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Randolph Baseball Sees Their Bats Come Alive in Rout of Rival Roxbury

April 24, 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ- For the Randolph varsity baseball team, there is nothing like a game against rival and neighbor Roxbury to get everyone fired up and ready to play.  On Tuesday April 24, the Rams came out on fire from the first at bat, and didn’t quit until they had a 15-1 mercy rule victory over the Gaels.

“Any win we can get against Roxbury is a huge win,"  said ...

Doidge, Lopez Lead Randolph Baseball to Win in Morris County Tournament Opener

RANDOLPH, NJ- Behind the arm of pitcher Chris Doidge and the bat of catcher Elvis Lopez, the Randolph varsity baseball team took a closely played 2-1 victory over Morristown Beard in the opening  game of the Morris County Tournament on Saturday April 21.

The win pushed the Rams back over .500 on the season with a record of 4-3, and came less than 24 hours after they defeated Morris Knolls ...

Randolph Soccer Club 2018-19 Tryouts Begin Next Week

RAANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph Soccer Club is holding tryouts for the 2018-19 season (fall of 2018 & spring of 2019) starting the week of April 23.  For additional information, please visit RSC’s website (Click Here).

These tryouts will be for ages 8U – 15U (birth years 2011-2004) for full-year teams for both boys and girls.  Free online pre-registration is recommended ...

Randolph Baseball Endures Up and Down Start to Their 2018 Season

RANDOLPH, NJ- The 2018 season started with two straight wins for the Randolph varsity baseball team, however from there things got tough as three consecutive losses followed. 

Everything went right for the Rams in the season opener against Morris Catholic, which ended with a 9-0 victory for Randolph.

Nick Wekilsky led the charge on offense, collecting two singles while adding three ...

Randolph Boys Lacrosse Firing on All Cylinders With 5-0 Start to 2018 Season

RANDOLPH, NJ- Sparked by a season opening overtime win against neighbor Morris Knolls, the Randolph boys varsity lacrosse team has kept their groove going to the tune of a 5-0 record to begin the 2018 campaign.

“The team is feeling good, everyone is excited to start the season off on a good note,” said captain Max Pinilis.  “This whole team enjoys to work hard, which is ...

Randolph Softball Starts 2018 Strong With Contributions Coming From All Over The Field

RANDOLPH, NJ- While the air has remained cold so far this spring, the Randolph varsity softball team has warmed up just fine, jumping out to a 4-2 record to start their season.

“This team is very special, we have such great talent and when we are on watch out,” said coach Ashley Kanya.  “Each individual brings something to the team, and each game they all pick each other ...

Randolph Boys Lacrosse Team Returns Mostly Intact, Looks to Make a Run in 2018

RANDOLPH, NJ- Experience will not be in short supply for the 2018 Randolph boys lacrosse team, as the Rams will have returning starters in many positions on the field.  However, with most of the players on the roster having been on the varsity squad for a year or more, they know better than to take anything for granted.

“The team understands what is expected of them; come ready to ...

Randolph Girls Lacrosse Turns the Page to Start a New Chapter

RANDOLPH, NJ- For the past three seasons, the Randolph girls’ lacrosse team was led by two key players who made their presence felt on opposite ends of the field.  Now that all-time leading scorer TT Naslonski, and four-year starting goalie Sutton Todd have graduated, the Lady Rams will be searching for a new identity in 2018.

Fortunately, Coach Michelle Poole can turn to a core of ...

Randolph Softball Looks to Strong Core of Returners to Build On Successful 2017 Season

RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph softball team compiled a record of 15-7 in the 2017 season, finishing with their best performance since 2011.  With a strong core of returning starters on the squad this spring, the Lady Rams hope to make even more noise in their 2018 campaign. 

“I feel really good about our team this year, we have a lot of returning starters and everyone has been ...

Bill to Prohibit Children Under 12 From Tackle Football Advances in State Assembly

TRENTON, NJ -   A bill proposed which would prohibit children under the age of 12 from participating in tackle football in the New Jersey Assembly is beginning the path through the New Jersey Legislature.  The Bill  (A-3760) has been proposed by and is similar, but not identical, to bills proposed in New York, Maryland, Illinois and California, according to its sponsor, ...

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