ground balls) during these two games on March 20th & 21st. You also have the option to make a flat rate donation amount. Click the “Pledge It” button to make your contribution.

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“STICKS FOR SOLDIERS” CARDINAL MOONEY COUGARS VS. RIVERVIEW RAMS

Support our Sticks for Soldiers fundraiser!

Pledge to the Riverview HS girls team as we support Sticks for Soldiers to raise awareness and financial support for a local veteran. At this event, the girls will play one game. We are asking fans and community members to pledge a donation for our total points (Goals + Assists + Ground Balls) during the girls game against Cardinal Mooney on March 21st. In addition, a simple flat contribution is also welcome. Click the “Pledge It” button to make your contribution.

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“Sticks for Soldiers” St. Edwards Pirates vs. Riverview Rams

Support our Sticks for Soldiers fundraiser!

Pledge to the Riverview HS boys team as we support Sticks for Soldiers to raise awareness and financial support for a local veteran. At this event, each team will have 2 games. We are asking fans and community members to pledge a donation for our teams total points (goals + assists + ground balls) during these two games on March 20th & 21st. You also have the option to make a flat rate donation amount. Click the “Pledge It” button to make your contribution.

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“Sticks for Soldiers” Admiral Farragut Blue Jackets vs. Riverview Rams

Young Americans too often come back from foreign wars with life-changing wounds. As we carry on with our lives, they struggle for the rest of theirs.

To help ease that struggle, the Cardinal Mooney Catholic High School boys lacrosse program is hosting the Annual “Sticks for Soldiers” Lacrosse Classic.

A Pledge Page has been created for our Riverview High School team as we support Sticks for Soldiers to raise awareness and financial support for a local veteran. At this event, each team will have 2 games. We are asking Ram Nation and community members to pledge a donation for our total points (Goals + Assists + Ground Balls) during the two games March 22nd and 23rd. In addition, a simple flat contribution is also welcome. Click the “PLEDGE IT” button below to make your contribution.

S4S is a 501(c)(3) Tax exempt organization recognized by the IRS. EIN # 46-0962202.

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“Sticks for Soldiers” St. John Paul II Eagles vs. Riverview Rams

Young Americans too often come back from foreign wars with life-changing wounds. As we carry on with our lives, they struggle for the rest of theirs.

To help ease that struggle, the Cardinal Mooney Catholic High School boys lacrosse program is hosting the Annual “Sticks for Soldiers” Lacrosse Classic.

A Pledge Page has been created for our Riverview High School team as we support Sticks for Soldiers to raise awareness and financial support for a local veteran. At this event, each team will have 2 games. We are asking Ram Nation and community members to pledge a donation for our total points (Goals + Assists + Ground Balls) during the two games March 22nd and 23rd. In addition, a simple flat contribution is also welcome. Click the “PLEDGE IT” button below to make your contribution.

S4S is a 501(c)(3) Tax exempt organization recognized by the IRS. EIN # 46-0962202.

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Riverview Rams vs. Cardinal Mooney Cougars

Coming into this first, and only regular season matchup between these two teams, both the Rams and Cougars were scoring a lot of goals, and the outcome of this game was likely to come down to face-off control and defense.  The Cougars controlled the face-off circle throughout the game, winning 17 of the 23 faceoffs (74%).  The Cougars took advantage of the extra possessions and cruised to a 13-6 victory over the Rams.  For the Rams, Seniors Josh Clark and Ethan Schwab each had two goals.  For the Cougars, scoring was lead by Cameron Lynch (4 goals), Christian Laureano (2 goals, assist), and Alec Frank (goal, assist).

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