Richmond Boys Varsity Track

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Boys Track Wraps Up Impressive Regional Performance

Thursday night was marked with several impressive performances from the Richmond Red Devils. The night opened with back-to-back PRs from senior Kody Reece. He jumped a 17-inch PR in the long jump of 21′ 5.5″, which clinched him fourth place. Reece wasn’t done impressing yet. He led off the 4×100 meter relay consisting of junior

Track Athletes Named to Academic All-State

Richmond track is proud to announce Taylor Brown, Taylor Burden, Olivia Swonder, and Elizabeth Weber as senior Academic All-State for the 2018 track season. Payton VanMiddlesworth was also named to junior Academic All-State. Both Derick Casiano and Luis Vivanco were listed as Honorable Mentions for Academic All-State. They compete tonight in the 4×800 meter relay

Stanley, Reece Dominate in 3rd-place Sectional Finish

Richmond track finished Sectional in third place Thursday night. Junior Jermayne Stanley had a banner night, taking first place in the 100 meter dash (11.32 seconds) and 200 meter dash (23.25 seconds). Sophomore Teddy Sumling joined him in the 100 meter dash with a third-place 11.42 seconds. The two make up half of the sectional-winning

Track Comes Up Short Against Anderson

Both boys and girls track teams came up short in Thursday night’s dual meet against Anderson. Highlights of the night included a sweep of the girls long jump with senior Riley Austin in 1st place, senior Lindsey Griffin in second place, and freshman Aaliyah Porfidio-Brown in third place. The boys also came up with a

PRs and Hand-Offs Book-end Conference Track Meet

It was a night of heavy ups and downs in Marion for the RHS track teams. Richmond girls finished in 7th place in the conference with 38 points, beating out Muncie Central, Indianapolis Arsenal Technical, and Marion. Richmond boys finished last in the conference. The 4×800 meter relay team of junior Jennifer Lopez, senior Olivia

RHS Beats Union City, Goes Down to Hagerstown in 3-Way Meet

Both boys and girls track teams fell to Hagerstown while still taking a win over Union City on Thursday night. Scoring relay performances for the Red Devil boys included the 4×800 meter relay team in second with a time of 9:20, the 4×100 meter relay team in first with a time of 44.21 seconds, and

Richmond Track Loses Dual Meet Against Muncie Central

Richmond struggled to find its footing in the meet against Muncie Central on Tuesday night. Standout individual performances came in first-place finishes for senior Taylor Burden in shot put, sophomore Lauren Carr in discus, senior Riley Austin in long jump and the 200 meter dash. The 4×100 meter relay of senior Lindsey Griffin, Austin, sophomore

Individual Devils Shine, Boys Finish Fifth at Dean Stoltz Invitational

There was a lot to like about Richmond track in Eaton on Friday night. After a slow start to the season, many Devils had a strong showing among the 14-team field of athletes. In the fastest event of the night, junior Jermayne Stanley took home a blue ribbon in the 100 meter dash with a

Track Loses Dual Meet to Franklin County

Both boys and girls track came up short in Tuesday night’s dual meet against Franklin County. It wasn’t all bad news, however. Highlights from the Red Devils include a boys 100 meter dash sweep consisting of junior Jermayne Stanley, sophomore Teddy Sumling, and freshman Gage Puterbaugh. Sophomore Lauren Foote’s debut in the 100 meter hurdles

Track Finishes Marion Relays in 8th Place

New PRs were the focal point for Richmond track athletes as both teams finished in 8th place at Saturday’s Marion Relays meet. “We have a lot of work to do,” said Coach Hunter Lambright. “We’re seeing a lot of individual successes, which tells us we’re on the right track.” Junior Jermayne Stanley put up a