• SCREEN SCREAMS: 4th Annual Horror Movie Contest

    SCREEN SCREAMS: 4th Annual Horror Movie Contest

    Katie Newton, Mirada Staff

    The fourth annual Horror Film Contest has concluded and the winner was announced on Tuesday October 30, just in time for Halloween. The winning film was “Dead Static” composed by sophomores Amelia York, Elyse Ehlert, Christina Vyvoda and Chloe Parker-Caruso. The Intro to Video Productions class puts on this competition every year, but it is open for all members of the Rio communit...

  • Debate continues months after Janus ruling

    Debate continues months after Janus ruling

    Rebecca Smith, Editor-in-Chief

    Four months after the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in the Janus case, teachers at Rio and across the state appear to be staying in their unions, even though they are no longer required to pay dues or other fees. At Rio, however, campus union leaders and a teacher who supported the Janus suit that led to the Supreme Court ruling against public sector unions remain passionate...

    Teacher Darren Miller speaks out at a workers union rally in Washington D.C. in late February.

  • Girls Golf Team Sweeps League

    Girls Golf Team Sweeps League

    Annalee Gorman and Emily Borg

    The girls golf team qualified for divisionals for the first time in seven years after tying with Christian Brothers for second in league. This year, they’ve only lost three matches. Both times Christian Brothers and Rio faced off in a league match they tied. Last year, the golf team lost to Christian Brothers by one point putting them in third place in league. This...

    Junior Katelyn Kamilos chips the ball out of the rough. Photo by Ed Mahone.

  • Hubble recalls Rio years

    Hubble recalls Rio years

    Mikey Doolittle, Mirada Staff

    The cross country team continued its recent success at sections this year, but they did so without the guidance of longtime coach Gordon Hubble, who left his position at the school during last track season. Hubble coached for over 30 years, and led the team to eighth place at the state meet in 2016. The team has been without him since the middle of track season last year. ...

    Former coach Gordon Hubble with members of his team. Photo by MJ Nevins.



    Mikey Doolittle, Mirada Staff

    Rio’s football season came to an unexpected end on Friday night when they faced El Camino. Despite the game lasting less than an hour and a half, it will go down as one of the most memorable Raider games in recent memory. The kicked off with a bang when Rio set the tone with a big touchdown by Jack Cartwright. They quickly turned on the pressure and took a 21-0 lead. ...

    A fight broke out before halftime, which ended the game with the Raiders up 42-7.

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