Rock Hill Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball

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Volleyball to Host a Food Donation Drive

The Rock Hill JV and Varsity Volleyball Teams will do a community service project by collecting food donations at its October 20th Volleyball Game with Clover. Fans are ask to bring a food donation (on the list of the attached flyer) and will receive free admission to the game. Our goal is to achieve enough

Week of Sept. 7th Online Ticket Links

Ticket Schedule for the Week of September 7th – remember no tickets will be sold at the gate – all tickets must be purchased online prior to entering gate. Sept. 8th – Volleyball  Rock Hill vs Spring Valley (JV/Varsity double header) 5:00/6:30 Ticket link: Sept. 9th – Volleyball Rock Hill vs Catawba Ridge (JV/Varsity double

All RHHS Sporting Event Tickets Must be Purchased Online

Changes in the way ticketing at Rock Hill High School Sporting events will start this week as Volleyball begins. In both football and volleyball, there will be no tickets available for purchase at the events. Tickets must be purchased online. We will still continue to honor Club 65, HSL passes, RHHS faculty, and special guest

Fall Sports begin – Ticketing Changes for Games

Five of Rock Hill High Fall Sports have begun regular season practice as of August 24th. Swim, Girls Golf, and Girls Tennis all began regular season practice on August 17th with the first available date for game is August 31st. Cross Country and Volleyball began practice today (August 24th ) and first games can start September

HSL/District plans for RHHS Sports Returning

Rock Hill High School will begins fall sport conditioning  with strict social distancing guidelines and limited numbers on June 15th. Plans are in preparations in Cross Country, Volleyball, and Football with Cheer tryouts coming later in June and open  swim dates in July.  The guidelines were developed by the HSL with input from the CDC, DHEC,

Accountability, Rock 101 – Bearcat Athletes Changing Culture in Classroom

Changing the culture is a key ingredient in any successful program or organization. Four years ago, athletic administrators, coaches, and teachers had noticed a change in culture in many of the athletic programs at Rock Hill High on the field, but athletes continued to struggle in the classroom. Many athletes were struggling to pass most