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    Quarterback Conner McCloud helped lead a 21-member senior class on the Reynoldsburg football team. He completed 62 of 143 passes for 844 yards with eight touchdowns. The Raiders finished 3-7 overall and 3-4 in the OCC-Ohio Division.

    Raiders believe they'll rebound

    The Reynoldsburg High School football team entered this season knowing many of its most talented players were juniors.

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Editor's note: Because of a technical issue, cross country schedules are located at the bottom of teams' season preview stories. Results may appear here


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Hartley Roundup

Volleyball team falls shy in bid for state title

When Mike Rahe joined the Hartley High School girls volleyball coaching staff as an assistant in 2011, he recognized how much talent was in the program's freshman class.
Reynoldsburg Roundup

Football team closes with win

For the second consecutive season, the Reynoldsburg High School football team beat Groveport in its regular-season finale to close the year on a two-game winning streak.
Hartley Roundup

Hawks enjoy banner weekend

Last weekend was filled with championships and honors for fall sports athletes at Hartley High School.
Reynoldsburg Roundup

Football team striving for strong finish

The Reynoldsburg High School football team will attempt to end its season on a winning streak when it plays Friday, Oct. 31, at Groveport.
Hartley Roundup

Girls volleyball squad secures district title

For the ninth time in 10 seasons, including the second season in a row, the Hartley High School girls volleyball team has earned a district championship.
Reynoldsburg Roundup

Injury-filled year doesn't stop Wallace

Reynoldsburg High School senior Leah Wallace never lost sight of what she wanted to accomplish this season despite a series of painful obstacles.