Randolph School Boys Varsity Swim and Dive

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Private School Swim & Dive Meet

In a Dual Meet against Whitesburg Christian Academy, Madison Academy, St. John Paul II, and Westminster Christian Academy, Randolph’s boys fared quite well scoring four team victories. The swimmers were Victor Balch, Andrew Derrick, Simon Krasnow, Jack Maurer, Ryan McNeill, Alexander Minchenko, Jackson Rogers, Pong Somboon, Pun Somboon, Matthew Tao, Ethan Wan, Quinn Zalamea, and

Sprint Invitational Swim & Dive Meet

Randolph’s divers and swimmers performed really well in the Huntsville High Sprint Meet. They dove and swam against ten other teams from the North Alabama area. Raider Nation should be quite proud of their divers and swimmers. In the 1 meter Diving, four female divers dove. Anna Cate Goodson placed 1st, Mallory Holland placed 5th,

2020 National Merit Scholarship Program

Students from all over Alabama were named semifinalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program. Nationally, 16,000 semifinalists were selected in the 65th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. The high school seniors now have the opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,600 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $31 million.  Read more on al.com We’re

Raider swim team start their season in Cullman at the Triple Dual Meet

Randolph swimmers started their season off with a bang. They swam in Cullman at the Triple Dual Meet against Cullman, Buckhorn, and Gadsden. Many swimmers swam a personal best time which included some Sectional Cuts and State Times.  Swimmers who swam in this meet were: Seniors- Emily Eichstaedt (Best Time 50 Fly), Becca Fritz (Best

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

Swim and Dive State Meet

Randolph’s swimmers and divers performed extremely well at the State Swim and Dive Meet last weekend in Auburn. This was their first time to compete in the 6A-7A Division.  Our swimmers swam with gusto and our divers dove with precision. Our female divers that placed in the finals were Anna Cate Goodson and Mallory Holland. 

Swim and Dive Sectionals

Outstanding effort was given by Randolph’s swimmers and divers at Sectionals this past weekend. The girls came in 7th place out of 16 teams and the boys came in 6th place out of 14 teams. All sixteen swimmers and three divers made it possible for Randolph to compete with 6A-7A schools. Congratulations and be proud

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