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#Wettig20 Announced

Before we tip off the final day of #Wettig19, Richmond Athletics would like to announce plans for the 14th annual Bob Wettig Memorial Tournament. #Wettig20 will be held December 28-30, 2020 at the Tiernan Center.  The field will include 16 teams that will each play 4 games over the course of 3 days.  The bracket

Boys Basketball: Devils Roll in Wettig Opener

Andrew Kroft had a career-high 37 points, making seven 3-pointers, as Richmond routed Seton Catholic 103-61 in the quarterfinals of the annual Bob Wettig tournament. Kroft had 33 points in the first half as Richmond (3-4) opened a 59-27 halftime lead against the Cardinals. Tytan Newton added 25 points, 22 coming in the first three

Wrestling- Columbus East Invite Results

 Sophomore Jake Necessary and senior Blaine Pierce placed second. Junior Sean Alexander placed 6th, freshman Micah Belcher placed 5th, junior Jack Guiley placed 5th, and junior Sekaye Maitland placed 4th Senior Hunter Burden placed 5th, sophomore Wellington Lowe placed 5th, and freshman Tim Long placed 6th. Another great day of wrestling for the team!

IS Wrestling- North College Hill (OH) Results

North College Hill Middle School Invitational North College Hill Middle School Cincinnati, OH December 21, 2019   The Richmond Intermediate Wrestling team traveled to the North College Hill Middle School Invitational on Saturday, December 21, 2019 and finished 8th out of 18 teams.   The team traveled with 16 wrestlers who each wrestled at least

IS Wrestling- Wayne (OH) Quad Results

Wayne Quad Tournament Wayne Middle School Huber Heights, OH December 18, 2019   On Wednesday, December 18, 2019 the Richmond Intermediate Wrestling team traveled to the Wayne Middle School Quad tournament in Huber Heights, OH and competed against the following teams: Wayne Middle School, Greenon Middle School, and West Carrollton Middle School.   During the

Boys Basketball: Red Devils Rally, but Fall to Unbeaten Spartans

Richmond dug deep on Saturday against an unbeaten Connersville team on the road. But the Red Devil rally came up just short as the Class 3A No. 4 Spartans held on for a 36-32 win. Richmond had trailed by as many as 18 points in the first half. The Red Devils trimmed the lead to