RED DEVILS WIN
September 1, 2012INDIANA SPORTS PAGE
This was a slugfest that turned into a one-sided fight — courtesy of the Red Devils.
Richmond played textbook football for two quarters, sustaining drives on offense and never letting them get going on defense.
The result? A 47-34 victory over Anderson, the first for Matt Holeva as the Red Devils’ head coach.
“It feels great to get this first ‘W,’” said senior Skyler Coleman.
“ ... It felt great to finally have coach with a smile on his face after a Friday night.”
Holeva had plenty of reasons to smile at the Red Devils’ second half.
Richmond trailed 34-33 at halftime after 10 touchdowns were scored through the first two quarters.
There were only two in the second half, though — and both belonged to the Red Devils. Taylor Kidd gave RHS the lead on a 35-yard scoring run early in the fourth quarter, and Ben Parrish cemented the victory with his 3-yard run with 1:26 remaining.