Hawken Athletics means teamwork, and working hard together. Making memories, through victories and defeats.
At the Hawken Invitational Wrestling Tournament (HIT) Patrick Reineke finished 3-0 to win the 106-pound bracket and also was named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Wrestler. He opened the tournament with a first-round pin then defeated Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin junior Kaden Frantz, a returning Division II district qualifier, 7-6, in the semifinals. He scored a 16-3 major decision over Newbury’s Joey Bond in the championship bout. Coach Bob Rodriguez stated “He’s (Patrick) a very hard worker, he and his brother both,” Rodriguez said of Reineke and his brother Jackson, the 126-pound champion. “They put a lot of time in and it shows. He’s really a student of the game. He really loves wrestling and he knows his stuff. He has very good technique.”
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Favorite Athletic Memory:
the conversations the wrestling team (had, has and will have), and Carson and I would say “Hawklins Unite” before every match.
What does Hawken Athletics Mean to Me:
It means teamwork, and working hard together. Making memories, through victories and defeats.