Roswell Boys Varsity Basketball

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NORTHSIDE HOSPITAL to provide Sports Medicine Needs for Hornet Student-Athletes beginning June 2016.

Roswell High’s Athletic Department is pleased to announce a new partnership with Northside Hospital’s Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Division for the upcoming school year. Northside Hospital will provide the school with a full-time, certified Athletic Trainer, improved equipment and supplies, free physicals for all RHS Athletes, impact testing for concussions and re-branding of our Stadium

SPLOST VOTE PASSES – Ray Manus Stadium to Receive NEW TURF

In the summer of 2004, Dr. Ed Spurka, Principal of Roswell High and then Athletic Director, Mike Power led the charge to be the first Fulton County High School to acquire artificial turf. By any measure, it has been an outstanding addition to Roswell High’s Athletic Facilities. The artificial surface was such a big hit the FCBE quickly included artificial

Athletic Department Announces SUMMER CAMPS for JUNE 2016

Summer Camps are coming up in the month of June for Students in the 2nd thru 8th grade. Parents may email each Head Coach for further information or call 470-254-4500. Head Coaches along with their Booster Clubs will be having Summer Camps in the following Sports: Wrestling Camp May 31-June 2        

HORNET Signees for April 13, 2016 NCAA Regular Signing Period

The Athletic Department has hosted two previous signing periods this school year but the April 13 date represents the first day of the last signing period for NCAA Student-Athletes primarily for all other sports except Football, Basketball and Soccer. Five current RHS Student-Athletes announced their commitments today.  Their Names, Sport and chosen College are as follows:

Region 5AAAAAA Basketball Tournament Bounced by Weather

The 7th seeded Hornet Boys Basketball team concluded their season on Monday night February 8 at Etowah High School with a loss to the Walton Raiders. Walton raced to an early 18-4 lead on the back of six straight three point shots by Walton. The 5th seeded Hornet Girls Basketball team was scheduled to play Pope High School

Milton Looms Large as HORNETS Look to Region Basketball Tournament

The Hornet Basketball season is fast reaching it’s regular season ending with and Away game at Milton High School on Friday February 5.   The outcome of the Milton v. Roswell Boys game and several other Boys games in the Region Friday night will have an impact on the seeding for #’s 3 thru # 7 for the Region Tournament which begins

Basketball Season Enters Final Week Before Region Tournament

The Hornet Boys and Girls Varsity Basketball Teams are entering their final week of regular season play.   On Tuesday February 2, the Hornets will be hosting the Walton Raiders for Senior Night.  Girls game at 6pm and Boys game at 7:30pm.  The Final regular season games will be on the road at Milton on

Hornet Basketball Continues with Region 5AAAAAA Play

The Hornet Boys picked up their 2nd straight Region win at the J.Tom Zachary Gym Tuesday Jan. 12 with an 83-71 win over Woodstock. This improved the Hornet’s Region record to 5-5 overall.  A dominant first half led to a  43-22 advantage at halftime for the Hornets. .  Four Hornets reached double figures  with Sr. Matt Gonda

Basketball takes on Rival Milton in Region 5AAAAAA Contest After Holiday Break

Roswell’s  Boys  (7-8, 4,3) v. Milton (9-5, 6-0) will play at 7:30pm on Tuesday January 5 at the J.Tom Zachary Gymnasium.  The Hornets recently traveled to Asheville, N.C. over the Holiday Break to play in the Wells Fargo Western North Carolina Classic at UNC-Asheville.  Playing 3 ranked teams in 3 days, Roswell played stingy defense

Wrestling, Swimming and Basketball Teams Stay Busy over the Holiday Break

The Wrestling Team competed on Saturday December 19 at Central Gwinnett High School.   The Hornet grapplers led by Coach Billy Bradach defeated Brookwood, South Gwinnett and Milton finishing the day with 3 wins vs. 2 losses.  The Wrestling Team has been hampered by low numbers in part due to the very successful and long