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The Lady Bulldogs have won all five of their games so far, and sit on top of the South Shore League at 4-0.
Next up for the girls is a road game at Cohasset on Thursday, September 19. 2013. Keep up the good work girls!
by Jace Williams
The Rockland High Theater Guild’s first production of the year has been announced to be The Jungle Book by Monica Flory. It’s a play based on the book by Rudyard Kipling, not based on the popular Disney movie by the same name. While there will be no “Bare Necessities,” it will still be a fun production. The show will take place November 15 and 16 at 7 pm in the RHS Theater.
The auditions have been completed and the cast is set.
Kites – Tiffany Vo, Shandi Austin, Nheillia Rouse
Father Wolf – Brian Leonard
Mother Wolf – Kayla Frazer
Wolf Cub – Sean Vo
Wolves – Chrissy Daley, Sarah Kane
Tabaqui – Grace O’Malley
Shere Khan – Chris Catania
Akela – Jace Emi Williams
Baloo – Olivia Ann Olsen
Bagheera – Alyssa Collins
Mowgli – Genesis Rojas
Funky – Catherine Chase-Crocker
Cheeky – Brittiana Garcia
Trout – Rebeca Portela
Kaa – Jackie Carlson
Messua – Nicole Cook
Stage Manager – Markus Rohwetter
Lights – PJ Butler, Ashley Pezzella
Sound – Lauren Illes
Costume – Meghan Foster
Props – Ella & Leah
Set – Danielle Hill, Tom Sweeny, Mike Dion
Front of House – Chris Lundy, Mikeala Burke
The volleyball team won its first set against Hanover last week but lost 3-1 in the season opener.
Next up on September 10th they defeated visiting Randolph 3 games to none. That was the first win for the girls.
Next up for the girls is a road matchup with Hingham tomorrow.
On Wednesday, September 18th parents of RHS students will have the opportunity to spend a night in their children’s shoes when Rockland High School has its annual Back to School Night. The link below will take you to Dr. Cron’s letter to the parents that will give you all the information you will need.
On Wednesday, the first day of school, SGC put together the first pep rally of the year. The highlight was the “moving up” ceremony where each class sat in last year’s bleacher section while the freshmen stood on the side. Mr. Rowe, SGC advisor, then called each class to their new position in the gym. Seniors who had been waiting for this moment for three years ran to their new section!! Click here or on either photo to see our photo gallery of the first pep rally.
Math teacher and RHS volleyball and track coach, Mr. Craig Johnson, and his wife Katie announced to the RHS community: “Cody Vincent was born on August 26 at 11:18 am. He was 6 lbs. 9 oz., and 19 1/2 in. long. Mom and baby are doing great. Thank you all for the well wishes, positive messages and support!”
Congratulations to Mr. Johnson and his wife for the new member of their team!