Interview with a Griffin: Varsity Football Player Richie Moline

The 17-year old Los Alamitos High School running back says he loves In-N-Out hamburgers and scoring touchdowns.

He could! Go! All! The! Way!

On the eve of the Los Alamitos High School vs. Fountain Valley High School, we continue our series of profiles on LAHS varsity football players.

Tonight's player?

Name: Richie Molina

Number: 24

Age: 17

Weight: 200

Height: 5 feet 11 inches (Height and weight stats from Maxpreps.com)

Favorite thing about football: "Probably scoring touchdowns and getting those big runs. (And) the crowd going crazy."

Favorite type of food: "In-N-Out Hamburger."

Favorite subject in school: "English. I like writing, reading."

What’s one of the challenges you faced over the past couple of years "Last year I didn’t play very much and that off season I didn’t work hard. And this year I just told myself I was going to work as hard as I possibly can ... and just worked my butt off. 

Has it paid off? "Oh yeah. I’ve been doing pretty good at practice. I still haven’t improved everything yet, but I will on the first game." 

Editor's note: This interview took place before the first day of school during a photoshoot of one of the last days of practice before class.

Anything else you want to say? We’re going to come out and play as hard as we can and hopefully win CIF. ... (But) Sunset League, first. 

Previous football profiles

Quarterback Cody Marshall.

Defensive Line, Fullback Daniel Szechy

Corner James Stea

Left guard: Alex Redmond

Cornerback Tristan Otto

Right Guard Erik Roudybush

Upcoming game schedule (all games start at 7 p.m.)

Oct. 19


Fountain Valley

Westminster High School

Oct. 26


Huntington Beach

Huntingon Beach

Nov. 1


Newport Harbor

Vets Stadium

Note to parents:  if you would like us to profile your varsity Los Alamitos High School football player, send an email to cranny777@gmail.com.

We’ll send you a list of questions. You have your player answer ‘em, you send us a pic and, time permitting, we’ll run it. 

Go Griffins!


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