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  • Boys Lacrosse wins @ Millburn, 9-5, on Monday, May 20, bringing season record to 10-6
  • Girls Lacrosse beats Westfield, 15-10, on Saturday, May 18,, bringing season record to 7-10
  • Baseball loses @ Chatham, 6-4, on Monday, May 20, bringing season record to 17-9
  • Softball wins@ Morristown, 2-0, on Thursday, May 16, bringing season record to 15-8
  • Boys Volleyball wins @ Chatham, 2-1, on Thursday, May 16, bringing season record to 15-11
  • Boys Tennis beats Madison, 3-2, on Monday, May 13, bringing season record to 13-5

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RHS seniors pose with Randolph residents Manuel Vince-Cruz and Delia Cruz, who were named King and Queen of the Senior Citizen Prom, at the Randolph Community Center on May 7, 2024.

RHS Hosts Second Annual Senior Citizen Prom at Randolph Community Center

Cameron Johnson and Mackenzie Kreitzer May 23, 2024

Dozens of local senior citizens danced the day away with 14 RHS seniors who volunteered to host the second annual Senior Citizen Prom, held at the Randolph Community Center, on Tuesday, May 7. The event...

RHS celebrated national Teacher Appreciation Week from May 6 to May 10, 2024. Pictured: Senior Allie Milligan (right) appreciated English Teacher Kristin Poff.

RHS Celebrates Teacher Appreciation Week

Joey Viespoli, Staff Reporter May 21, 2024

RHS celebrated Teacher Appreciation Week in style, with school administrators, staff and students giving well-deserved props to approximately 122 educators at the high school, during the week of May 6...

Rams Softball is on a three-game winning streak heading into the NJSIAA Tournament, where the team will take on Millburn on Wednesday, May 22.

Randolph Softball Enjoys Three-Game Winning Streak, Including Dominating Roxbury on Senior Night

Rachel Kellett, Staff Reporter May 20, 2024

At press time, the Rams were on a three-game winning streak, with victories against Roxbury, 3-0, on Monday, May 13; Morristown, 2-0, on Wednesday, May 16; and Sparta, 7-2, on Saturday, May 18, bringing...

Junior Jaclyn Mars models the lovely lilac dress she plans to wear to junior prom, which is being held tomorrow night.

Junior Prom 2024 Fashion Trends

Sydney Wright and Amelia Kolbik May 16, 2024

Junior prom is tomorrow night, and attendees are putting the finishing touches on their semi-formal fits. In keeping with tradition, most junior girls will be wearing short dresses, in contrast to the...

The Rams suffered a 2-0 loss to Delbarton in the Morris County Tournament (MCT) semifinals on Saturday, May 11. Pictured is Randolph senior outfielder Ethan Gorman, running in after the last out of the inning.

Randolph Varsity Baseball Falls to Delbarton in Morris County Semis, Followed by Back-to-Back Losses to Roxbury

AJ Terry, Staff Reporter May 15, 2024

Randolph Varsity Baseball fell to the Delbarton Green Wave, 2-0, in the Morris County Tournament (MCT) semifinals on Saturday, May 11. Two more losses to Roxbury followed, with scores of 4-2 on Monday,...

Personal Essay: How My RHS Teachers and Friends Helped Me, a Missouri Transplant, Regain My Sense of Self   

Personal Essay: How My RHS Teachers and Friends Helped Me, a Missouri Transplant, Regain My Sense of Self  

Adrianna Cope, Staff Reporter May 14, 2024

Moving to Randolph from Missouri two years ago was an enormous change, especially since I was nearing the end of my sophomore year of high school at the time. When I first started at RHS, I felt nervous...

Senior Summer Walsh cradles the ball as Roxbury players attempt to defend her on the way to Randolphs blowout win against Roxbury, 18-3, in the second round of the Morris County Tournament (MCT) on Wednesday, May 1, 2024. Unfortunately, the Rams went on to suffer a loss to Mendham, 15-6, in the MCT quarterfinal round on Saturday, May 4, 2024.

Girls Lacrosse Bows Out of Counties in Quarterfinal Loss to Mendham, Following Second-Round Win Against Roxbury

Jamie Donnelly, Staff Reporter May 8, 2024

Girls Lacrosse suffered a loss to Mendham, 15-6, in the quarterfinal round of the Morris County Tournament (MCT) on Saturday, May 4. The loss was especially disappointing coming on the tails of a blowout...

RHS Jazz I competed well at the NJAJE Region II State Jazz Finals, held at Princeton High School on Saturday, April 27.

RHS Jazz I Performs Magnificently at NJAJE Region II State Finals

Jane Doran, Staff Reporter May 3, 2024

Despite not taking home any awards, the RHS Jazz I band competed brilliantly in the NJAJE Region II State Jazz Finals, held at Princeton High School on Saturday, April 27. RHS was one of only 10 ensembles...

Rampage asked some of the children of RHS faculty and staff what they liked best about Bring Your Child to Work Day at the high school: 

“Playing Kahoot.” --Gerard (left), age 10, pictured with English Teacher/ Mom Cara Canfield and brother Patrick, age 5.

Children of RHS Faculty and Staff Enjoy Bring Your Child to Work Day on Campus

Yuri Perelman, Staff Reporter May 1, 2024

Though most RHS students spent the day at work with their own parents, the high school hallways were still crowded with young people on Bring Your Child to Work Day, when faculty and staff members brought...

In Praise of the 2023-2024 Boys and Girls Fencing Teams

In Praise of the 2023-2024 Boys and Girls Fencing Teams

Felipe Arruda, Staff Reporter April 25, 2024

Boys and Girls Fencing had a spectacular 2023-2024 season; by all accounts, it was one of the best fencing seasons the team has ever enjoyed, marked by incredible performances from the fencers. Meet...

RHS students competed in the 2024 Somos NJ Poetry & Culture Festival on March 21, 2024, with five of them taking home top prizes. Pictured is RHS Team Somos, accompanied by Spanish Teachers Sybil Sanchez-Jacome and Estela Flood (front row, center).

Five RHS Students Take Top Prizes at 2024 Somos NJ Poetry & Culture Festival

Juliana Malo, Staff Reporter April 23, 2024

Five RHS students took home top prizes at the Somos NJ Poetry & Culture Festival 2024, held at Rutgers University-Newark (RU-N) on March 21. Sophomores Valerie Ayanna Muthikul and Kristhian Rios Rivera...

Holocaust survivor Fred Heyman celebrates his 95th birthday before speaking to students in the high school auditorium on Thursday, March 21, 2024.

Holocaust Survivor Urges Students to Reject Hate in Every Form

Rayna Emdur, Staff Reporter April 17, 2024

“Please do me one favor; do not say the ‘H’ word,” began Fred Heyman, the 95-year-old Holocaust survivor who shared his firsthand account of survival with students in the high school auditorium...

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