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All-State Golfer Michaela Morard named to the USA Today All-USA Second Team

Raider Michaela Morard has been selected to the USA Today All-USA Second team.  She shot a state-record 8-under-par in the first round of the Alabama Class 4A-5A state tournament in May, but her two-round total of 137 was only good for second place.  Read more on USA Today Michaela was also selected to the 2018

Mom’s Football Clinic

It’s time to register for our first ever Randolph Mom’s Football Clinic.  Mark your calendars for Saturday August 4 at 10 A.M. The clinic is for any Randolph family or friends, not just moms, who are interested in learning more about the great game of football.  Enjoy learning more about football through Offensive and Defensive

Randolph announces new Head Coach for the Baseball Program

We are thrilled to announce that JD Flowers will serve as head coach of the Randolph baseball program. Coach Flowers comes to Randolph from Freed-Hardeman University (FHU) in Henderson, Tennessee, where as an assistant coach he has been part of a complete turn-around of a perennial last-place team, helping lead the Lions to conference titles

Why Multi-Sport Athletes – Sam Kimel ’18

Congrats to graduate Sam Kimel, selected Huntsville top male athlete. Sam was the ultimate puzzle piece – a player who could be plugged in at seemingly any position in two sports. Read more on – ‘Unbelievable to watch’: Huntsville top male athlete Sam Kimel was definition of versatile By Daniel Boyette Sam has signed to play

Thoughts from the Sideline

With a new head coach at the helm, here are his thoughts on the summer workouts and the upcoming season for Raider Football. How are the summer workouts going? Coach Killen: They are going pretty well. June has been kind of a crazy month with basketball and other sports having play dates, but everyone has been here when

Boys Soccer recognized at the Huntsville City Council today

Raider soccer ends another season with a championship trophy and a recognition from the City of Huntsville. Thursday evening at the city council meeting, Steve Ivey (Director of Parks & Recreation ) and Mayor Battle recognized the team for their victory at state and awarded each player and coach with a City of Huntsville Certificate of Commendation. Great job

Randolph Golfers Summer Tours off to an impressive start

Charles Warren’22 competed in and won the HJGT Mid Season Invitational at Sea Island.  Over the course of the 3 day event, Charles shot 74,75,76 to win by 1 stroke. Bella Duesing ’22 finished 1st in the AJGO tournament yesterday at Point Mallard.  She had the lowest score(92) of any female participant. Great job Raiders!   Good

Raider competing at New Balance Outdoors “Junior High Mile”

Meet Eric Xing ‘22. He is a rising freshman for the 2018-19 school year at Randolph.  He qualified and ran at the AHSAA 4A State Cross Country Championships in November 2017 as an 8th grader.  Eric ran a 17:52.87 for the 5k cross country distance, which was a personal record.  He finished as the 4th place finisher for the

Blake Killen Named New Randolph Football Head Coach

Randolph School is pleased to announce that Blake Killen will serve as head coach of the Randolph varsity football program. Director of Athletics Blake Davenport says, “When the head coach position recently became available, my immediate objective was to find someone who could sustain the momentum that our football program has been building for the

Raider attends the AHSAA Leadership Team Conference

Randolph Junior Claire Couvillon attended the Leadership Conference in Montgomery this past March.  This honor requires a two-year commitment that will involve Claire participating in several events during that time.  This conference was the first.  She had this to say about her experience and making new friends. When I first arrived at the conference I was nervous about