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Area hoops seniors selected for Lions’ game

The District 26-M5 Lions Club All-Star basketball games tip off Saturday night in Marshall, and the Ray County area will be well represented. Three Ray County graduated seniors are among…

Gorham finishes 14th at state

Richmond’s Cody Gorham finished in 14th place Saturday while competing in the 1,600-meter run at the Class 3 State meet held in Jefferson City. The Spartan sophomore, the lone Richmond…

Evans, Carroll named first-team all-MRVC East

Conference champion Carrollton landed a league-high four players on the first-team MRVC East all-conference squad. The 19-2 Trojans, who are in the Class 2 state semifinals this evening, also had…

Cougars MINK debut Wednesday

One of the two newest MINK League entries will make their debut on June 2 as the Excelsior Springs Cougars take the field against the St. Joseph Mustangs. The Cougars…

Going out a winner

The Richmond Spartans had a chance to close out the 2010 high school baseball season on a good note Monday afternoon. The Spartans erased a small bit of their disappointing…

Three compete in Class 1 for H-C

Hardin-Central sophomore Grant Wheeler placed 12th in the 3,200-meter run at the Class 1 State track meet held in Jefferson City. Wheeler qualified for two state events. He ran the…

Relay teams keep Lawson busy

Jordan Akers competed in three individual events, in addition to running on one of the four Lawson Cardinal relay teams at this weekend’s Class 2 State track meet in Jefferson…

Gorham to represent RHS at Class 3 meet

Richmond sophomore Cody Gorham will be heading to Jefferson City this weekend to compete in the Class 3 state meet. Gorham qualified for one event after Saturday’s Sectional meet held…

Eubank wins state triple jump title

Orrick junior Logan Eubank brought home a first- and a second-place medal from the Class 1 State track meet held at Lincoln University in Jefferson City. Eubank captured the triple…

Bats go silent in district final

So close, yet so far away. The Richmond Spartans came up one game short of claiming their first ever district baseball championship on a damp and cool Wednesday afternoon at…