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2019 Lions golf team

2019 Boys Golf 
(From left): Coach Brad Hatfield, Will Guinn, Nathan Schneider, Tyler Arlinghouse, Connor Fouss, Joe George, Jackson Miller, Brady Merz, and Jack Beineke.

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School Board adopts drug testing policy

School Board adopts drug testing policy

The Board of Education of the New Richmond Exempted Village School District at its August 17 meeting approved a random drug testing policy for New Richmond High School athletes and students involved in extra-curricular activities. Students in grades 9-12 who participate in athletics, students who participate in extra-curricular activities, students possessing District parking privileges, and students who volunteer will be required to submit to random drug tests administered by a third-party laboratory. The random drug testing policy is available at the link below:


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Lions three-peat in SBAAC golf

Lions three-peat in SBAAC golf

Nothing is as sweet as a Three-Peat which the Lion Golfers completed at rainy Cedar Trace Golf Course on Saturday. Going in to the final 18 holes the Lions held a 33 stroke lead over Amelia and finished the day winning the League by 64 strokes.
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Coach Brad Hatfield

Team Roster

Tyler Arlinghaus, Grade 10
John Beineke, Grade 12
Conner Fouss, Grade 10
Joseph George, Grade 12
William Guinn, Grade 9
Brady Merz, Grade 9
Jackson Miller, Grade 11
Nathan Schneider, Grade 10
Christian Wolf, Grade 9

Justin Fender

New Richmond is the home of Justin Fender, the 2001 Ohio High School Division II golf champion. Justin shot rounds of 70 and 67 for a 7-under-par total of 137 on Ohio State's Scarlet Course to win overall medalist by 6 strokes. He played college golf at Xavier University.

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