Nelson Randolph named MaxPreps State Baseball Coach of the Year
Longtime CCHS Coach, Nelson Randolph, was recently named the 2018 MaxPreps State Baseball Coach of the Year.
On Friday, November 9, at halftime, Nelson was presented the award by CCHS Principal, Dr. Julie Filer and Dean of Students over athletics, Mr. Scott Sorgea.
Over the last 14 years, Coach Randolph’s teams have amassed 288 wins, eight league championships and seven CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Championships. Coach Randolph is a model coach who consistently goes above and beyond to serve students. Upon retirement from his job at UC Davis, he began volunteering his time to assist our teachers as a classroom proctor. Coach Randolph shows up faithfully everyday and the impact he’s had on our campus is immeasurable. Coach Randolph is a highly dedicated professional who motivates his student-athletes to strive for excellence on and off the field. He is a responsible role model whom student-athletes grow to emulate and seek out when in need of guidance. He works hard at developing meaningful relationships and his concern for players and their families create bonds that last long after a season or high school career ends.
Coach Randolph, we celebrate and offer our sincere gratitude to you, for your accomplishments as a coach and for pouring into each player -- showing that putting God first in all you do creates an environment where true champions can be developed.