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Bowling teams roll through Sectional

Isaiah Cox, Managing Editor-Web

January 24, 2017

Filed under Sports

The Richmond boys' bowling team won its Sectional on Saturday, advancing to the Regional at New Castle on February 4. After barely qualifying with the third seed by beating the Northeastern Knights with a 12-game score of 2,165....

Girls Soccer loses in the first round of Regional

Isaiah Cox, Online Editor

October 13, 2016

Filed under Sports

After a great season and a sectional win, the victory was short lived as the girls team lost 2-0 to the Floyd Central Highlanders in the first round of the Regional Thursday. 10 seniors will be leaving but loads of young talent...

Boys tennis heads to third straight regional

Isaiah Cox, Online Editor

October 3, 2016

Filed under Sports

After beating Centerville on Friday, September 30th, RHS boys tennis will move on to its third straight regional. On Tuesday, October 11th at 4:30 in Richmond, the team will play against New Castle.  "It's going to be a tough...

Richmond Draws Mt. Vernon in football sectional

October 3, 2016

Filed under Sports

Richmond`s football season is coming to a close, with only a few games left. Richmond drew Mt. Vernon in the sectional and will play at home on Friday, October 21. The Red Devils are currently 3-4 and Mt. Vernon is  4-3....

Two earn All-NCC honors

Isaiah Cox, Online Editor

September 12, 2016

Filed under Sports

Kayla Owens shot a career-low of 71 and Jacey Cornett shot an 83, to both earn All-NCC honors. The two girls are only sophomores and lead a young girls golf team. Their two low scores helped Richmond get a season-low on Saturday...

To be or not to be: drug testing athletes

Krista Nicholson, managing editor

April 13, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Sports

They’re good on the field, they’re good on the court, they’re good when they’re playing the sport. But when it comes down to what’s happening outside the game, are they being good? Athlete drug testing is a pretty...

To be or not to be: drug testing athletes

John Cheatwood, reporter

April 13, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Sports

There is a high-school athlete, who goes from a star to an enemy by many around him, all because of one little test. So why is it that people, teenagers specifically, look at drug tests and get nervous or shaky? Maybe this is...

Diving for a win

Becca Pheanis, Managing editor/ Online editor

February 29, 2016

Filed under Sports

Sophomore Ike Khamis competed this past weekend at IHSAA State Finals and walked away with a second place ranking. Khamis' final score was 512.65 points. As a freshman, Khamis received 3rd place at State with the help of ...

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