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Track & Field Girls take 1st, Boys 4th in the Mike Spann Invitational

Raiders had an outstanding result at this years Mike Spann Invitational in Winfield, Ala. Big Congrats to Randolph girls winning first place and the boys taking 4th. Congrats to Faith Davis, awarded Most Valuable Athlete of the Invite.  Great job Raiders! View Full Results Top 10 honors Ariana Smartt, 10th, 200 Faith Davis, 1st, 400 Kylie

Track and Field Bob Jones Meet

Lots of great results from yesterdays meet at Bob Jones. Anahita Maleknia set a new personal best, 29’-5.5” for the girls shot put!  Two school records were set.  Kelly Hay set a new Randolph School record in boys pole vault 12’-03”.  And Will Kessler set a school record in the 110 hurdles.  Great job Raiders! Follow

Track & Field Huntsville Metro Championship

Raiders competed this week at the Huntsville Metro Championships. Congrats to Lauren Kronk, who threw 71-1 in the javelin and qualified for New Balance Outdoor Nationals, Kelly Hay, who tied the meet record and the official school record in pole vault, set in the late 80s/early 90s, he also won the event, and to Kylie

Randolph Track & Field Results from the Mustang Invitational

Congrats to Jackie Howse 23′! Jackie ran a time in the 3200 today that will qualify him for junior high New Balance Nationals in June. Top 10 Results |  View Full Results | View photos on Vidigami  Kelly Hay, PV, 2nd Anahita Maleknia, discus, 5th Maggi Peyton, HJ, 9th Jace Crisler, HJ, 9th Josh Eastin, LJ,

JH Track Meet at James Clemons

Raiders scoring in the top 10: Sydney Clary, 9th, PV Lauren Kronk, 10th, PV Maggi Peyton, 8th, HJ Grace Stucky, 4th, 1600 Caroline Ayers, 6th, 1600 Rachna Ghanta, 7th, 1600 Sydney Clary, 10th, 1600 Zach Takacs, 1st, 1600 Kylie Meyer, 3rd, 400 Kylie Meyer, 4th, 100H Sydney Clary, 8th, 800 Rachna Ghanta, 9th, 800 Caroline Ayers,

Raider Track and Field open their season at the Red Coat Meet

With 34 combined events (only 4x4s not entered), Randolph was in 4th place (out of 18 schools), behind 3 7A schools: Bob Jones with 238, James Clemens with 183.5, Huntsville with 119, then Raiders with 107.5. Great first meet to all who competed!  View photos in Vidigami (photo cred: Xing)  Placing in top 10 Faith Davis, 3rd, HJ Kelly Hay,

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

Raider competing at New Balance Outdoors “Junior High Mile”

Meet Eric Xing ‘22. He is a rising freshman for the 2018-19 school year at Randolph.  He qualified and ran at the AHSAA 4A State Cross Country Championships in November 2017 as an 8th grader.  Eric ran a 17:52.87 for the 5k cross country distance, which was a personal record.  He finished as the 4th place finisher for the

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