Women’s soccer standout Serina Vargas and state champion wrestler Kahlil Tucker have been named Rio Hondo College Female and Male Athletes of the Year after impressive seasons for the Roadrunners this past fall season. The sophomore duo leads a list of nine outstanding Rio Hondo student-athletes for the 2019-20 season.
Rio Hondo College’s Bryant Howing and Aaron Patterson were both named to the All-South Coast Conference postseason team following impressive sophomore seasons for the Roadrunners. Howing earned first-team All-SCC honors while Patterson was an honorable mention selection.
The streak is finally over. Thanks to a 23-point effort by Bryant Howing and 18 points from Kameron Hobbs, Rio Hondo College put an end to a 16-game losing streak with an 83-77 South Coast Conference North Division win at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut on Friday night.
For 20 minutes, Rio Hondo College held its own against No. 3 state-ranked East Los Angeles. But the Huskies proved true to their ranking and went on to a 107-79 South Coast Conference North Division win over the Roadrunners in Monterey Park on Wednesday night.
The South Coast Conference North Division schedule for the Rio Hondo College men’s basketball team got off to a rough start as the Roadrunners suffered a 74-65 loss to the visiting Mt. San Antonio College Mounties on Wednesday.
Rio Hondo College sophomore John Mims scored a season-high 26 points but the Roadrunners couldn’t hold a late lead and fell 70-66 at El Camino College in a South Coast Conference interdivision on Wednesday night.
Rio Hondo College sophomore Aaron Patterson scored a team-high 19 points but the Roadrunners couldn’t hold on to an early lead and suffered an 87-68 South Coast Conference interdivision loss to No. 26 state-ranked Long Beach City College on Wednesday night in Whittier.
Rio Hondo College’s Aaron Patterson, Johm Mims, Bryant Howing, and Kameron Hobbs all scored 12 points each, but a 9-0 run by Compton College late in the first half proved costly in a 78-63 Roadrunners’ loss to the Tartars in Compton on Friday night.
Rio Hondo College sophomore Aaron Patterson posted a double-double of 22 points and 10 rebounds, but a late Roadrunner comeback came up just short in an 84-81 loss to Glendale Community College on Sunday.
Sophomore Aaron Patterson scored a game-high 23 points but it took a late-game rally for Rio Hondo College to pull out a 70-67 non-conference victory at Golden West College in Huntington Beach on Wednesday.
The Rio Hondo College men’s basketball team opened the season at the San Diego Miramar College Don Gehler Memorial Tournament over the weekend and picked up its first win, beating Barstow Community College 79-77 on Saturday.