Palomar College, with Champions in 3 consecutive weight classes, held off strong challenges from Mt. Sac and host Cuesta College to win the team title at the 2014 Meathead Movers tournament. The Comets took control with Champions at 157 Cody Doyle, 165 Erik Collin and at 174 Alex Graves.

Mt. San Antonio College with 7 placers was second and host Cuesta College finished third. A trio of wrestlers were honored for their performances. The Outstanding lower weight was Connor Pollock of Cuesta wrestling at 141 lbs while the Outstanding upper weight wrestler award went to Javier Gonzalez of Rio Hondo. The Meathead Movers Award of Excellence went to Anthony Rubio of Chabot College.

Results for this year’s Meathead Movers tournament

Outstanding wrestlers L-R, Javier Gonzalez (Rio Hondo), Anthony Rubio (Chabot) and Connor Pollock (Cuesta

Outstanding wrestlers L-R, Javier Gonzalez (Rio Hondo), Anthony Rubio (Chabot) and Connor Pollock (Cuesta

2014 North Duals, Hosted by Santa Rosa JC on 10/18/14

The Fresno City Rams left no doubt who the Kings of the North are, with a resounding 30-6 beating of Sacramento City College. Fresno City prevailed in the first 8 matches, streaking out to a 30-0 lead before relinquishing the final 2 bouts. Chabot College added to their strong season finishing 3rd.

Final Team Placement:
1:  Fresno City College
2:  Sacramento City College
3:  Chabot College
4:  Sierra College
5:  Skyline College
6:  Santa Rosa Jr. College
7:  Lassen College
8:  San Joaquin Delta College
9:  Shasta College

For complete North Dual Results




Santa Rosa Junior College will be the site of today’s North Duals starting at 10am. Three of the top six teams in the state will be in action. The Fresno City College Rams, currently ranked #2, will be put to the test by #5 Sacramento City College and #6 Chabot College.

The eventual champion of this tournament will face the South Duals Champion at the State Dual Championship in November.

Cerritos College continues to lead the Team Rankings for California Community College wrestling. The Fresno City Rams still in hot pursuit, hold down the #2 position. Mt. San Antonio, Cuesta, and Sac City round out the top 5.

This coming weekend, both the North and South regions will compete in team dual meet tournaments. Cerritos College will play host to the South squads, while Santa Rosa JC hosts the North teams.

Individual and team rivalries will be renewed, rankings will be challenged, and battles fought on the march to the State Championship this December

Complete Rankings at of 10/14/14/

With 3 individual Champions, Chabot College took home the team title at the 2014 Mike Tamana Invitational wrestling tournament – Hosted by Modesto Junior College. The Gladiators have had a strong first half of the season with exceptional efforts from Dominic Cesena, Anthony Rubio, and Terrin O’Callaghan.

Coach Siroy and the Gladiators will look to build on their success at next weekend’s North Duals in Santa Rosa.

For Team and Individual results from the Mike Tamana Invitational click here



With strong performances in the season’s first 3 tournaments, Cerritos College  establishes that they are the team to beat this season. Hard on their heels are Fresno City Rams. Mt. San Antonio College, Cuesta, and returning State Champions Sacramento City are locked in tight race for 3rd.

For a complete list of Team and Individual Rankings

By Pablo Di Maria

Santa Ana, Calif. – With four champions in Dustin Kirk (133 pounds), A.J McKee (149 pounds), Keanu Tom (157 pounds), Robert Chism (285 pounds) and 10 place winners, Coach Don Garriott and his staff won the tough Santa Ana tournament with 148.5 points.

Mt. Sac finished in second place with 126 points and Fresno City in third with 121.5 points. This marks the third straight week that Cerritos College has won a tournament. Cerritos is currently 6-0 and has won titles at Mt. Sac Duals and the tough West Hills tournament.

Next up for the Falcons is Rio Hondo on Wednesday, October 15 at Cerritos College.

Lower MVP

Terrill Sidner from Mt. Sac

Upper MVP

Alexander Graves from Palomar College

Individual Champions

125- Arnulfo Olea from Fresno City

133- Dustin Kirk from Cerritos College

141- Terrill Sidner from Mt. Sac College

149- A.J. McKee from Cerritos College

157- Keanu Tom from Cerritos College

165- John Sinclair from Cuesta College

174- Mo Naser from Fresno City

184- Alexander Graves from Palomar College

197- KeAndre Johnson from Mt. Sac College

285- Robert Chism from Cerritos College

Full brackets can be found here: