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Bearcats run string to 31

After opening the new football season with a convincing victory, Orrick Coach Pat Richard still felt his two-time defending Class 1 champions still had some areas to improve on. The…

Dawgs outlast Stewartsville

Hardin-Central scored on three straight second-period possessions to open up a 26-14 halftime lead as the Bulldogs picked up win No. 1 of the season Friday night with a 46-36…

RHS splits four at Cameron

After starting the season with back-to-back losses, the Richmond Lady Spartan softball team found a pair of wins Saturday at the Cameron Tournament. Richmond, now 2-4 for the season split…

Favored Huskers stop RHS

Higginsville showed the Richmond Lady Spartans why they are the team to beat in the MRVC East tennis competition. The Lady Huskers chalked up their second league win in as…

Early lead not enough for Lady Spartans in first road test

Richmond scored a pair of runs in the top of the first inning Thursday at Higginsville, but could not manage any more offensive production as the Lady Spartans dropped a…

Fixing mistakes a priority for Spartans

As the Spartans get ready for Friday night’s road trip to Holden, Richmond Coach Rob Bowers knows his team is a much better squad than the one that lost last…

Dawgs still juggling backfield lineup

The 2009 season opener didn’t go as planned for coach Kirk Thacker and his young Hardin-Central Bulldogs. With a lot of first-year starters, the Dawgs learned some valuable lessons in…

Another road test for top-ranked Bearcats

The Orrick Bearcats hit the road for the second time in as many weeks Friday as they travel to Centerview for another I-70 Conference tilt with Crest Ridge. Despite 59…

RHS golfers get first victory

Richmond Coach Murray Dennis said his Lady Spartan golfers did not have one of their better days on the course Wednesday, but he was still pleased they managed to pick…

Lady Bearcats reach season-low

The Orrick Lady Bearcats’ season-low score was enough to win a dual with St. Paul’s of Concordia 232-271 Wednesday. Coach Courtney Adams said her girls are beginning to play more…