RHS soccer signups: Richmond Hill Soccer Club registration is now open. Register online through Feb. 16 at www.RHRASoccer.com. There will be teams for ages 4-14. Cost is $25 for U6-U8 and $45 for U10-U14. Computers are available at the public library. Email questions to RHRASoccer@comcast.net.
Bryan County High School basketball star Liz Cross has a lot to be proud of. Her strong community and school involvement aside, Cross is an undeniable powerhouse on the basketball court. That's why she's the first Bryan County Athlete of the Month for 2007.
After getting beat in their first meeting at St. Vincents in a fairly close but not so inspiring performance, head coach Wade Wright and his Richmond Hill team had to be thinking of the rematch with the Saints that would come at the Wildcat gym this past Friday. They had to be thinking that they are the better team, thinking that this season's future rests on that game.
On Jan. 22, the Hendrix Park Youth Recreation Association kicked off their basketball season. Featured was an event in which each team got to play two games each in the 8 and under division.
Coach Butler's Lady Redskins can't seem to find the win, but with powerhouse Liz Cross, they know it's in there somewhere.
After their first win of the season, against Bryan County, Richmond Hill had hopes of beginning on a road to more victories. Head coach Tom Morris had spoke of turning a corner, but that road and corner has proved a bit treacherous on this last leg of the season as the Wildcats fell to highly touted Liberty County 56-26 on Tuesday before being devastated at home Friday, in a game they had thought was win-able, at the hands of Benedictine 55-29.
On Jan. 20-21 in Hilton Head, SC, the Richmond Hill Lady Raiders U-12 girls 3v3 soccer team came in first at the IRC 2007 Hilton Head Open.
Raegan Rogers has always possessed an excellent outside shot in basketball, but she was sometimes hesitant to fire away, plagued, she said, by a lack of confidence.
Traveling softball team
Many coaches have walked the halls of Bryan County High School having left some small part of themselves instilled in the young live that they were responsible to educate.
In retrospect Head coach Wade Wright saw that the adversity his team had to overcome this past Friday to be a good thing.
While the Richmond Hill boys squad continues to improve it has been increasingly difficult to gauge it over the past couple of weeks.
After two defeats on the road, the Bryan County Redskins can't seem to break their now six game losing streak.