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RHS Swimmers in action at OCC Ohio Championships

The Reynoldsburg HS swimmers participated in the OCC Ohio Championships at Thomas Worthington HS on Saturday, January 27. The girls team finished 6th with 77 points behind the champion Pickerington North and the boys squad scored 200.5 points to finish third behind league champs Gahanna Lincoln. Freshman Kasey Lichtner added to her season accomplishments with

Raiders defeat Westerville South for second straight season

REYNOLDSBURG — Not too many Central Ohio Boys Basketball teams in the last three seasons can say they have a win against area and state powerhouse Westerville South, and the Raiders had a chance for its second win in as many tries over the Wildcats on Tuesday January 23rd. The Raiders won in memorable fashion

RHS Alum Named to NFL Pro Bowl !

2010 RHS Graduate and former Raider Roosevelt Nix has been named to the 2018 NFL Pro Bowl. ‘Rosie’ was a standout defensive lineman at RHS and then at Kent St.University before signing on for a try-out with the Pittsburgh Steelers as an undrafted free agent and making the position change to Fullback.  Not only did he beat the

Wrestling Places 4th out of 20 teams @ Hamilton TWP Invitational

The Raider wrestling team placed 4th out of 20 teams this past weekend. This is the first top 5 finish for the Raiders in 3 years. Placing at the event were : Isiah Boateng- 6th Luke Goeschel- 4th Gage Chapman- 3rd Kyle Copas- 3rd Noah Ratliff- 5th Cameron Simpson- 3rd Thomas Baire – 1st   The

Raider Swimmers host Senior Recognition Meet

The RHS Swimmers welcomed Canal Winchester, Hartley, and Teays Valley to St. Charles for a meet hosted by the Raiders. Reynoldsburg honored the team’s six seniors and their parents in a ceremony during the competition. Co-captain Melissa Herrick, Ethan Miller, Alec Myers, TaJah Reynolds, ShaBhir Thompkins, and co-captain Tanner Wooddell were all recognized for their

Unbelievable second-half rally falls just short against Gahanna-Lincoln

REYNOLDSBURG — It was a tale of two halves on Friday January 19th, as the Raiders returned home to try to avenge their loss at Gahanna-Lincoln from earlier in the 2017-18 season. With the game tied after one quarter, the Lions stunningly scored 17 unanswered points to start the 2nd quarter and seemed to blow