Reynoldsburg Boys Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 1 - 0
  • Conference Record: N/A

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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

Raiders fall at Gahanna-Lincoln for first loss of 2018

GAHANNA, OH – After an emotional home win against Pickerington North in Week 6, in which the Raiders rallied from a 24-7 fourth-quarter deficit with 26 straight points in a 33-31 victory to remain undefeated, the Raiders traveled to heavily battle-tested Gahanna-Lincoln on the night of Friday October 5th, 2018 for their Week 7 contest.

Raiders (6-0) rally from 17 down in 4th to stun Pickerington North

REYNOLDSBURG – Entering their OCC-Ohio division opener on the night of September 28th, 2018, the undefeated Raiders trailed for a grand total of 55 seconds during the season and gave up only 27 total points in the process. They quickly fell behind at home against rival Pickerington North: a team the Raiders were 1-9 against

Raiders 5-0 for first time since 1968 as division play awaits

REYNOLDSBURG – It was Homecoming in the Burg as Westerville South came into town on the night of Friday September 21st, 2018. On a night that saw heavy rain and lightning during and after pregame ceremonies that pushed back kickoff time by just about an hour, Reynoldsburg got off to a slow start on offense

Historic Homecoming game awaits undefeated Raiders (4-0, AP #6)

GROVE CITY — While the Raiders got off to their best start in over 20 years going into a Week 4 matchup at Central Crossing on the night of September 14th, the team didn’t think very much of it with it being so early into the 2018 season. And after what ended up being their

Raiders ranked 7th in Ohio after first 3-0 start since 1995

REYNOLDSBURG – After missing the playoffs in 2017 in heartbreaking fashion due to a narrow tiebreaker despite a 7-3 regular season record, the Raiders went into the offseason hungry and determined to leave no doubt about their postseason chances in 2018. So far, that seems to be the case three weeks into the season, as

Raiders finish 7-3 in 2017 after Senior Night win

REYNOLDSBURG – For the first time since 2001, the Raiders completed a football season undefeated at home. Despite finishing 5-0 on their field at the Livingston Avenue campus of Reynoldsburg High School (RHS), 7-3 overall, 3-2 in the vicious OCC-Ohio division, and 25th in the state of Ohio amongst Division 1 teams in terms of points,

Raiders fall at Central but still alive in playoff hunt

PICKERINGTON — For the second year in a row, both the Raiders and arch-rival Pickerington Central came into their Week 9 Battle of 256 with a combined 13-3 record and a lot of momentum. Despite recent history not being on their side, the Raiders knew that the past did not matter and that their main

Raiders now 6-2 with win over Grove City; Battle of 256 up next

REYNOLDSBURG — Coming off one of its biggest home wins in recent memory, the Raiders were back in action on Friday October 13th for a division matchup against Grove City. Despite a road trip to arch-rival Pickerington Central looming next week in Week 9, the Raiders went into Week 8 with the mindset that all

Raiders secure critical Homecoming win as defense comes up big late

REYNOLDSBURG — There were a lot of storylines coming into the night of Friday October 6th, as the Raiders faced Gahanna-Lincoln in what was easily the biggest game of the season up to this point. The Raiders allowed a combined 66 points in its last two games after allowing only 29 in its first four