Randolph School Boys Varsity Swim and Dive

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Swim and Dive open their season in Guntersville

Sixteen Raider swimmers competed in the Guntersville Wildcat Invitational Meet this past Saturday.  Out of fifteen teams, Randolph placed 2nd overall only behind Buckhorn. Our Raider women came in 3rd behind Buckhorn and Guntersville, while Randolph’s men came in 2nd behind Buckhorn. All swimmers swam exceptionally well. It was a great effort by all, with some achieving best

Raiders ready to kick off their Fall Season for 2020

Games beginning this Friday and Raiders are ready! We are excited about this year’s Varsity teams and look forward to a competitive season.  These athletes have put in a lot of hard work this summer and are Raider Ready and Raider Strong! Cheer The 2020-21 cheerleading season will kick off strong August 4th! The girls

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 –

Swim and Dive State Meet

Our nine swimmers scored in the top sixteen this weekend at the State Meet in Auburn. Our two divers scored in the top ten in diving. With the help of our divers, our girl’s team came in 18th out of thirty-two 6A-7A teams. The boy’s team came in 16th out of twenty-nine 6A-7A teams. In diving, Anna

Swim and Dive Sectionals

Randolph Swim and Dive Team was well represented at Sectionals in Huntsville. It was an outstanding meet for both our two divers and nineteen swimmers. Our women placed 8th out of eighteen teams in Division 6A-7A. Our men placed 6th out of fifteen teams in Division 6A-7A. This was no easy task. Their weeks of

James Clemens Invitational Swim Meet

Twenty swimmers swam last night in the James Clemens Invitational Meet in Madison. Despite the fact that it was extremely cold outside and quite cool inside, we had some personal best swims. They were Masie Cunha (50 Free), Greer Preston (50 Free), Andrew Derrick (50 and 100 Free), Paul Lee (50 Free and 100 Fly),

Raiders wrap up Fall season with some looking towards State

CHEER  This year’s cheerleaders worked very hard throughout the football season preparing for games, pep rallies, and competition. The girls were excited to be able to support the JV Football team as well as the Varsity team each week. They did an outstanding job at each of the pep rallies and performed their routines exceptionally.

North Alabama High School Swim and Dive Championship Meet

Twenty swimmers and two divers participated in the North Alabama High School Swim and Dive Championship Meet on Saturday at  The Huntsville Aquatic Center. Out of twenty-five teams Randolph placed 7th. The women were 6th and the men were 8th. Our only female diver, Anna Cate Goodson came in second in the 11 dive format.

Grissom Halloween Invitational Swim Meet

Congratulations to our divers and swimmers for such an outstanding performance at the Grissom Halloween Invitational on the 30th.  Randolph’s divers placed extremely well. Out of fourteen female divers, Anna Cate Goodson placed 1st, Mallory Holland 2nd, and Riley Sowash 7th. Our only male diver, Simon Krasnow, came in 12th out of twenty-four divers. They

Scottsboro High School Invitational Swim Meet

Last night thirty swimmers participated in the Scottsboro High School Invitational Swim Meet. There were eleven teams and Randolph came in fourth overall. The women came in third and the men came in fifth. Several swimmers placed in the top eight in their events. Other swimmers either swam a best time or came close to