The Raider Rock was first made part of Reynoldsburg High School tradition back in 1976, when 6 students brought it to the high school. The rock was placed at the center of the open courtyard. It became a focal point of pride for the school. Players would rub the rock on their way into the games. It became a gathering point for teams, students, and fans to rally around... and was often painted during certain rivalry games.
It now sits inside the main entrance of the original Livingston campus---and still embodies the hard work and determination of all Raiders that have walked through the halls.
(photo courtesy of David Lenert)
Brimming with nostalgia, grab your sweatshirt now!!
- Sweatshirt: Athletic Heather 7oz. 90/10 airlume combed ringspun cotton/poly, retail fit, unisex sizing, white drawcord, ribbed cuffs and waistband
Portion of sales will go back to Reynoldsburg High School.