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RHS Top 10: #7 Harvey climbs scoring list

On what was billed as “Silent Night” for the student section, Richmond senior Christian Harvey made a lot of noise. Harvey tallied 35 points and became the latest Red Devil boy to reach the 1,000 point mark. Having one of his typical hot scoring nights, Harvey took control of the game in the third quarter

High School Volleyball — Munciana Summer Heat Tourney Info

Information for the 2018 Munciana Summer Heat Tourney is now available.  All matches will take place on Saturday, Jul 21. General Information https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/sportshub2-uploads-prod/files/sites/538/2018/07/18222201/Munciana-Summer-Heat-General-Information.pdf Varsity Schedule https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/sportshub2-uploads-prod/files/sites/538/2018/07/19202153/Munciana-Summer-Heat-Varsity-1.pdf JV1 & JV2 Schedule https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/sportshub2-uploads-prod/files/sites/538/2018/07/19202152/Munciana-Summer-Heat-Junior-Varsity-1.pdf

RHS Top 10 Moments: #8 Volleyball piles up wins

No Richmond team won more games or matches than the volleyball team, which stormed to a 22-10 record, finished third in the ultra-competitive North Central Conference, and recorded historic victories against nemesis Muncie Central. The Red Devils were led by four seniors who earned all-NCC honors. Lauren Pierce, Bekah Johnston, and Cailin Klingman were first-team

RHS Top 10 Moments: #9 Track athletes go 4-for-4 at sectional

Riley Austin claimed a pair of individual sectional titles for the girls, while senior Kody Reece was a regional qualifier in all four events he participated for the boys. The pair of seniors highlighted the boys and girls track teams’ performance at the sectional in May. Austin, who earned all-NCC honors as well, was the

High School Volleyball — Online Athlete Registration

ATTENTION ALL 9TH-12TH GRADERS In order to attend tryouts, all RHS athletes must be registered online and must have a completed physical form submitted to the Athletic Department!  Please complete this registration process ASAP! You can register your Athlete at the below link: https://registermyathlete.com/login/ You can pick up a registration packet in the athletic office.

RHS Top 10 Moments: #10 Girls basketball has bittersweet bounce back season

Tragedy struck Richmond High School athletics at the end of the school year with the unexpected death of beloved girls basketball coach Casey Pohlenz. Hundreds of mourners filled Tiernan Center in early June to pay their respects to the animated teacher known affectionately as “Coach P”. Pohlenz’s best teams were noted for their willingness to

Intermediate Volleyball — Open Gym Information

ATTENTION ALL INCOMING 7TH & 8TH GRADERS INTERESTED IN VOLLEYBALL!! Welcome to the 2018 Volleyball Season!  We are so excited to get started! Open gyms will begin on Thursday July 19th.  These sessions will be staffed by our Intermediate Coaches: Coach Darrell Morken, Coach Phil Wright, & Coach Maddie Farris.  This is an EXCELLENT opportunity

Richmond Jrs Volleyball — Fall League Information

Richmond Jrs Fall Volleyball League Information for our 2018 Fall Volleyball League is available now and can be found at the below link: https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/sportshub2-uploads-prod/files/sites/538/2018/07/15204118/jrs_2018_fall_flyer-Portrait.pdf Registration is now open and can be found at the below link: https://goo.gl/forms/wNhXHr9fFtQdHALE2

Football Parent/Player Meeting- Grades 7-12

Attention Red Devil football parents: We will have a parent/player call-out meeting (for 7th-12th graders) next Wednesday, July 18th at 6:00 PM in the high school cafeteria. Please park in the Career Center parking lot and enter through door #37. It is very important that you attend.  Thank you! #DeserveToWin

IS Cross Country Begins July 30- Get Ready!

Intermediate School Cross Country season is fast approaching!  Practice will start on Monday, July 30th at 4:30.  We will meet at Glen Miller Park at First Tee Parking Lot off of Main Street.  The expectation is to run 2 miles without walking on day 1!  For those who haven’t been running over the summer, this