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Third-ranked Bulldogs run past Santa Fe

By Russ Green Sports Editor Coach Kirk Thacker was able to get some playing time for his varsity and his reserves Monday as the Hardin-Central Bulldogs rolled over the Santa…

Richmond Youth Football Super Bowl match-ups on Saturday: Mustangs-Tigers (Younger Division), Warriors-Bulls (Older Division)

Super Bowl Saturday schedule: 8 a.m. Knights v. Raptors, 3rd and 4th place, Younger Division 10 a.m. Bulldawgz v. Bearcats, 3rd and 4th, Older Division Noon Mustangs v. Tigers, Super…

The Bell rings again for Spartans

By Russ Green Sports Editor The Richmond offense was held to a three and out on its first series of the night Friday in the annual Bell Game clash with…

Dawgs run for 409 yards in 40-12 win

By Russ Green Sports Editor   The Hardin-Central Bulldogs put together one of their top rushing nights of the season Friday night to remain unbeaten following a 40-12 victory at…

Bearcats have tough go at Santa Fe

By Russ Green Sports Editor The Santa Fe defense held Orrick to just 3 first downs Friday night as the Chiefs capped a successful homecoming with a 45-0 win over…

Netters end successful 2011 season

By Russ Green Sports Editor Although the Richmond Lady Spartans’ tennis season officially came to an end Saturday, coach Zach Danner said he can look back on the year as…

Junior high Bearcats learning, winning

By Mark Johnson For The Richmond News Fielding only 15 players through most of the season, the Orrick Junior High football team is giving Bearcat fans reason to believe in…

Platte City ends Lady Spartans softball season

By Russ Green Sports Editor After opening the Class 3, District 15 softball tournament with a victory, the Richmond Lady Spartans had their season end in the semifinals against the…

Walk-ons inject Bulldog presence at MU

By David Knopf/News Editor There was an element of luck in former Hardin-Central football player Daniel Carpenter running an offensive series with the Missouri Tigers. But as coaches love to…

Keeping the Bell would crown a Homecoming success

By Russ Green Sports Editor Richmond Coach Rob Bowers and his staff were pleased with how their team bounced back from a disappointing outing just one week earlier. After thoroughly…