"This is the greatest one so far," said Richey. "All through your high school career, you have state championships, but this one is the end of line. This was it. This was all we had left."
Richey put the capper on a 42-0 career at Bellevue by playing a full game.
"It felt nice to play into the fourth quarter," said Richey. "There was a point in the 4th quarter that they were subbing us out and we're like, you've got to be kidding. So they left us in."
With another state title under his belt, Richey can turn his attention to recruiting.
Richey said that all four schools are equal.
"I've always thought about how I can use football to get the best education," said Richey. "With Utah, Yale, UCLA and Penn, they're all great schools. I can't make a dumb decision whatever way I go."
Richey said he anticipates making a decision next month.
"After my last visit, I'll make my decision in January," said Richey.