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Travel Basketball Try-outs

Tryouts for the Boys and Girls Raider travel basketball teams (Grades 3-6) will be held at Summit Campus gymnasium from 6:30-8:30 on October 11, 12, 18, 19, and 25th according to following schedule: Wednesday 10/11: Boys 3rd Grade only and Girls all grades Thursday 10/12: Boys 6th Grade only and Girls all grades Wednesday 10/18: Boys

2017 Raider Basketball Summer Camps Scheduled

The Raider Boys and Girls Basketball programs have announced their summer camps for 2017. For details, see the ‘CAMPS’ tab on the top banner of this Raider Athletics website (          

Boys Basketball into District Semifinals

The Raider Boys Basketball team didn’t play their best game on Friday night, but they showed toughness when it counted and held off a very game Walnut Ridge squad 55-50. After a closely contested first quarter that saw Reynoldsburg up 27-24 at Halftime, the Scots opened the second half with a 16-6 run to take

Huge second half propels Raiders to win in playoff opener

REYNOLDSBURG — Although the Raiders finished an impressive regular season at 16-6, they along with the other 46 Division I teams in Central Ohio pressed the reset button as the first round of the playoffs finally were underway. Up first for the 10th-seeded Raiders was a home game against the 32nd-seeded Pioneers out of Olentangy Orange, who ended up keeping

Tourney Time for Raider Hoops

Tournament time is upon us for the Raider Girls and Boys Basketball teams, who will both be hosting games this weekend at Summit in their respective tournaments. The Lady Raiders (19-4) will play in the second round this Friday evening (2/24) at 7:00pm vs. Marion Harding after defeating Central Crossing 107-26 in the first round

Raiders win regular season finale at Lancaster as postseason awaits

LANCASTER — The Raiders snapped a three-game losing streak with their best defensive performance of the season on Senior Night earlier in the week, but were looking to continue to build momentum at Lancaster for their regular season finale. Although a furious 4th quarter rally by the Gales made the score a lot closer than

SENIOR NIGHT- Four Raiders recognized in win over Bishop Hartley

REYNOLDSBURG — Looking to snap what would be their only losing streak of the regular season, the Raiders returned home for a matchup against a four-loss Bishop Hartley team in what would be the final regular season home game for seniors Arrington Dulin, Reece Strohm, KJ Walker, and JJ Cooper (pictured above from left to right). With the

FRIDAY NIGHT HOOPS- Girls bounce back, Boys fall at Pickerington North

PICKERINGTON — Raiders Boys and Girls Basketball both traveled to face Pickerington North in the second consecutive doubleheader for both teams. Each team was looking to bounce back after furious rallies at home came up short in their doubleheader against Pickerington Central; the Girls trailed by as many as 23 and missed an overtime-forcing three

Raiders sweep regular-season series vs. Gahanna-Lincoln

GAHANNA — Coming off a 25-point 4th quarter in a comeback win on Tuesday against Central Crossing, the Raiders traveled to Gahanna-Lincoln looking to build on their offensive momentum and secure a rare road win in the Lions Den. With the home stretch of the regular season looming, both of those things happened tonight. The

COMEBACK COMPLETE! Raiders rally from 16 down to stun Central Crossing

REYNOLDSBURG — Coming off a close home win against Lancaster, it didn’t appear that tonight’s home game against Central Crossing was going to be a close one at first. While the Raiders offense struggled, the Comets caught fire offensively early on to take a 16-point lead early in the 2nd quarter and give the Raiders