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IS Track Competes at Greenville, OH Invite

Highlights from the IS track invite at Greenville, OH include: Boys Aiden Snedigar- 1st in Shot Put and Discuss Anthony Cross- 2nd in High Jump 4 x 400- 5th place 4 x 200- 4th place Lucas Hall- 5th in the 400 4 x 100- 4th place   Girls Molly O’Brien- 4th in Discus Brianna Hilliard-

IS Track Has Strong Showing at Home

With a large crowd supporting them, the Intermediate School track team performed well at home against Hagerstown and Lincoln on Wednesday.   The Richmond boys team finished first with 60 points, Hagerstown (42) was second, and Lincoln (24) was third. Highlights from the boys included: High Jump- Anthony Cross (2) Boys 100 m Dash- Anthony Cross (1)

Monday Weather Report- More Bad News

JV and Varsity Baseball games tonight are cancelled. Baseball will practice in the Tiernan Center from 3:45-5:00 PM tonight. JV Softball for tonight has been cancelled due to the weather. Softball practice will begin at 4:00 today in the Tiernan Center. IS Track practice has been cancelled for tonight.  You will practice Tuesday (tomorrow). IS

IS Track Finishes Second at Muncie Invitational

The Richmond IS girls track team girls finished second at the Muncie Invitational.  They came up just short as they were 2 points away from finishing first. Highlights include: Girls 100 dash- Khalidah Hickson (1st) and Tamia Hampton (3rd) 1600 run- Shelby Bolser (3rd) 100 hurdles- Khalidah Hickson (2nd) and Kinsey Bosell (3rd) 4×1 relay-

Homecoming 2017

Homecoming 2017 was packed with fans both young and old(er) as halftime had a celebration of the 1967 State Champion team (See the Pal-Item video here.) (Read the Pal-Item story here.) a band performance from both RHS and the intermediate school programs, and the crowning of the 2017 Homecoming King and Queen. Here is a

Top Moment #8: Red Devils Rack up Regional Spots

With the 2017-18 athletic season set to begin at the end of this month, here’s a look back at the top ten stories of the year from Richmond High School athletics from 2016-17. The Red Devils enjoyed a great deal of success in many sports, but a few teams and individuals merited a bit more

Sports Physicals for $10

$10 High School Athletic Physicals Reid Orthopedics – 1400 Highland Road Thursday, June 1 from 5:30-7 p.m. Thursday, July 27 from 5:30-7 p.m. 2 Sessions with 120 available slots for each Register online here

Riley Austin Wins NCC Long Jump Championship

Riley Austin won the North Central Conference championship in the long jump after her personal best jump of 16 feet, 4 ¾ inches. Riley entered the event ranked third, and overcame the elements to claim her first NCC long jump title. Austin also helped Richmond’s 1,600-meter relay team finish second, along with Jada Hunter, Nakala

What’s Happening in RHS Athletics?

Spring has sprung…a leak.  Schedules have been changed regularly, and it looks like the end of the week could be eventful.  With the spring teams off to a strong start, we are now hosting several additional NCC events in addition to our regular contests.  We encourage you to come out and support the Red Devils.

IS Girls Track Finishes Second

The Richmond IS girls track team (32) finished second in their final home meet of the year. Connersville (58) finished first while Seton (31) finished third.  The team continues to improve as they progress through their season.  Winners for Richmond included Bosell and Porfidio-Brown.  Allen and Bolser had second place finishes for the Red Devils.