Richmond Girls Junior Varsity Soccer

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Soccer Camp- Wednesday Night Postponed

Soccer camp scheduled for Wednesday evening has been postponed due to incoming weather. Does that mean you miss out on a day of camp?  Nope!  Camp will run as scheduled Thursday, and an extra session will be added Friday from 5:00-6:30.

Interested in Girls Soccer?

Richmond Girls soccer will have informational meetings next week for any girl interested in playing high school soccer in the fall. We will have a summer schedule including practices and scrimmages. Meetings will be held at each of the middle schools plus the high school. Monday, May 20th Test 5:00pm Wednesday, May 22nd Dennis 5:00pm

NCC Soccer Awards Announced

This evening the NCC released the list of award winners for both boys and girls soccer. Girls Soccer Nakala Bennett, Courtney McNew, and Payton VanMiddlesworth were All-NCC 1st Team selections. Mackenzie Cook and Marie Suarez were All-NCC 2nd Team selections. Boys Soccer Andrew Click was an All-NCC 1st Team selection. Hunter Walters was an All-NCC 2nd Team

Girls Soccer- Red Devils Finish 3rd in NCC

By Neal VanMiddlesworth Nakala Bennett has been a Giant killer this season with 6 goals in two games against Marion. Marion again had no answer for Bennett’s speed as RHS beat Marion 5-0 in the second game of the NCC Tourney in Kokomo. Nakala scored at the 15 minute mark to give RHS the 1-0

Girls Soccer- Richmond Defeats Jay County

The Lady Devils held on to beat Jay County 4-3 to Avenge last year’s 6-2 loss.  The Devils had six players who were either injured or hadn’t gotten the requisite number of practices in.  The devils only used 12 players and 1 substitution. The back line played well behind the stellar play of Aaliyah Porfidio

Girls Soccer- Scrimmage Update

The Lady Devils had a solid performance, Saturday, in the final scrimmage of the season, against Union Co. The ladies outscored the Patriots in three periods 4-2, 2-1, and 3-0. The defense looked solid and freshman Goalkeeper Molly O’Brien stopped 2 pk’s during regular game play. The devils outscored the Patriots in the final PK