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Richmond Places Second at NCC Championship

Grind. Determination. Mental toughness. #gRit. “Nothing else matters, not what we have shot, not the good or the bad. This is a new season. We’re 0-0 and we can make a statement right here and now about what this season is going to look like for us. Go out and play your game.” These were

Richmond High School Boys Varsity Tennis beat East Central High School 5-0

Monday, September 11, 2017 5:30 PM Richmond High School AWAY 5 East Central High School HOME 0 Meet Recap The Devils returned to their winning ways by defeating East Central 5-0. Winning on the night were Ryan Hollingsworth at one singles, Kyle Hollingsworth at two singles, and Josh Jones at three singles. Winning for the

Richmond High School Varsity Football falls to Muncie Central High School 56-14

Friday, September 8, 2017 7:00 PM Richmond High School AWAY 14 Muncie Central High School HOME 56 Game Recap It was Homecoming night for the Muncie Central Bearcats, and the Red Devils gave them a good fight for three quarters, but ultimately lost 56-14. The Red Devils made the Bearcats punt on their first possession

Richmond High School Boys Varsity Tennis beat Anderson High School 5-0

Saturday, September 9, 2017 12:30 PM Richmond High School AWAY 5 Anderson High School HOME 0 Meet Recap In the second NCC match of the day the Devils rebounded nicely with a 5-0 win over Anderson. After suffering their first loss of the season the boys made light work of Anderson winning at all spots

Richmond High School Boys Varsity Tennis finishes 1st place

Saturday, September 9, 2017 10:00 AM Place 1 Points 4 Meet Recap The Devils traveled to Anderson to play two NCC matches on Saturday. First up for the Devils was a match with the Marion Giants at Anderson University. Even though the final score doesn’t show it, Marion won 4-1, the Devils were in the

Richmond High School Girls Varsity Cross Country finishes 12th place

Saturday, September 9, 2017 9:00 AM Place 12 Points 258 Meet Recap The Lady Red Devils finished a grueling week, as they ran in four meets through eight days. With that being said, the lady Red Devils continued to improve their times as everyone cam out to the Randolph Southern Invitational to compete. Placing for