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Rangers Compete at First Big 8 Jamboree

Reading’s Varsity Cross-Country teams opened their league season with Jamboree #1 at Quincy High School earlier tonight.  Placing in the top 20 on the varsity girls’ side was Maggie Steele (16th place – 24:40).  In the middle school girl’s race, Alexis Bryan took 12th with a time of 15:36 and Hannah Deboe ran a new SPR of

Rangers Win on Homecoming

Homecoming success continues for the Rangers in a 45-0 victory over the Union City Chargers.  The Ranger fans packed the stands and the Rangers on the field did not disappoint.  Both sides of the ball were equally dominant with the LandSharks posting their 3rd shutout in 5 games, while holding the Chargers to a total

CC Teams Compete at Pittsford Invite

Reading’s Varsity and Middle School Boy’s and Girl’s Cross-Country teams competed at the Pittsford Invitational Saturday afternoon.  In the sophomore race, Maggie Steele took 16th place with a time of 24:59.0.  Luna Vallarelli took 18th place in the Junior race with a new PR of 25:55.5. In the middle school race, Jesse Cabrera took 14th place in the

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