Randolph School Boys Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 11 - 12
  • Conference Record: 5 - 5

2020-21

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Raiders Basketball Advances to Sweet 16

The Randolph Boys’ basketball program won their only Sub-Regional playoff game in school history back in 2011. In a game that came down to the last few seconds, the 2020-2021 team added to that win total last night in an intense victory on the road versus New Hope High School by a score of 60-58.

Raiders Headed to Area Championship Game after Overtime Win

A coin toss decided the venue for last night’s Area Tournament Semifinal between Randolph and St. John Paul II Catholic High School after the two teams split the series during the regular season. Each team won their game on the road, and the coin toss went the Falcons way, so the Raiders returned to the

Raiders show resilience in win over Woodville

“It was the best of times; it was the worst of times.” Charles Dickens could have easily summarized last night’s game this way. It was indeed a tale of two halves, but luckily the “best” came after the “worst.” The Raiders opened the game on TOC Court in a funk last night. The scoreboard showed

Raiders win first area game in overtime

Randolph traveled to JPII on Tuesday for their first area game this season.  After a hard fought battle the Raiders were able to come out on top to defeat the Falcons 60-57 in overtime. “I was very proud of how our team played vs. JPII to go 1-0 in Area play. It was a complete

Raiders return from the road with a win

Raiders traveled to Woodville this past Friday to take on the Panthers at home.  Raiders get the win by a score of 44-32! “ I was very pleased to our preparation and approach to this game after a 14 day quarantine. Our guys were focused and competitive for the entire game. We started the game great making

Winter Season Kickoff

BASKETBALL Boys “ We are looking forward to a very exciting basketball season. These young men had a very productive summer and fall. This group will play with a great deal of energy, excitement and toughness. We will be under sized, but hopefully will make up for the lack of size with our effort and

2019-20 Athletic Winter Awards

The winter season had some great success, some star performers, some new head coaches planting the seeds to build strong programs and overall a lot for us all to be proud of. Congrats Raiders! #RaiseTheR Basketball Boys Team Captain – Ian Emerson Offensive Player of the Year – Curtis Cooper Defensive Player of the Year –

Raider hits $10K Half Court Shot

Last night between the boys and girls varsity games, one of Randolph’s proud sponsors,  Bridgeworth Financial shared a passion with the Randolph School for the fine folks at The Huntsville Inner City Learning Center.  The Learning Center is a student enrichment program that provides after school tutoring, mentoring and youth development to K-8th grade students who live in the Huntsville inner city area.  Randolph has had

Raiders bring the Neon!

It’s hard to believe, but Hoopcoming Weekend is here! A new addition to Hoopcoming this year is Randolph’s first ever Blacklight Pep Rally that was held Thursday night for 5-12th grade students. From concept to execution, the Student Government Association worked to create this fun experience. Raiders had a GLOWING presentation of our basketball teams, cheer squads (MS

Raiders beat Holly Pond in OT

Brother vs Brother (Head Coaches) turned out be an incredible game!  Randolph beats Holly Pond 52-49 in Overtime!  New varsity boys head coach, Mike Morris, took on his Alma Mater who is coached by his brother Mitch.   This could be the start of what is sure to become a sibling rivalry. Curtis Cooper ties it up 43-43. :03.7