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Weekend Reflection

Reflecting on this weekend some may say it was not as great as the last few. Looking back I saw so many great things. Basketball ended on Friday at Muncie Central but they had 17 WINS and one of the longest win streaks ever! Great kids coming together led by coaches who made them believe.

Boys Basketball: Devils Streak, Season End at Muncie

Richmond’s 12-game winning streak and its season ended in a hard-fought 60-54 loss at Muncie Central on Friday in the Class 4A Sectional semifinals at Muncie Fieldhouse. The Bearcats and Devils went back-and-forth for four quarters with Muncie ultimately winning the rematch of NCC rivals. Richmond led by as many as five in the second

IS Golf and IS Track Information

Note-All IS Spring sports have been cancelled by the IHSAA.  The Winter season wraps up soon (Good luck wrestlers!), so that means it is time to think Spring.  Here is your IS Spring information: IS Golf- IS golf is coed and open to grades 5-8.  There will be a call out meeting for interested students

Athlete Of the Week- Liz Ruger

Although she is only a sophomore, Liz Ruger is compiling an impressive list of gymnastics accomplishments. In the regular season against Jay County and Muncie Central Liz won every event and the All Around with personal best of 37.45. At the Connersville Invitational she was 1st All Around, 1st on vault (9.75), 1st on floor

Boys Basketball: Devils Survive Cougar Rally, Advance in Sectional

Richmond saw a comfortable lead turn to a late deficit. But the streaking Devils (17-7) found enough offense to outlast Greenfield-Central 54-48 in the opening round of the Class 4A sectional at Muncie Central on Wednesday. The win was Richmond’s 12th straight and moved them to Friday night’s semifinal where they will face off against

Boys Basketball: Devils Close Regular Season with Win

Cleevas Craig scored 17 points and added 10 rebounds to help Richmond to a 50-36 season-ending win at Franklin County on Thursday. The 6’8 center was 7-of-8 from the field with five dunks as the Red Devils methodically pulled away from a Wildcat team that used a variety of zone defenses to stay within striking