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Team effort leads to title for Orrick

The Orrick Lady Bearcats captured their first Bill Burns Classic championship in Lathrop Saturday night as they defeated the hosts 53-42. Orrick had three players reach double digits and coach…

Two Spartans make MRVC finals

The MRVC wrestling tournament turned out to be a two-team race Friday and Saturday at Harrisonville. The Oak Grove Panthers totaled 430 points to take the team title, with Excelsior…

RHS stung by Lady Hornets

The Richmond Lady Spartans ran into a huge roadblock Thursday night as they tried to extend their winning streak to four games. The Lady Spartans met the No. 2-ranked team…

North Platte pulls away from Bearcats

The Orrick Bearcats spent much of their Thursday night battling from behind in the semifinals of the Bill Burns Classic at Lathrop. Orrick was never quite able to make up…

Defense lifts Spartans to finals

It wasn’t a work of art, but the Richmond Spartans battled their way past the host Cardinals and into their third straight Lawson Invitational championship game Thursday night. Richmond got…

Lessons learned

Hardin-Central learned some things on Tuesday night in a 52-37 home loss to Southwest. The Lady Bulldogs took those lessons into Wednesday night’s weather-delayed Braymer Invitational title game when they…

Lady Cats in Burns final

Orrick reached double-digit scoring in all four quarters Wednesday night as the Lady Bearcats thumped North Platte 50-27 in the semifinals of the Bill Burns Classic in Lathrop. Orrick, now…

Quick start puts Spartans in semis

The Richmond Spartans have had problems getting the offense going early in games this season, but Tuesday night’s Lawson Tournament opener had a much different beginning. The Spartans ended their…

Lady Spartans win third straight

Richmond’s third victory in a row did not come easily Tuesday night as the Lady Spartans held off a late charge by Gallatin to advance to the semifinals of the…

Grapplers get split at home

Richmond wrestling coach Ken Simmons was not pleased despite his team’s double dual split with visiting Carrollton and Cameron Tuesday night at the RHS gym. Richmond evened its MRVC East…