A dark Canal night welcomed the stalwarts in purple. It got so bad they had to turn on the lights. Confident before the kick off the Raiders were over come by a team that was not only good but very good on their home high dollar turf. The Indians zipped around and the damage was
The evening was warm and bright but turned out to be any thing but pleasant for the Reynoldsburg faithful. Lancaster arrived with a 7-4 record. They left with an even better 8-4 record. The Raiders began with Asjah Soza in goal, Tessa Hodnett, Cymone Rogers, CJ “Rocky” Rock and Emily Vogelgesang as the starting making
Heading north well above the Tropic of Cancer and below the Arctic Circle, The Raiders loaded extra rations, fuel blathers and back up communication devices to journey north to the Buckeye Valley Barons. Reminiscence of the trips taken towards the pole by Dr. Frederick A. Cook and Robert Perry the Raiders trekked over uncharted terrain
A cool crisp evening welcomed the standing room only crowd. In marched the “Purpledecka” with great fan fair and flair. The red cup drum section (good enough for Miss America) was in rhythm. The evening promised to be filled with hard action, oohs and ahas, whistles and chants. Hardly any time to enjoy those tasty
Tonight harken back to the poem by Ernest Lawrence Thayer Casey at the Bat, “Somewhere in this favored land the sun is shining bright. The band is playing somewhere, and somewhere hearts are light. And somewhere men are laughing, and somewhere children shout. But there is no joy in Mudville (Reynoldsburg). Mighty Casey (your purple gang)
Girls Junior Varsity Tennis, Girls Varsity Tennis · Raider Tennis Girls Pounce on Westerville S.
Lady Raider tennis team defeated WEsterville South 4-1 in a dual match with all winning courts wrapping up the competition in straight sets. Winners were Diamond Person, Tori Bridges, Jessika Acosta-Gorman, Jadelyn Cheng and Ciara Boykins.
The purple gang piled out of the field house and on the bus ready for a win. Even though the record sported by Gahanna was flawless the Raiders expected nothing less then victory. Solid work all week had focused on possession and the teams ability to control a match. The job was to get over
Girls Varsity Bowling · Bowling Team Announces Fundraisers
Fundraisers for 2014 Bowling Team: From now until September 18, 2014, Reynoldsburg High School Bowling team is looking for 4-man golf teams to play at Willow Run Golf Course on Saturday September 27, 2014. Cost per person is $60.00 which includes 18 holes plus cart, lunch, door prizes and non-alcoholic beverages. Lunch is at 11:30.
Girls Junior Varsity Tennis, Girls Varsity Tennis · Inspiring Raider Featured by Dispatch
Megan Barnes played her first match last night and the Columbus Dispatch was there to cover it. Follow the link to their article and a great story: http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/sports/2014/09/03/hitting-court-helps-teen-deal-with-disease.html
Girls Junior Varsity Tennis, Girls Varsity Tennis · Barnes debuts her high school tennis career
Sophomore Megan Barnes started her high school tennis career Tuesday as she fielded 3rd singles on the Raider varsity tennis team. Barnes faced Gahanna’s Kathleen McGuff in a specially arranged short-court dual in which Barnes lost 21-13. Congratulations to Megan for her hard work in preparing for the match. Megan will start again this Friday