The London Red Raiders football team keeps racking up wins.
GRANDVIEW — It was Homecoming at Grandview Heights High School on Friday, but it was London who was celebrating as the Red Raiders trounced the host Bobcats 42-0.
It was a tale of two halves on the gridiron Friday night.
On Saturday, Sept. 29, cross country teams from across the state to participate in the Annual Erin L. Nance Distance Classic, to be held at London Country Club. Since 1998, the event has been held in memory of a LHS cross country runner who died in a car accident her senior year. Her father Terry and mother Connie – and a number of dedicated volunteers – work hard to make it the marquee event of its kind in Ohio. Prior to 1998 (and since it began in 1974) it was known as the London Invitational.
Just like in every other game London Red Raiders play, the Circleville Tigers knew KJ Price was going to get the ball.
It’s better to win ugly than lose pretty.
It was billed as an epic match-up.
In their season opening game last week against Urbana, London ran the ball all night.
Last season the London Red Raiders football team returned to the playoffs after a long hiatus.
London High School’s Emily Fraysier works against an Amanda Clearcreek defender in a recent varsity girls soccer matchup between the two squads on the Red Raiders’ home turf.