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Softball Sweeps Divine Child

To kick off the new week, Riverview Gabriel Richard and Dearborn Divine Child squared off in a doubleheader on Monday afternoon. Visiting Richard was victorious in both contests, as it knocked off the Falcons 4-2 in the first game and 6-2 in the nightcap. In the opener, Emerson Cinglie started in the circle for the

Boys Basketball Captures District Championship

The Pioneers Boys Basketball Team has had a familiar year…Winning the Section championship, the CHSL Tournament Championship and looking to capture another district championship. To do so, the Pioneers would have to top Detroit Leadership Academy. Richard would find themselves in the championship after a 65-42 win over Taylor Prep. Detroit Leadership found themselves in

Hockey Wins the Regional Championship!!!

COURTESY OF THE NEWS HERALD…   Riverview Gabriel Richard got a battle from underdog Gibraltar Carlson on Saturday afternoon in the Division 3, Region 24 championship game at Yack Arena in Wyandotte. However, the Pioneers were able to score twice and kept the Marauders off the board on the way to a 2-0 victory and

Boys Basketball Captures CHSL Championship 46-39

Courtesy of the Oakland Press… Riverview Gabriel Richard’s Drew Daiek took the form of fictional street-ball legend Uncle Drew in the fourth quarter Friday night, with the game and a CHSL title on the line late. The legend continues. Daiek, a senior swingman and hard-nosed “3 & D” guy, pumped his fist and shot a

Hockey Advances to Regional Finals

Riverview Gabriel Richard took the ice on Thursday night to play its first game in almost a month. The Pioneers’ return to action was a second-round state playoff game against a tough Grosse Ile team at Yack Arena in Wyandotte. A three-goal lead for Richard was cut to one late in the contest. However, the

Hockey Tops Woodhaven 5-0 and Ties Grosse Ile 2-2

Grosse Ile and visiting Riverview Gabriel Richard closed out a busy weekend of hockey on Saturday night with an intense battle on the ice at Kennedy Recreation Center. The two Metro League squads went to overtime and ultimately wrapped up with a 2-2 tie. Richard (4-2-1) had played earlier in the day and knocked off