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H-C girls fall to Santa Fe

’Dawgs take Chiefs down to the wire in regular-season finale By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News With Hardin-Central trailing Santa Fe by two points and less than a minute left…

H-C boys fall by 20 to Santa Fe

Size mismatches prove too much for ’Dawgs By Shawn Roney/For The Richmond News Hardin-Central found itself at a size disadvantage Thursday night against visiting Santa Fe – and Hardin-Central boys…

The mettle to medal: RHS 4th at state

Two losses in finals can’t dampen Spartan success at state tourney By Russ Green, Sports Editor For the first time since a third-place showing in 2007, the Richmond Spartans are bringing…

Finishing strong: ’Cats down Concordia; end season with eight-game winning streak

By Shawn Roney, for the Richmond News For Orrick, Tuesday night’s win over visiting Concordia was more than a Senior Night and I-70 Conference victory. It was the final step…

Huskers move closer to another title

By Russ Green, Sports Editor The Higginsville Huskers came out looking for revenge against the team that snapped its 32-game MRVC East winning streak last month. The Huskers scored the…

Offense misfires for Lady Spartans at Higginsville

By Russ Green, Sports Editor Chances for an MRVC East championship three-peat for the Richmond Lady Spartans were dealt a severe blow Tuesday night. The Lady Spartans struggled in almost…

Spartans claim district title; now eye state tourney

By Russ Green/Sports Editor The Spartan wrestlers had gone 11 years without bringing home a district championship. They changed all that in a big way Friday and Saturday by dominating…

Spartans stay alive in race after edging Lexington

By Russ Green/Sports Editor Richmond did what it had to do Friday night to get past a battling Lexington squad as the Spartans escaped with a 66-60 MRVC East victory.…

Strong first half lifts Lady Spartans to road win

By Russ Green/Sports Editor Friday’s Lady Spartan game at Lexington was a tale of two halves. Visiting Richmond completely dominated the first half, but most of the second half belonged…

Top seed Eagles hold off Hardin-Central in CLAA finals

By Russ Green/Sports Editor Northwestern’s Garrett Johnson sealed up Most Valuable Player honors for the CLAA Tournament Saturday at Tina-Avalon. The Eagles guard hit five 3-point attempts on the way…