Rockford Varsity Wrestling

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MISSION

  • A statement about what will drive me, about what I want to accomplish.

My desire is to make the Rockford Wrestling program be a true model of quality and consistency by being one of the top teams in the state year in and year out. I want to see our program gain national recognition for our wrestlers so that we consistently move our top high school athletes into collegiate level programs. We must also equip all of our athletes with the tools to become young men of integrity. Tools that will ultimately help them to correctly handle the challenges they will face in college, the work force, and their marriages. I visualize Rockford as being the model program in the state of Michigan in the areas of of competitiveness, sportsmanship, teamwork and above all character.

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Coach Richardson wins MWA D1 Coach of the Year

The Rockford Wrestling program racked up the hardware this year…15-3 regular season record, OK-Red title, District championship, Regional championship, State Semifinal appearance, 9 individual state qualifiers, 5 all-state wrestlers, and an individual State Champion (Trenton Wachter). And now, the coach who lead them is adding to the list. Coach Brian Richardson has been named, by

Wrestling finishes season with impressive showing at State Finals

After a 15-3 regular season record, OK-Red title, District championship, and Regional championship…the Rams travelled to Kalamazoo to compete in the Division 1 team and individual State Finals. Team action began Tuesday morning as Rockford took on Holt in the State Quarterfinal. Rockford would defeat Holt 36-29 to become the first West-Michigan school in 13

Nine wrestlers qualify for Individual State Finals

After defeating Grandville for the Team Regional Championship this past Wednesday, the Rams headed to Grand Haven on Saturday to compete in the Individual Regional tournament. Rockford continued their success as nine wrestlers qualified to compete in the Individual State Finals. Champions included Jak Keller, Trenton Wachter, Ryan Ahern, and Luke Watkins. Also qualifying was

Wrestling claims Regional Championship

Rockford was host to the D1 Team Regionals on Wednesday evening. The Rams faced Kalamazoo Central on one side of the bracket, and on the other, Grandville and Grand Haven hit the mat. The Rams started their evening by plowing through Kalamazoo Central 70-10. Grandville would top the Buccaneers to set up a classic rivalry

Wrestling wraps up regular season

The Rams were host to Edwardsburg and Lowell on Saturday morning for the last meet of the regular season. Rockford started out the day with 45-15 victory of Eddies. Their next bout was against the #2 ranked Division 2 team, Lowell. Rams didn’t fare as well in this contest as they dropped to the Red

Wrestling sweeps at TK

The wrestling team travelled to Thornapple Kellogg on Thursday night to take on Saranac, Forest Hills Northern, and TK-Middleville. Rams took a clean sweep on the evening defeating Saranac (77-6), Forest Hills Northern (75-6), and the #4 ranked team in Division 2…TK-Middleville (34-17). Rams continue action this Saturday March, 13th at 10AM. They will host

Rams Wrestling captures OK-Red Title

On short rest, the Rams travelled to Grandville Friday night for the OK-Red Championships. In the words of Coach Richardson…. “The boys wrestled their butts off!” Rockford started out the evening with their semifinal matchup against Caledonia. With a score of 47-26 they advanced to the finals against Grandville. Rams proved their prominence with a

Varsity Wrestling with huge wins on the road

The Rams Varsity Wrestling team travelled to Grandville this past Wednesday to take on the home team and East Kentwood. Rams pulled off two stellar performances. First, a 79-0 victory over EK. They followed that up with 41-22 victory over rival Grandville. These victories improve Rockford to 7-0 in conference play and 8-1 overall. The

Varsity Wrestling takes care of business at GH

The wrestling team has faced all kinds of tests early on this season (literally and figuratively). Their most recent test was a roadtrip to Grand Haven on Thursday night. The Rams  were up to the challenge as they defeated both schools, 45-30 over Grand Haven and 42-39 over Caledonia. The Caledonia meet was saved by