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ROCKINGHAM – It’s no secret that Richmond Senior High School senior running back Dante Miller is a hardworking individual on and off the football field. And now his individual efforts are being rewarded, as he can rise and “shrine” each morning before heading off to school and practice.
FAYETTEVILLE - After the Richmond Senior High School girls tennis team did what head coach Mike Way called a "slip into the playoffs as a wild card," the Lady Raiders were able to defeat Pine Forest overall 5-3 to move on to the second round of the North Carolina High…
SOUTHERN PINES - It was a championship atmosphere Thursday when the Richmond Senior High School boys and girls cross country ran in the Sandhills Athletic Conference championship at the Pinecrest Elk Lodge. Neither team would earn the No. 1 the honor, but personal records and impressive individual showings were present.
ROCKINGHAM - On a night when Raider fans were celebrating the 1997 state championship team, the current Richmond squad was doing some winning of their own when they hosted the Lumberton High School Pirates Friday night.
WADESBORO, N.C. - It's been a pretty good last 10 days for Richmond County middle school athletics.
ROCKINGHAM – It’s no surprise that the Lady Raiders volleyball team has been good this season, going a perfect 25-0 in regular season and Sandhills Athletic Conference tournament play. And now they’re being rewarded.
LUMBERTON, N.C. - With the Richmond Senior High School junior varsity football team heading into its game against Lumberton High School Thursday night, head coach Patrick Hope was concerned that distractions from Homecoming Week might interfere with his team's concentration.
ROCKINGHAM - On Wednesday night, all senior players on the Richmond Raiders boys soccer team were celebrated before playing their final regular season game. They're not the only ones, however, as head coach Bennie Howard will be calling it quits at the end of the school year.
ROCKINGHAM – Still perfect. Still hungry. Still history to be made.
ROCKINGHAM - As the season quickly moves along, the junior varsity Raiders football team has yet to know how it feels to lose a ballgame after defeating Hoke County High School last week 49-0. On Thursday, the Raiders will keep chugging along when they travel to Lumberton High School to…
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