Randy Warick began a career as a football official in 1976, working at all local and regional levels, growing into major roles in Canadian university and junior playoff games. He officiated in three Canadian university semifinal playoffs and the 1984 Vanier Cup game in Toronto. He officiated in two Canadian junior semifinals as well as the 1985 Canadian championship game at Ottawa.
Randy was the first Saskatoon official to work full-time in the Canadian Football League, serving 1993 through 1995.
He has demonstrated much versatility as a builder in sports. He coached junior football, cross-country running and curling at Saskatoon high school levels and he won an athletic directorate service award in 2004.
He served on organizing committees for national track and field, junior baseball, softball and hockey championships. He has also coached minor soccer and was an organizer and official in broomball.