Hillside Rams Wrestling
Here is a cool wrestling tournament opportunity for those interested. It is called Bronco Nationals and is being held at Kuna High school on November 3rd. It is completely optional, but gives the athletes more time on the mat. Click here for the link.
Parents and wrestlers, this is a great introduction video on the basics of the sport.
Our 2017 City Medalists
(From left to right): Coach Taylor Gowdy, Anomul Subba (3rd), Mohammed Jabril (3rd), Maximus Bridle (2nd), Ehler Say (1st), Ehler Htoo (3rd), Trenton Noonan (3rd), Coach Joshua Hoffman, and (bottom) Sophia Bain (4th). Congratulations everyone, and great job!
Boise City Tournament 2017
Our team that wrestled in the big season finale.
Robert Stuart Invitational 2016 in Twin Falls with our top placers (from left to right): Coach Gowdy, Wyatt Woodall (3rd), Elijah Thibodeau (3rd), Maximus Bridle (3rd), and Former Coach McMartin.
our mission statement
“The Hillside wrestling program is dedicated to helping young men and women understand Ram Pride. Ram Pride encompasses three major virtues: family, character, and honor. Family is the commitment to building each other up every day. Every team member is responsible for the well-being of their teammates. Character is the commitment to excellence in details. We believe that you are what you repeatedly do, so it is vital to do the right thing even in the details. Honor refers to knowing that you are excellent regardless of the scoreboard. We will act like champions even when we lose.”
Wrestling is a way to get together with others and have fun while competing in the greatest sport on Earth. While it tests strength and knowledge, it also builds character and friendship. Joining this program will guarantee brand new friendships, while strengthening the current ones.