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Participation Fee Lowered to $170

The Reynoldsburg Board of Education has voted to lower the District’s Athletic Participation Fee from $335 to $170. This is effective immediately and retro-active for Fall sports as well. After many years and efforts toward having this fee amount lowered, the Athletic Department is very pleased by what this development means for our Raider families.

Girls Soccer Season Ends: Reynoldsburg 1 Olentangy 5

The second match of the District tournament had arrived.  Assembling next to the Livingston Field House your Purple team loaded for the trip north.  The opponent was none other then our second summer scrimmage foe, Olentangy High School Braves.  August’s results gave the Raiders some early preparation information.  Tonights contest would be on the growing

Girls Soccer Tournament: Raiders 6 Central Crossing 1

The gales of November came a month early and just like the the sailors of the S.S. Edmond Fitzgerald the Central Crossing Comets season was in peril.  Strong winds, heavy rain, a fast large pitch and a determined Raider squad were on the horizon.  It is tournament time, you must win or pack up. The

Bowling Team Info

There will be a Bowling Team meeting on Monday, November 3rd at 6:30pm at Holiday Lanes.  Practices for bowling will begin there on Monday, November 17th at 3:30pm.  If you are interested in Bowling, please contact Jean Martin at  

Junior High Winter Sports Info

Wrestling: Informational Meeting:  Monday, November 3rd – 5pm @ RHS in Coach Bergeron’s classroom (HS2 entrance) *Practices begin Mon. November 10th @ WRJH         (*No ‘cuts’ or Try-Outs for Wrestling) Coach – Kyle Bergeron (     Boys Basketball: Open Gym sessions (2 for each grade):  5:30-7:00 –  8th Grade (@ WRMS) – 10/23 and 10/27      

Girls Soccer Hosting Central Crossing in District Tournament, Oct 14, 7 pm

The dust has settled on the 2014 girls soccer division one district tournament draw.  The teams have been seeded, brackets filled and every thing is now ready to wrap up the regular season and go for grabbing the state title. Your Raiders are in it and ready to go.  The girls soccer team will host

A Cruise for the Raiders, Girls Soccer: Reynoldsburg 3 Groveport Madison 0

The hot early mornings in June have given way to the cool gusts and Octobers’ grey sky.  Seven players have been here for it all and more.  Autumn of high school soccer has arrived for Asmara Abraham, Katie Barrett, Samara Robinson, CJ Rock, Mekedia Setegine, Paige Van Horn and Emily Vogelgesang.  Senior night was celebrated

A Frosty Win, Girls Soccer: Reynoldsburg 3 Licking Heights 0

Nothing like a nice early Fall morning, sun shinning off the leaves with a bountiful harvest to be collected.  The Raiders jumped into their yellow chariot for a short ride into Pataskala, meeting the Licking Heights Hornets in a friendly soccer contest.  Unfortunately the trip did not resemble that, instead your worthy team found weather

Girls Soccer: Pacers Out Run Raiders, Reynoldsburg 1 Hayes 2

It was off to Delaware Hayes for the Raiders, filling in for Liberty Union the Pacers offered a match.  The Purple squad hoped to build a winning streak having defeated Newark on Tuesday. The Pacers and the Raiders sported similar records and the match promised to be even. The starting line included Asjah Soza in