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  • Reyoldsburg Roundup

    ERIC GEORGE/THISWEEKSPORTS
    Reynoldsburg's C.J. Rock (5) and Gahanna's Erica Schrader (6) battle for the ball earlier this season. The Raiders played host to Central Crossing in the first round of the Division I district tournament on Oct. 14. The winner plays Thursday, Oct. 16, at Olentangy.

    Girls squad opens postseason

    The Reynoldsburg High School girls soccer team began the postseason on an upswing.

Schedules & Results

Reynoldsburg

Football | Boys Golf | Girls Tennis | Soccer: Boys; Girls | Girls Volleyball

Hartley

Football | Boys Golf | Girls Tennis | Soccer: Boys; Girls | Girls Volleyball | Field Hockey

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Hartley Roundup

Football team set to face Cougars

Two squads on course for the postseason will meet for the first time Friday, Oct. 17, when the Hartley High School football team plays host to Beechcroft.
Reyoldsburg Roundup

Ellis ties for first at sectional

Coming off a double bogey on his 10th hole of the day, Reynoldsburg High School senior boys golfer Darnell Ellis hung tough Sept. 30 in a Division I sectional tournament at Turnberry.
Hartley Roundup

Girls volleyball team out to return to state

The Hartley High School girls volleyball team enters the postseason with a clearly established goal: Make it back to state.
Reynoldsburg Roundup

Park proud to compete with runners

George Park wouldn't trade the feeling he gets when he's out on a run or competing with the Reynoldsburg High School boys cross country team.
Football

Watterson ready to face Hartley

Both the Hartley and Watterson high school football teams enter their matchup Friday, Oct. 3, at Jack Ryan Field after experiencing a series of ups and downs.
Hartley Roundup

Resetar making most of chance

Annie Resetar's brain never stops working when she's on the court for the Hartley High School girls tennis team.

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