Randolph, MN celebrates first state champs in school's 104-year history | KSTP.com

Randolph, MN celebrates first state champs in school's 104-year history

Chris Long
Updated: July 09, 2021 11:40 PM
Created: July 08, 2021 10:53 PM

In 2018, the Randolph softball team was the school's first-ever State Tournament team in any sport.  After two state semifinal losses and the pandemic-canceled 2020 season - the 2021 team headed back to state with the mantra of "unfinished business".  Finally, 104-years into the small town school's history - that business is finished.

Click the video box on this page to watch KSTP Sports' story on the Randolph Rockets' first-ever state-title winning team as well as extended interviews with Randolph softball seniors Chloe Kimmes, Meredith Taylor and Morgyn Otte along with head coach Dennis Trom

Randolph defeated Browerville-Eagle Valley 11-1 in the Class A State Championship game to finish the season a perfect 27-0.


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