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14th Annual Run in the Mud a huge success!

View photos online and many more in Vidigami. (Photo Cred Tomlinson and Xing) The Randolph Cross Country program competed this past Tuesday, September 18 at the 2018 edition of the Randolph Cross Country Classic (aka the Run in the Mud) at UAH.  More than 50 schools were entered in the 14th edition of the Mud

Cross Country open up their season at the Twilight XC Classic

Take a bunch of soccer fields and turn it into a cross country course for the evening and you get the Memphis Twilight XC Classic. The Randolph cross country programs traveled to Memphis to compete in this race. This huge race had competing schools from Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Tennessee, and of course Alabama! 

What does the new Competitive Balance rule mean for Randolph?

As another school year gets under way and Fall season kicks off, some may ask, what is the new competitive balance rule.  The info below will help you better understand what is in store for your Raiders. AHSAA Reclassification In the mandated points system, private schools earn one point for a quarterfinal appearance, two points for

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 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 recognized at the end of the year awards ceremony today

Today Randolph held their annual Upper School Awards Program.  Each year 3 athletic awards are given out for excellence on and off the field.  Below are remarks from Athletic Director Blake Davenport from today’s ceremony. AHSAA BRYANT-JORDAN STUDENT ATHLETE AWARD The Alabama High School Athletic Association’s Bryant-Jordan Scholar-Athlete Award focuses on a combination of the

Signing Day for Raiders

Today the Randolph Community celebrated the decisions by three senior student-athletes. Their determination and dedication in the classroom and on the field, track, trail and in the pool have led them to this day and the opportunity to further their education and athletic endeavors beyond high school.  We are honored to celebrate with each one of

Raiders make All State!

Congratulations to three very deserving and great young men! Meet the 2017 Super All-State Cross Country Team – Congrats Matthew Estopinal ( 4A runner-up (16:07.59) and ran 15:52.10 to win Huntsville Metro championship)! Read more on al.com We couldn’t be prouder of #1 Sam Kimel and #11 Levon Fletcher for being named to the 2017 ASWA All-State

Fall Athletic Awards

Randolph Fall athletes were recognized today during community time.  Congrats to all the players and teams on an outstanding season!  Go Raiders! Cheer Leadership – Margaret Bryant Best All-Around – Elizabeth Evans Best Tumbler – Katherine Jones    Cross Country Boys Pillar Award – Esper Chao Most Improved Award – Evan Devine Performance Award –

Girls Cross Country bring home the Blue Map

We are still reeling from the rollercoaster ride that was yesterday’s state cross country championships.  It is bitter sweet that yesterday has come and gone in that we couldn’t wait for those 2 races to start, but when they were over it was hard to believe that the season was over and we have to