Randolph School Varsity Softball

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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

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

Joanna Vega Pitches Shutout Game, PJPII Falls To Randolph

Joanna Vega shut down St. John Paul II, throwing a complete game shutout and leading Randolph School Raiders Varsity to a 10-0 victory on Monday. Raiders fired up the offense in the first inning. Emma Nordeman hit into a fielder’s choice, scoring one run.  A single by Mary Bragg in the first inning was a positive for

Randolph Softball Invitational a success!

Thanks to all the parents that worked so hard on helping make the 2019 Randolph Invitational a success. Thank you for running the scoreboard and supplying food for the coaches and umpires. We never fail to receive positive comments from the coaches and umpires about the food in the Hospitality Room. I received a text

Randolph Softball Invitational Raiders vs Mae Jemison

Raiders Varsity Softball Overcomes Mae Jemison In Face Off Early 5-Run Inning Mae Jemison scored five runs in the third inning, but Randolph still won 14-6 on Friday. Both pitching staffs had their hands full, frequently dealing with runners on base. Randolph collected six hits and Mae Jemison had six. Raiders put up nine runs

Varsity Softball win on the road against Mae Jemison

An early lead helped Randolph defeat Mae Jemison 12-8 on Thursday.  Raiders scored on a single by Emma Gold, a groundout by Joanna Vega, a single by Madisen Murphy, a single by Claire Couvillon, a single by Eliana Horowitz, and an error in the second inning. Raiders collected 11 hits and Mae Jemison had eight