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Ranger Cross Country Competes at Bronson

Reading’s varsity and middle school boy’s and girl’s cross-country teams competed in the fourth Big 8 dual meet of the conference season on Tuesday afternoon at Bronson High School.  While the varsity school teams both took 2nd to Bronson, the middle school teams were able to defeat the Vikings.  In the varsity boy’s race, Lucas Barnett

Ranger JV Football Roll Past Wildcats

The Reading Ranger JV football team had the rare opportunity to play Monday Night Football this week.  The team would host the Pittsford Wildcats in a non-conference tilt. The Rangers would score early and often, with solid play from the Big Red defense the entire way.  Here is a list of highlights on the night: -Tayshawn

Rangers Host Dual with Union City

Reading’s varsity and middle school boy’s and girl’s cross-country teams competed in the third Big 8 dual meet of the conference season on Thursday afternoon at their home course at Kimball Camp.  While the middle school teams both took 2nd to Concord, the varsity teams were able to defeat the Chargers.  In the varsity boy’s race,

Reading CC Races vs. Quincy

Reading’s varsity and middle school boy’s and girl’s cross-country teams traveled to Quincy High School Monday afternoon to compete in the second Big 8 dual meet of the conference season.  While 3 of the 4 the Ranger teams lost to Concord, the Middle School boys came away with a victory and many individuals had great

Reading Cross Country Compete in First Big 8 Dual

Reading’s varsity and middle school boy’s and girl’s cross-country teams traveled to Concord High this past Thursday to compete in the first Big 8 dual meet of the conference season.  While the Ranger teams lost to Concord, many individuals had great races.  All five varsity boys earned either an SPR (seasonal personal record) or a

JV Rangers Win Season Opener

The Reading Rangers JV football team traveled to Union City to take on the Chargers this past Thursday night. The two teams would trade possessions to start the game.  Tayshawn Bester would put the Rangers on the board late in the first quarter with a 65 yard touchdown run. Maverick Messenger would add the two

Reading Cross Country Kicks Off 2020 Season at Leslie

Reading’s varsity boy’s and girl’s cross-country teams competed in their first race of the season at the Leslie Invitational yesterday afternoon.  On the varsity boy’s side, the team took 7th as a whole while Tyler Bays earned a medal after taking 10th place with a time of 19:03. Medaling for the girls was Maggie Steele (7th place –