Reynoldsburg Boys Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 16 - 7
  • Conference Record: 5 - 5

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DISTRICT CHAMPS!! Raiders’ fast start buries Mount Vernon in title game

COLUMBUS — Coming off of arguably one of the biggest upsets in the last decade, Mount Vernon’s magical playoff run crossed paths with the 10th-seeded Raiders. The 16th-seeded Yellow Jackets stunned Reynoldsburg’s OCC-Ohio division rival and top-seeded Pickerington North in their district semifinals contest by a score of 61-58 on the same night the Raiders

Raiders catch fire late against Westerville Central to reach district finals

WORTHINGTON – One year ago, the Raiders’ season ended with a 45-41 loss to St. Charles in Worthington Christian Middle School’s gym in the district semifinals. A year later on the night of Tuesday March 7th, the 10th-seeded Raiders found themselves in the same neutral gym with a chance at redemption in the 2017-18 district

Raiders advance to district semifinals for second straight year

REYNOLDSBURG — Coming off a 55-40 win over Thomas Worthington in their postseason opener, the Raiders found themselves matched up against crosstown foe Watkins Memorial with a trip to the district semifinals at stake. Although both schools were separated by 27 spots in the Central Ohio District Tournament seeding, they are only separated by seven

Raiders dominate in 48-point Senior Night victory

REYNOLDSBURG — After the final buzzer sounded in favor of the surging Raiders on the night of Friday February 16th, when its six senior players were honored before what would be their final regular season home game, Raiders head coach Scott Davis said he hadn’t seen a Senior Night performance like the one he saw

Raiders stun Pickerington North with huge road upset

PICKERINGTON – Nobody outside of Reynoldsburg gave the Raiders a chance on Friday February 9th at Pickerington North: a team that was ranked #5 in the state of Ohio in last week’s AP rankings, and a team that will be the top seed in the upcoming Central Ohio District Tournament to kick off the postseason.

Raiders escape Central Crossing in low-scoring affair

GROVE CITY — Coming off a tough 63-58 home loss against Pickerington Central on Friday night, in which the Tigers pulled away in the 4th quarter, the Raiders looked to bounce back at Central Crossing on Tuesday February 6th. For the second straight regular season, the Comets gave the Raiders everything they had. Last season,

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

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

Game-ending 30-6 run surges Raiders past Lancaster

LANCASTER — Coming off of its first win of 2018 at New Albany, the Raiders traveled to Lancaster for a rare Thursday evening division contest. The game was moved up a night in anticipation of the snow and ice that was forecasted in the area when the game was originally scheduled. With the Raiders only

Raiders hold off New Albany for third win in last four games

NEW ALBANY — The Raiders swept their two games at the Stephen Gussler Holiday Invitiational over winter break to end 2017, securing a 60-57 overtime win over Chillicothe and a 68-56 win over Cincinnati LaSalle in back-to-back days at Thomas Worthington High School. Reynoldsburg was denied a win in their first game of 2018 after