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Cross Country Team Bonding Excursion

Raiders had a blast “Floatin Down the Flint” this past week at their team bonding event.   This was a great way to end the summer practices! The team is now looking forward to another great season.  Thanks to Scott Ammons and crew of N.A.C.K. Later that evening the XC Juniors and Seniors helped plan the 2018 XC Season & Meets!  So

Thoughts from the Court

Randolph is excited to welcome back to the court our very own Coach Emerson.  Coach Emerson coached the Varsity Volleyball team at Randolph 2009-2014 with 2 Final 4 appearances.  Let’s get her thoughts on taking over this team and her upcoming season. How are summer workouts going? The girls have put in a lot of

Raider Athletic Physicals

Athletic Physicals By SportsMED –  18-19 AHSAA Physical Form When:  Saturday, August 4th     Where:  SportsMED  4715 Whitesburg Dr.  Huntsville, AL 35802 Time:  8:00 am – 10:00 am Cost: $10 cash or check only.  Money collected will be returned to each school as an athletic fundraiser. Can’t make the August 4th? TOC are hosting physicals on Aug 11 from 8:00-10:00

Thoughts from the Kick Line

The Randolph Dance Team is very excited for the upcoming season.  The dance team is entering their 3rd season this year.  After losing only one senior last year, Sara Laine ’18 to the University of Alabama Dance Team, we will have our largest squad to date with 19 dancers. We have nine new freshman girls that will dance with

UPDATE: Michaela wins Back to back AGA titles & qualifies for JR Championship

  Michaela Morard of Huntsville and Mychael O’Berry of Hoover tied for medalist honors with scores of even-par 70. Michaela’s round included three birdies while O’Berry had two. They both secured their places in the 70th U.S. Girls Junior Championship.  Read more on Alabama Golf.  Read more on al.com This Raider has not slowed down at all

Thoughts from the Finish Line

With such a young team this season, let’s get Coach Twig’s thoughts on the summer workouts and the upcoming season. How are the summer workouts going? The training seems to be going well.  It seems like the majority of the athletes are really buying into the plan and getting their mileage done so far during this

Raiders on the top of their game this summer

Raider soccer player Katey Ann Klingel ’20  participated in the Elite Club National League Women’s Championship Tournament in Seattle this past week. Her team (made up of girls from Alabama, Georgia, and Florida) was one of four teams representing the Southeast Conference. They were also ranked 12th in the Nation. Only the top clubs in ECNL

All-State Golfer Michaela Morard named to the USA Today All-USA Second Team

Raider Michaela Morard has been selected to the USA Today All-USA Second team.  She shot a state-record 8-under-par in the first round of the Alabama Class 4A-5A state tournament in May, but her two-round total of 137 was only good for second place.  Read more on USA Today Michaela was also selected to the 2018

Randolph announces new Head Coach for the Baseball Program

We are thrilled to announce that JD Flowers will serve as head coach of the Randolph baseball program. Coach Flowers comes to Randolph from Freed-Hardeman University (FHU) in Henderson, Tennessee, where as an assistant coach he has been part of a complete turn-around of a perennial last-place team, helping lead the Lions to conference titles

Why Multi-Sport Athletes – Sam Kimel ’18

Congrats to graduate Sam Kimel, selected Huntsville top male athlete. Sam was the ultimate puzzle piece – a player who could be plugged in at seemingly any position in two sports. Read more on al.com – ‘Unbelievable to watch’: Huntsville top male athlete Sam Kimel was definition of versatile By Daniel Boyette Sam has signed to play