News Archive

2019

  • September

    Jake Beber-Frankel '20 wins again, Raiders finish 3rd

    Scott Berman
    Jake Beber-Frankel 20' continued his winning ways with a one over par 73 at Crandon Park Golf Course. Weather once again played a factor as high winds kept players from going low on the already difficult course. Senior Marc Chaneles '20 put together an impressive round with a six over par 78, good enough for a third place finish. Zach Buttrick 20' and Jonathan Pollack 23' rounded out the scoring for the Raiders as the team finished just one shot back of second place. The Raiders will get back to work today as they prepare for the Miami-Dade Youth Fair Tournament Tuesday, September 24th.
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  • Raiders swim to a win in dual match

    Scott Berman
    Victories by Lauren Heller '22 in the 500 meter freestyle and Arjun Badwal's '23 first high school win in the 200 meter individual medley helped lead the Raiders to an easy victory over Westminster Christian in Thursday's dual match. Both teams were strong in all relays as they tuned up for Saturday's RE invitational. Opening race wins by both the girls and boys teams to start the afternoon gave the Raiders a lead that they would not relinquish as they would go on to a 123-18 girls victory and 97-38 boys victory. 
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  • DeAngulo '20 wins individual competition, Raiders place third

    Scott Berman
    On a day where scoring was difficult Rachel DeAngulo performed masterfully as she finished in a tie for first with a +3 (38).  Finishing one shot off the pace was Phoebe Beber-Frankel with a +4 (39). Despite wind gusts above 20 mph all Raider golfers performed well in tdifficult conditions.The Raiders will return to practice today as they prepare for an important match next Tuesday, September, 24th at the Biltmore Golf Course.
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  • Raiders outlast St. Brendan in five set thriller

    Scott Berman
    Dani Ortiz '21 returned from injury with a team high 44 assists as the Raiders remained unbeaten in September. The Raiders jumped out to a fast start winning the opening set 25-21. Saint Brendan would return the favor in the second set knotting the match at 1-1. Both teams would trade punches in sets three and four leading to a decisive fifth set. Cami Lindsey '21 and Sophia Antezana '20 would come up clutch with three kills each in the final set, leading the Raiders to a 15-9 victory and a match win. The win puts the Raiders at 3-0 as they head into the CM Cares Tournament this weekend and Chaminade Madonna. 
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  • Raiders protect home court with big win

    Scott Berman
    Mia Balestra '21 finished with a season-high 23 kills as Ransom Everglades won a four-set decision (25-22, 25-20, 21-25, 25-22) over Gulliver Prep, Friday night.  There was plenty of back-and-forth action throughout the match with the two teams battling through 25 ties and 10 lead changes in the four-set match. In the decisive fourth set, Ransom Everglades built an early lead and carried that lead all the way to the finish.  Cami Lindsey '21 came through in a big way with 13 service point and seven digs. Also contributing were Kelli Miller '21 who had 12 digs, and Juliana Williamson '22' with nine kills. The win puts the Raiders at 2-0 as they head into an important match up with Saint Brendan School at home on Wednesday, September 18th, 5:30 PM.
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  • Raiders Reclaim Oar

    Scott Berman
    In front of a huge crowd the Raiders did not disappoint as they REclaimed the oar from Palmer Trinity by a score of 30-0. The dynamic duo of Junior quarterback Thomas Schein '21 and Senior wide receiver Robert Moret '20 could not be stopped as both had huge nights. Schein '21 threw for 175 yards and four touchdowns as the Raiders turned a tight first quarter into a blowout after halftime. Jonathan Prio Touzet '20 got things started for the Raiders with a strong speed rush off the left end and a strip sack that resulted in a safety. Later in the half a 15 yard touchdown catch by Walker White '21 extended the lead to 9-0. Following a 35 minute lightning delay the Raiders came out strong in the second half putting together scoring drives of 40,45, and 55 yards as they pulled away from the Falcons. The defense continued its impressive season with another shutout and has only allowed seven points in three games. The Raiders will look to improve to 4-0 when they host Marathon, Friday, September 27th at 7:00 PM. 
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  • Team depth on display as Raiders win dual meet

