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Historic Homecoming game awaits undefeated Raiders (4-0, AP #6)

GROVE CITY — While the Raiders got off to their best start in over 20 years going into a Week 4 matchup at Central Crossing on the night of September 14th, the team didn’t think very much of it with it being so early into the 2018 season. And after what ended up being their

Girls Soccer Falls to Grove City 3-1

The Gray Hounds came to town on a rare Wednesday night match.  The Purple Footies saw an opportunity to establish themselves as a reckoned force.  Alas the Hounds were able to streak by and turned the tables. The Raiders made starting line and position adjustments creating attacking power.  Here are the results.  Ry Buck would

Raider Youth Travel Basketball Try-Outs

*All try-outs held at the RHS Summit campus gymnasium from 6:30-8:30 Boys 3rd-4th Grade:  9/24 and 10/1 Girls 3rd through 6th grade: 9/25 and 10/2 Boys 5th-6th grade: 9/26 and 10/3

All Teams Schedule: Week of Sep 17 – Sep 23

Sep 17 Girls Varsity Tennis vs. Franklin Heights High School Franklin Heights High School 4:30 pm | Reynoldsburg HS-Summit Rd. Sep 17 Boys Junior Varsity Soccer vs. Whitehall-Yearling High School Whitehall-Yearling High School 5:30 pm | Baseball Varsity Field @ BALDWIN JUNIOR HIGH Sep 17 Girls Freshman Volleyball at Bexley Middle and High School Bexley

Girls Soccer Defeats Zanesville 5-1

The early afternoon found your Purple Footies whisking their way east past the Lost Lands Camp out, over the hills to the banks of the Muskingum River. Awaiting were the Zanesville Blue Devils, with agitation on their minds.  The footies were focused on win number seven and ready for a brawl. Once again the starting

Lions’ Defeat Girls Soccer Squad

Away match with the Lions of Gahanna. Ranked in the area’s top 10, the Lions promised to be tough and lived up to their reputation.  The Purple Footies when loading the bus discovered that their two starting midfielders were sidelined with knocks to their noggins.   A difficult task just got harder. Quoting Mad Magazine’s

Raiders ranked 7th in Ohio after first 3-0 start since 1995

REYNOLDSBURG – After missing the playoffs in 2017 in heartbreaking fashion due to a narrow tiebreaker despite a 7-3 regular season record, the Raiders went into the offseason hungry and determined to leave no doubt about their postseason chances in 2018. So far, that seems to be the case three weeks into the season, as

Girls Soccer Suffers 1st Defeat; Newark 2 – Raiders 1

Home game on the ‘Burg’s’ good sod; the soft big pitch is 1850 square yards bigger then the majority in central Ohio.  Alas the extra space did not prove to be decisive as the Newark Wildcats knocked the Purple Footies from the ranks of the undefeated.    The usual cast of characters represented the home

Girls Soccer and Delaware Hayes Tie 1-1

Bumping along at warp speed the Footies reached the far edges of the empire.  Tonights opponents were the worthies from Delaware Hayes.  A team renown for achieving ties.  They now have four this season.    A night in travel white,  the Purple Footies took the pitch with Ry Buck, Kendall Craiglow and Captain Alyssa Shiffman