RHS Grapplers Recognized

Ryan (l) and Jerethan (r) receive an Athletic Letter for their efforts on the wrestling mat this year.

On Wednesday, March 7th, the Richfield High School wrestling coaches held a recognition dinner for the Wildcat wrestlers and their families at Frontier Village Restaurant. Richfield Residential Hall staff, Jamie Romero, accompanied Jerethan Tsinnijinnie and Ryan Fisher to the event. Both Jerethan and Ryan were recognized at the dinner for their efforts and contributions to a very successful Wildcat Wrestling  season. Both young men received their Athletic Letter for their efforts this season.

RHS Senior, Jerethan Tsinnijinie, has been active in both football and wrestling since he arrived at RRH his Freshman year. Jerethan excelled in wrestling as he competed in the tough heavyweight division this year. He went undefeated in the huge 2A State Duals tournament mid-season and wrapped up the year with a 2nd place finish in the 2A Divisional Championships and 3rd Place in the State Tournament that was held at Utah Valley University on February 17th and 18th. Jerethan is the son of Violet Addakai of Page, AZ.

RHS Junior, Ryan Fisher, also earned his Athletic Letter in wrestling this year after wrestling in the varsity 170 lb weight class for the Wildcats.  Ryan contributed greatly to the success of the team and earned a 7th place finish in the Divisional Championship on February10th-11th. Ryan enjoys sports and has wrestled and played football each year he has been at Richfield Residential Hall.  Ryan is the son of Rena Charles of Cameron, AZ.


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