Starline Elementary students got a special treat Thursday morning at IJSBA. Their teacher, Bridget Hagest, organized a meet and greet for them with racers from around the world. The students made signs to hang at racers' tents to wish them luck and received autographs from the race teams.
More than 10 schools and local residents competed in the 7th Annual Fighting Knights 5K Cross Country Fun Run Saturday. The Fun Run was at the Bridgewater Links Golf Course.
Here are the results:
1st: Dan Kuch 17:34
Overall Team Results:
The Lake Havasu High School held its homecoming dance Saturday evening in the school gym. RiverScene Magazine fans submitted homecoming photos via Facebook for this week's fan photo gallery. Thank you to all that participated in this week's fan photo gallery!
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Friday night’s Lake Havasu High School football homecoming game resulted in a 39-23 win over the Independence Patriots. The Knights went into Friday’s game ready to dominate, and they did just that.
The first quarter got off to a slow start, yet the Knight’s defensive line was strong...
Starline Elementary School second-graders released butterflies into the sky Friday morning after studying them in the classroom. Funding for the caterpillars was donated by the Lake Havasu City Elks Lodge 2399.
Students then observed the caterpillars as they turned into butterflies over time.
In a complete gender switch, girls supporting S Club at Lake Havasu High School took the field Tuesday night in a Powder Puff football game. And boys acted as cheerleaders to support the rival black and pink teams.
The black team was made up of sophomore and junior girls, while the pink team pla...
The Lake Havasu High School Fighting Knights gave it their all, but fell short to Apollo High School, resulting in a 49-10 loss. Some Knights shined, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Apollo’s brute force.
In the first quarter, the Knights fought hard, keeping the score to a close four-point ...
Lake Havasu’s Fighting Knights JV squad triumphed in Thursday night’s game against Mohave Valley. While the defense was constantly stellar, it only took a short time for the offense to connect and start overpowering the T-Birds’ defense.
The T-Birds weren’t in complete disarray ...
While some students might be bummed that school is back in session, some student athletes are thrilled to be playing their favorite sports again.
Luckily for sports fans, there are plenty of events to look forward to this week.
"Overall, we are looking forward to the fall sports season. It's...
College is more than just broadening your education; it is broadening your horizons. From July 8 to 23, ASU Colleges at Lake Havasu City professors and a student set out on the adventure of a lifetime to the tropics of Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands.
Student Ryan Hernon, and professo...