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ROCKINGHAM — With the high school football season kicking off less than a month from now, many in Raider Nation are getting excited, and for good reason. 

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ROCKINGHAM – One way to take the wind from beneath your opponent’s wings is to muster up some late-game theatrics and implement suffocating defense. And that’s exactly what the Richmond Senior High School varsity football team did Friday night against the visiting Seventy-First High School Falcons.

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In another new featured column, the Richmond Observer is proud to announce it will be showcasing a weekly “Raiders Marching Band Member of the Week.” Written by Celve Baxley, this feature will shadow the Official Richmond County Athlete of the Week.

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ROCKINGHAM – It’s no secret that the Richmond Senior High School Raiders football team has an explosive high-caliber offense that has the ability to put up big numbers on any given week. But it was the Raiders defense that locked down the crowd’s attention Friday night, as Richmond defeated Sandhills Athletic Conference rival Pinecrest High School 28-7.

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Sunday, 29 November -0001 19:00

RSHS Boys Soccer Drop First Scrimmage of Season

ROCKINGHAM – As the Richmond Senior High School boys soccer team looks to repeat as Southeastern Conference champions this year, it got off to a slow star in Thursday’s scrimmage against North Moore High School.

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ROCKINGHAM – With the winding down of summer comes the vamping up of fall sports, and for dozens of Richmond County’s youngsters, the best organization to participate in is the Richmond Youth Football Association.

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Friday, 21 July 2017 07:56

QB Search Heats Up as Raiders Take Off Week

ROCKINGHAM – With the transition of Richmond Senior High School’s football program to new head coach Bryan Till’s system, there comes new plays, schemes and expectations. But the most pressing issue heading into the season may be who is going to captain the offense as the Raiders’ quarterback.

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Wednesday, 12 July 2017 06:53

Ready to Return Richmond Football to Greatness

ROCKINGHAM — If Richmond County emulates anything, it's the small Southern community that works hard, goes to church and breathes high school football. And with the Richmond Senior High School Raiders football program as the pulsing heartbeat on autumn Friday nights, newly hired head coach Bryan Till has just one thing on his mind: restoring greatness to a school with a storied history.

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