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East LA Captures the Santa Rosa Duals

Santa Rosa Duals – September 14th, 2019 – Santa Rosa Junior College

Santa Rosa 28 vs Skyline 24
Santa Rosa 30 vs San Joaquin Delta 26
East Los Angeles 37 vs Santa Rosa 11
East Los Angeles 54 vs Chabot 6
East Los Angeles 32 vs Skyline 18
Chabot 34 vs San Joaquin Delta 27

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Bakersfield College Wrestling – Solid Season Opener

The 2019 wrestling season open with Bakersfield College dualing Victor Valley.

Bakersfield defeats Victor Valley, 42-3

125 – double forfeit
133 – Keithen Estrada (BC) winner by fall over Fabian Villegas (VV)
141 – Angel Rosales (BC) winner by major dec over Kris Jones (VV) 13-2
149 – David Ortega (VV) winner by decision over Alexis Becerra (BC) 6-3
157 – Andrew Gomez (BC) winner by forfeit
165 – Adrian Gonzalez (BC) winner by tech fall over Tony Cortez (VV) 22-5
174 – Nevada Torres (BC) winner by tech fall over Kyle Berry (VV) 15-0
184 – Scott Hokit (BC) winner by major decision over Kevin Medrano (VV) 10-2
197 – Jordan Annis (BC) winner by fall over Jared Latham (VV)
285 – Daniel Schoene (BC) winner by fall over Leo Molina (VV)

East LA Opens 2019 With a Win

East Los Angeles Defeats Victor Valley, 51-5

125 – Salvador Alvarez ELAC win by Forfeit
133  – Jesus Soto ELAC – win by fall vs Fabian Villela VVC
141 – Andres Romero ELAC win by fall vs Khryspatrick Jones VVC
149 – David Ortega VVC technical fall vs Jonathan Flores ELAC, 20-4
157 – Josue Aguilar ELAC win by fall vs Ryan Gattis VVC
165 – Jacob Duran ELAC win by Forfeit
174 – Emmanuel Zepeda ELAC win by fall vs Kyle Berry VVC
184 – Carlos Durazo win by fall vs Kevin Medrano VVC
197 – Juan Zapien ELAC win by fall vs Jared Latham VVC
285 – David Aranda def. vs Leo Molina, VVC 3-0

Cerritos Sweeps at the BC Duals

September 14th, 2019

Cerritos College

2019 BC Duals at Bakersfield College – September 14, 2019

Cerritos College 5-0
Cerritos 25 vs Sac City 17
Cerritos 27 vs Bakersfield 15
Cerritos 38 vs West Hills 5
Cerritos 44 vs Victor Valley 9
Cerritos 50 Moorpark 6

Bakersfield College 3-1
Bakersfield 30 vs Sac City 20
Bakersfield 15 vs Cerritos 27
Bakersfield 40 vs Victor Valley 9
Bakersfield 47 vs Moorpark 5

Sacramento City College 3-2
Sac City 31 vs West Hills 21
Sac City 43 vs Moorpark 7
Sac City 49 vs Victor Valley 6
Sac City 20 vs Bakersfield 30
Sac City 17 vs Cerritos 25

West Hills College 2-2
West Hills 30 vs Moorpark 6
West Hills 40 vs Victor Valley 15
West Hills 21 vs Sac City 31
West Hill 5 vs Cerritos 38

Moorpark College 0-4
Moorpark 6 vs West Hills 30
Moorpark 7 vs Sac City 43
Moorpark 5 vs Bakersfield 47
Moorpark 6 vs Cerritos 50

Victor Valley College 0-4
Victor Valley 15 vs West Hills 40
Victor Valley 6 vs Sac City 49
Victor Valley 9 vs Bakersfield 40
Victor Valley 9 vs Cerritos 44

Sac City’s New Head Coach – Marques Gales

Posted May 16, 2019 – Official Site of Sacramento City College

Marques will be coming to Sacramento City College from Trinity College in Hartford, CT, where he has been the Head Wrestling Coach since 2013. He also taught Fitness courses at Trinity and was the Executive Director of the Connecticut Chapter of Beat The Streets Wrestling – a non-profit organization centered on youth wrestling, physical activity, community service and community collaboration. Marques was named as the 2014 NCAA Division III Rookie Head Coach of the Year while at Trinity, coached 3 National Qualifiers, and 6 Scholar All-Americans.

Prior to Trinity, He was an Assistant Coach at Springfield College in Massachusetts, where he coached 6 All-Americans, including a Division III National Champion and received his M.S. in Sport and Exercise Psychology. He received his B.S. in Kinesiology, Physical Education from San Francisco State University, where he was a 2-time Regional Place-winner, Division II National Qualifier, and Scholar All-American. In addition, he received an A.S. from Santa Rosa Junior College, where he was also a 2-time Junior College State Place-winner, Scholar All-American, and Team Captain.  He is a native of Fairfield and attended Armijo HS.

