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The Richmond Standard is your destination for sports news from around the Richmond, CA area. Local Richmond news about athletes, the latest about school teams and more – browse our sports-related news below.

Salesian boys and girls teams win respective NCS championships

The Salesian girls and boys varsity basketball teams won their respective North Coast Section Division III titles on Saturday. The No. 2-seeded Salesian girls team upset No. 1-seeded Bishop O'Dowd 46-42 in the championship game...
Boxing bouts announced for April 8 event at Richmond Memorial Auditorium

Bouts announced for Richmond Memorial Auditorium boxing event

Square Warriors Entertainment has announced four professional boxing bouts that will be featured at Richmond Memorial Auditorium on April 8. As reported last month, a highly-anticipated card is expected for Redemption Richmond, where some fast-rising...

Boxing set to return to Richmond Memorial Auditorium in April

Boxing is reportedly scheduled to return to Richmond Memorial Auditorium on April 8, according to promoter Square Vision Entertainment and a news report. Although matchups for the boxing night have yet to be announced, the...

Salesian boys and girls, Kennedy boys win league titles

The Salesian boys and girls teams, along with the Kennedy High boys team, won their respective Tri-County Athletic League titles on Saturday. The No. 1-seeded Salesian girls team (20-8 overall, 8-0 league) topped rival St....
WCCUSD soccer teams go 4-0 in NCS playoffs Wednesday

WCCUSD soccer teams go 4-0 in first round of NCS playoffs

All four boys soccer teams representing the West Contra Costa Unified School District in the North Coast Section playoffs won their first round games on Wednesday. At Richmond High School, the Oilers (17-5 overall, 9-0-1...

LPS-Richmond students to sign letters of intent to play college soccer

For the first time in school history, two student-athletes from Leadership Public Schools in Richmond are set to sign National Letters of Intent to play college soccer. Jesus Alonzo Del Mundo (U.C. Berkeley) and Nicolas...
Mariah Seals hits 1,000-point milestone at Utah Valley

Mariah Seals hits 1,000-point milestone at Utah Valley

Mariah Seals, a Richmond native and star basketball player at Utah Valley University, has become the sixth player in the school's history to reach the career 1,000-point mark. Seals, a junior, achieved the milestone in...
Richmond student-athletes celebrated after accepting college scholarships

Richmond student-athletes celebrated after accepting college scholarships

These student-athletes have been the talk of the town this week. All four of the young men from Richmond have accepted college football scholarships, and on Wednesday night more than 100 people attended their...

Extended happy hour for Salute E Vita Ristorante Super Bowl LI viewing party

Salute E Vita Ristorante is set to host a Super Bowl LI viewing party, using three large TVs to ensure attendees don't miss a second of the action. To honor the occasion, the restaurant at...
Three Eagles headed south for Cali-Classic All-Star Game, a talent showcase

Three Eagles, two Gauchos headed south for Cali-Classic All-Star talent showcase

Although the high school football season has ended, standouts from Kennedy and El Cerrito  high schools have earned an extension. This weekend, wide receiver Akeli Nelson (Kennedy), sack leader Ryan "Juice" Robinson (Kennedy), safety Tre'Vante...

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