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Wildcats drop heartbreaker in Holiday Classic

SAVANNAH – The annual three-day Savannah Holiday Classic basketball tournament kicked off last night with both the Wildcats and the Lady Wildcats losing in the opening round. Despite maintaining a lead through most of the game, the boys lost to Calvary Day in a heartbreaking 57-56 contest. Chakiris Moss led the Wildczats with 25 points.The girls lost 50-38 to Groves. Tyler Carlson racked up 25 points for the Lady Cats. Both the boys and girls will play today out of the losers bracket at either Savannah Country Day or Wiley Gym depending on Friday's results. The potential match ups ...

January 05, 2008 | By Terry Logan for the Bryan County News | Sports


Richmond Hill basketball teams sweep Claxton

Richmond Hill basketball took another positive step forward in its rebuilding year for both the boys and girls programs by defeating Claxton this past Friday - just in time to give it a boost in to a very competitive Savannah Holiday Classic scheduled for this week. The Wildcat boys defeated the visiting Tigers 56-35; the ladies won the opener 43-21.

January 03, 2008 | Terry Logan Bryan County News | Sports


South Effingham squeaks by Lady Wildcats

Richmond Hill traveled to South Effingham this past Friday - fresh from a week's rest since their last game. The extra practice must have done them some good. After scratching all game to stay in contention with the Lady Mustangs, they briefly took a lead late in the game but were unable to hold on and dropped their opening sub-region game in a frustratingly close 36-35 contest.

December 26, 2007 | Terry Logan Bryan County News | Sports


Wildcats beat SE in overtime

Head coach William Altman's Wildcat basketball team are taking baby steps toward success this season. Last Tuesday, they came close to avenging an earlier 22 point loss and disappointment against Savannah Country Day by playing them to the wire in a 47-43 loss.

December 26, 2007 | Terry Logan Bryan County News | Sports


Strong second half propels RHHS to win

Not to be outdone by the ladies, Richmond Hill's boys followed up the girls opening night win with their own big second half outburst over Bryan County, to cruise to a 61-42 win. Similarly it was new head coach William Altman's first win as a Wildcat, and first win as a varsity basketball head coach.

December 13, 2007 | Terry Logan | Sports


Wildcats feted at banquet

Richmond Hill High School reflected on the season, thanking and honoring 2007 players, coaches, and boosters during a banquet held Thursday night in the high school cafeteria. After a delicious meal of barbecue catered by Richmond Hill's Smokin' Pig restaurant head coach Brian Brocato started in on the awards.

December 13, 2007 | Terry Logan Bryan County News | Sports


Lady Wildcats open with win

It turned out to be a little less nerve wracking for Richmond Hill's new head coach Elizabeth Bennett than she probably anticipated. Her first game as a Lady Wildcat, and first ever as a varsity coach, had all the markings of a season's first game. Turnovers, missed shots and fouls abound. On the scoring end, however, Richmond Hill broke the game open in the second half and cruised to a 38-23 non-region win.

December 13, 2007 | Terry Logan Bryan County News | Sports


RHMS wins football championship

For Randall Boone and his Richmond Hill Middle School football team the second time around was a charm. The Wildcats played an inspired second half in the region championship game at South Effingham to come from behind and beat the undefeated Mustangs 35-28. It was their second consecutive trip to the title game - the first championship for the middle school in fifteen years.

November 29, 2007 | Terry Logan Bryan County News | Sports


Fabulous freshman is October AOM

It is a rarity to have a freshman that walks on to a high school softball diamond for the first time and assert herself as the team's leading pitcher. Even more of a rarity to have her coaches further be surprised that she is also one of the best hitters on the team. It is another rarity to have a freshman win a Bryan County Co-Athlete of the Month award, but that is what Richmond Hill softball's Jena Reddick has done in October. She shares October's honors with BCHS softball player Samantha Howard; an article spotlighting Howard ...

November 28, 2007 | Terry Logan | Sports


Wildcats fall in season finale

A host of late season injuries and a younger than normal starting roster aside, Richmond Hill came out at Hephzibah on Friday like they might have put together a game plan to pull off a win in their last game of the 2007 campaign.

November 28, 2007 | Terry Logan | Sports


Hepzibah runs by Richmond Hill

A host of late season injuries and a younger than normal starting roster aside, Richmond Hill came out at Hephzibah on Friday like they might have put together a game plan to pull off a win in their last game of the 2007 campaign.

November 25, 2007 | By Terry Logan for the Bryan County News | Sports


Burke downs RHHS

Brian Brocato knew Burke County was going to be fast and he knew how explosive they could be first hand. Richmond Hill lost by 42 points to the Bears last year to pretty much the same team that made the trip to Richmond Hill this Friday.

November 21, 2007 | By Terry Logan for the Bryan County News | Sports


Burke County downs Richmond Hill

Brian Brocato knew Burke County was going to be fast and he knew how explosive they could be first hand. Richmond Hill lost by 42 points to the Bears last year to pretty much the same team that made the trip to Richmond Hill this Friday.

November 20, 2007 | By Terry Logan for the Bryan County News | Sports


Second time the charm for RHMS

For Randall Boone and his Richmond Hill Middle School football team the second time around was a charm. The Wildcats played an inspired second half in the region championship game at South Effingham to come from behind and beat the undefeated Mustangs 35-28. It was their second consecutive trip to the title game - the first championship for the middle school in fifteen years.

November 17, 2007 | By Terry Logan for the Bryan County News | Sports


Cadets spoil Wildcat homecoming 32-7

Coach Brian Brocato had to be thinking the rain filled week that preceded his teams homecoming game against Benedictine, at a very muddy Wildcat Field, would be conditions that would play in his teams favor. After all, Richmond Hill's wishbone offense and "up the gut" running backs were made for this kind of track. Unfortunately for the Wildcats, so was the Cadets offense.

November 14, 2007 | By Terry Logan for the Bryan County News | Sports


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