With a month of solid wrestling action in the books, the new rankings are released today. Lots of great action lies ahead for the rest of October including the important North and South Duals.
Palomar College’s Alex Graves, a sophomore who wrestled at San Marcos High School, was named the Outstanding Upper Weight Wrestler at the prestigious Santa Ana Tournament October 3, 2015. Alex had 3 victories by fall and one by tech-fall on his way to the 184 lbs. championship.
Last season Graves placed 3rd wrestling 184 lbs. for Palomar in the California Community College State Championship. Alex is coached by Head Coach, Brody Barrios.
Mt. San Antonio and Fresno each had 3 tournament champions, but the depth of the Rams prevailed to give Fresno City the Team Title at this year’s Santa Ana Tournament. Named Outstanding Wrestler was Fresno’s Martine Sandoval for the lower weights and Palomar’s Alex Graves for the Upper Weights.
Team and Individual results are here https://caccwrestling.wordpress.com/results/individual-tournament-results/2015-santa-ana-tournament/
The first rankings of the season have been posted with Fresno City grabbing the top spot. Mt. SAC, Sac City, Cerritos and Palomar round out the top 5.
Mt. San Antonio College was a perfect 5-0 at the dual team tournament they hosted last weekend.
Fresno City College out-dueled host Sacramento City College to take the team title at the Sac City KLS Air Express Invitational on 9/19/2015.
Fresno and Sac City took the lion’s share, with 7 of the 10 weight class Champions. Santa Rosa JC had Champions Taryn Christiansen at 184 and Fred Duerr at 197. Alex Aniciete from Lassen was the winner at 157. Outstanding Wrestler for the tournament was Jonas Gaytan from Fresno City, while the most falls/shortest time went to Martine Sandoval of Fresno City with 3 Falls in 6:54.
Check out the results https://caccwrestling.wordpress.com/results/individual-tournament-results/2015-sac-city-invitational-results/