THURSDAY AUGUST 25: RICHMOND BOYS SOCCER VS. FRANKLIN COUNTY…5:30
FRIDAY AUGUST 26: RICHMOND FOOTBALL VS. NEW PALESTINE 6:30
FRIDAY AUGUST 26: TEC FOOTBALL…WES-DEL AT LINCOLN 7:00
TUESDAY AUGUST 30: RICHMOND VOLLEYBALL VS. NORTHEASTERN…7:00
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2: EARLHAM MEN’S SOCCER…VS. ELMHURST…4:45
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2: RICHMOND FOOTBALL AT INDIANAPOLIS TECH….6:30
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2: TEC FOOTBALL ….UNION CITY AT UNION COUNTY…7:00
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 3: EARLHAM FIELD HOCKEY VS. CONCORDIA…10:50
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 3: EARLHAM FOOTBALL VS. SO. VIRGINIA 2:15
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 3: EARLHAM MEN’S SOCCER VS. TRINE 2:50
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 4….EARLHAM FIELD HOCKEY VS. BETHANY…12:50

RICHMOND FOOTBALL VS. NEW PALESTINE

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TODAY’S SPORTS FACT

The Richmond Red Devils started playing football in 1901. Since then, the Red Devils have had just 5 10-win seasons. 1967 (10-0), 1974 (10-1), 1985 (10-1), 1991 (10-2) and 1992 (11-1).

 

 

 

“TODAY’S SPORTS QUOTE”

“In Texas, two things are cherished above all else- football and gossip.”
Cora Carmack, All Lined Up    

 

 

 

 

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Terri Foust-Richmond

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Brian Belbin-Richmond

“Special thanks to RadioTroy for giving us an opportunity to tune in from Qatar and for all your support in our community. WE ARE RICHMOND!!”

Dominic Wright-Qatar

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Yvette Baker-Richmond

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Pam Lawrence Hagy

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Pat Haynes-Madden-Richmond

“In the last two weeks I have been at a gymnastics and a volleyball event with my daughter and I could still watch my son play baseball on my phone. You allow me to be with both my kids”.

Shelia Hobbs-Richmond and Cambridge City

COLTS SCHEDULE

Sep. 11, Detroit Lions, 4:25 PM FOX

Sep. 18, at Denver Broncos, 4:25 PM, CBS

Sep. 25, San Diego Chargers, 4:25 PM, CBS

Oct. 2, at Jacksonville Jaguars, (London) 9:30 AM, CBS

Oct. 9, Chicago Bears, 1:00 PM FOX

Oct. 16, at Houston Texans *, 8:30 PM, NBC

Oct. 23, at Tennessee Titans, 1:00 PM, CBS

Oct. 30, Kansas City Chiefs, 1:00 PM, CBS

Nov. 6, at Green Bay Packers, 4:25 PM, CBS

BYE

Nov. 20, Tennessee Titans, 1:00 PM, CBS

Nov. 24, Pittsburgh Steelers (Thu), 8:30 PM, NBC

Dec. 5, at New York Jets (Mon), 8:30 PM, ESPN

Dec. 11, Houston Texans, 1:00 PM, CBS

Dec. 18, at Minnesota Vikings, 1:00 PM, CBS

Dec. 24, at Oakland Raiders (Sat), 4:05 PM, CBS

Jan. 1, Jacksonville Jaguars, 1:00 PM, CBS

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BENGALS SCHEDULE

PRESEASON

Fri., Aug. 12: vs. Minnesota, 7:30 p.m.

Thurs., Aug. 18: at Detroit, 7:30 p.m.

Sun., Aug. 28: at Jacksonville, 8 p.m. (NBC)

Thurs., Sept. 1: vs. Indianapolis, 7:30 p.m.

REGULAR SEASON

Sun., Sept. 11: at N.Y. Jets, 1 p.m.

Sun., Sept. 18: at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m.

Sun., Sept. 25: vs. Denver, 1 p.m.

Thurs., Sept. 29: vs. Miami, 8:25 p.m. (NFL Network)

Sun., Oct. 9: at Dallas, 4:25 p.m.*

Sun., Oct. 16: at New England, 1 p.m.*

Sun., Oct. 23: vs. Cleveland, 1 p.m.*

Sun., Oct. 30: vs. Washington (London), 9:30 a.m.

Nov. 3-7: Bye

Mon., Nov. 14: at N.Y. Giants, 8:30 p.m. (ESPN)

Sun., Nov. 20: vs. Buffalo, 1 p.m.*

Sun., Nov. 27: at Baltimore, 1 p.m.*

Sun., Dec. 4: vs. Philadelphia, 1 p.m.*

Sun., Dec. 11: at Cleveland, 1 p.m.*

Sun., Dec. 18: vs. Pittsburgh, 8:30 p.m.* (NBC)

Sat., Dec. 24: at Houston, 8:25 p.m. (NFL Network)

Sun., Jan. 1: vs. Baltimore, 1 p.m.*

* – games subject to flexible scheduling

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WEDNESDAY SCOREBOARD

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL

Houston 5 Pittsburgh 4

Baltimore 10 Washington 8

Texas 6 Cincinnati 5

Miami 3 Kansas City 0

Philadelphia 5 Chicago White Sox 3

Oakland 5 Cleveland 1

NY Yankees 5 Seattle 0

LA Angels 8 Toronto 2

Tampa Bay 4 Boston 3 (11)

