Multiple Teams · Winter Season Kickoff!


Basketball

Boys
We are extremely excited about the 2018-19 edition of the Randolph Boys Basketball team. We will be paced by 9 seniors who all have played minutes in varsity basketball games… Yes 9… Graham Copeland, Chase Hammett, Sam Hartley, Andy Hufford, Sachin Katyal, Teddy Kubista, Parker League, Blake Mitchell, and JB Stockton will be our leaders both on and off the court this season. Juniors Ian Emerson, Phillip Porter, and Cadyn Campbell will also contribute greatly to our success using their length, athleticism, and abilities to score the basketball. Sophomores Noah Reed and Curtis Cooper all could see minutes on the court this season, as well.

Indoor Track

The track teams are gearing up for another winter season of Indoor Track! Both teams, which have members in Grades 7-12, graduated some talent last May, but have some key returners as well as some new faces this year. On the boys’ side, the team will look to experienced juniors Jack Schamban, Lee Thomas, Joshua Eastin, and Wes Minton for leadership. On the girls’ side, seniors Brianna Lu, Ariana Smartt, and Faith Davis, as well as several others, will likely lead the team this winter.  Both teams will continue to develop their MS athletes and see great potential coming up from the younger grades. Indoor track is always open to newcomers; their first practice is Monday, November 12th if you are interesting in trying it out. The teams will begin their competitive season at the Magic City Invitational on December 1st in Birmingham. Go Raiders!

Wrestling

Randolph is unrolling a brand new sport this winter… WRESTLING!

Tanner Wright, Race Wright, George Jennings, David Clary, Eli Isbell, and Carter Pollack will be leading our team onto the mats this year. Coach Scott Williams will be preparing our new grapplers for what is certain to be an exciting new endeavor for our athletic department. In the deep tradition of other combat sports like boxing and the martial arts, wrestling demands a challenging combination of strength, endurance and technique. Athletes and spectators alike are certain to get their heart rate up as our Raiders battle on the mat. We will be fielding a young and inexperienced team this year, but we are laying the foundations for what is expected to grow into a state championship program in the near future.