Richmond Boys Middle School Swimming

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Intermediate School Athletics- Fall Information

The 2020-21 school year is approaching quickly.  Although things are constantly changing these days, we wanted to give you the most up to date Intermediate School Athletics information for the Fall season.  Here is what you need to know to get involved in the Red Devil programs: Cross Country  Grade Levels- 5-8 Practice- Test Middle School and

IS Swimming- Richmond at East Central

  FIRST PLACE FINISHERS Jacob Lindahl (returning swimmer) Boys 200 Yard Freestyle with a time of 2:39.61 Payne Forrest (first year swimmer) Boys 50 Yard Freestyle with a time of 32.34 Masson Heiny (returning swimmer) Boys 100 Yard Butterfly with a time of 1:13.31 Boys 200 Yard Freestyle – A Relay Payne Forrest Jacob Lindahl

Intermediate School Fall Sports- Looking For Athletes

As we approach the beginning of the school year, Intermediate School Athletics is already up and rolling.  If you have not yet started working out with a team, don’t worry- there is still time to join.  Here is what you need to know to get involved in the Red Devil programs: Cross Country  Grade Levels- 5-8

IS Swimming Falls to Sunman Dearborn (East Central)

The Richmond IS Swim Team faced Sunman Dearborn (East Central) in their first home event of the season.  The girls team fell 49-133 and the boys team fell 53-126. While the score was not in the Devils favor, there were several positives to be taken from the event. First Place Boys 1 meter diving :

IS Sports- Fall Preview

As we approach the beginning of the school year, Intermediate School Athletics is already up and rolling.  Here is what you need to know to get involved in the Red Devil programs: Swimming  Grade Levels- 5-8 Practice- After school at Tiano Pool from 4:00-5:30      See transportation notes below. Home Events- Tiano Pool (RHS) Coach-

IS Swimming vs Connersville

The Richmond Intermediate Swimming and Diving team put up a great fight with their Thursday night competitor, Connersville Middle School. The Red Devils started their meet strong with a four event first place sweep, but didn’t have the numbers to contend. First place finishers were Girls and Boys 200 Yard Medley Relays (Ryan Wagers, Avery