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Glenn has three champions

first_img“That’s pretty impressive,” Glenn coach Monico Enriquez said of his team’s performance. “They all get a ring. They all get their name on a banner in the gym. … They all wrestled tough.” At the Central Division final at Brea Olinda High, Millikan junior Travis Clock claimed the title at 189 pounds, defeating James Encinas of Canyon Springs 8-1. Encinas had his left foot amputated earlier this season but still wrestled all the way to the final. Wilson’s Jack Charleston (152) and Elliott Quesada (285) each took third and will go to Masters. Charleston trailed West Torrance’s Jake Notch 6-5 late in the third period but scored a takedown in the final seconds to win the match. Mayfair 119-pounder Richard Alarcon reached the title match at the Coastal Division but finished second. He’ll be joined by teammate Anthony Brown (103) at the Masters Meet. Cerritos’ Andy Yu, who defeated Alarcon for the Suburban League title, placed fifth. La Mirada’s Bud Coit (285, fourth), Justin Gonzales (125, fifth) and Jeff Blanco (160, fifth) also qualified for the Masters Meet and Glenn’s Andrew Cardenas (145) took fifth place. From the San Gabriel Valley League, Calvary Chapel Downey had Jacob Eaton (215) take third place, and Bronson Gerl (152) place fifth. Warren’s Jovanie Martinez (130) took third place, and Downey’s Jouvanie Garcia (171) was fourth. At the Southern Division final, St. John Bosco placed seven wrestlers in the Masters Meet. Jeremy Gendreau placed second at 103 pounds and was joined by teammates Joe Roudebush (125, fifth), Mike Martinez (135, third), Mark Biley (145, third), Kevin Mesplou (160, fourth), Matt Warner (189, fourth) and Robert Ortiz (215, third). David Felton can be reached at [email protected] or (562) 499-1318. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “He amazed me,” Clock said of his opponent. Clock’s next goal is to place among the top 8 at next week’s Masters Meet to qualify for the state tournament. Millikan’s Paul Martinez (119, fourth place), Devin Peterson (130, fourth place) and Sean Duggan (285, fifth place) all qualified for the Masters Meet by placing in the top 5. Lakewood had five wrestlers qualify for Masters: Uriah Islas (125, fourth), David Bonthuis (130, fifth), Markus Summa (135, fourth), Jake Warkentin (171, fifth) and Dallas Beaird (189, fourth). The Lancers also finished fourth in the team competition with 145 points. “I’m really proud of our performance,” said Lakewood coach Andy Miramontes, who had eight wrestlers place in the top 6. “Eight placers is outstanding. Hopefully we’ll have a good week of practice and get a few boys to state.” center_img Five local wrestlers representing three schools earned CIF Southern Section Individual championships at various sites around Southern California on Saturday. Glenn High wrestlers Isaias Gastelo (171 pounds), Matt Granillo (215) and Juan Enriquez (285) all won CIF titles at the Coastal Division final at Marina High. The Eagles were the only team to have three champions and finished fifth in the team competition with 145 points. Calvary Chapel Downey’s Caleb Gerl claimed the Coastal Division title at 189 pounds. last_img read more

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