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Short-handed Racine Raiders lose, margin for error to win the league is now virtually nonexistent

Melrose Park, Ill. – It’s not over, but it’s not looking good. The Racine Raiders may have seen their hopes of a Mid-States Football League championship go up in flames Saturday night after a crucial 24-14 loss to the Midway Marauders. Whereas the Raiders were missing several key players due to injury or work commitments, […]

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Racine Roundup features Racine Raiders, SapSap and Neuro Advantage Rehabilitation

The Racine Roundup aired on TMJ4 during the 4 p.m. news on Thursday, July 21. Featured stories included the Racine Raider’s game coverage against the Illinois Cowboys, honoring SapSap’s owner Alex Hanesakda, and a business spotlight on Neuro Advantage Rehabilitation – all stories on the Racine County Eye news website. Loren Lamoreaux, Racine County Eye […]

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Norwood, defense fuel 2nd straight Raiders win

Age ain’t nothing but a number. Just ask Racine Raiders longtime wide receiver Will Norwood. The 37-year-old Racine Case grad and former Division 1 college football player snagged two touchdowns to lead the hometown team to a 21-6 victory over the visiting Midway Marauders Saturday night at Historic Horlick Field. It was the second consecutive […]

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Midwest Mountain Lions, Female Football Team, Takes The Field on May 21

The Midwest Mountain Lions, a local women’s tackle football team, will take the field at Historic Horlick Field, 1648 N Memorial Dr, on May 21. Their first-ever home opener will kick off at 2 p.m. against the Grand Rapids Tidal Waves. Gates will open at 1 p.m. for spectators. Thinking about attending? Tickets, which will […]

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Hall of Famer Kennedy continues Racine Raiders legacy May 14

RACINE – It’s only the preseason, but the Racine Raiders – the team that’s billed as Minor League Football’s most successful franchise – are back, and it’s as good as it was advertised. It’s that time of year again, and as the Racine Raiders, perhaps the greatest semi-pro football team in state history, begin their […]

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Graham Accepts Varsity Head Football Coach Position at Case High School

Case High School’s Varsity Football has appointed a new head coach. Anton Graham has accepted the position to take over and replace the previous coach, Bryan Shredl. This will be Graham’s first head coaching opportunity as a football coach for Racine Unified School District. He has years of experience under his belt as a coach […]

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2022 Racine Raiders Football Schedule

The Racine Raiders Football team has officially announced their schedule for the 2022 season. The Racine Raiders are a 501c(3) not-for-profit organization staffed by volunteers. They were founded in 1953 and are the longest continuously operating adult amateur or semi-pro football team in the United States. The Racine Raiders will kick off their season at […]

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