Shadow Hills Girls Varsity Wrestling

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Meet our Girls Wrestling program's Head Coach, Coach Davis. Coach Davis was transplanted to California from Idaho by way of the Marines in 1999 and decided to make the Coachella Valley his home. Going back to his roots of wrestling and wanting to make a difference in a struggling team he started as the head coach at Cathedral City High School in 2015 where he had immediate success with an overall dual meet record of 68-1 overall and 23-0 against Coachella Valley competition. Coach Davis saw a potential to assume the head coaching position at Shadow Hills one year ago and jumped in to take the reigns. In his first year the team finished the season with a record of 18-3 (9-1 vs valley teams) and finished second in the Desert Empire League. The girls team more than doubled in size and they worked hard to achieve the highest Girls Wrestling Team GPA in Riverside County. Coach Davis’s most proud accomplishment is the fact that almost all of the seniors are not only going to college, but many have scholarship offers to wrestle at the college level as well. He believes his success comes from truly caring about each and every wrestler, assistant coach, parent, and athletic staff that supports the team. No one has ever accomplished greatness without amazing people surrounding them.
He always falls back to a Henry Ford quote for inspiration, “Whether you think you can or think you can’t, you’re right”.

Contact info: knightsgirlswrestling@gmail.com

Social media accounts:

Twitter @CoachDaviss

Instagram @ladyknights_wrestlers 

 

 

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Coaches Corner

On today’s Coaches Corner, I would like to introduce you to our Head Girls Wrestling Coach, Coach Jody Davis. Coach Davis was transplanted to California from Idaho by way of the Marines in 1999 and decided to make the Coachella Valley his home. Going back to his roots of wrestling and wanting to make a

Athletic achievement by our Knights!

Athletic achievement is directly related to academic success. Goal setting, time management, perseverance, and accountability are all taught on the field of competition and carry over into the classroom and community.

Player of the Week Spotlight!

Congratulations to Junior Kimberly “Kimbo” Torres for being voted Athlete of the Week for last week! ICYMI: Here is what she did, as a new wrestler, it pays to trust the process, be coachable, and always stay positive. “Kimbo” proved that to be true this weekend as she not only overcame EVERY girl that beat

Attention Knights Nation! It’s time to vote for your Player of the Week.

Attention Knights Nation! It’s time to vote for your Player of the Week. Let your voices be heard! Junior Amber Santana, a week and a half ago was asked her to change positions from a defensive player to an offensive player. She responded with three goals in the last three games, two of which were

All they do is Win, Win, Win, no matter what!

The change of command has really shifted the Girls Wrestling culture here at Shadow Hills High School. The Girls Wrestlers have endured tough practices, which has prepared them for this season. From Coach Davis about his girl wrestlers, “Girls Wrestling in the valley is in the spotlight like a cross country team. The lady Knights

“Champions Read” Day!

Thank you Richard Oliphant Elementary School for our “Champions Read” day. It was truly an amazing experience for the students, our girls wrestling and cross country team’s. We look forward to more “Champions Read” day’s in the future. #KnightsdoingitRight #futureKnights #kidsneedtoread

Girls Wrestling

New Season… New Coaching Staff… New Attitude!!!  Visit the athletics office for more info!!  We are looking for YOU to be a part of this years championship experience!