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Some things worth cheering for
News editorial
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Does the state of the economy or election-season mudslinging have you down? Cheer up, there really is good news out there.
At Richmond Hill High School, both the marching band and the JROTC Raiders fared extremely well during recent competitions involving athletic events and teamwork exercises. The all-girl team brought home first place while a mixed team of boys and girls placed second and the boys were third.
That’s worth cheering for.
So were the results posted by the Richmond Hill marching band, which was recently named Grand Champion of the 2010 Battle of the Border in Valdosta, an event that included bands from a number of larger schools.
Both RHHS groups – the band and the Raiders – traditionally fare well in such competitions, so it’s no surprise when they do well. It is worth recognizing, however.
So is the Elite Eight performance of the Bryan County High School softball team. This was the squad’s third trip to the Class A Elite Eight in four years. And though the Lady ‘Skins didn’t win the whole thing, they represented their community well.
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