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New Balance Indoor Nationals

Zach Takacs ’23 ran a 4:29.61 at AHSAA 4A-5A Indoor State, earning 3rd place in State as a freshman. At the time, it was the 4th fastest time for a freshman in the nation for the 1600 meter distance!! He qualified for New Balance Indoor Nationals in NYC, and would have run the mile. But unfortunately the

Albertville Kickoff Meet

Raiders are off to a great start! Randolph boys won the Albertville Kickoff Meet last night and the girls finished runner-up in a field of 15 teams – great job! View full results. Next meet is the Huntsville Panther Invite on Mar 14. Placing in the top 8 and scoring points tonight: Hye Rhee Kim, 8th,

Raiders Varsity Baseball Claims Lead In Fifth Inning To Defeat Lee

Randolph stole the lead late and defeated Lee 8-4 on Wednesday. The game was tied at two with Raiders batting in the bottom of the fifth when Alex Roberson singled on a 0-1 count, scoring one run. Raiders got things moving in the first inning, when Miles Butler doubled on a 0-1 count, scoring one run. Randolph notched five runs in the

Raiders open their season with a win

The Randolph Varsity Boys soccer team were finally able to kick off their season last night at Sparkman High School.  After having the first four games of the season postponed due to weather the boys were ready to get the season going.  The team looked ready and controlled most of the possession throughout the game.  It

2019-20 Athletic Winter Awards

The winter season had some great success, some star performers, some new head coaches planting the seeds to build strong programs and overall a lot for us all to be proud of. Congrats Raiders! #RaiseTheR Basketball Boys Team Captain – Ian Emerson Offensive Player of the Year – Curtis Cooper Defensive Player of the Year –

Raiders Varsity Baseball Claims Victory Over Brewer in Blow-Out Fashion, 12-2

Randolph had everything working on Monday, winning big over Brewer 12-2. Raiders got things started in the first inning.  Raiders scored two runs when Alex Roberson homered. Miles Butler was the winning pitcher for Randolph. He lasted three innings, allowing zero hits and zero runs while striking out six and walking zero. Major Dwyer and Frederick Wessel entered the game out of the