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WILMINGTON — A text message from a former assistant coach opened up a whole new world for former Richmond Senior High School volleyball player Altman Griffin.
ROCKINGHAM — To go along with its seven state title banners, Raider Stadium is now becoming one of the most innovative and technologically-advanced high school sports venues in the state of North Carolina.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - As the dark clouds and lightning descended upon Daytona International Speedway Sunday afternoon, Justin Haley climbed out of his No. 77 Spire Motorsports Chevrolet feeling like it was perhaps divine intervention. He was first on the scoreboard at the time Sunday’s Coke Zero Sugar 400 was…
SOUTHERN PINES — A three-run top of the fourth inning for the Richmond Rattlers’ varsity baseball team proved to be the difference maker in Tuesday’s win over Pinecrest.
SOUTHERN PINES — Taking advantage of a couple of early-game miscues coupled with some late-game insurance runs helped the Richmond Rattlers’ junior varsity baseball team slide past Pinecrest on Tuesday.
ROCKINGHAM — Tuesday’s 7-on-7 scrimmage for the Richmond Senior High School football program was the team’s final home tournament this summer, but it served as a warmup for the Raiders’ biggest contest ahead of the regular season.
ROCKINGHAM — As the Richmond Senior High School football program prepares to get back in the swing of things following its first NCHSAA dead week, there’s another group of Raiders also getting back on the practice field.
ORLANDO, Fla. — Ahead of their junior seasons with the Richmond Senior High School volleyball team, Georgia Grace Anderson and Emy Cooley took a break from summer workouts to compete in the AAU 2019 Girls’ Nationals Tournament.
ROCKINGHAM — While the dog days of summer hit Richmond County this week with blazing temperatures, the Richmond Senior High School football program turned down the heat with its first of two dead weeks.
For eight years, Kemba Walker was Charlotte Hornets basketball. He loved the city, and the fans loved him back. Despite being able to ask out whenever he wanted, Walker was loyal to the city and the franchise that took a chance on him as an undersized bucket-getter out of UConn.
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