When asked how he felt about being the next Wrestling Coach at Sac City, Marques responded, “I am extremely grateful and excited for the opportunity to become the next Head Wrestling Coach at Sac City. I’d like to thank President Michael Guttierez, Athletic Director Mitch Campbell, Former Head Coach Dave Pacheco, and the rest of the Hiring Committee for believing in my vision for the future of the wrestling program and KHA department. It is an honor to be at the helm of a program with such a storied history and I am looking forward to continually build on the successful foundation set by Coach Pacheco.”

Mission Accomplished – Fresno City College – Team Champions

2018 CACC Team Champions, Fresno City College

Final Brackets

Place Winners

With military-style precision and strength, the Fresno City College Rams captured their 3rd consecutive team title at this year’s CCCAA State Wrestling Championship (hosted by Cerritos College). The Rams placed all 12 wrestlers, including four Champions and three runners up. The march  to their 16th State Team Championship featured team titles at the prestigious Golden Eagle and Santa Ana tournaments.

Head Coach Paul Keysaw and Assistant Coach George Moreno were named Coach and Assistant Coach of the Year.

Coach Keysaw’s thoughts on this year’s campaign, “I am very proud of this team. Sometimes when teams have success they stop working hard. This team worked hard and keep grinding through the end. We competed very well this weekend at the championship. The kids stepped up on the big stage and performed when it mattered most. I have to credit Coach Moreno for his practice plans and getting the guys ready to compete”

2nd Place Team – Sacramento City College

Sacramento City College placed 2nd with 119.5 team points. Head Coach Dave Pacheco assessed his team’s finals performance, “I was excited for my two finalists [Bronson Harmon at 184 and Brian Horn at 197] as they both worked hard to reach the final battle. We went one and one, but both showed true championship form. We are proud of all they accomplished to help our team.”

Palomar and Cerritos rounded out the top four teams. Greg Villoria, competing at 125 for San Joaquin Delta College was named the Outstanding Wrestler. The Manuel Gorrarian Award – Most Falls Least Accumulative Time, went to Steven Abbott (Sacramento City College), with four 1st period falls.

 

Championship finals Match Results

Weight Class 125
Greg Villoria (San Joaquin Delta) 3-0 won by decision over Mario Moreno (Fresno City) 2-1 (Dec 8-2)

Weight Class 133
Isaiah Perez (Fresno City) 3-0 won by decision over Raul Ortiz (Palomar) 2-1 (Dec 9-5)

Weight Class 141
Josh Brown (Cerritos) 3-0 won by major decision over Luis Ramos (Fresno City) 2-1 (MD 10-2)

Weight Class 149
Daniel Ruiz (Fresno City) 3-0 won by decision over Adam Valdez (Mt SAC) 2-1 (Dec 6-5)

Weight Class 157
Luis Vargas (Santa Ana ) 3-0 won by decision over Ruben Garcia (Fresno City) 2-1 (Dec 8-2)

Weight Class 165
Augestine Garcia (Fresno City) 3-0 won by major decision over Mace Anderson (Palomar) 2-1 (MD 12-3)

Weight Class 174
Abner Romero (Fresno City) 3-0 won by decision over Zack Gonzalez (Cerritos) 2-1 (Dec 8-1)

Weight Class 184
Bronson Harmon (Sacramento City) 3-0 won by decision over Jhaylyn Hall (Santa Rosa) 2-1 (Dec 3-2)

Weight Class 197
Anthony Cress (Chabot) 3-0 won by decision over Brian Horn (Sacramento City) 2-1 (Dec 6-3)

Weight Class 285
Cristian Ayala (Mt SAC) 3-0 won in tie breaker – 1 over Cole Mair (Lassen) 2-1 (TB-1 3-2)

Final Team Scores

1 Fresno City 187.0
2 Sacramento City 119.5
3 Palomar 109.0
4 Cerritos 103.5
5 Mt SAC 79.0
6 Bakersfield 53.5
7 Santa Ana 52.5
8 Lassen 52.0
8 Santa Rosa 52.0
10 Skyline 39.5
11 Modesto 32.0
12 Chabot 31.0
13 Sierra 25.0
14 Shasta 22.5
15 Moorpark 21.5
16 San Joaquin Delta 20.5
17 West Hills 18.0
18 Cuesta 17.0
19 Rio Hondo 16.5
20 East Los Angeles 12.0

Fresno City Leads Team Race at CACC State

Paul Keysaw, Head Coach, Fresno City College

Fresno City College heads into the Finals of tonight’s California Community College Wrestling State Championship with the team title secured.

Sacramento City College holds a slim lead over Palomar.

Here are the updated team scores after the Medal Rounds.

2018 California Community College Wrestling State Championship

Team Scores heading into the Finals

1 Fresno City 170.0
2 Sacramento City 115.5
3 Palomar 109.0
4 Cerritos 98.5
5 Mt SAC 75.0
6 Bakersfield 53.5
7 Lassen 52.0
7 Santa Rosa 52.0
9 Santa Ana 48.5
10 Skyline 39.5
11 Modesto 32.0
12 Chabot 27.0
13 Sierra 25.0
14 Shasta 22.5
15 Moorpark 21.5
16 West Hills 18.0
17 Cuesta 17.0
18 Rio Hondo 16.5
18 San Joaquin Delta 16.5
20 East Los Angeles 12.0