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Last Chance Swim Meet

The Randolph Swim and Dive Team swam/dove extremely well at the Last Chance Meet. Our divers placed first in their diving categories. Anna Cate Goodson performed eleven dives and David Clary performed six dives. Congratulations on hitting those dives and we are looking forward to seeing you dive at Sectionals. Three of our swimmers qualified

Raiders wrapping up regular fall season and looking towards Playoffs and State

Football Raiders wrapped up their regular season last Friday night with a victory.  With the leadership of the teams eight seniors, #18 Luke Alison, #21 Rhett Block, #2 Graham Copeland, #53 Chase Hammett, #52 Winston Kelly, #13 JB Stockton, #76 David Strickland, and #55 Fletcher Wilson, Randolph finished their regular season with a 7-3 record,

North Alabama Swim and Dive Championship

At the North Alabama Swim and Dive Championship Meet this past Saturday, Randolph came in 7th place out of twenty-two teams. The girls were 9th out of twenty-two teams, with the boys placing 4th out of twenty teams. Congratulations to the fifteen swimmers for such a showing. Best times of the season were made by

Buckhorn Double Dual Meet

Randolph Swim and Dive Team had twelve swimmers participate in the Buckhorn Double Dual Meet at Alabama A&M last night. The swimmers were Mary Coomer, Sydney Scoggins, Kelli Janssen, Emily Eichstaedt, Matthew Tao, Jackson Rogers, Josey Fann, Sophie Maurer, Ryan McNeill, Aayushi Patel, Sasha Young, and Victor Balch. Mary Coomer(200 Free), Emily Eichstaedt(200 IM), Ryan

Grissom Invitational

Despite the fact that Randolph’s swimmers and divers were out of the water over Fall Break, several athletes placed in the top eight, made a 6A-7A State Cut/Sectional Cut, and swam a best time or close to it last night in the Grissom Invitational Swim and Dive Meet. Congratulations to our swimmers and divers for

Raiders with a super showing at the Panther Invitational

Randolph’s Swim and Dive Team had a super showing at the Panther Invitational Swim and Dive Meet last Thursday night.  We had six  swimmers, six relays , and three divers place in the top eight.  Cal Shockley and Ethan Wan swam their first individual 6A-7A State Cuts of the season.  Several swimmers swam their best

Swim and Dive first meet at the Private School Invitational

Randolph’s Swim and Dive Team out did themselves last night in a meet against four other private schools in Madison. There were many personal best times of the season, along with more 6A-7A Sectional cuts made. Our three divers dove in their first high school competition and did it with a lot of confidence. All

Raider Swim open at Triple Dual Meet

Randolph Swim and Dive Team had thirteen swimmers in the Cullman Triple Dual Meet on the 6th of September. Many swimmers swam personal best times, made Sectional Cuts, and a relay made a State Cut.  Fantastic job for the first meet of the season. Achieving best times were Abby Amis in the 50 fly and

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

Randolph announces new Head Coach for Swim and Dive

Randolph is excited to announce that Steve Shaw has returned to be the head coach of Randolph’s Swim and Dive team. “Family and swimming have always been so fulfilling for me,” says Coach Shaw who added, “Returning to Randolph as the swim and dive coach is simply coming home.” Steve was born and raised in