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Rangers Compete Regionals

This Saturday May 20th, the Rangers competed at Hillsdale College for the MHSAA regional championship. Although the weather was less than cooperative, the Rangers had a great day of competition. The following boys were medal winners on the day. Regional Champions: 4×100 relay: Tyler Whinnie, Guillermo Escobedo, David Bignell, Ethan LoPresto (45.73) *State qualifier 2nd […]

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Jr. High Rangers Compete at Union City

On the afternoon of Tuesday, May 16th, Reading’s Boy’s and Girl’s Middle School Track teams competed at Union City against the Union City Chargers, Jonesville Comets, and Bronson Vikings.  The girls tied Jonesville for 2nd place with 44 points and succumbed to Bronson who scored 51.  The boy’s team took 2nd with 59 points beating […]

Rangers Compete at Purdy Invite

The Rangers traveled to Litchfield’s annual Purdy Invitational this Saturday, May 13. It was a great day of competition with the Rangers tying for 5th place out of 13 teams. It was a beautiful day and many of the athletes either obtained new PRs or medaled. The following is a list of medal winners. 1st […]

Lady Rangers Place 2nd at Purdy Invite

The Reading Girls Varsity Track team brought home a second place trophy from the Purdy Invite on Saturday, at Litchfield.  The following girls finished in the top medaled and finished in the top six places: Abby Reppert 5th in Discus Katie Creager 6th in Shot Ann Weidmayer-1st in high jump, 5th in pole vault Kerstin […]

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Rangers Split with Athens and Union City

The Rangers competed against the Indians of Athens and the Chargers of Union City this Wednesday, May 10 in Union City. It was a competitive day with the Rangers falling to Union City, but coming away with a victory Athens. The team is peaking at the right time and multiple Rangers achieved impressive PRs. The […]

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Lady Rangers 6-1 in League

The Girls Varsity Track team ran at Union City beating,  Athens and Union City.  This puts our dual meet record 6-1 in the league.  There were several outstanding performances.  First place finishes were by Ann Weidmayer- High Jump and Pole Vault, Abby Reppert-Discus, Katie Creager-Shot Put, Kenni Bassage-3200 meter, Kaitlin Seager-100m, Baleigh Irelan-100 hurdles, Hailey […]

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Jr. High Competes at Quincy Invite

Earlier this evening Reading’s Boy’s and Girl’s Middle School Track teams competed at the Quincy Invite against all Big 8 teams.  Both teams had a strong showing with the boys finishing in 2nd place behind Jonesville and the girls winning the meet edging out Athens by 1 point.  Medaling for the Rangers were: Girls: o   […]

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Rangers Defeat Hornets

On Saturday the Rangers swept a double header from the Hillsdale Hornets. Game 1 featured a 8-5 victory for the Rangers.  Cole Boyd had his best outing of the year pitching 6 innings allowing only 3 runs on 4 hits while striking out 7. Rangers were led offensively by Javin Green( 2 hits, a sac […]

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Reading Basketball Academic All State

The Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan (BCAM) recently announced its postseason awards.  The Ranger Boys Varsity Basketball members were honored to receive recognition for two different distinctions. Junior Devin Giberson, received the TEAM FIRST award.  The criteria included players who most exemplified putting the team before self, teamwork, commitment, service, and sacrifice.  Devin is one of […]

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Lady Rangers Beat Trojans

The Reading Girls Varsity Track team had another win last night against the Homer Trojans.  The girls took first place in all events except the shot put and the 100 meter.  The Lady Rangers are now 8-1 overall for their season.  The following athletes finished first in their events or had personal best performances: Ann […]

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