Randolph School Girls Varsity Soccer

  • Overall Record: 12 - 5 - 1
  • Conference Record: 4 - 1

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Upper School Awards Program

This past Friday the Randolph School held their annual Upper School Awards Program.  Each year three 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 AHSAA’s Bryant-Jordan Student-Athlete Award recognizes two high school seniors from each

Raider Katey Ann Klingel named to Allstate All-Americans

Allstate Reveals The Remaining 100 Elite High School Soccer Players Officially Named As Allstate All-Americans Congrats to Junior Katey Ann Klingel, seelcted to the Allstate All-Americans! Head Varsity Girls Soccer Coach had this to say, “Katey Ann had a great season for us this year. After having multiple knee surgeries and not playing travel soccer

Spring Athletic Awards

Randolph Spring athletes were recognized today during community time. Congrats to all the players and teams on an outstanding season! Softball Most Valuable Player Joanna Vega Pillar Award Emma Nordeman Coaches Award Xiara Bansk (Not Pictured) Tennis Girls Most Outstanding Player Alana Boyce Leadership Award Ji Soo Kim Boys Pillar Award Sean Davis Most Valuable Player

Varsity Soccer Heads to Round 3

Varsity Girls Soccer traveled to Buckhorn on Tuesday for Round 2 of the State Playoffs. The girls fought hard throughout the game.  Sarah Kate Mitchell (8th Grade), converted a chance to put Raiders up 1-0 in the first half. The second half Buckhorn started to improve and the game got even tighter. Senior Renae Washburn dribbled past

VG Soccer on to Round 2

The Varsity Girls soccer had no trouble advancing to Round 2 by defeating Hazel Green 4-0.   Goals by Mary Coomer, Sarah Kate Mitchell and 2 for Katey Ann Klingel. Raiders will travel to Buckhorn for Round 2 on Tuesday, April 30 at 5:30 #GoRaiders #Playoffs  View photos in Vidigami  

Varisty Soccer end regular season with Senior Night

Last night the Randolph Varsity Boys Soccer Team had their final regular season home game.  This game is always our Senior Night, a night to reflect back and thank the seniors for all that they have sacrificed and accomplished during their careers.  The Class of 2019 is an incredibly special class and will go down as one of the

VG Soccer defeat Austin HS

Last night the Varsity Girl’s soccer team came into the game with a couple of pieces of adversity with injuries and sickness but they were able to fight hard and over come. Raiders came together as a team and put in a great performance against a good 7A team.  All players of all ages contributed

Spring Season games kick off this week

Randolph Varsity Spring teams are already well underway with practices and strength training. Spring season opening games begin this week.  The Raiders are all looking towards another great season.  Be sure to check the schedules and come out and support your teams!  #RaiseTheR Baseball The Randolph Raiders baseball team will usher in a new era for

Student Perspectives: Rose ’20 

Student Ambassador Rose ’20 shares what she sees as the benefits of extracurricular involvement. I never would have thought I’d be playing soccer back in 8th grade, but I tried out and fell in love with the sport. Ever since then, my love for soccer has increased. Playing soccer has improved my fitness as the

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