Detroit 9 Minnesota 4

Milwaukee 7 Colorado 1

Chicago Cubs 6 San Diego 3

St. Louis 8 NY Mets 1

Arizona 10 Atlanta 9 (11)

LA Dodgers 1 San Francisco 0

MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL

Columbus 3 Indianapolis 1

South Bend 11 W. Michigan 10 (10)

Dayton 2 Lansing 1

Fort Wayne 2 Great Lakes 1

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

Philadelphia 2 Columbus 1

Montréal 1 DC 1

Toronto 2 Orlando City 1

Chicago 2 Los Angeles 2

Houston 1 Seattle 1

San Jose 0 New England 0

 

 

  • 1875 – Matthew Webb becomes first to swim English Channel (21 hours 45 minutes).
  • 1886 – First international polo meet (US versus England).
  • 1888 – Henry Slocum wins US Lawn Tennis Association singles title.
  • 1904 – Jim Jefferies knocks out Jack Munroe and retains boxing heavyweight title.
  • 1908 – Allen Winter wins US first $50,000 trotting race.
  • 1920 – First US woman to win in Olympics (Ethelda Bleibtrey).
  • 1921 – New York Yankees’ pitcher Harry Harper hits three batters in an inning, tying record.
  • 1922 – Chicago Cubs beat Philadelphia Phillies 26-23 in highest scoring major-league baseball game.
  • 1924 – Washington Senators’ Walter Johnson second no-hitter beats Saint Louis Browns, 2-0 in 7 innings.
  • 1925 – Helen Willis wins her third straight US Lawn Tennis Open.
  • 1936 – Three Boston Braves’ players hit twice in an inning getting two hits each.
  • 1946 – Ben Hogan wins the PGA championship.
  • 1950 – Sugar Ray Robinson knocks out Jose Basora to win middleweight boxing title.
  • 1952 – Detroit Tigers’ Virgil Trucks second no-hitter of year, beats New York Yankees, 1-0.
  • 1960 – (to September 11) The Games of the XVII Olympiad are held in Rome, Italy.
  • 1960 – AFL begins placing players’ names on back of their jerseys.
  • 1967 – Minnesota Twins’ Dean Chance second no-hitter of month beats Cleveland Indians, 2-1.
  • 1968 – New York Yankees’ outfield Rocky Colavito pitches 2 2/3 innings and beats the Detroit Tigers 6-5; he played right field in the second game and hit a home run.
  • 1969 – Detriot Lions beat Boston Patriots 22-9 in Montréal (NFL expo).
  • 1974 – Los Angeles Aztecs defeat Miami Toros to win NASL cup.
  • 1976 – New York Yankees beat Minnesota Twins 5-4 in 19 innings.
  • 1979 – California Angels trounce Toronto Blue Jays, 24-2.
  • 1983 – Triple A baseball’s Louisville breaks one million fan mark.
  • 1985 – New York Mets’ Dwight Goodin becomes youngest pitcher to win 20 games, at age 20 years 9 months 9 days).
  • 1986 – At Tiger Stadium, Oakland Athletics’ rookie Mark McGwire hits his first major league home run off of Walt Terrell.
  • 1990 – Li Hui Rong of China sets the triple jump women’s record (47 feet 8.5 inches).
  • 1991 – Carl Lewis runs 100m in 9.86 seconds.
  • 2005 – Saint Louis Cardinals’ pitcher Tony LaRussa wins his 2,195th career game, moving into third place in all-time major league history.

Baseball

  • Justin Upton—1987
  • Doug Glanville—1970
  • Albert Belle—1966
  • Oddibe McDowell—1962
  • Rollie Fingers—1946
  • Choo Choo Coleman—1937
  • Darrell Johnson—1928
  • Baldy Rudolph—1887

Basketball

  • Deanna Nolan—1979
  • Robert Horry—1970
  • Chuck Carney—1900

Auto Racing

  • Gordon Johncock—1936
  • Roger McCluskey—1930

Football

  • Marvin Harrison—1972
  • Cornelius Bennett—1965
  • Doug English—1953
  • Charlie Sanders—1946
  • Ralph Baker—1942
  • Chuck Carney—1900

Hockey

  • Bill Derlago—1958
  • Jacques Demers—1944
  • Pete Stemkowski—1943
  • Harry Mummery—1889

Golf

  • Angela Park—1988

Soccer

  • David Taylor—1965

Tennis

  • Althea Gibson—1927

Boxing

  • Jimmy Slattery—1904

Cycling

  • Gilberto Simoni—1971

2016 RICHMOND FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

August 19….@ Connersville 7:00

August 26….vs. New Palestine 7:00

September 2….@ Indy Tech 7:00

September 9….vs. Muncie Central 7:00

September 16….@ Marion 7:30

September 23….vs. Logansport 7:30

September 30….@ Lafayette Jeff 7:30

October 7….vs. Anderson 7:00

October 14….@ Harrison 7:30