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Boys Varsity Swim and Dive, Girls Varsity Swim and Dive · Swim & Dive Team end their season on a high note


Randolph boys team  were runner up to St Paul’s Episcopal School at the AHSAA State Swim and Dive Meet this past weekend.  There were twenty-one teams in Division 1A-5A, with Randolph’s boys coming in second. On the girls side, they finished sixth out of twenty-three teams in Division 1A-5A.   The male swimmers were Cal Shockley, Jackson Davis, Jackson Rogers, Jack Maurer, Matthew Tao, Ethan Wan, Warren Towry, and our diver was David Clary.  The female swimmers were Sophie Byers, Delaney Wood, Mary Coomer, Kelli Janssen, Sydney Scoggins, Cole Strankman, and Emily Eichstaedt.  All the competition was quite close and our Raiders were very exciting to cheer for.  It was an outstanding job done by all these athletes.

Here are the results of our Raiders in Division 1A-5A;

Diving-David Clary came in third place.

Swimming-Ethan Wan, Jackson Rogers, Cal Shockley, Jackson Davis, and Matthew Tao came in third in the 200 Medley Relay.  Cal Shockley came in first in the 200 Free and second in the 500 Free.  Jack Maurer came in sixth in the 100 Fly.  Ethan Wan came in 4th in the 100 Fly and 100 Back.  Jackson Rogers came in 8th in the 100 Breast.  In the 200 Free Relay, Jackson Rogers, Matthew Tao, Warren Towry, Jack Maurer, and Jackson Davis came in sixth place.  To end the meet, Ethan Wan, Jack Maurer, Jackson Rogers, and Cal Shockley came in second in the 400 Free Relay.

Mary Coomer, Kelli Janssen, Cole Strankman, and Sydney Scoggins came in sixth in the 200 Medley Relay. Cole Strankman came in sixth in the 50 Free.  In the 200 Free Relay, Sydney Scoggins, Emily Eichstaedt, Sophie Byers, and Delaney Wood came in sixth place.  In their final 400 Free Relay, Cole Strankman, Emily Eichstaedt, Mary Coomer, and Delaney Wood came in sixth place.  All the fourteen swimmers helped their relays to achieve best times for the season.  Well done to everyone for the effort you gave in the pool at Auburn.  Great job Raiders!