Randolph School Varsity Baseball

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2019-20

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Raider selected to the 1st AL.com All-State High School Baseball ‘Terrific 20’

No state champions were crowned on the field in 2020 due to the pandemic. Most teams played less than 20 games. For that reason, the Alabama Sports Writers Association decided not to vote on an All-State team this year. However, AL.com wanted to honor deserving athletes despite the shortened season. In an effort to do that, we

AL.com announces their 2020 All-Huntsville Baseball ‘Terrific 20’

    Despite the shortened sports season, AL.com wanted to honor multiple student-athletes across the state. Congrats to #23 Miles Butler 20′ selected to the “Terrific 20” and #8 Frederick Wessel 22′ selected to “The Next 20”. Great job Raiders! Read more on al.com

Randolph Baseball Seniors – Class of 2020

Coach’s quote: “Zach always had his nose to the grindstone working on his baseball craft.  He was so easy to coach because he was always willing to put in the time and effort to get better.  He was steady, reliable, and a joy to have in the program.” Coach Flowers Auburn University Coach’s quote: “Miles is a 4-year varsity

Raider Nation: Help us honor our Spring Senior Student-Athletes

Randolph Athletics will be honoring our Spring Senior Student-Athletes starting on Monday, April 27, and we need you to help us spread the love!  One sport will be highlighted each day of the week and follow the schedule below. These Raiders will be featured on Instagram, Twitter, and the Digital Sign on Garth Campus.  Feel free to leave your congrats in

Raiders Varsity Baseball Claims Lead In Fifth Inning To Defeat Lee

Randolph stole the lead late and defeated Lee 8-4 on Wednesday. The game was tied at two with Raiders batting in the bottom of the fifth when Alex Roberson singled on a 0-1 count, scoring one run. Raiders got things moving in the first inning, when Miles Butler doubled on a 0-1 count, scoring one run. Randolph notched five runs in the

Raiders Varsity Baseball Claims Victory Over Brewer in Blow-Out Fashion, 12-2

Randolph had everything working on Monday, winning big over Brewer 12-2. Raiders got things started in the first inning.  Raiders scored two runs when Alex Roberson homered. Miles Butler was the winning pitcher for Randolph. He lasted three innings, allowing zero hits and zero runs while striking out six and walking zero. Major Dwyer and Frederick Wessel entered the game out of the

Spring Season Preview

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 program returns with an experienced roster and a whole new

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

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

Randolph Clings to Victory against Lee

Despite seeing its six-run lead whittled down by the end, Randolph School Raiders Varsity still held off Lee for a 10-9 victory on Wednesday.  Lee scored five runs in the failed comeback. Both pitching staffs had their hands full, frequently dealing with runners on base.  Raiders collected seven hits and Lee had 11. Lee took