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NCC Soccer Awards Announced

This evening the NCC released the list of award winners for both boys and girls soccer. Girls Soccer Nakala Bennett, Courtney McNew, and Payton VanMiddlesworth were All-NCC 1st Team selections. Mackenzie Cook and Marie Suarez were All-NCC 2nd Team selections. Boys Soccer Andrew Click was an All-NCC 1st Team selection. Hunter Walters was an All-NCC 2nd Team

12th Annual Bob Wettig Field Set

The 12th Annual Bob Wettig Memorial Tournament will be played at the Tiernan Center and IU East December 27, 28, and 29, 2018. The field is once again loaded with talent and several intriguing match-ups. Defending champion Cathedral returns. IU commit and reigning Wettig MVP Armaan Franklin looks to defend both titles. Don’t worry Boilermaker

NCC Tennis Awards Announced

Monday evening the NCC released their awards for tennis.  The Red Devils’ conference championship season resulted in numerous awards. Randy Hollingsworth was voted Coach of the Year by the conference coaches. Ryan Hollingsworth, Kyle Hollingsworth, George Dickman, Jake Miller, Luke Hays, and Joey Chimenti were named All-NCC 1st Team. Josh Jones was named All-NCC 2nd

Ryan Hollingsworth- Academic All-State

Ryan Hollingsworth has been named to the Indiana High School Tennis Coaches Association 2018 Boys’ Academic All-State first team. Ryan excels both on the court and in the classroom.  We are very proud of this accomplishment.  Ryan is a great representative of Richmond High School and Richmond Athletics. Congratulations, Ryan! For a full list of honorees,

IS Football Finishes Strong

Richmond Intermediate Football got off to a slow start this season going 0-3 in August. However, they could not be held down for long as they finished the season 5-3 after a 48-8 win at home against Lincoln. Lucas Hall had 4 touchdowns while fellow 8th grader Anthony Cross had 2. Several players completed 2

RHS Volleyball – Varsity Sectional Results

By Jan Clark This season may be over but the memories are vivid and the future is bright. Very bright. The Richmond girls volleyball team lost to tall and talented Pendleton Heights in the Greenfield Sectional Thursday 20-25, 10-25, 18-25, giving the Devils a final record of 14-17. Ironically, Richmond began and ended its season

Youth Basketball League Sign-Ups

Registration is underway for the 2018-19 Richmond Basketball League: The Future. Activities are open for all boys and girls in grades K-6. Boys and girls in kindergarten and first grade will participate in “Little Devils” camp, a four-week program aimed at introducing basketball fundamentals in a fun, non-competitive environment. There will be a 3rd/4th grade