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Runners fourth at MRVC meet

Due to the soggy and muddy course, the times at the MRVC and Richmond Invitational cross country meets held Thursday at Southview Park were not that impressive, but there were…

OHS spikers advance to semis

The Orrick Lady Bearcats had very little trouble in its first-round Class 1, District 15 match at Wellington-Napoleon on Monday night. Orrick, the No. 2 seed, swept Kansas City Southeast…

Lady Spartans fall in district

The Richmond volleyball season came to an end Monday night in the opening round of the Class 3, District 15 Tournament at Excelsior Springs as the Lady Spartans were swept…

Simple approach works for Dawgs

A 30-point outburst in the second period kept the Hardin-Central Bulldogs’ playoff hopes alive Friday night as they stopped the visiting Chilhowee Indians 54-26. After struggling the past couple of…

Spartans dominate Pirates

The Boonville Pirates were never really in their Class 3, District 14 matchup with Richmond at Spartan Stadium Friday night. However, when they did get back in the game with…

38 AND COUNTING … STILL

Orrick Coach Pat Richard said his Bearcats had one of their best week of practices heading into Friday’s District 13 meeting at home with Braymer. The Bearcats turned that into…

Spartans have no margin for error

It’s time to break out the clichés following Richmond’s 9-0 loss at Odessa last week to open District 14 play – “backs are against the wall,” “there’s no tomorrow,” “it’s…

Bearcats expect “A” game from Braymer

Orrick Coach Pat Richard will not be misled by Braymer’s 5-3 record. The Bearcats and Bobcats will renew their old-school CRC battle at 7 p.m. Friday night at Simmons Field…

Improved Chilhowee visits Meador Field

The Hardin-Central Bulldogs don’t have a lot of time to get things turned around. After dropping their first district contest 60-6 last week to Miami, the Bulldogs host Chilhowee Friday…

Weather shortens Class 1 state golf

Thanks to Mother Nature, Savannah was able to retain its Class 1 Girls’ State Golf title Tuesday at the Sedalia Country Club. Savannah entered Day 2 of the 36-hole tournament…