Ray County Voices
"Ray County Goes Back to School"
Sep 10, 2020
Shawn Roney/The Richmond News
- Hardin-Central superintendent Trey Cavanah discusses the start to his district's school year.
- Brayden Schick, a Hardin-Central student and member of the Norborne Hardin-Central 8-man football team, briefly discusses the feeling of getting to play sports again during the coronavirus pandemic.
- Norborne Hardin-Central coach Kirk Thacker briefly discusses how coaching sports again has helped him cope with changes in his family life.
- Richmond superintendent Greg Darling discusses the effects of the pandemic on the start of the school year, including high school athletics.
- Orrick superintendent Scott Archibald discusses how the Orrick R-XI School District has managed the first two weeks of the school year in a COVID-19 world.
- Clarification: At the time this episode was being recorded, edited and mixed, the Missouri State High School Activities Association website showed the Richmond-Fulton football game had been canceled. It was rescheduled and played Sept. 12, with Richmond winning 42-7.
- Clarification: The "closing note" before the signoff/closing credits suggests there is more than one link to the live stream interviews with Brayden Schick and Coach Thacker. Both appear in the same live stream feed. To view their interviews, visit https://www.facebook.com/167470394412/videos/3217607381680436.
- To view Norborne Hardin-Central's 8-man football schedule, visit https://www.mshsaa.org/MySchool/Schedule.aspx?s=384&alg=21.
- To view Richmond's revised 11-man football schedule, visit https://www.mshsaa.org/MySchool/Schedule.aspx?s=426&alg=19.
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