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Late surge propels Raiders to division title and #1 seed in playoffs

LANCASTER, OH – Two years ago at Fulton Field in their regular season finale, the Lancaster Gales erupted late in the 4th quarter on their home turf en route to a 42-27 win over Reynoldsburg to drop the Raiders to 6-4, eliminating them from playoff contention before all Week 10 scores went final in 2016.

Football Playoff Tickets for Friday’s Game

Pre-Sale Tickets for Friday’s home playoff game vs. Toledo Start will be available for $8 each (cash only) from 4pm-6pm on Thursday (11/1) in the athletic office at the Livingston HS campus – enter through Fieldhouse door(s) [#23] and proceed to your right up the gym hallway to the athletic office (on right side of

Noah Ratliff Wrestling at Super 32

Junior Wrestler Noah Ratliff will be wrestling at Super 32 this weekend. This is one of the toughest preseason wrestling tournaments in the COUNTRY!!!! WE wish you the best of luck.   GO RAIDERS


Raider Tennis team finished a great season last week. Although the team stats turned out to be 7-8 in dual matches, most of the team finished 8-7 on individual courts. Reynoldsburg will graduate Alexa Matan, Katelyn Whetsel, Nandi Rowe, Jada Smythe, and Miracle Robey this Spring but will retain a number of Juniors, sophomore and

Playoff-bound Raiders beat Pickerington Central for first time since 2001

REYNOLDSBURG, OH – Everyone in Reynoldsburg and Pickerington knows the recent history of the Battle of 256. The last time the Raiders beat the Tigers was on the night of August 24th, 2001: a 30-14 win at Crew Stadium in the season opener for both teams, and during a moment in time when Pickerington Central

Girls’ 2018 Soccer Season Rolls Closed

Central Ohio traffic seem to foretell the future and desired to lengthen your beloved Purple Footies season.  A normal hour ride stretch into the twilight.  The season came to a conclusion up in Powell versus Olentangy Liberty but not before the Raiders played vigerosuly seeking victory. The Raiders stayed with their 4-4-2 formation.  This evening had Ry

Raiders (7-1, 2-1) bounce back at Grove City as Central awaits

GROVE CITY, OH – In Week 7, the Raiders offense was held to season lows of 196 total yards and 7 points at Gahanna-Lincoln in what was their first loss of the 2018 season. On the night of Friday October 12th, 2018, Reynoldsburg quickly had to move on from this as they had another matchup

Girls Soccer Advances, Beats Teays Valley 4-3 In Overtime

An early north wind blew some Vikings into the ‘Burg’ last night looking to plunder the Raiders. The opening round of the District Tournament was at hand.  Sporting a 13-3 record the Teays Valley Vikings understood what it takes to win ball games.  Yogi Berra often misquoting said “it ain’t over till its over” when

Girls Soccer Secures Winning Season

The last regular season game arrived on a nice warm October evening in Lancaster Ohio.  Your Purple Footies faced their old nemesis the Lancaster Golden Gales on newly refurbished Fulton Field.  Each squad was looking to add luster and in the case of the Gales celebrate their seniors.  Appropriate fanfare saw flowers presented to the

Cheerleading Try-Out for Basketball Season

Basketball Cheer try-outs: October 29th, 6-8 pm Livingston HS Campus Gymnasium Raider Cheerleading (7-12)  is offering an additional try-out to any students who were not able to attend the orignal try-outs back in May and are interested in Cheering for Basketball season. Each cheerleader trying out will need to bring in a current grade card.