Remington High School Wrestling Receives R.E.A.C.H.E.S. Funding

The Remington High School Wrestling Program in Whitewater, Kansas has received funding from R.E.A.C.H.E.S. for wrestling equipment for our program. The Remington High School Program used to consistently send high school wrestlers to states and had 4 medals with the highest being 3rd . But it has been hit and miss for the program in the last 5-10 years. Casey Gobel and Brandon Calderon Started coaching the team last year. Remington had a freshman qualify for the state tournament and went 2-2. One match out of placing. Remington has 4 or 5 wrestlers knocking on the door as well. We are also seeing new faces getting interested as well with a couple good freshman coming up. “I applied for the R.E.A.C.H.E.S. fund because I know that in wrestling and in all other sports half of the battle is in confidence and I am sure with new Brute singlets and warm ups that battle will be won,” said coach Gobel. Remington High School and the wrestling program would deeply like to thank the R.E.A.C.H.E.S. foundation and Walter Fisk for making this possible and for helping our program and for helping the other wrestling families. Thank you.


Sophomore, Caleb Farmer, placed 6th at states at 113 pounds – sporting the team’s NEW headgear and singlet!