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National Collegiate Signing Day Celebration @ Ramona High

Ramona High School is proud to announce the 2016-17 athletic signing class. Hanah Bowen- University of Arizona / Softball Samantha Shupe – Northeastern University in Boston / Volleyball Cameron Rowles – New Mexico State / Baseball Jamie Roe – La Sierra University in Riverside Calif / Softball Jordan Fick – San Diego State University /

Girls Basketball win League Opener

Coach Cameron Koford gets his 1st Valley League Win with an exciting 51-49 win over San Pasqual High. The Girls showed heart and resilience in playing 4 quarters.

Girls Water Polo travels to Westview High –

3:30pm the Dawgs from Ramona will “Splash” with the Wolverines at the beautiful aquatic complex on Westview High schools campus “Splash time is at 3:30pm” – Come out and support Donnie William’s and our amazing ladies.

Soccer Begins League Play !

Mike Jordan’s Boys travel down to battle San Pasqual at 3:30pm and 5:00pm Deena Vizcarra’s Girls play at HOME (RHS) at 3:30pm and 5:00pm vs. San Pasqual.

Ramona Football “Finalizes” 2017 Schedule

Ramona Football completed a two year contract today with 2016 CIF Division 2 Champion Mater Dei High School. Ramona opens up the first two weeks at Home in the “Dawg Pound” with San Diego County Top 15 teams in Mater Dei and Pt. Loma High.

T. Johnson Heavy Weight gets 1st Place at San Fernando – Wrestling Results

115 lbs Nathan Kiddo – 2nd Place 120 Lbs Victor Perez 5th Place 128 Lbs B Kevin Gonzales 5th Place 128 Lbs Jeffrey Ramsthaler 3rd Place 132 Lbs Jordan Castro 3rd Place 138 Lbs Jacob Rodriguez 3rd Place 150 Lbs Brandon Setterberg 5th Place 197 Lbs Jacob McElwee 2nd Place Heavy Weight Travis Johnson 1st

Ramona Wrestling General Information

Ramona Wrestling practices daily from 3:00 pm to 5:45 pm. Practices are from 8:00 am to 10:45 am on days without school. Please email Coach Knierim at if you have any questions. This is a CIF sanctioned sport and requires that student-athletes have a certain amount of practices in order to compete. You wouldn’t