Randolph School Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 3 - 0
  • Conference Record: 2 - 0

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Art comes to Athletics

Celebrate National Arts Week Randolph School once again served as a hub for the Huntsville community in celebrating National Arts in Education Week this September, 2018. In our second year, we feature Broadway’s longest running Phantom Franc D’Ambrosio for a night of Broadway music, 3D chalkvisual artist Tracy Lee Stum, and musical artists of Jazz

Killen and Dylan

Randolph is fortunate to have some great coaches throughout the school’s 27 varsity teams. There are a few specific qualities in addition to the standard ones that make for a great coaching fit at Randolph. According to Director of Athletics, Blake Davenport, “Beyond having great coaches, a goal at a school the size of Randolph

2018 Blue Crew Kickoff Event

  Kindergarten through Second Grade Our BLUE CREW event will still take place on Monday August 27 at 5:30pm.  View photos in the online gallery and vidigami. Please make plans to meet the 2018 Randolph Varsity Football Team! You are invited to join the Varsity Football team for a hot dog cookout in the Garth Campus

Football 101 a big success!

On Monday Head Football Coach Blake Killen held a Moms Football Clinic at Garth Campus.  Along with his staff the coaches covered all the basics for your football player. In the classroom Coach Killen covered Core Values; Selflessness, Work Ethic, Respect and Integrity.  He also went over the AHSAA rules for this season.  Coach Killen and

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

Thoughts from the Sideline

With a new head coach at the helm, here are his thoughts on the summer workouts and the upcoming season for Raider Football. How are the summer workouts going? Coach Killen: They are going pretty well. June has been kind of a crazy month with basketball and other sports having play dates, but everyone has been here when

Blake Killen Named New Randolph Football Head Coach

Randolph School is pleased to announce that Blake Killen will serve as head coach of the Randolph varsity football program. Director of Athletics Blake Davenport says, “When the head coach position recently became available, my immediate objective was to find someone who could sustain the momentum that our football program has been building for the