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2017 Bob Wettig Basketball Tournament Preview

The 12th annual Bob Wettig Basketball Tournament will be held in Richmond December 27-29 in both the Tiernan Center and on the campus of Indiana University East.  The first round games include: December 27 Shelbyville Game 1 10:00am TC Indy Lighthouse Cathedral Game 2 11:30am TC Belmont (OH) SB Adams Game 3 1:00pm TC Attucks

2017 Palladium Item Fall Athletes of the Year Announced

The Palladium Item announced their 2017 Fall Athletes of the Year over the weekend.  The Red Devils claimed 4 of the 8 top spots. Volleyball- Bekah Johnston   Tennis- Ryan Hollingsworth   Boys Soccer- Denis Herrera   Girls Soccer- Payton VanMiddlesworth

Richmond High School Boys Varsity Tennis beat Batesville High School 4-1

Tuesday, October 3, 2017 4:30 PM Batesville High School AWAY 1 Richmond High School HOME 4 Meet Recap During the first night of Regional play the Red Devils hosted New Castle defeating them 4-1 to advance to the championship match the following night. Facing off against the Bulldogs of Batesville the Red Devils again won

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

Wednesday, September 27, 2017 4:30 PM Centerville High School AWAY 0 Richmond High School HOME 5 Meet Recap After defeating Lincoln 5-0 in the first round of sectionals and defeating Northeastern 5-0 in the second round, the championship was set up between the Red Devils and the Bulldogs for Friday night. The Devils made quick

Richmond High School Boys Varsity Tennis finishes 2nd place

Saturday, September 23, 2017 9:00 AM Place 2 Points 3 Meet Recap Playing three matches in the ninety degree heat only helped to prepare the Devils for a deep tourney run starting this week. Richmond opened play at the Delta Invitational against Yorktown and defeated the Tigers 4-1. Dropping just a single match at one

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

Thursday, September 21, 2017 4:30 PM Lincoln High School AWAY 0 Richmond High School HOME 5 Meet Recap The Red Devil’s played their last home match of the year before hosting Sectionals next week and finished with a 5-0 shutout of Lincoln. All positions won in two sets which led to the Devils domination of

Richmond High School Boys Varsity Tennis beat Mt Vernon High School 5-0

Monday, September 18, 2017 5:00 PM Mt Vernon High School AWAY 0 Richmond High School HOME 5 Meet Recap Even though Mother Nature tried to delay the match with Mt. Vernon for the second time with rain, it cleared up in time for the Devils to defeat the Mt. Vernon Marauders 5-0. All three singlesspots,

Richmond High School Boys Varsity Tennis falls to Marion High School 3-2

Saturday, September 16, 2017 1:30 PM Richmond High School AWAY 2 Marion High School HOME 3 Meet Recap The Devils lost to Marion for the second weekend to claim second place in the NCC tourney. The Devils had a chance to win even being down 0-2, but came up short after having to default a

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

Saturday, September 16, 2017 9:00 AM Richmond High School AWAY 5 Kokomo High School HOME 0 Meet Recap The Red Devils won at all five spots to beat Kokomo in the semi finals of the NCC Tournament on Saturday. Winning in straight sets were Ryan Hollingsworth at one singles, Josh Jones at three singles, George

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 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