RHS Tennis finishes as runner-up in WT White Longhorn Tournament


The RHS tennis team played the WT White Longhorn Tournament on Friday, April 9th, and as a team finished runner-up. The Eagles had lots of success across the board:

  • AJ Hamilton/Gia Le beat our own RHS team Sydney Nobles /Levi Meyer in a CLOSE match in the Mixed Doubles A draw finals to earn 1st and 2nd place.
  • Haris Jaffer/Annalis Mach beat our own RHS team Leah Melmed/Bryce Alford in a 3rd seat tie breaker in Mixed Doubles B to get 1st and 2nd place.
  • Lilly Hale/Mikaylyn Barnett won girls A Doubles.

The all-day Varsity District tournament is scheduled for April 13th at the Fair Oaks Tennis Center.

Vendor Fair and Parent Expo

If you’re involved in a school organization that is looking for fundraising ideas, or if you simply have a child enrolled in RISD, this is an event you won’t want to miss.

The RISD Council of PTAs presents the Vendor Fair and Parent Expo

The expo will be held Thursday, April 2, 2015, from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm at the RISD Professional Development Center (PDC) located at 701 W. Beltline Road.

The expo will feature PTA, education and community group resources such as:

• Fundraising Ideas
• Spirit Wear
• Educational Services
• School Supplies

There will also be parenting resources such as:

• Summer Camps
• Therapy Services
• Tutoring Services
• Gift Ideas

and more!

Door Prizes!



See you there!

Register now for the 2015 Eagle Volleyball Summer Camps

Registration is now open for the 2015 Eagle Volleyball camps. See below for details on each session.


Incoming Grades 4-9

Date: July 27-30

Location: Richardson High School

Time: 8:00am to 10:00am

Details: The 2015 camp will again feature our top-notch staff, including camp director Eric Miracle and the rest of the RHS Eagle Volleyball coaching staff, RHS alumni, current and former collegiate players and club coaches. Campers are divided according to skill level and grade after 1st-day morning evaluation. We will cover all skills & concepts, including passing, setting, attacking, blocking, and defensive/offensive systems. Come train with the best and prepare for your junior high or high school season!

Registration information for the 4th through 9th grade camp can be found HERE.


Incoming Grades 10-12

Date: July 27-30

Location: Richardson High School

Time: 10:00am to 12:30pm

Details: This year’s high school camp will feature ZACH VILLARREAL, UT-Dallas Assistant Volleyball Coach and 2013 AVCA National Assistant Coach of the Year. Coach Villarreal and his staff will train players in all individual skills as well as team concepts in order to prepare for the upcoming high school season.

Registration information for the high school camp can be found here HERE.

The RHS Athletic Booster Club Needs You

imageIt’s that time of year again and the Richardson High School Athletic Booster Club is looking to fill open officer positions for the 2015-2016 school year. Open positions for the upcoming year include:

Vice President – to replace the position currently held by Chip Hornbeck

  • Act as an aide to the President
  • Act as President in the absence of that officer
  • Recruitment/selection of chair persons committees and supervise the functions of  Committees
  • Advise, support and communicate with all the standing committees
  • Responsible/Coordinator all fundraisers.
  • Oversee maintenance and compliance of bylaws

Secretary – to replace the position currently held by Mark Wilkinson

  • Record the minutes of all meetings and distribute minutes via email to members
  • Conduct all correspondence for the Booster Club under the direction of the President
  • Keep attendance at all meetings
  • Keep a log of approved decisions with the agenda attached
  • Notify all members of meetings
  • Oversee maintenance and compliance of bylaws
  • Coordinate with webmaster to post dates/time and minutes on the booster site as well as any necessary updates
  • Help recruit new reps
  • Assist other board members as needed

VP of Programs  – to replace the position currently held by Elaine Mishler
Assistant VP of Programs – a new position to assist the VP of Programs

  • Coordinate the annual sports program creation process on behalf of the organization.
  • Identify and work with the Game Day Coordinator
  • Create and update protected ad list
  • Acquire bids from a minimum of two suppliers
  • Place order with suppler(s)
  • Edit sports program
  • Most of the work is done over the summer

VP Season Ticket Sales – to replace the position held by Laura Dodgen. Coordinates season tickets sales during registration and at other events.

