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Randolph Cross Country / 2018 AHSAA 5A Section 4 Sectionals

The Randolph Cross Country program competed Friday, November 2 at the 2018 edition of the AHSAA 5A Section 4 Sectionals hosted in Scottsboro, AL. Both the Raider teams were able to clinch a spot for the 2018 AHSAA XC State Championship!  View photos in the online gallery. (Photo Cred: Xing) The first race of the day

Friday Night Lights – Senior and Military Appreciation Night

The last regular season game is upon us, but for a fourth year in a row your Randolph Raiders (6-3, 5-2) will be playing in the AHSAA postseason once again. Our opponent and location of the game won’t be certain until after the regular season concludes this week, but plan on following the Raiders somewhere

North Alabama Swim and Dive Championship

At the North Alabama Swim and Dive Championship Meet this past Saturday, Randolph came in 7th place out of twenty-two teams. The girls were 9th out of twenty-two teams, with the boys placing 4th out of twenty teams. Congratulations to the fifteen swimmers for such a showing. Best times of the season were made by

Scottsboro Last Chance Invitational

The Randolph Cross Country program competed this Thursday, October 25 at the 2018 edition of the Scottsboro Last Chance Invitational in Scottsboro, AL. It was another wet and chilly day for the Randolph teams, but spirits were high and Hawaiian rolls were abundant. Both teams took the precursor to Sectionals seriously, evidenced by the large

Buckhorn Double Dual Meet

Randolph Swim and Dive Team had twelve swimmers participate in the Buckhorn Double Dual Meet at Alabama A&M last night. The swimmers were Mary Coomer, Sydney Scoggins, Kelli Janssen, Emily Eichstaedt, Matthew Tao, Jackson Rogers, Josey Fann, Sophie Maurer, Ryan McNeill, Aayushi Patel, Sasha Young, and Victor Balch. Mary Coomer(200 Free), Emily Eichstaedt(200 IM), Ryan

#WhyRandolph – 2018 Special Olympics

Mrs. Ragsdale and her 8th graders made Randolph proud yesterday as they escorted and assisted the athletes in the Special Olympics.  This extraordinary event is not only beneficial to the athletes involved, but also the volunteers, as our students were able to practice empathy and service to our community. It also provided our students the

Raider named to the 1st Team ROLEX All-American Team

Michaela Morard ’20 has been named to the 1st Team ROLEX All-American Team. Morard is a six-time AJGA champion with two of her victories coming in 2018 at the Randy Wise Junior Open and the AJGA Girls Championship. The University of Alabama verbal commit broke the latter’s scoring record by three strokes. Morard ended the

Its Homecoming week, get excited!!

Raider Sydney Scoggins ’19 talked with her fellow seniors this week on what homecoming meant to them. Sydney Scoggins My favorite part about homecoming week is the dress up days. It’s a chance for the seniors to go all out and dress for the themes one last time. The homecoming pep rally is always so

Liz Hurley Ribbon Run 5k

Congrats to all who sweated it out at the 15th annual “Liz Hurley Ribbon Run 5k” Saturday under the once again rainy conditions.  Raiders all worked hard to achieve your racing goals all while helping the Liz Hurley Breast Cancer Fund reach their goals. We are very proud of our team and families for running and

Difference-Maker: Mark Salster, more than a coach

We have a number of Randolph employees whose work makes a difference to the quality of the School environment and the student experience. Mark Salster, Director of Facilities and Grounds, is one of Randolph’s Difference-Makers. What do you do? Byron [Hulsey, Former Head of School] described me as “The Doer.” Whatever the request or task,