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WVHS three-sport standout Ryan Ferro signs National Letter of Intent to attend Ohio State Univ.

on April 25, 2017

WVHS senior Ryan Ferro signs letter of intent 2017Ryan Ferro, Warwick senior three-sport standout (football, wrestling, baseball) has signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Ohio State University and compete as a wrestler for the Ohio State Buckeyes. 

Ryan’s career highlights as a wrestler:

  • 6-Year Varsity Career Record of 184–36 (Never Lost a Home Match), 37–0 in senior year.
  • Two-Time Wrestling State Champion (152 lbs, 160 lbs.) 4-Time Section 9 Champion, 3-Year Wrestling Captain
  • 3-Year Varsity Football/Baseball Standout
  • Outstanding Leader – Voted C. A. Morgan Award Winner as Junior (District’s top male athlete)

Ryan was recruited by Anthony Ralph, Assistant Coach at Ohio State University. Ohio State has an undergraduate enrollment of 66,046 students, and competes in the Big Ten Conference along with Wisconsin, Penn State, Michigan and Michigan State (five additional schools).

They were Big 10 and National Wrestling Champions in 2015. The team’s most accomplished wrestler is Kyle Snyder (285 lb. National Champion 2017).

Ryan’s academic accomplishments:

  • Current marking period grade point average of 87.8 (unweighted)
  • Three-Sport Standout (football, wrestling, baseball)
  • Volunteer at Winslow Therapeutic Riding Center

Ryan’s family includes his proud parents Ray and Susan Ferro, brother Mike Venturino and sisters Jill and Nikki Ferro.

Click here to view Ryan Ferro’s photo album on the district’s public Facebook page.



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