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Changes to Varsity Volleyball Schedule

The following are some changes to the Varsity Volleyball schedule for this week: Varsity Volleyball plays at Quincy on Tuesday, Sept. 18 at 6:00 p.m. bus will leave at 5:00. Varsity Volleyball will scrimmage at Pittsford on Wednesday, Sept. 19 at 5:30 bus will leave at 4:20.

Bell Stays in Reading

A ding-ta-ding-ta-ding-ding-ding-DONG!  A huge Ranger crowd traveled to Quincy to see the Rangers impress again with a 49-13 victory that keeps the bell in Reading. The Orioles were reminded of the famous quote by Richard Dreyfuss from the movie Jaws, “We’re going to need a bigger boat”.  The LandSharks swarmed to the ball all night

CC at Mendon Invite

Reading’s Varsity and Middle School Boy’s and Girl’s Cross-Country teams competed at the Mendon Invitational this past Saturday afternoon.  In the varsity girl’s race Maggie Steele earned a medal after taking 22nd place with a new PR of 23:48.  Also recording PRs on the girl’s side were Luna Vallarelli (26:16) and Pauline Cabrera (26:57), while Kayla Wohlheter

JV Football Beat Orioles 39-18

The Reading JV Football team hosted the Quincy Orioles this past Thursday at historic Barre Field. The two teams would trade possessions to start the game.  After a Oriole punt it would take the Rangers just one play to score as Roger Hill found the end zone on a 42 yard touchdown run.  Aaron Bignell would add

Reading CC Competes at Leslie Invite

Reading’s Varsity Boy’s and Girl’s Cross-Country teams competed at the Leslie Invitational this afternoon.  On the girl’s side, the Rangers placed fourth. Medaling for the girls was Maggie Steele (10th place – 25:10). 8th grader Alexis Bryan took 12th place in the girl’s Middle School 2-mile with a time of 16:44, while Lilly Hovis took 20th place with a time of 17:42.  8th grader

Rangers Win Big on the Road

Reading 50  Concord 0 The Rangers took their show on the road for the first time in week 3 and did not disappoint the fans scoring early and often defeating Concord 50-0.  What was supposed to be a battle between 2 unbeaten teams turned one-sided quickly as the Ranger defense was stifling and the offense

Ranger CC Compete at Homer Invite

Reading’s Varsity and Middle School Boy’s and Girl’s Cross-Country teams competed at the Homer Invitational earlier this afternoon.  All three varsity girls that ran earned PRs.  Maggie Steele ran a time of 24:11.68 to beat her previous PR by .10 seconds, while Pauline Cabrera ran a PR of 27:07 and Luna Vallarelli ran a PR of 27:08.  On

JV Rangers Advance to 3-0

The Reading JV Football team hosted the Concord Yellowjackets this past Thursday night at historic Barre Field. After a slow offensive possession to start the game the Ranger defense would come up big stuffing a fake punt by Concord deep to take the ball over on the 33 yard line.  It would take the Rangers just 3 plays to score as Aaron Bignell ran

Athletic Dept. – Barre Field T-Shirts

 Help support the Reading Athletic Department by purchasing the new “Friday Night at the Barre” t-shirts for this football season.  All proceeds will go back to the athletic department.  Orders may be placed in the high school office or call the office at 517-283-2142 ask for Kate.  Cost of the t-shirts are $20 orders are