Richmond Girls Varsity Golf

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Golf- Lapel Invitational Results

Richmond failed to separate themselves from the pack of teams that played on the Lapel Invitational at Edgewood Golf Club Saturday. No one was able to break 90 but folks got a great look at the course where our Regional tournament is played. The day started out with a rain delay for 30 minutes but

Golf Defeats Rebels

Esther Etherington goes back to back with Medalist honors as the Red Devils defeated Randolph Southern 182 to 250 at Winchester GC Thursday night. It was beautiful but breezy night that saw the RHS squad struggle a bit with their first experience on the Pony 9. Esther’s 42 was 4 strokes ahead of Brianna Fisher

Girls Golf Defeats Franklin County

Monday- The Lady Devils needed a dose of home cooking and got a full serving tonight hosting Franklin County at the friendly confines of the Richmond Elks. RHS defeated the Wildcats 168 to 176. The evening saw some really good golf from 1st time Medalist Esther Etherington who dropped a cool 38 to edge out

Golf Wins Union County Invitational

Response! Our Lady Red Devils did a great job of responding after suffering a heartbreaking 1 stroke defeat in our Invitational Monday by winning the Union Co Invitational Tuesday at Liberty Country Club. Of the 5 medalist spots acknowledged RHS claimed 3 of them with Brianna 80 (2nd), Ashlyn 84 (3rd), & Ester 85. After yesterday’s lost Coach Brent did an

Golf Updates- Devils 2nd in Invite, Anderson Match Cancelled

The Red Devils (360) fell one shot short of Franklin County (359) to finish second in their season opening invitational Monday.  Ashlyn Spurrier carded an 84 to lead the Red Devils.  That round landed her in second place as an individual as the medalist from Batesville shot a 77. The Red Devils were scheduled to

2018-19 YIR #2- Girls Golf Ends Year at State Finals

Former Richmond girls golf coach Caleb Snyder had known throughout the season his team was talented enough to make a state trip. In late September, the years and months of work paid off as the Red Devils earned a spot in the IHSAA State Finals at Prairie View Country Club. The appearance was a fitting