Randy Davidson and his brother Ricky are two of the top athletes who ever played at Lee High School. The most valuable player on Lees state 4A championship baseball team, Randy was drafted by the Chicago Cubs but signed a scholarship at Columbia State (Tenn.) Junior College. As a second baseman, he led Columbia to the JUCO World Series in 1972. In 1973, Davidson and several college baseball players went to Central America to play in the World Baseball Federation Tournament. Against all odds, the Americans won 11 straight games to sweep the tournament. It was the first and only gold medal the United States has won in the long history of the tournament. After being named JUCO All-American in 1973, Davidson signed with Florida State and played for the Seminoles in 1974 and 75, playing in the College World Series as a senior. An All-American in 75, Davidson signed with the Cincinnati Reds. He played in the Cincinnati organization for five years, the last two at Triple-A Indianapolis, before becoming a manager for three years in the Northwest League and the Midwest League. Davidson is now a Huntsville businessman.