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Lady Spartans advance to Husker consolation final

By Russ Green-Sports Editor The Richmond Lady Spartans bounced back from their first loss of the season by posting their highest point total of the season Wednesday night to advance…

Cameron shuts down Spartans again

By Russ Green-Sports Editor It was another slow start for the Richmond Spartans Tuesday night as they dropped the opener of the Husker Classic to Cameron. Richmond did not get…

Grid honors for three Hardin-Central athletes

By Russ Green-Sports Editor Three Hardin-Central Bulldogs earned some post-season honors from the Missouri 8-man Coaches Association. Juniors Rhyler Estenbaum and Tommy Burton, along with senior Matt Hymiller were named…

Bulldogs roll on; Lady Dawgs fall

By Russ Green-Sports Editor The Hardin-Central Bulldogs continued their season-opening surge Monday night by chalking up their fifth victory in as many tries with a dominating 92-33 road win at…

Wrestlers beat Harrisonville, lose to Smithville

By Russ Green-Sports Editor The Spartan wrestling team earned a split of a triangular held Tuesday night at Harrisonville featuring the host Wildcats and the Class 2 runners-up from last…

Quick start helps Tigers top Orrick

Top-seeded Wellington-Napoleon got out of the gate quickly in the I-70 Conference tournament opener Tuesday night. The Tigers jumped out to an 18-4 lead in the first quarter on the…

RHS wrestlers win 11 medals at Marceline Tourney

By Russ Green-Sports Editor The Spartan wrestlers earned passing grades as they faced their first tournament test of the new season. Richmond brought home 11 medals from the 12-team Marceline…

Spartans sweep opener

By Russ Green-Sports Editor The Spartan wrestling team had very little trouble in defeating an under-manned St. Pius team and then used five consecutive falls to defeat Excelsior Springs Thursday…

H-C boys win own tournament again

Bulldogs remain unbeaten to begin season By Shawn Roney-For The Richmond News Some local high school basketball fans might think the Hardin-Central Tournament has become predictable – at least on…

Shots won’t drop as Spartans fall to visiting Cameron

By Russ Green-Sports Editor The Spartans could not find their shooting touch Friday night. Richmond hit just 12 of its 47 shots from the field as the Spartans dropped a…