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By Jake Weese ’18 Senior Year is a time to look forward as well as a time to reflect. You can’t help but think about your years at Randolph and what it is meant to you: Friends, classes, trips, and sports. I will be interviewing seniors throughout the year from all sports for their last

Difference Maker – Freddie Durbin

If your school has a sport team, chances are you have someone at all of your games who can apply ice and tape ankles, but we’ve got a year-round dedicated staff member, Freddie Durbin, Director of Athletic Training. Coach Durbin gets to know our students. He treats and helps students (and the occasional faculty/staff member)

4th Annual Shoot for the Cure

Shoot for the Cure was a great night for Randolph Basketball this past Friday. Following big wins over New Hope by the JV Boys and Varsity Girls, the Varsity Boys got a 54-41 win in the night-cap. Senior Will Griffin led the Raiders with 15 points and 6 assists. Graham Copeland added 11 points with

Raiders make All State!

Congratulations to three very deserving and great young men! Meet the 2017 Super All-State Cross Country Team – Congrats Matthew Estopinal ( 4A runner-up (16:07.59) and ran 15:52.10 to win Huntsville Metro championship)! Read more on al.com We couldn’t be prouder of #1 Sam Kimel and #11 Levon Fletcher for being named to the 2017 ASWA All-State

Raider Spotlight

By Jake Weese ’18 Senior Year is a time to look forward as well as a time to reflect. You can’t help but think about your years at Randolph and what it is meant to you: Friends, classes, trips, and sports. I will be interviewing seniors throughout the year from all sports for their last

Signing Day for Raider Levon Fletcher

Randolph School is proud to announce that Levon Fletcher will be attending Troy University next year on a full ride football scholarship! Levon  started playing football at age 7.  Levon knew early on that he had a strong love for the game, and wanted to excel in any way possible.  He became a student at Randolph

Girls Varsity Bowling beat Scottsboro 839-778 and Lee 839 -821

Wednesday, December 6, 2017 4:15 PM Randolph School AWAY 839 Scottsboro High School HOME 778 Meet Recap The girls bowl a tri-match versus Lee and Scottsboro. First up against Scottsboro. Trailing after team match 517 to 500, the girls had a quick meeting to discuss what needed to be had to win the area match.

Girls Varsity Bowling beat Scottsboro High School 870-717

Monday, December 4, 2017 4:30 PM Randolph School AWAY 870 Scottsboro High School HOME 717 Meet Recap Raiders traveled to Scottsboro to take on the Wildcats. The girls had a great start in the team match taking the lead 568 to 478. In that match Ava Bryant and Ruby Jones had their high games of

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

Fall Athletic Awards

Randolph Fall athletes were recognized today during community time.  Congrats to all the players and teams on an outstanding season!  Go Raiders! Cheer Leadership – Margaret Bryant Best All-Around – Elizabeth Evans Best Tumbler – Katherine Jones    Cross Country Boys Pillar Award – Esper Chao Most Improved Award – Evan Devine Performance Award –