All seasons must end, not only for the body to recover after withstanding the grind of a full cross country season, but also to allow our student-athletes to shift their focus to academics.
On Monday, 12 Charlottesville residents will graduate from the GO Driver Program, a one-month training program that prepares city residents for a career with Charlottesville Area Transit.
To aware citizens it’s crystal clear: THE IRS MUST GO! There is no place for an institution like the IRS in a society of free people such as the citizens of the USA.
Five interceptions from the defense and 22 points from T.C. Stevens propelled the Richmond Raiders to a 46-29 win over the Harrisburg Stampede.
In another thrilling chapter to the Richmond-Lehigh Valley rivalry, the Raiders scored 22 unanswered points over the final 18 minutes to defeat the SteelHawks 38-37 and claim a share of second place in the PIFL’s National Conference.
Phil Konopka was named the Week 9 PIFL Offensive Player of the Week following the Richmond Raiders 55-33 win over the Harrisburg Stampede.
Three straight defensive stops by the Richmond Raiders to start the second half helped turn a one-point deficit into a 20 point lead, and the team never looked back as they topped the Harrisburg Stampede, 55-33.
After playing just one game in the last three weeks, the Richmond Raiders will start a two-game home stand Saturday night. The first game in a stretch of seven games in seven weeks will be against the Trenton Freedom in the teams’ third meeting of the season.
The Richmond Raiders fourth fumble of the game opened the gates for a furious Trenton rally in the final two minutes for a stunning 33-32 victory in Trenton Saturday night.
One of the most glaring statistics Richmond Raiders head coach James Fuller looked at during the team’s off-week was the offense’s production over the first four games: a league low 25.8 points and just 164 yards per game.
The Richmond Raiders entered their first off week of the 2014 season at 1-3, needing some time to regroup and re-evaluate.
The Harrisburg Stampede scored on offense, defense, and special teams in building a 20-point first half lead, and they forced four Raider turnovers on their way to a 48-27 win in Richmond Saturday night.
The Richmond Raiders will face a 2013 league champion for the second straight week when they host the Harrisburg Stampede Saturday night. Both teams sport 1-2 records, making this first of three regular season meetings an important battle in the National Conference standings.