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


Wednesday, December 6, 2017

4:15 PM

Randolph School
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839
Scottsboro High School
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778

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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. After the first baker game the girls cut into the lead by 5 pins. After bowling the second baker game the girls took the lead and did not look back winning the match 839 to 778.

The match against Lee was was very close after the team event with the Raiders leading 500 to 466. The first baker match the girls added to the lead 104 to 102. Lee cut the lead to 19 pins after the second game. The girls kept the last baker game close with Lee up 120 to 119. The Raiders won the match 839 to 821

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Girls Varsity Bowling · Girls Varsity Bowling beat Scottsboro High School 870-717


Monday, December 4, 2017

4:30 PM

Randolph School
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870
Scottsboro High School
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717

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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 the season. After the baker matches the final score was 870 to 717

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Multiple Teams · Randolph School Boys Varsity Basketball beat Skyline High School 73-67


Friday, November 17, 2017

7:30 PM

Randolph School
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73
Skyline High School
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67

Game Recap

Great start to the season for Coach Bunnell and his Raiders! Gutsy TEAM win by our Varsity Boys. A lot to work on, but 1-0 is better than 0-1! Boys Basketball went up on the mountain and swept Skyline!

Randolph (1-0,0-0). Will Griffin led with 28 points. Graham Copeland had 23. Blake Mitchell added 12 rebounds for Randolph.

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Boys Varsity Bowling · Randolph Boys Varsity Bowling falls to Grissom 1478-851


Wednesday, November 15, 2017

4:00 PM

Randolph School
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851
Virgil I Grissom High School
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1478

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The boys took on Grissom at Plamor Lanes in an area match. The boys faced a very experienced boys team. Grissom led after the team game 989 to 545. The baker games Grissom scored 223 to 113, 135 to 75 and 131 to 118. The boys showed improvement from Monday. The boys record is not 0 and 2.

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Girls Varsity Bowling · Randolph Girls Varsity Bowling falls to Grissom 886-716


Wednesday, November 15, 2017

4:00 PM

Randolph School
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716
Virgil I Grissom High School
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886

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Tonight the girls took on Grissom at Plamor Lanes in an area match. The girls started off the team game keeping it close until UAB signee bowled several strikes in a row to allow Grissom to pull away 579 to 420 going into the baker games.

First baker game both teams tied at 102. The second game Grissom took 118 to 90. The third game Randolph won 104 to 87. The final score was Grissom 886 to 716.

The girls record is now 1 and 2 with area record of 1 and 1.

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Boys Varsity Bowling · Randolph School Boys Varsity Bowling falls to Lee High School 1022-788


Monday, November 13, 2017

4:30 PM

Randolph School
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788
Lee High School
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1022

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The boys took on Lee High School as well. The starting lineup consisted of Matthew Baldone, Michael Wolfe, Michael Conrad, Patrick Ahearn and Sam Becdach. Lee took the lead after the team game 662 to 488. The first baker Lee won 116 to 91, the second 126 to 113 and 118 to 96. The final total was Lee 1022 to Randolph 788. The boys record is 0 and 1(Area 0 – 1)

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Girls Varsity Bowling · Randolph School Girls Varsity Bowling beat Lee High School 761-655


Monday, November 13, 2017

4:30 PM

Randolph School
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761
Lee High School
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655

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Tonight the girls took on Lee High School at Pin Palace. The starting lineup consist of Ruby Claire Jones, Ava Bryant, Kyleigh Osborn, Maggie Larsen and Rose Naderi. After the team match the girls led the match 488 to 419. After the first baker game Lee could into the lead 97 to 94. The second game the Raiders bowl 79 to Lee’s 58. The girls bowl 100 to 81 in the third game to win the match 761 to 655.

The girls are now have an overall record of 1 and 1 ( 1-0 in the area)

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Multiple Teams · Randolph Varsity Football beat D.A.R. 34-21


Friday, October 20, 2017

7:00 PM

Randolph School
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34
D.A.R.
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21

Game Recap

Raiders beat DAR, now 6-2 overall and 4-1 in Region play. Raiders take on Sardis this Friday for Homecoming. Home field playoff spot on the line.

View photos in the Vidigami Slideshow

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Multiple Teams · Randolph Varsity Football beat North Jackson 21-7


Friday, October 6, 2017

7:00 PM

Randolph School
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21
North Jackson H.S.
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7

Game Recap

On Friday October 6th, the Randolph Raider Football team made history, yet again.  The Raiders punched their 3rd consecutive ticket to the post season with a 21-7 win over North Jackson. The win over the Chiefs was the first in school history. The Raiders (4-2,3-1) got off to a slow start in the first half with their only points coming from a 37-yard TD reception by Sam Kimel. The Raiders trailed 7-6 at the break, only to come alive in the 2nd half. Kimel rushed for a pair of TD’s of 11 and 82 yards, while the defense managed to shut down the Chiefs offense. The Raiders defense gave up only 120 yards on the ground for the night while Jackson Vest and Reed Thurman combined for 24 tackles.

A few Raider seniors and Coach Flanagan commented on what it feels like to be in the post season 3 years in a row.

“It was huge for the program. This is a tight knit senior class I am a part of and we want everyone to remember what we have done on the field. Getting in 3 years in a row is just adding to the culture we have strived to create since Coach Flanagan started here, and I am so blessed to be a part of it” – Jackson Vest

“It was a great team win; every player did great at doing their job and playing for the team. Being on the first team to go to the playoffs ever and then going the past two years is a special feeling. It feels like a start of a tradition for the program.”- Levon Fletcher

“There’s no better feeling than making it to the playoffs, especially when we punched our ticket with a huge win over one of the strongest football programs in the state. Being in the playoffs 3 years in a row is something special that many people never get to experience, but it has now become a standard for our football program. This team is special and we’re gonna keep doing things that many people never imagined we ever could.” Brad Layton

“It has been a really awesome experience watching my class grow and come together to accomplish our goal each year of making the playoffs which has made it almost a standard for our program. As Coach Flanagan always says, dominate the day and we will like where we end up.”- Colton Scoggins

“I am just very happy and proud of our guys. I’m happy they get to experience this win, and experience another post season. A lot of guys will get the glory for tonight, but this was an overall team win. Every single person on that sideline and field played a part this week. We gave up our fall break to practice and prepare for this game. It was a team win. I have been very blessed to be here as the head coach for 3 years and be a part of this. A lot of other coaches and players laid the foundation for what we have been able to do. We have made huge strides in our football program and every bit of credit goes to those kids on the field and the assistant coaches we have. They have bought in and done everything we have asked them to do. I am just blessed to be a part of it.  We are not done yet.” – Coach Flanagan

 The Raiders will have a bye week this week before facing off with D.A.R.  October 20th.
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Multiple Teams · Randolph School Girls Varsity Volleyball falls to Westminster Christian Academy High School 3-1


Tuesday, September 19, 2017

5:30 PM

Randolph School
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1
Westminster
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3

Game Recap

April Harriman led with 6 kills. Nayana Vuppala led with 4 blocks. LK Dodd led with 18 digs followed by Crosby Loftin with 11. Annie Gold had 14 assists.

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Randolph School
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25
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Westminster Christian Academy
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