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The RHS Athletic Department and Boosters will induct six new members into the Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, June 8th.

No-host cocktails start 5 p.m., dinner is at 6 p.m., and the ceremony starts about 6:30 p.m. inside the Elk’s Lodge. The tickets are $50 per person and you can purchase them by contacting Dutch Van Patten @ (805) 260-6186.

After starting the Athletic Hall of Fame in 2003, Righetti High School inducted those who had represented our school or gave our school notoriety through athletics until 2012. The Hall of Fame returned last year.

Jeff Morrison –Baseball 2X All League, All CIF, After graduattion from ERHS, he held records for hits, doubles, home runs and had the 4th highest batting average in school history. Hit the farthest home run Doak had ever seen when it one hopped to the fence on Bradley Road. @AHC 4TH All Time Batting Average. Leader for a season: 407 (48/118) 8TH All Time Batting Average. Leader for career: 355 (90/254) Received scholarship to Chapman University and played two years. Drafted by Seattle Mariners & played with a guy named Ken Griffey Jr.

Jocelyn Forest Haynes - Softball CIF Champion, All CIF first team, NCAA champion

Nathan Nunez - Soccer League MVP, All CIF, High School All-American, All-State Jr. College, All-American Jr. College

Matthew Tesoro - Football- Wrestling 2x All CIF Football, 2x CIF champion wrestling, Masters Runner-Up Wrestling, Jr. College State Champion Wrestling, All-American Jr. College Wrestling

Kristina Santiago - Basketball All-CIF, Cal Poly Big West Player of the Year, Honorable Mention All-American, Played professional in Europe.

Betty Sands - Coach Golf and Tennis coach for 25 years, Coach of the year


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