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8th Grade Rangers Fall to Vikings in OT

The Reading 8th grade boys basketball team traveled to Bronson Wednesday night to face a tough 4-1 Vikings team. In a see-saw battle from start to finish, the Rangers lost in overtime 41-40. After overcoming a 7 point deficit in the 4th quarter with a furious rally to send it to overtime, the Rangers just

7th Grade Rangers Overcome Vikings

Our 7th graders won again last night.  They traveled to Bronson yesterday and came home victorious.  A slow start and a large deficit caused the Rangers to come from behind and beat Bronson 34-29.  The entire team played hard against a strong opponent. Seven Rangers scored with Alec Nash leading the way with ten points. 

Ford Field Here We Come!!!

The Rangers win again with a 38-0 semi-final victory over the Holton Red Devils.  The Land Sharks did their thing again.  They swarmed to the ball all day long holding Holton to a -13 yards on 22 carries.  Nick Affholter led the way with 8 tackles (3 for a loss), Damon Black had 6 tackles

8th Grade Boys Basketball Beat Quincy

The Reading 8th grade boys basketball team traveled to Quincy Friday night to take on the Orioles. Unselfish play, tough defense, and shared scoring were the keys to a 40-21 victory for the Rangers. Ten players figured in the scoring for Reading with Colton Bassage leading the way with 9 points. Wade Keegan and Maverick

JH Basketball Defeats Concord

The Rangers defeated the Yellow Jackets for the second time in less than a week.   The Rangers traveled to Concord for their first road game of the season and found a way to pull out a victory.  Concord jumped out to a 12-0 lead but the Rangers came roaring back for the win. Another balanced


The Rangers took care of business early and often and brought home their 4th Regional Championship with a 54-0 blanking of Detroit Southeastern.  Eljah Strine got the party started with a 55 yard touchdown jaunt on the game’s first play.  Anthony Willoughby ran in the 2-pt. conversion and the Rangers never looked back or slowed

Reading 8th Grade Boys Beat Concord

The Reading 8th grade boys basketball team traveled to Concord Wednesday night to face the Yellowjackets. The Rangers used a stifling defense to break open a close game and pull away to a 38-27 victory. Again, unselfish play and balanced scoring were the to victory as Alex Jackson and Colton Bassage each had 10 points,