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RHS Cheer

The RHS Cheer team has been working hard already this school year to prepare for what could be a very long and exciting football season. This years team is field with 16 young ladies, most with several of years of experience. This years squad is lead by seniors, Cierra Collins, Caitlyn Smith, Tara Gilbert, Dilishia

Kemp heads West

RHS Sophomore swing player, Elijah Kemp, traveled with several teammates from Logan Co. to Kansas to compete in the 10th grade AAU National Tournament. Elijah is the only player from RHS on the roster. The rest of the team is made up of LCHS student athletes. Elijah and his teammates arrived safely this morning around

Nashville Bound

At 3:30 this evening, Pedro Bradshaw announced that he would continue his basketball career at Belmont University. The RHS library was full of family, friends, teammates, coaches, administrators, and teachers anxiously awaiting for Pedro to reveal his choice. Pedro spoke to the audience and rendered this message: “First off, I would like to thank the

Linton-Wren Kickoff Classic

The “R” Club is pleased to announce the 1st Annual “Buddy” Linton – Howard Wren Kickoff Classic will be played at Rhea Stadium on Ken Barrett Field on August 19th. This will be an annual event where all Panthers will honor two of the finest gentleman to ever wear the “Black and Gold” Coach Linton

RMS Football Pre-Season Outlook

RMS Football is looking forward to having a great year! This year’s 7th and 8th grade group has been playing together for quite some time now. This is the same group who won a state championship as elementary school students when they were affiliated with Impact Ministries. Coach Pete Ries and his coaching staff are


This afternoon the LPS Recreational Softball League continued it’s summer games at Lady Softball Field. Tonight’s matchup was highlighted by the stellar hitting of 8th grader Chloe Whitescarver who hit her first career homerun. This is Chole’s 3rd year as a RMS softball player and Coach Davenport will be relying heavily on her experience and

RHS Football vs. Navy Seals

This past Friday morning, the RHS Football team bonded together and took on a group of Navy Seals and went through the treacherous obstacle course at “The Climb”, located here in Russellville. Coach John Myers used this opportunity to allow his team to work together and develop a strong “brotherhood” that will eventually lead onto

The Decision…

Senior Pedro Bradshaw has a had very busy spring and summer with basketball. Pedro traveled all over the U.S. playing with his AAU team “Hoop Dreams” on the Adidas circuit based out of Lexington, KY. Pedro was invited to play in NBPA Top 100 camp in Virginia in the month of June. Pedro had the

RHS Football is Gearing Up

The RHS football team is gearing up for what could be one of the best seasons in Panther Football History. They are returning several key players from last years regional championship team. Coach John Myers and his staff has been working around the clock to prepare this years group for what most panther fans hope

Russellville Softball Rec. League

Coach Ryan Davenport is entering is third year as the head coach for the RMS softball team. During his short tenure the program has vastly improved and numbers and interest in softball is at a all time high. New to the program this year is the creation of a summer recreation league for 4th-8th grade