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2020 Summer Camps Cancelled

The good news- Rowdy has been keeping an eye on RHS while we have been out of school. He assures us he has everything under control, and he sent us this photo to show that he is keeping himself in good health by wearing his mask and he says he is washing his hands frequently

2019/20 Physicals Accepted for 2020/21

The IHSAA has announced that any student who turned in a sports physical in the 2019/2020 school year will not need a new physical for the upcoming 2020/2021 seasons. The 2019/2020 physical will carry over to the 2020/2021 school year. Students who did not have a physical on file for 2019/2020 will need to obtain

RHS Summer Camps Announced

Update- Due to school facilities being closed by the State until the end of June, all RHS Athletic Summer Camps have been cancelled for 2020. Once we are permitted to return to the facilities, coaches will be issuing refunds to those who have already paid for camps.  We will continue to update changes as they

Hannah Trotter to Swim at Hanover

Hannah Trotter, the daughter of Traci and Patrick Trotter, will be swimming for Hanover this upcoming season.  Hanover is located in Madison, IN and is a member of the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC).  “I chose Hanover for the academics that they offer and having the chance to continue to swim after high school.  The campus is

Boys Basketball: Tytan Newton to play at Panola College

Senior Tytan Newton has committed to play basketball at Panola College. The 6’0 guard averaged 13.7 points, 3.1 rebounds, and 4.4 assists per game for Richmond. He had a season-high 28 points in an overtime win against Pendleton Heights, while he scored 17 of his 19 points in the second half of a late-season win

Josh Jones to Swim at Hanover

Josh Jones, the son of Jerry and Gina Jones, has played 4 different sports for Richmond.  Next year he will head to southern Indiana and swim for the Hanover Panthers in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference. Josh chose Hanover because “Hanover has a wide variety of opportunities to grow not only academically, but also athletically and

Lauren Carr to Swim at Hanover

Lauren Carr, the daughter of Kristina and Larry Carr, has been a member of the swimming and diving, soccer, and track teams during her time at Richmond High School.  Next year she will be a swimming in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference for Hanover. “Hanover offered me a spot on their swim team which first started

Dustin Wilson to Swim at Hanover

Dustin Wilson, the son of Paul and Robin Wilson, has represented Richmond Red Devil swimming for the past 4 years.  Next year he will be representing the Hanover Panthers. Dustin began swimming 6 years ago.  When asked how he prepares in the off season, Dustin said, “There is no off season. The best way to prepare

Boys Basketball: Koream Jett to play at Greenville

Senior Koream Jett has committed to play basketball at Greenville. The 5’8 guard started all 25 games and averaged 8.1 points and 3.6 assists per game for Richmond. In the opening game of the sectional tournament, Jett had 19 points, including a go-ahead 3-pointer in the closing minutes, to help the Devils to a victory

Alyssa Hollingsworth to play at IU East

Alyssa Hollinsgworth was eagerly anticipating her senior tennis season at Richmond High School.  While that opportunity was lost when the season was cancelled, Alyssa now looks forward to her college career as she has signed to play with Indiana University East. IU East is in the River States Conference and has seen their tennis programs

Boys Basketball: Jordan Stolle to play at Earlham College

Senior Jordan Stolle committed to Earlham College last week. The 6’5 forward averaged 7 points and 3.3 rebounds per game for the 17-8 Red Devils this past season. Stolle was among the team leaders in made 3-pointers and 3-point percentage, while also drawing some of the toughest defensive assignments thanks to his ability to guard