Friday, November 14, 2014

Lions Hall of Fame accepting nominations

The New Richmond Lions Sports Hall of Fame is accepting nominations for induction into the 2015 Hall of Fame Class. Nominations must be received by the New Richmond High School Athletic Department by December 8, 2014 to be considered for the 2015 Hall of Fame inductions to be held at 6 p.m. January 31, 2015.

Print out this post which contains the nomination form or download the form at http://www.nrschools.org/Downloads/nr-hall-nomination.pdf

New Richmond Lions Sports Hall of Fame

NOMINATIONS AND ELIGIBILITY

FORWARD:        The performances of the past serve as an inspiration for present and future activities. Yet, unless the achievements are recorded, they tend to become hazy memories. It is for this reason that we set forth the following purpose for the Lions Sports Hall of Fame.

PURPOSE:           To recognize outstanding contributions to the athletic program at New Richmond High School by athletes, coaches, athletic directors and administrators and therefore offer incentive to future participants in this program.
A.    Anyone wishing to make one or several nominations may obtain nomination forms in the Athletic Director’s Office.
1.     Nominators must sign nomination forms or they will be invalid.
2.     Nominations must be submitted by December 8th. The committee will meet in December to select inductees.
3.     The induction ceremony will take place during the basketball season on January 31st at 6:00.
B.    Any past athlete, coach, athletic director, or administrator is eligible for induction into the Lions Sports Hall of Fame with these exceptions:
1.     An athlete must have earned a Varsity letter while attending New Richmond. Athletes cannot be considered within the first five years after his/her graduation date.
2.     A coach, athletic director, or administrator is eligible immediately after retiring or upon leaving the district.
3.     A present coach, athletic director, or administrator is eligible for his/her performance as an athlete at New Richmond.
4.     Outstanding athletic achievement and contribution to athletics is the primary requirement for nomination.
C.    Number of Inductees – There will be at least one, but not more than 4 inductees in a given year.
D.    Nominations will be kept in consideration for 3 years.
NEW RICHMOND EXEMPTED VILLAGE SCHOOL DISTRICT
LIONS SPORTS HALL OF FAME
NOMINATION FORM

NOTE: BEFORE COMPLETING THIS NOMINATION  PLEASE REFER TO THE NOMINATION AND ELIGIBILITY RULES LISTED ON THE REVERSE SIDE OF THIS SHEET.

NOMINEE: _____________________________________________________________

CURRENT ADDRESS: ___________________________________________________

TELEPHONE NUMBER: _____________________ YEAR GRADUATED: _________

E-MAIL __________________________________

SPORTS PLAYED OR COACHED: _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

OUTSTANDING ACCOMPLISHMENTS:____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

WHY DO YOU FEEL THIS PERSON SHOULD BE INDUCTED?
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NOMINATOR’S NAME (PRINT)____________________________________________

NOMINATOR’S  E-MAIL: ________________________________________________


TELEPHONE NUMBER: _____________________ DATE SUBMITTED: _________

Friday, October 10, 2014

JV VOLLEYBALL SEASON ENDS 17-3

The JV Volleyball Team ended their season with another victory against Goshen last night 25-15 and 25-10; ending their record at 17-3. They won a game and lost a game to Western Brown and Amelia. They also fell  to Williamsburg one game. The Lady Lions had a great season.

Thursday, October 9, 2014

JV VOLLEYBALL

The JV Volleyball team had a hard fought battle Tuesday night against Western Brown. Losing the first game 20-25 they fought back taking the second 25-16 and the third 25-23. The team put forth tremendous effort securing this victory.  Their record now stands at 16-3.

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

JV VOLLEYBALL

Congratulations to the JV Volleyball team on their win against CNE & Batavia this past week. The Lady Lions fought a hard fight against Amelia last night but was defeated in 3 games 22-25, 25-19 and in overtime lost the battle 26-24. The team's record is now 14-3.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Volley for the Cure Victory

Congratulations to the Varsity volleyball team on their victory over Georgetown in tonight's Volley for the Cure game 25-13, 25-12, 25-16.  Anna Hamilton was the team's leading server with 7 aces.  Kandice, one shoe, Miller lead the defense with 2 blocks and 15 digs.  She was followed by Anna Hamilton and Cortney Smith with 13 digs each. On offense, the leaders were Emily Carter, Kandice Miller, and Rachael Riffle with 8 kills each.

Thursday, September 11, 2014

JV VOLLEYBALL

The JV Volleyball team is now 10-1, beating Norwood two out of three games, being defeated by Western Brown 19-25 but then coming back and beating Goshen 25-11 and 25-8. A great job is being done by all.

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

JV VOLLEYBALL

Congratulations to the JV Volleyball Team on seven straight victories.  The Lady Lions have started out their season defeating CNE, Ripley, MVCA, Mariemont, Clark, Reading and the first of league games Batavia last night 25-20 in both games.