Thursday, October 01, 2015 New Richmond welcomes back Dwayne Woodruff New Richmond High School Hall of Famer Dwayne Woodruff returns to his hometown during Homecoming on Oct. 2 to present his Dwayne Woodruff Scholarship to 2015 recipient James Mahan and present a commemorative Wilson Golden Football to New Richmond as part of the nationwide Super Bowl High School Honor Roll initiative recognizing schools and communities that contributed to Super Bowl history and positively impacted the game of football. Woodruff, who was a three-sport star at New Richmond and led the Lions to the 1974 Clermont County League championship, went on to play college football at the University of Louisville and an 11-year career in the NFL as a cornerback for the Pittsburgh Steelers, where he accumulated 37 interceptions after being drafted in the sixth round in 1979. Click on the video below to watch a tribute to Woodruff who also will be in the homecoming parade.
Saturday, September 19, 2015 Nick Edmondson's record INT return Nick Edmondson's school-record 102-yard interception return sealed New Richmond's 37-22 win over Batavia. Mike Martin and Chris Sheldon called the dramatic play.
The previous record was a 96-yard return by Matt Godsey against Hillsboro in 2000.
SBAAC Fall All-Star banquet `Jack Scott interviews Southern Buckeye Conference fall all-stars from the SBAAC banquet at Hamersville School
Cheerleaders first in Columbus competiton New Richmond's varsity cheer squad, coached by Heather Fritsch and Heidi Nieto, won first place in the 'Cheer for a Cure' competiton at Pickerington Central High School in Columbus.