    Raider dominance was on full display Wednesday as both the girls and boys put together strong performances in their victory over Miami Country Day.  Matti Barfield 21' and Alexandra Hommen 22' led the way for the Raiders with victories in the 200 yard individual medley and the 100 yard freestyle. On the boys side, Nicolas Valls 20' put up a strong time in the 50 yard freestyle that was good enough for a first place finish. Both teams were also excellent in relay competition with multiple victories. The Raiders will now turn their attention to the RE invite on Saturday, September 21st with the first race scheduled to kick off at 10:00 AM.
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  • Raiders place 2nd in seven team field

    Scott Berman
    A breezy South Florida afternoon led to difficult scoring conditions at the Community High School Varsity Golf Match at Deering Bay Golf Club. Gulliver, Palmer, Riviera, Palmetto, Westminster, Florida Christian and Ransom Everglades met for a nine hole challenge on the difficult mangrove lined golf course. Jake Beber-Frankel led the Raiders with a stellar 3 under par 33. Marc Chaneles followed with a one over par 37, while Jackson Langer shot a two over par 38. Jonathan Pollak rounded out the scoring with a 41. As a team the Raiders finished one shot off the lead while defeating all other schools by a large margin.
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  • Raiders find success in first meet

    Scott Berman
    After multiple weeks of practice both the boys and girls swim team got their first chance to compete on the road at Pinerest School. Somerset Academy also competed in the three team meet. Magnus Kron 21'  got the Raiders off to a blazing start winning his two individual races. Later in the afternoon both Raider teams kept that momentum going winning all relays against Somerset Academy. Both teams defeated Somerset Academy in the individuals and combined team formats but came up just short again Pinecrest. The Raiders will get back in the pool for practice today before they host Miami Country Day tomorrow at 4:00 PM.  
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  • Raiders stay undefeated

    Scott Berman
    A gametime temperature of 93 degrees proved no match for the Raiders high octane passing offense. Led by rising Junior quarterback Thomas Schein 21' and Senior receiver Robert Moret 20' the Raiders put together an eight-play 60 yard drive highlighted by a 15 yard touchdown pass to Moret 20'. Later in the first half Walker White 21' recovered a fumble and scored extending the lead to 21-0.  The second half saw Westminster Christian score quickly and momentum appeared to be on their side. However, two key third down conversions by Nicholas Lampert 21' and Robert Moret 20' would put an end to any comeback attempt as the Raiders controlled the clock throughout the fourth quarter in route to a 21-7 victory. The win keeps the Raiders undefeated as they head into the battle for the oar against Palmer Trinity in what will be the Raiders home opener.
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  • Raiders sweep on the road

    Scott Berman
    The Raiders Girls Varsity Golf Team came away victorious as they competed in a match vs Mater Academy and Our Lady of Lourdes Academy at Miccosukee Golf Club. Despite difficult weather conditions, the Raiders were led by seniors Phoebe Beber-Frankel '20 and Rachel DeAngulo '20 who shot 41, and 44. The Raiders will get back to practice today and begin preparations for their next match at the Biltmore Golf Course on Tuesday, September 17th.
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  • August

    Raiders shutout Florida Christian in season opener

    Scott Berman
    The Raider football team went on the road to start their 2019-20 season and left no doubt they were ready to play with a resounding 20-0 victory over Florida Christian.
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  • Raiders defeat Palmer Trinity

    Scott Berman
    The Raiders put together another impressive perfomance following a victory over Gulliver Prep earlier in the week with a resounding defeat over Palmer Trinity. Led by Mia Balestra and her fifteen kills the Raiders were victorious in four sets. Valentina Londono contributed in a big way with thirty eight assists and Caro Signoret finished with three aces and eleven service points. 
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Founded in 1903, Ransom Everglades School is a coeducational, college preparatory day school for grades 6 - 12 located on two campuses in Coconut Grove, Florida. Ransom Everglades School produces graduates who "believe that they are in the world not so much for what they can get out of it as for what they can put into it." The mission of Ransom Everglades School is to provide an educational environment in which the pursuit of honor, academic excellence and intellectual growth is complemented by concern for the physical, cultural and character development of each student. The school provides rigorous college preparation that promotes the student's sense of identity, community, personal integrity and values for a productive and satisfying life, and prepares the student to lead and to contribute to society.