VP Picnic – to replace the position held by Shelly Scanlon. Coordinates RHSABC involvement in the annual fall back to school picnic.

Assistant VIP Dinners – a new position to assist Denise Oehlerts. Responsible for helping coordinate football VIP dinners held by various school organizations during home games.

If you are interested in any of these positions, please contact RHSABC President Reg Combs and plan to attend our next meeting on April 6, 2015 at 7:00pm in the RHS library.

Boys Basketball Advances to 6A Region 2 Quarterfinal

Last Saturday the RHS Eagles boys basketball team defeated Killeen’s Harker Heights 81-68 for an Area Championship win behind a 35 point performance from Brandon Averette with 18 more from Ben Nakwaasah.


With that victory the Eagles move on to the Regional Quarterfinals tonight where they face Irving MacArthur at The Colony High School. Come on out and help cheer your Eagles on to victory!

WHEN: Tuesday, March 3, 7:30pm

WHERE: The Colony High School, 4301 Blair Oaks Dr., The Colony, TX 75056


See you there!

RHS Girls Basketball Season Recap

bballPlease join us in congratulating our RHS Lady Eagles basketball team on a phenomenal year! Wednesday night we unfortunately fell 1 point short in a heartbreaking loss to Skyline in the Regional Quarterfinals. The final score was 48-49 and while there were some questionable calls and an extremely bizarre ending, the girls fought with heart and class. I promise you, they made us all extremely proud!

This season was, without a doubt, the most successful season in Richardson girls basketball history.


31-5 Overall
14-0 in District 10-6A….back to back district champions!
Bi-District Champions
Area Champions
Regional Quarterfinalist
Frisco ISD Tournament Champions

District 10-6A individual honors

MVP: Arleighshya McElroy
Defensive Player of the Year: Brianna Lester
Coach of the Year: Lauren Hardy
1st Team: Nautica Grant and Dorian Branch
Honorable Mention: Reon Eaton and Breona Caufield
Academic All-District: Siobhan O’Casey and Brianna Lester

Varsity players

Breona Caufield
Dorian Branch
Reon Eaton
Shiloh Ghebremedhin
Siobhan O’Casey
Brianna Lester
Krizia Williams
Arleighshya McElroy
Nautica Grant


Lauren Hardy
Ken Lamadrid
Brad Renz
Sharhonda Conner

Congratulations on a great season!

2015 Boys Basketball Playoff Information


The RHS Eagles boys basketball team will open the playoffs against Irving Nimitz at The Colony High School on Tuesday, February 24th at 8pm.

The Eagles play the second half of a double header following the JJ Pearce vs. Irving MacArthur game at 6:00pm.

Tickets are available at the door. $5 for adults, $3 for students.

The Colony High School is located at 4301 Blair Oaks Drive, The Colony, TX 75056

Lady Eagles Gymnasts Take 1st Place

Please congratulate your Richardson Lady Eagles on an AMAZING performance last night at the
meet against Irving and Birdville High schools!

Veronica Villalobos placed 2nd place on Vault and Floor, tied for 3rd on Bars and got 2nd All-Around.

Sophomore Halle Hendry placed 2nd on Bars, 4th on Beam, 3rd on Floor and was 3rd All-Around.

Freshman Collin Grant placed 2nd on Beam and got 6th place All-Around.

And for the team awards, the RHS Lady Eagles took 1st place!

Congratulations ladies!

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Learn about the future of ER care and support RHS basketball

When you come tour First Choice ER at Coit and Campbell any time between now and February 6, $10 will be donated to the Richardson High School basketball program. The tour only takes a minute and they’re open 24/7 so this is an easy way to help the boys and girls basketball teams while learning about a new healthcare option available in the neighborhood. Just be sure to print out the form and take it with you when you come.